- Daily MailJul 22 05:36 AM
Every big Hollywood star had to start somewhere - and many chose British TV gems. FEMAIL looks at the big screen actors that honed their skills on small UK television programmes.
- StuffJul 22 07:32 PM
A star-studded movie about the disastrous 1996 Everest expedition that claimed the lives of Kiwi climbing pioneers has been selected for the opening night of the Venice Film Festival.
- The Hollywood Reporter via Yahoo! NewsJul 28 09:00 PM
Kristen Stewart, Michael Keaton, Eddie Redmayne, Tilda Swinton, Ralph Fiennes and Dakota Johnson are among the stars in movies coming to the world’s oldest major film festival.
- The InquisitrJul 08 04:31 PM
Everest, the disaster drama starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Jason Clarke, has been chosen as the opening night film for this year’s Venice Film Festival. Based on true events, Everest tells the story of mountain climbers who find themselves caught in one of the worst snowstorms ever encountered. The script for the film starring Jake Gyllenhaal Jake Gyllenhaal’s Survival Drama ‘Everest’ To Open The...
- The GuardianJul 26 07:00 AM
Five years ago, Sherlock propelled him into the stratosphere. Now he’s photobombing the Oscars and selling out Hamlet a year in advance. Friends and co-stars reveal why the world is wild for Benedict Cumberbatch Twenty years ago, while he was still at school, Benedict Cumberbatch had his first chance to star in Hamlet. But, remembers Harrow drama teacher Martin Tyrell, he decided to concentrate...
- Salon.comJul 17 03:37 PM
Hollywood’s leading women have been increasingly vocal this year about wage gaps, age gaps and fair representation
- Edmonton SunAug 01 07:09 AM
Hollywood foolishly refused to play in the same sandbox with the organizers of the first Toronto International Film Festival, which originally launched as the Festival of Festivals. As a result, the 1976 opening night film at the Ontario Science Centre was a whimsical French romantic comedy called Cousin Cousine.