British author Helen Fielding has announced "Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy" will be published in October.
Matthew Rhys, Anna Maxwell Martin and Matthew Goode are to star in a British television version of P.D. James' book "Death Comes to Pemberley," Deadline said.
Colin Firth and Emma Stone are heading to France this summer to star in filmmaker Woody Allen's new, untitled comedy, producers announced.
The agency for Colin Firth and Emily Blunt denied Friday the British actors were signed to be in a European comedy whodunit film called "Murder Mystery."
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British author Helen Fielding's first Bridget Jones novel since 1999 will be published in the United States in November, publisher Alfred A. Knopf Inc. said.
Jane Austen's House Museum in Chawton, England, has dedicated an exhibition to the author's classic romance "Pride and Prejudice," which turned 200 this week.
British author Helen Fielding says she has started writing a sequel to 1996's "Bridget Jones's Diary" and 1999's "Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason."
U.S. actor Stanley Tucci and British literary agent Felicity Blunt exchanged vows during a formal ceremony in London, weeks after marrying in a civil service.
Annie Lennox's publicist told People.com the Scottish singer married U.S. gynecologist Dr. Mitch Besser in London last weekend.