Some 1 million Brits applied for tickets to watch The Late Late Show with James Corden, which has just finished a successful week in London, with Corden and exec producers Ben Winston and Rob Crabbe telling Deadline how much fun the run in the British capital has been.
Magic Mike Live is finally heading to London after creator and star Channing Tatum revealed the news live on the final of Britain's Got Talent. The high-profile live show, which is based on the 2012 film starring Tatum and Matthew McConaughey and directed by Steven Soderbergh, will land in London in November at the…
UPDATE: London police say they are standing down at a scene of panic Oxford Circus earlier today, with reports of shots fired apparently unfounded. “Additional officers remain on duty in the West End to reassure the public,” the Metropolitan police have tweeted.
There was some confusion as to what exactly happened at O…
Donald Trump this morning took to Twitter to demand ESPN “apologize for untruth,” saying the Disney-owned sports network “is paying a really big price for its politics” and claiming viewers are dumping the network in “RECORD” numbers.
London police are responding to what they termed a “major incident” tonight: a vehicle that ran over numerous pedestrians who had just left a mosque in the Finsbury Park section on the city’s north end. Metropolitan Police said early this morning that one man has died and eight other people were injured.
“As I'm sure you all know, a few days ago … this city was attacked,” Late Late Show host James Corden said in tonight’s new opening for his three nights of programs from London. A previously planned opening was scrubbed after Saturday’s attack at London Bridge that left seven dead.
James Corden is re-doing the opening for this week’s three days of The Late Late Show broadcasts from London in the wake of the weekend attack at London Bridge – a programming change producers Ben Winston and Rob Crabbbe insisted “is no big deal and sounds more impressive in print than it actually is.”
Verizon has dug deep for exclusive streaming rights to an early-season NFL game to be played in London this fall. Terms weren’t revealed, but The Wall Street Journalcites a source that pegs the price tag at $21M for the Week 3 matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars.