Y’all know how I feel about Webster, so it’s a given that I’m going to say, “GO WATCH THIS.” Jonathan Wright directs his first non-Christmas movie for the network, helming a script by Hallmark newcomers Julie Kim and Kariné Marwood. Instead, her TV viewing must be scripted—she’s intensely loyal to actors, writers, and directors and loves comedy, drama, suspense, and sci-fi equally.
Like Asterix’s village in the northwest-corner of Gaul holding out improbably against the Romans, the former wool town remained a study in oblivion, while the surrounding area succumbed to the Kate Moss circus, or the bus loads of groupies wanting a glimpse of Damien Hirst, Liz Hurley or Kate Winslet.Still, one might have thought that “rather sleepy” was what celebrities came down the motorway to find. Presumably anyone famous would regard the lack of autograph hunters as a godsend, even more so, given that the towns and villages in other parts of the Cotswolds have become packed out with the great and the good of Chelsea and Notting Hill.“This part of the Cotswolds is more 'real’ than the film set-style villages in other parts of the county,” explains Julian Archard, head of country houses at Savills in Cheltenham.It appears that Emma Samms will be the GH soap star competing for the coveted Mirrorball Trophy. We have already heard that Olympian Ryan Lochte is on the elite list, even after all the drama and negative press he received while in Rio de Janeiro this past summer.Ralph Macchio, a former contestant on Dancing with the Stars, says it’s ” Do you think Macchio is right?Those in the know – including socialite and novelist Plum Sykes, who rents a house nearby – browsed Painswick’s gem of a fabric shop in peace.