Rege-Jean Page is walking in 007's footsteps. No, the Bridgerton star hasn't been cast as James Bond -- yet -- but he's taking the lead role in The Saint, an adaptation of a 1960s U.K. spy series that once was a Bond-precursor for the late Roger Moore.
Breakout Bridgerton star Regé-Jean Page is finally offering his thoughts on the steamier scenes he had to film for the popular Netflix show. The British-Zimbabwean actor admits he found them a bit "overwhelming." Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter on a roundtable featuring actors such as John Boyega and Chris Rock -- Page broke... Read More.
Attention Bridgerton fans, it turns out that the famous "I burn for you" line wasn't uttered by Regé-Jean Page like so many had thought. It was actually Phoebe Dynevor, aka Daphne Bridgerton, who spoke those memorable words. Page set the record straight while chatting with Variety about the now
Regé-Jean Page had an interesting way of describing his infamous departure from the hit Netflix series Bridgerton. Page, 31, made waves as Simon, the Duke of Hastings, in the show's first season. However, when it was revealed he would not return for a second season, fans were furious and brokenhearted... Read More.
(NOTE LANGUAGE) Umbrella Academy star Elliot Page opened up in a new interview about how much his life has changed since coming out as transgender late last year. Speaking to Vanity Fair on Wednesday, ahead of his upcoming tell-all interview with Oprah, the 34-year-old actor says that, for... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Journalist Susan Page, author of a new biography about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, said the speaker is a "master of the inside game of politics" in a Wednesday interview with ABC’s "Powerhouse Politics" podcast. Page borrowed a phrase from journalist John Bresnahan, formerly... Read More.
While Regé-Jean Page as quick to say his was a one-and-done contract for one season of Netflix's Bridgerton, a source is spilling some behind-the-scenes tea that maybe that wasn't the case. "Regé is not coming back to Bridgerton because of creative differences with [executive producer] Shonda Rhimes and her... Read More.
Bridgerton heartthrob Regé-Jean Page has broken his silence in regards to a bombshell report claiming he was rejected from a potential DC television role because of his race. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the British-Zimbabwean actor had auditioned for the role of Superman's grandfather for... Read More.
(LONDON) -- Fans of Bridgerton are mourning the loss of their Duke of Hastings, played by Regé-Jean Page. Thankfully, those left brokenhearted over Page's departure finally have closure. The British-Zimbabwean actor, who burst into the spotlight by playing the brooding and devastatingly handsome duke, has explained why he exited the... Read More.
(LONDON) -- Sorry, Regé-Jean Page fans: Bridgerton's resident hunk, who plays the Duke of Hastings, will not be back for season two of the binge-worthy Netflix series. The news was revealed via a tweet from, naturally, the show's omniscient society gossip writer, Lady Whistledown. "Dear Readers,... Read More.