Terence Stamp, 79, bids farewell to very
Daily MailTerence Stamp, 79, bids farewell to very active sex life | Daily Mail ...Daily MailHe is the silver-screen heartthrob who numbers Julie Christie and Brigitte Bardot among his lovers. But at the age of 79, Terence Stamp is preparing to bid ...and more »
Posted on 9 September 2017 | 5:27 pm
Review: Priscilla Queen Of The Desert, The
The Press, YorkReview: Priscilla Queen Of The Desert, The Musical, York Stage ...The Press, YorkJacob Husband, as Adam, front, Alex Weatherhill, as Bernadette, and Joe Wawrzyniak, as Tick, in York Stage Musicals' Priscilla Queen Of The Desert, The ...and more »
Posted on 8 September 2017 | 7:45 pm
Quad Cinema presents a Roeg's gallery - Film
Film JournalQuad Cinema presents a Roeg's galleryFilm JournalBoth those skills, jointly, created some memorable scenes—most notably, Terence Stamp's sword-swinging seduction of Julie Christie in 1967's Far from the Madding Crowd. Roeg had a quite literal field day photographing the rough, agrarian terrain of ...
Posted on 5 September 2017 | 4:38 pm
Quad Cinema's Nicolas Roeg Retrospective
New York TimesQuad Cinema's Nicolas Roeg Retrospective Highlights a Director's Lens WorkNew York Times4) is a sweeping, picturesque period romance; its intimations of David Lean were offset by the-then-mod appeal of its cast, including Terence Stamp. Also on Monday, Richard Lester's 1968 San Francisco tale of doomed love in San Francisco, “Petulia ...
Posted on 1 September 2017 | 1:01 am
Tuesday's best TV: The Great British Bake
The GuardianTuesday's best TV: The Great British Bake Off; Manchester: 100 Days After the AttackThe GuardianTrigger warning: for any other sitcom, a six-episode retrospective narrated by Terence Stamp might seem a bit much. But John Sullivan's beloved saga of wheeler-dealing and questionable cocktails occupies a special place in the nation's heart. This ...
Posted on 28 August 2017 | 10:00 pm
Watch! First Far from the Madding Crowd clip
A new clip from the Carey Mulligan and Matthias Schoenaerts-starring Far from the Madding Crowd has been released - watch it here.
Posted on 11 April 2015 | 7:32 am
Dorset to hold Far From Madding Crowd
A SPECIAL Dorset premiere of the Far From the Madding Crowd is being held in the heart of Hardy Country.
Posted on 10 April 2015 | 1:36 pm
Jan Wahl Movie Review: ‘Lambert and
KCBS Entertainment Editor Jan Wahl reviews two rock ‘n’ roll documentaries this week; “Lambert & Stamp”, which chronicles two filmmakers that stumbled upon The Who, and "Can't Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police".
Posted on 10 April 2015 | 11:21 am
Jan Wahl Movie Review: ‘Lambert and
KCBS Entertainment Editor Jan Wahl reviews two rock ‘n’ roll documentaries this week; “Lambert & Stamp”, which chronicles two filmmakers that stumbled upon The Who, and "Can't Stop Losing You: Surviving The Police".
Posted on 10 April 2015 | 11:21 am
'Lambert & Stamp' explores the
Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp were polar opposites.
Posted on 4 April 2015 | 6:31 am
Who were “Lambert and Stamp”? Lively
He also was a homosexual in an era when that was kept secret. Stamp, younger brother of actor Terence Stamp, grew up in London’s working-class East End. But the two were onto something. Daltrey says they became The Who’s fifth and six members.
Posted on 25 August 2015 | 6:07 am
Shopping trolley chic... it's Julie Christie
By then she had enjoyed romances with previous co-stars Terence Stamp and Warren Beatty. Although frequently in the limelight then, she has always been averse to the celebrity that came with her success, once describing being famous as ‘like always ...
Posted on 21 August 2015 | 6:51 pm
What Lambert and Stamp really wanted to do was direct. The Who's success was directly attributable to the willfulness of working-class Stamp (brother of actor Terence Stamp) and aristocratic Lambert, the son of composer/conductor Constant Lambert.
Posted on 20 August 2015 | 5:23 pm
Terence Stamp: I was almost killed on set of
The 77-year-old actor was involved in a near-fatal accident involving a horse during the shoot of Bitter Harvest Terence Stamp was involved in a near-death experience on the set of his new film, according to an interview with the actor in the Daily Mail.
Posted on 16 August 2015 | 11:03 pm
Veteran Actor Terence Stamp Escaped
The Superman star, 77, reveals he was wrapping up filming on the George Mendeluk drama in Ukraine when the accident happened, leaving him crushed under the weight of the beast. He tells Britain's Daily Mail newspaper, "My horse had a habit, when I brought ...
Posted on 16 August 2015 | 10:28 am
Designers Start Menswear Season in Paris
Bad boys ruled as designers in Paris kicked off the menswear season on Friday with a nod to rebellious icons. Superbrand Louis Vuitton referenced 1960s screen idols like Alain Delon and Terence Stamp with a sophisticated spring-summer 2007 collection that
Posted on 30 June 2006 | 6:24 pm
Resolved Question: Zod´s Polls: Michael
Posted on 27 August 2016 | 6:54 am
Resolved Question: Are Terence Stamp's
"Terence Stamp was the symbol of ‘Swinging London’ in the Sixties, but says he now feels like an alien in his own country.
‘It’s very sad how few English people there are in London now,’ he tells me at a party in Mayfair, where he lamented what he seems to see as a lack of integration among some immigrants.
‘When I grew up in East London everyone seemed to speak English, and now you can barely get by speaking our own language.’
‘I don’t live in the East any more, but I absolutely love mangoes and so occasionally I go back there to buy these wonderful Alphonso mangoes from the market on Green Street.
'I’m lucky if I can buy one now at all because no one speaks English.
‘It’s changed so much in such a short space of time, that God knows what London will be like in another decade or so.’
He added: ‘You see these mums wandering around with their prams and four out of five of them have these scarves wrapped around their heads. I feel like it’s not London any more; not the one I used to know anyway.
‘I do think a multicultural society can be a good thing, but when it’s at the cost of your own culture and history, then it’s gone too far and it would be very sad if London stopped being predominantly English.’
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Posted on 19 July 2015 | 9:40 pm
Resolved Question: Hi What's Your Favourite
Terence Stamp has made lots of films. Which of his is your favourite?
Mine is either Theorem or Billy Budd; what's yours?
Music lover, good luck!
Posted on 19 June 2014 | 3:01 pm
Open Question: Who did a better Zod, Terence
Posted on 12 November 2013 | 4:16 am
Open Question: Man of Steel: Do you think
I'm watching Superman 2 on TV right now. I love this film. Great superhero film for its time. A classic. That said, I can't wait to see Man of Steel. Watching Superman 2, it got me thinking. Do you think Michael Shannon will be a better General Sod then Terence Stamp?
Posted on 2 June 2013 | 3:15 am