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Dame Helen Mirren was asked to reprise her role as Queen Elizabeth II for a comedy scene in her new movie Red 2, but the veteran actress decided it would be a bad idea.
With absolutely no reference to the pregnancy rumors swirling about her, Beyonce posted a handwritten apology to her fans in Antwerp after canceling her May 14 show there.
Dame Helen Mirren has reteamed with the screenwriter of The Queen to reprise her role as Britain's monarch onstage.
Director Danny Boyle kicked off the London 2012 Olympic Games on Friday (27Jul12) with a colourful visual spectacular that included appearances by actor Kenneth Branagh, James Bond star Daniel Craig, author J.K. Rowling and Queen Elizabeth II.
Queen Elizabeth II has helped to set a new Guinness World Record for the largest parade of boats after leading a 1,000-strong fleet along London's River Thames as part of her Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
Actor Geoffrey Rush was left red-faced at a meeting with Queen Elizabeth II on Sunday (23Oct11) after failing to greet the British monarch.
Colin Firth was left red-faced after winning an award for his role in A Single Man because the stutter he perfected for The King's Speech returned as he picked up the trophy.
Actor Liam Neeson was left stunned at the premiere of his latest Chronicles Of Narnia movie after Britain's Queen Elizabeth II showed up to greet the cast.
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