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"It's the queen's diamond jubilee soon!" I recently babbled excitedly to some of my American friends. "Let's have a party like we did for the royal wedding -- I'll provide Union Jack hats and streamers, jugs of Pimm's and a gargantuan amount of chocolate Hobnobs!"

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'Marigold Hotel' defies the naysayers updated: Tue May 29 2012 10:25:00

With ticket sales closing in on $100 million, the surprise hit of the year is "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel," a film about seven English retirees who travel to India to take up residence at the rundown Marigold Hotel, which, according to its misleading brochures, will provide them with inexpensive comfort in their remaining years.

Bullock among many who downplay Oscar bidsupdated: Tue Feb 09 2010 17:02:00

After winning top honors at the Screen Actors Guild Awards and Golden Globes, Sandra Bullock received her first Oscar nomination this year for "The Blind Side." But she's already convinced she's not bringing the little man home.

People.com: Kate Hudson's Harshest Critic - Her 5-Year-Old - Loves Her in Nineupdated: Fri Dec 04 2009 15:00:00

The star tells PEOPLE that the movie musical really impressed son Ryder

People.com: Who's That Girl? It's Jude Law - in Drag!updated: Thu Sep 24 2009 11:26:00

Going glam isn't easy, says the sexy star of his new role as a cross-dressing supermodel

People.com: Penélope Cruz Hit by Food Poisoning in Cannesupdated: Mon May 18 2009 20:09:00

She misses the Nine trailer presentation but has since recovered

People.com: Stars Pay Tribute to Natasha Richardsonupdated: Fri Mar 20 2009 07:46:00

"I cannot imagine a world without her wit, her love, her mischief, her great, great talent and her gift for living," says Ralph Fiennes

Review: 'Quantum of Solace' coldly efficientupdated: Sat Nov 15 2008 10:44:00

"Quantum of Solace," Daniel Craig's second outing as James Bond, begins just minutes after "Casino Royale" ended and sets off at such a furious pace -- a breakneck car chase along hairpin roads -- you half expect 007 to overtake himself and save his lover Vesper Lynd from the soggy Venetian fate that ended "Royale."

Craig on being 'Bond'updated: Sat Nov 15 2008 10:44:00

Actor Daniel Craig talks about filming "Quantum of Solace" and how being 007 has affected him. CNN's Neil Curry reports.

People.com: Princes William & Harry to Join James Bondupdated: Wed Aug 06 2008 18:28:00

Daniel Craig will have royal company at Quantum of Solace's world premiere Oct. 29

People.com: Fergie to Play a Prostitute in the Movie Musical Nineupdated: Wed Jul 30 2008 13:08:00

The singer is "speechless" about getting to work with Daniel Day-Lewis, Nicole Kidman and Penélope Cruz

What Richard Nixon and James Dean had in commonupdated: Mon Jan 28 2008 10:10:00

Being a product of the Delaware school system, I can't help but love Quakers. My middle and junior high schools were located on a Meeting House Lane. Pacifism, abolitionism and tolerance have always seemed like good ideas to me. And I'm a total sucker for Quaker Oats packaging.

The top 10 entertainment stories of 2006updated: Thu Dec 28 2006 13:49:00

CNN.com's top 10 entertainment stories of the year:

Today's Buzz storiesupdated: Tue Dec 26 2006 12:28:00

After spending two months ensconced quietly in an Oregon rehab program, Robin Williams is back making laughs onscreen.

Screen Actors Guild Awardsupdated: Sun Jan 29 2006 22:12:00

A complete list of nominees for the Screen Actors Guild Awards, with Sunday's winners underlined:

showbuzzupdated: Mon Jan 02 2006 15:36:00

Judi Dench says she is no intellectual and never reads plays, just doing them "because someone asked me to."

EW review: A spirited 'Narnia'updated: Fri Dec 09 2005 08:28:00

Alice, down the rabbit hole, tumbled into a Wonderland of vanity and vice -- the real world etched in satirical acid -- and her early-20th-century American counterpart, Dorothy, found Oz, with its surreal yokels and charlatans, to be just as crackpot a place.

Call to scrap British knighthoodsupdated: Tue Jul 13 2004 08:31:00

Britain should stop awarding knighthoods and damehoods within five years and scrap the Order of the British Empire, a committee of lawmakers has recommended.

Fortune: Spinning Stories In The Old Wild Westupdated: Mon May 27 2002 00:01:00

Thomas Eidson is the envy of frustrated novelists with corporate day jobs everywhere. As Fidelity's director of corporate affairs, Eidson is responsible for telling Fidelity's story to the world. B...

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