Tuesday, 27 March 2007

New TV show 'The Wedding Bells'

'The Wedding Bells' is the latest comedy on the Fox network in the US. It is probably more of a chick show as it centres around planning weddings and various amusing situations. I haven't had to chance to see it yet but will check it out soon and report back. Until then take a look at this trustworthy review: 'The Wedding Bells' review.

New TV show 'The Riches'

'The Riches' looks like it may be worth checking out. It is a new FX Network TV show that stars Minnie Driver and Eddie Izzard. The show revolves around a family of con artists. So you can imagine there are a few good laughs. The idea of the show is pretty unique and definitely adds some variety to what is currently available on TV. Here is a great review of the 'The Riches'. The show premiered on March 10 and will be one every Monday at 10 p.m. on FX.

Punk'd to finish this year

It looks like the popular MTV series Punk'd will finish up when the latest season is over. The new series will start in April with a special marathon event, which sounds pretty cool for fans. All of the details about the series can be found here: Punk'd There are some pretty cool celebrities Punk'd in the final series, including Evangeline Lilly and Magic Johnson.

Kirsten Dunst in love

Since meeting Johnny Borrell a couple of weeks about Kirsten Dunst has been inseparable from him. The Razorlight frontman returned to the U.K after the band's U.S tour. After only a couple of days apart it seems like Kirsten Dunst couldn't stand it any longer and took a plane to London to be with him. Get the full story here: Kirsten Dunst follows new love to London

Harry Potter Audio Book

Confirmation has been given about both the U.S. and U.K. versions of the 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' audio books. Both versions will be released on July 21, the same day as the final book. This is another annoucement that is sure to wip us Harry Potter fans into a fever. Here a full news article about it: Harry Potter Audio Book story.

Sunday, 25 March 2007

'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' Page Count Announced

The U.S. publisher of the Harry Potter books has confirmed the total page count of the U.S. edition of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows'. The book will have have 784 pages, making it the second longest in the series. Full details are in this article: 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' page count. Let's just hope ths J K Rowling answers all those questions!

Emma Watson to stay on in Harry Potter films

It has finally been confirmed that Emma Watson will continue in her role as Hermione in the final two Harry Potter films. There were a lot of rumours floating around that she would quit, this is great news for Harry Potter fans. Here is an article all about it: Emma Watson, Harry Potter film story.