SAS hero who received a bravery medal after single-handedly defeating jihadis goes rogue and quits elite More voters are now worried about the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the economy than over the health Hundreds of doctors, nurses and other heroes who worked on the frontline during the coronavirus pandemic Will a vaccine really be the silver bullet we're all praying for?
Give us our money back! Universities face demands to return tuition fees as 3, locked-down students miss UK records 6, new coronavirus cases and 34 deaths - as SAGE scientist predicts fatalities a day next SAGE scientist predicts Britain will record Covid deaths a day within three or four weeks and says the Matt Hancock's new coronavirus track and trace app blocks tens of thousands of users from logging their NHS Police search family home of couple and their two sons in probe into 'extremist who shot' sergeant, 54, in Killed police sergeant had a secret plan to propose to his partner after 'six wonderful years' before he was Game of Thrones star reveals she's expecting her first child with husband Kit Britain can still seal a trade deal with the EU - but only if Brussels 'gets real', chief Brexit negotiator Charlie Hebdo suspect was targeting magazine: Jihadist, 18, said he slashed two journalists with a meat Ad Feature Could turmeric tablets give your pet a new lease of life?
King This idea was invented by a woman! Anna Oh but it's a beautiful idea. And in England we are brought up with it. And by the time a young girl goes to her first dance- King Young girl? A beautiful film with a score I didn't much care for.
Wesley Lovell. Heather Boerner. Walter Lang's screen version is too theatrical but the score by Rodgers and Hammerstein is glorious and the acting by Yul Brynner in his most iconic role and Deborah Kerr is superb, overcoming Marnie Nixon's colorless voice. Emanuel Levy. Frank Swietek.
A chronicle of colonialism that poses itself as an easy-to-dismiss artifact, yet reveals itself to be an enduring statement about why people can't get along.
Walter Chaw. Christopher Null. Top Box Office. More Top Movies Trailers. Certified Fresh Picks. Black Mirror: Season 5. Fargo: Season 3. Into The Dark: Season 2. Game of Thrones: Season 8. Killing Eve: Season 3. Lovecraft Country: Season 1. The Mandalorian: Season 1. Orphan Black: Season 5. Watchmen: Season 1. Certified Fresh Pick. View All. Fall TV Movies Leaving Netflix at the End of September Log in with Facebook. Email address. Log In. First Name. Last Name.
By signing up, you agree to receiving newsletters from Rotten Tomatoes. You may later unsubscribe. They also review the new series of Motherland, and round up all the biggest stories from The Emmys.
Sep 19, Sep 12, Katie's on holiday so it's left to Stevie and Claire to discuss the new series of Top Boy, Sky's doctor drama Temple and Jesy Nelson's forthcoming documentary. Sep 5, We pick out highlights from Toronto and London Film Festivals so you know what everyone will be talking about come awards season.
Stevie's chat with Jessica Chastain is horrifying enough but for fans of scary movies there's also an interview with It Chapter 2 director Andy Muschietti. Aug 29, Plus we discuss the Strictly and Dancing With The Stars lineups, and dissect the latest string of announcements from Disney. Aug 16, Plus the big new comedies we're loving, and we've finally found a festival for Stevie. Oh, and DrunkTaylor was trending. Aug 8, And because we're not quite ready to let Bethany go, find out what she's been doing in the back of a van with Frank Skinner.
Jul 25, They look at the second season of hit Welsh drama Keeping Faith, see what went down at Comic Con and enjoy some memes trolling the Cats trailer. Plus, awards season kicks off with some big Toronto Film Festival announcements. Jul 18, Bond and Big Little Lies squeeze in a mention too.
Jul 12, Stevie embraces his inner lion cub in preparation for the live-action remake of The Lion King. Stranger Things continues to offer mullet-based conundrums for Bethany, and Katie takes a look at Aziz Ansari as he makes his showbiz comeback - with a mixed reception from fans.
Jul 5, Katie, Stevie and Bethany get nostalgic for the s thanks to the third season of Stranger Things and vintage mullets in new Queer Eye. Jul 1, Trailer: Just say "I'm Stevie". Every week, Katie, Claire and Stevie get together to chat about the TV they've been watching, the celebs they've been interviewing and the showbiz news that has kept them busy. Jun 27, Stonewall, Little Mix and Naomi Campbell. Plus, we talk to the cast and crew of Beatles film Yesterday, get possessive over Pride, and revel in the Glastonbury line up.
Jun 14, George Clooney on Amal, Trump and Catch Catch starts on Thursday the 20th of June at 9 on Channel 4. Katie shares the best of the Pinkpop festival, Stevie gets appropriately overexcited about Euphoria and Bethany has a beverage melt-down in the presence of George Clooney. Jun 7, BTS come to London and we listen in to what they had to say before their Wembley gig.
May 31, Backstage at Sundance Film Festival London. Plus all our usual showbiz chat as Love Island returns, Good Omens gets apocalyptic and Fleabag has a European makeover. May 21, Elton John, the Game of Thrones finale, and what to watch next. So that's it. Game of Thrones is all over. After getting up very early in the morning to watch it, Katie, Bethany and Stevie pick over the final episode. Plus: Our guide to the TV you should get hooked on next, and we catch up with the stars of Rocketman.
May 17, Plus, Stevie is avoiding French food in Cannes, and we ask whether criticism of Game of Thrones is justified. May 10, Ever wondered what it would be like if your dad wrote a graphic novel and gave it to you to proof read? If so, this is the bonus edition for you. May 9, May 3, Backstage with Zac Efron and Extremely Wicked cast and crew. The Ted Bundy biopic is in cinemas now, and on Sky Cinema. May 2, Goodbye Avengers, overloading on Taylor and killing with Zac Efron.
Katie, Stevie and Bethany talk Avengers: Endgame but you can switch out for the spoilers , the Bond 25 cast give us some updates, Taylor Swift drops her kaleidoscopic new single and Stormzy gets all political in his. Apr 27, Apr 13, Our full chat with Deborah Frances-White. It was so much fun, we thought we'd put it out in full. Apr 12, Mourning Fleabag, hurting Bear Grylls, and guilty feminism. Plus we're already missing Fleabag, but very excited about Joker. Mar 30, Mar 15, She is also studying Buddhism.
There is a lot of cross-over in the teachings and beliefs of both. Yes, I think so. We exchanged numbers and I messaged her the morning after our date — but then I worried I was coming across as too keen! I was trying to be friendly and easy to talk to. Bethany was really friendly. Would you like us to find you a date? Fancy a posh meal with an eligible single like you? Or would you like to play cupid for someone else? Email your — or their — details and a photo to blinddate dailymail.
The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. Argos AO. Who'll find love on our blind date?
This week it's Eloise, 37, and Bethany, 35, but will romance be on the cards?Sep 19, · Father of Scientology leader David Miscavige says John Travolta turned a blind eye to 'abusive practices' and calls his son a 'corrupt ruler' who banned him .