"I am completely paranoid that I won’t be able to keep them safe, and I haven’t let anyone leave the house apart from me," Hurley told "Hello!" magazine.
Elizabeth Hurley (The Royals) and Hannah Simone (New Girl) have been tapped as the leads in CBS' semi-autobiographical comedy pilot from Fam creator Corinne Kingsbury. Co-written by Kingsbury and Spider-Man: Homecoming scribes John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, the as-yet-untitled project follows Simone's Penelope, whose career takes off at exactly the same time as her husband's. […]
The English actress told Andy Cohen that Scotland Yard notifies her and the royal when the stalker changes location.
54-year-old Elizabeth Hurley doesn't seem to age, and on Monday night, she revealed the skincare product she's used everyday for 25 years.
Hulu is adding Elizabeth Hurley to the third season of “Marvel’s Runaways” as villain Morgan le Fay.A student of Merlin, Morgan le Fay is considered the greatest sorceress of all time. With a black crow as her familiar and the ability to enchant objects, manipulate mystic energy and astral project, she is powerful and intelligent with a cut-throat wit.“Elizabeth Hurley is joining the Marvel Universe and we couldn’t be more thrilled to have her portraying one of the most enchanting Marvel characters,” Jeph Loeb, executive producer and head of Marvel Television, said.Also Read: With Marvel Studios in Charge of the Disney+ Shows, Marvel TV Turns Focus to HuluAlong with “Runaways,” Marvel TV is set to greatly expand its output on Hulu, with Marvel Studios taking ownership of the Marvel Cinematic Universe spinoffs slated for Disney+. Marvel TV has a four-series (plus a crossover special) animated deal, and a pair of live-action shows featuring Ghost Rider and Helstrom coming up for Hulu.“Marvel’s Runaways” is the story of six diverse teenagers who can barely stand each other but who must unite against a common foe — their parents. “Gossip Girl” and “The O.C.” duo Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage serve as showrunners and executive producers along with Loeb. Fake Empire’s Lis Rowinski serves as producer on the ABC Signature Studios co-production.Hurley most recently starred in E!’s drama series “The Royals.” She is known mostly for her film roles, including the first “Austin Powers” movie and “Bedazzled.”Read original story ‘Runaways’ Adds Elizabeth Hurley as Marvel Villain Morgan le Fay At TheWrap
The 53-year-old British model, actress and beachwear designer posted a photo of herself on Wednesday morning striking a pose in the sand to promote her swimwear line.
The actress beams as she models an embellished bikini from her swimsuit range in the video from her vacation in the Himalayas.
Hurley wore a version of the Versace dress that thrust her into the spotlight for an interview in the April issue of Harper's Bazaar.
Hugh Grant, who once called marriage "unromantic," is getting hitched to the mother of three of his five children, Anna Eberstein.
According to Elizabeth Hurley, her son doesn’t mind her sexy photos — but her critics still take issue with it. On Thursday, Damian Hurley turned 16 and the actress took to Instagram to share a photo of them together. In the image, the teenager wears a silk blazer with a floral pattern while his mother is in a plunging dress with colorful crystal embellishment.
"Thanking God today that I have my nephew [Miles] with us for Easter," Elizabeth wrote. "His knife wound is still oozing blood, but he's alive and we're thankful for that."
"The Royals" star Elizabeth Hurley flew to the U.K. to be with her family and has taken to social media to try to find witnesses to the knife attack on her nephew Miles.
When John Bull wrote “God Save the Queen” in 1619, we’re pretty sure Elizabeth Hurley wasn’t exactly what he had in mind. On E!’s new drama, The Royals, Hurley stars as the bold Queen Helena, who’s as conniving and blunt as she is ridiculously beautiful. “I really think that this was the part she was born to play,” creator Mark Schwahn tells Yahoo TV at the show’s March 9 premiere in NYC, noting that “think Elizabeth Hurley” was how he described the character when he pitched the show to the network.