Kirsty Wallace

Kirsty Wallace is the Chief Managing Editor for 4 Your Excitement and previously worked at Popwrapped as a Content Editor. Kirsty has been writing in secret ever since High School however has recently decided to share her ramblings with the world.When not writing about all things culture especially Doctor Who, Glee, Theatre and Literature; she can be found working as a Personal Assistant and Administrator.

This Is What It Sounds Like When Doves Cry: Musician Prince Has Died

There is no doubt that 2016 has been a terrible year for losing amazingly talented artists and we are only in April. Today the entertainment world has been rocked at the news that the singer Prince has died suddenly at the age of 57.  The singer was found at his Minnesota home after suffering from flu like symptoms for a number of weeks. Prince was a master of music and his solo work and that with New Power Generation was the sound of many people’s lives (mine is no exception).  

CBS To Investigate The Story Of JonBenét Ramsey In New Crime Series

Crime series have always been the mainstay of primetime television schedule on both sides of the Atlantic, but it seems like TV network bosses have definitely got the true life crime bug for the 2016-2017 season. Fresh from FX’s success with Ryan Murphy’s American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson and with a second season centering on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the news that NBC will be adding a new series to the Law & Order franchise which will feature the story of the Menendez Brothers.

New Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them Trailer Is Here And It’s Magical

Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them is one of the most eagerly anticipated movies of 2016, and the new trailer released by Warner Bros. last night during the MTV Movie Awards showed fans of all things Harry Potter that we are in for an interesting journey. The new trailer for the movie, which is released in November, shows Newt Scamander (played by Eddie Redmayne) making his arrival in New York and shows us all our first proper look at the American Wizarding World.

MTV Movie Awards Drop New Captain America: Civil War Teaser Clip

Last night at the annual MTV Movie Awards we were treated to a clip from the upcoming Marvel release Captain America: Civil War. The scene showed Captain America (Chris Evans), Falcon (Anthony Mackie), and Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) taking down a number of what we can only presume are Crossbones’ (Frank Grillo) henchmen. That’s right we get our first proper, but quick, look at Crossbones.

Let’s Take A Look Behind The Scenes Of Kong: Skull Island

Thanks to the MTV Movie Awards, last night we got a look behind the scenes of the eagerly anticipated movie. Kong: Skull Island is produced by Legendary Pictures, and starring Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, John Goodman, and Oscar winner Brie Larson. The movie tells the story of how the legendary King Kong was discovered. Larson plays Weaver, who is a peace-seeking photojournalist, and Hiddleston plays Captain James Conrad, a former British Special Air Service officer.

Law & Order To Tell The Story Of The Menendez Brothers In New Series

With the season finale of American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson having just aired on FX this week, and a second season already in the works, it appears that the networks are keen to dramatise more of the crimes that have grabbed the headlines. TVLine have reported that NBC have ordered Dick Wolf and his Law & Order team to write a new eight episode series Law & Order: True Crimes.

The 40th Olivier Awards Gave Us Record Breakers As Winners Were Announced

Last night was the biggest night in the West End, as the 40th Olivier Awards were held at London’s Royal Opera House. The event was hosted by musical theatre star Michael Ball, and with a beautiful performance from nominee Cyndi Lauper it truly was a fantastic ceremony. It has been an incredibly strong twelve months for the West End with so many wonderful new productions, which makes for a fabulous occasion as all awarded categories were full of so many amazing works and people.

Readers To Join “The Author’s Odyssey” For The Fifth Installment Of The Land Of Stories

Bookhuggers rejoice! The long wait for the title and book cover of Chris Colfer’s New York Times bestselling book series The Land of Stories has seen released. The news was released by Entertainment Weekly earlier today and based on the cover it seems fans will be taken on quite the journey when The Land of Stories: The Author’s Odyssey is released on July 12.

Bridget Jones Is Back With The Pitter Patter of Tiny Feet

It is hard to believe that it has been twelve years since we last saw Bridget Jones on the big screen in Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason. Well the wait is over and we have the first trailer of the upcoming release of Bridget Jones’s Baby which sees Bridget back to her best.  Her love life is just as complicated as ever, and this time we have the extra complication of a good old case of “Who’s the daddy?”

Gypsy And Kinky Boots Lead The Pack For 2016 Olivier Award Nominations

The Olivier Awards are the crowning glory in the year for London theatre, where the best of the West End is celebrated. The nominations for the 2016 ceremony, which will take place at London’s Royal Opera House on April 3 and marks the 40th year for the awards, were announced today by West End stars Michael Ball and Imelda Staunton. The pair who starred together in Sweeney Todd made the announcement at London’s Rosewood Hotel. 

HBO Renew New Series Vinyl For A Second Season

The new HBO series Vinyl has only aired two episodes, but it seems the network has another success on its hands and there will be another season to look forward to; as it has been announced that the drama has been picked up for a second season. The series, which stars Bobby Cannavale as record label boss Richie Finestra, tells the story of a 1970s New York record label and it is definitely full of sex, drugs, and rock and roll.  

Meryl Streep To Play “The World’s Worst Singer” In New Movie Florence Foster Jenkins

We all know that Meryl Streep can definitely hold a tune, after all she starred in the movie version of hit stage show Mamma Mia, however for her new movie she is definitely singing a different tune. Florence Foster Jenkins, directed by Stephen Frears (Philomena, The Queen) tells the true story of a New York heiress who will stop at nothing to fulfil her dream of becoming a world famous singer.
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