February 18th, 2012


Girls & Boys

Mr Hiddleston posted this on Twitter this morning and it's so cute, the way the boy is actually star struck and comes over all fanboy with Miss Piggy. It is adorable.

Sorry, I was in sore need to a giggle. Key word being sore. The competing perfumes yesterday sent me tailspinning into such a headache I spent all night and all morning being most unwell. If only they could be persuaded to wear Charlie like that girl on the bus. I have a tolerance for that, at least. Oh yes. I was given a bottle as a gift once, cheap Avon toilet water that it is, a last ditch gift before everyone decided I was most likely to end up driving trucks for a living, probably, and I never really liked it but I must have been trying it on or playing with the bottle or something, I can't remember how, but old fumble fingers, as always, and let me tell you, my old dresser and room reeked of Charlie for two to three years solid. Solid being the opertative word. I remember the Charlie miasma being so thick you could carve it every time you opened the door.
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The Brit(ish) List

(This week: Tom Hiddleston on his best picture double, Michael Fassbender named best actor at Evening Standard Film Awards, Jack Davenport is ready for good time as bad boy, Jonny Lee Miller to play Sherlock Holmes in US series, James McAvoy films Filth in Edinburgh, Rafe Spall to be romantic lead, Rufus Sewell relishing vampire role, Garfield scared of Spider-Man, Matt Smith made patron of Royal Court Young Writers Festival, Dominic Cooper replaces Clive Owen in Cities, Benedict Cumberbatch to star in new Rumpole adaptation, Tom Hardy's massive transformation, Gary Oldman embraces awards season, Lewis nearly turned down Homeland, Daniel Craig in Glencoe filming new movie Skyfall, Henry Cavill In Talks for Great Wall of China Movie, James Corden set for big chance in USA, Eddie Redmayne acquires his very own set of groupies, Simon Pegg chooses palatial LA apartment with old-fashioned wood ceilings, Brian Cox to film TV comedy series in Dundee, Strong in the hunt for bin Laden, Caine tunes up with chart hits, Andrew Lincoln puts accent on drama, Billy Connolly lands dwarf role in The Hobbit, Bloom proud of model wife Kerr, Havers signals rocky Lewis return, John Hurt honoured at Evening Standard awards, Neeson tops Valentine's Day poll, James Purefoy joins Kevin Bacon in Fox serial killer pilot, David Tennant and Kelly Macdonald Walk Up The Aisle for Decoy Bride, Bettany eyes 3D film by Popogrebsky, Bill Nighy attacks Britain's treatment of the elderly, Alan Cumming backs campaign to save Aberfeldy cinema)