Tag Archives: Alec Guinness

‘Fleming’: 10 Famous Brits Who Were Heroes In World War II

Next Wednesday (January 29 at 10/9c), BBC AMERICA shows the first episode of Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond, a dramatized account of the wartime exploits of Ian Fleming, creator of the most famous British spy in movie history.

‘Downton Abbey’ Stars Celebrate With a Guinness – and, No, It’s Not a Pint

The first studio movie to be shot entirely in sunny Hollywood was In Old California, directed by film pioneer D.W. Griffith, in 1910 for Biograph Studios.

35 Years of ‘Star Wars’: Five Great British Actors in the 1977 Classic

It was exactly 35 years ago today (May 25) that The Force was first with moviegoers. The original Star Wars — titled just plain Star Wars then but now known as Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope — invaded theaters on May ...

Can ‘Tinker, Tailor’ Film Match Success of the 1979 Miniseries?

Remember when you were asked to compare and contrast two books for an English exam back in high school or college? Well, now you can do that in real life, if only for your own edification, with two versions of Tinker, Tailor, Sailor, ...