Entertainment

Harry Redknapp’s TV show lifts lid on posh Dorset enclave Sandbanks

Laughing all the way to the Sandbanks! Harry Redknapp's TV show lifts the lid on the exclusive enclave where homes are higher priced than Monte CarloFormer Spurs and West Ham manager won I'm A Celebrity just over a year agoHarry is now the 'Sultan of Sandbanks' - the exclusive Dorset enclaveNew ITV show takes you inside his multi-million pound waterside homeWe talk to estate agents from the area By Graham Norwood For The Daily Mail Published: 08:18, 21 February 2020 | Updated: 09:14, 21 February 2020 Sandbanks in Dorset is Britain's most expensive location to buy, with homes that are higher priced than in Monte Carlo and where the parties are glitzier than in St Tropez. Don't take my word for it, ask Harry Redknapp.The former Spurs and West Ham manager, crowned King of the Jungle on I'm A ...

Movie buff claims there are only 10 'types' of posters used to promote Hollywood films

How Hollywood relies on just TEN types of movie posters: Film buff reveals the categories from the 'leaning couple' of rom-coms to 'black and orange' for actionLee Steffen, from Nashville, claimed there were only 10 types of movie postersHe started a Twitter thread which has since received more than 9,000 viewsAmong categories were orange and blue action, blurry cop and leaning coupleBy Bhvishya Patel For Mailonline Published: 08:44, 13 February 2020 | Updated: 16:53, 13 February 2020 An avid film viewer has claimed that the Hollywood film industry routinely uses just 10 'types' of movie posters to promote its masterpieces.Lee Steffen, from Nashville, Tennessee, took to Twitter to share how his findings had led him to his conclusion - admitting there is a bonus category if you include post...

Kirstie and Phil's Love It Or List It: Viewers brand house 'the ugliest they've ever seen'

A couple spent over £80, 000 renovating their house on Kirstie and Phil's Love It Or List It - but viewers branded the exterior the ‘ugliest thing they’ve ever seen.'In last night's episode of the Channel 4 show, Keeley and Terence, from Woodfood, London, told how they bought their three-bed, one bathroom terrace house 11 years ago.However, since then their life significantly changed and they became a family-of-five - and were in desperate need of an extra bedroom.        But while the couple spent a small fortune giving their house a much-needed layout shakeup, those who tuned in were left questioning why they did the bare minimum to change the black cladding exterior. 'They may have created a lot more space and got a modern kitchen etc but the front of the house is dreadful. All that bla...

Call The Midwife’s Charlotte Ritchie stars in new BBC1 comedy Ghosts

From Fleabag to Car Share, the biggest comedy hits of the last few years have all been tinged with a darkness verging on tragedy.  There’s a certain irony, then, that one of the silliest and lightest comedies to premiere on BBC1 in years is about dead people. Created by the team behind hit children’s show Horrible Histories, Ghosts is the laugh-out-loud story of what you might call the houseshare from hell – where the spooks stuck together in a crumbling old stately home, who all died on the premises, have been there for centuries with no way out.  ‘We came up with this idea of a haunted house and we realised the boredom of eternity and the existential aspects of being a ghost were unique and that their stories could actually be really petty,’ says Mathew Baynton, the Wrong Mans star who c...

BBC2 show reveals Oscar Wilde was hands-on father who doted on his sons

There’s no doubt that if he were alive today, Oscar Wilde would be a glittering star of social media.  Provocative, intellectual, dazzlingly witty, he’d have followers clamouring to ‘like’ his posts, while his detractors would be aiming online barbs – or worse – at him.  After all, as Oscar himself once remarked, ‘There’s only one thing in the world worse than being talked about, and that’s not being talked about.’ And here he is, nearly 120 years after his death, being talked about again, this time in a brilliant 90-minute BBC2 documentary, The Importance Of Being Oscar.  A new documentary shows that the Irish poet, playwright and novelist Oscar Wilde, pictured, was a doting father who would play nursery games with his two sons Cyril and Vyvyan The facts of his life – the triumphs, the co...