Britpack

Britpack

(ˈbrɪtˌpæk)
n
1. (Film)
a. a group of young and successful British actors, directors, artists, etc
b. (as modifier): Britpack talent.
2. (Theatre)
a. a group of young and successful British actors, directors, artists, etc
b. (as modifier): Britpack talent.
[C20: a play on bratpack]
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The fight scene took days to film and, after numerous takes from different angles, Gordon revealed the upcoming Britpack stars felt sorry for him.
Owing to the indicated traits, the young writers who constitute the core of this generational cohort have also been called "new brutalists," "new Jacobeans," "theatre of urban ennui" (Sierz 2002), the "new nihilists," and the "Britpack" (Saunders 2002, 5).
sorry, Britpack of Lily Allen and Peaches and Pixie Geldof augmented by It-girl of the moment the impossibly glossy Olivia Palermo, star of MTV's The City reality show.
While Norman threatens to overhaul Old Tom Morris, who won the Open aged 46 years and 99 days in 1867, Ian Poulter propped up the Britpack by finishing four strokes behind Choi.
A source said: "Danny and Guy know each other from the Britpack scene and they've always got on well, so Dan was happy to apologise for any offence taken."
JACK NICKLAUS last night told Luke Donald and the rest of the Britpack to say their prayers before getting to Amen Corner if they want to win the Green Jacket.
No, they booked a band as stand-in headliners that the NME believes are going to become so big that they've put them on their forthcoming Britpack Tour, rated them at number six in their top 50 new bands in the world this year and put their singer on the cover for the cool list before they'd even released a single.
The resignation of Jude Law as a director of Natural Nylon Entertainment, following that of Ewan McGregor last year, signals the end, for now, of the much-hyped Britpack film outfit.
The former Wales soccer captain and Britpack bruiser, whose grandparents hail from Ruthin, last starred in Night At The Golden Eagle and he can next be seen in The Big Bounce later this year.
The title suggested "Move over YBAs," a sentiment addressed to a London media for whom contemporary art is still wholly synonymous with the late Britpack phenomenon.