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By Brigid Brown | Posted on September 4th, 2014
English director Ridley Scott tackles the story of Moses, played by Christian Bale, and his rise against the Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses (Joel Edgerton) in the forthcoming film Exodus: Gods and Kings, in U.S. theaters on December 12.
Tributes have been pouring in from all walks of British life—including the office of the Prime Minister—for Richard Attenborough, who died on Sunday, aged 90.
Never mind the Billboards, the real trophy-doling fun of the weekend happened on Saturday night, at the British Soap Awards, in which the great, the good and the downright torrid rubbed fake-tanned shoulders and practised the most ...
Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenarys Targaryen in the hugely popular Game of Thrones, will star in The Garden of Last Days, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
Sir Ben Kingsley joins the established cast of the Iron Man series in its third installment, providing a dash of madness playing The Mandarin, reports Examiner.com.
British actress Rebecca Hall (The Awakening, Vicky Cristina Barcelona) plays a lead role in the upcoming Iron Man 3 opposite Robert Downey Jr and Ben Kingsley.
By staff | Posted on January 27th, 2012
Sir Ben Kingsley plays cinema pioneer Georges Méliès in the Oscar-nominated film Hugo. Kingsley discusses the film’s much-beloved director Martin Scorsese in this interview with The Brit List’s Asha Leo.
By Tom Brook | Posted on January 18th, 2012
Asa Butterfield, the 14-year-old British actor who’s been winning effusive praise for his portrayal of the title character in director Martin Scorsese‘s epic Hugo, will re-team with Sir Ben Kingsley in the new film ...
Martin Scorsese’s new 3D children’s epic Hugo is out now with a cast dominated by Brits. An interesting fact given that it’s inspired by a children’s best-seller written by an American author — and set among the French ...
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on October 29th, 2010
Last month, some of Britain's most distinguished thespians — Sir Ian McKellan, Keira Knightley, Saffron Burrows, Rupert Everett and more — descended London’s Prince of Wales Theatre for The People Speak. The UK ...