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‘Dunkirk’  World Premiere – Red Carpet Arrivals

10 Reasons We’re Falling for ‘Dunkirk’ Star Fionn Whitehead

We know you’re partial to a 10 Reasons We Love list, preferably dedicated to an established Anglo favorite like Helen Mirren, Colin Firth or David Tennant. But here we are with a smouldering newbie, so hot right now (or about to be) that we decided to give him his very own list. Admittedly, we don’t quite know THAT much about Fionn Whitehead, with […]

“DUNKIRK” New York Premiere

WATCH: James D’Arcy on ‘Dunkirk’ Co-Star Harry Styles: ‘He’s REALLY Good in the Film’

Anglophenia’s Tom Brook had a chance to catch up with writer/director Christopher Nolan and the cast of the soon-to-be blockbuster (according to us) film Dunkirk, in theaters today (July 21). Viewers don’t necessarily need to be aware of the Battle of Dunkirk, explains one of the film’s co-stars, Mark Rylance, who you probably know from Wolf Hall. “It’s a […]

“The Circle” Paris Photocall At Hotel Le Bristol In Paris

Will Emma Watson Be Reunited with Her Cherished Lost Rings?

We don’t typically do this, share a call to action, but, hey, if we can help Emma Watson out, we’re going to do it. Emma turned to Facebook earlier this week to reach out to her fandom, and people who were possibly at the Mandarin Oriental Spa in London on Sunday this past weekend, because she accidentally left […]

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Casting News: David Tennant, Mark Gatiss and Emilia Clarke are A Go for ‘Thunderbirds Are Go’

Ooh, this casting news is a triple treat. Not one but three Anglo favorites — David Tennant (Doctor Who), Mark Gatiss (Sherlock) and Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones) — are signing on for Thunderbirds Are Go, the animated reboot of the classic 1960’s puppet series, reports RadioTimes. The original show, featuring delightfully wonky marionettes, kicked off in 1965 and ran […]

‘Imperium’ Premiere – 12th Zurich Film Festival

Daniel Radcliffe Comes to the Aid of Robbing Victim in London

Daniel Radcliffe never ceases to amaze us, but in this case, he may have even surprised himself. It’s being reported by The Evening Standard, the actor consoled a tourist after being attacked by robbers, who were traveling by moped and armed, in Chelsea, London. Unfortunately, the robbers did get away with snatching the man’s bag and not only that, the […]

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10 Reasons We’re Cheering for Lady Macbeth

Lady Macbeth gets a bad rap in William Shakespeare‘s play, named after her husband and simply called Macbeth. Now it’s the Lady’s turn to stand center stage in the new film, named after… her. Lady Macbeth (July 14) and is in fact based on Nikolai Leslov‘s 1865 novella Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District. To be clear, we’re not […]

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WATCH: Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill in First ‘Darkest Hour’ Trailer

Gary Oldman spent 200 hours in the makeup chair transforming into British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and now we get to see footage of him on the eve of WWII in the Darkest Hour. When we meet Oldman as Churchill, he’s only been in office a few days, yet he’s tasked with a history-making decision: should GB negotiate a peace […]

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