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People have been talking about who is going to direct and star in the film adaptation of E.L. James‘ Fifty Shades of Grey for over a year now.
In the first installment of the self-made super hero flick, Hit Girl (Chloë Grace Moretz) advises Kick-Ass (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) to never reveal his identity. Maybe that was the thought process with the graffiti treatment going on in …
Sam Taylor-Johnson is in talks to direct the film adaptation of Robert Goolrick’s bestselling novel A Reliable Wife, reports Deadline Hollywood.
Bafta-nominated actress Anne-Marie Duff is set to return to the Channel 4 hit show Shameless, which launched the career of Duff and her now-husband James McAvoy, as it comes to an end in 2013, reports BBC News.
There’s nothing like starting early. Aaron Johnson just turned 22 last month but he is already married and the father of two young daughters. He also happens to be one of England’s fastest rising male movie stars.
News Roundup: The Beckhams’ Golden Tribute to Harper, Pete Doherty and Carla Bruni Pal Up, and Helen ‘Body of the Year’ Mirren
Y’know that family who’ve just had a new baby and they’re so smitten they can’t stop recording every aspect of their child’s growth? And changing their Facebook profile picture to a picture of the baby?
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Anglo-cinephiles will be spoiled with two major film releases this weekend. First up, there’s the wide release of the John Lennon biopic Nowhere Boy, the feature film debut for artist Sam Taylor-Wood.
Sacha Baron Cohen wants an Oscar, damn it! After years of presenting at various award ceremonies and shocking the audience with gleefully crude antics, the Borat comedian has decided he wants to go for the gold himself.