If you were Sir Christopher Lee, you’d do whatever crazy projects took your fancy too, right?
We won’t know until Peter Jackson confirms whether or not he’s going to adapt The Silmarillion if the director’s fourteen-year, six-movie association with the works of J.R.R.
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.
The King’s Speech, the period drama about King George VI’s struggle to overcome a stutter, won seven BAFTAs at yesterday’s ceremony (February 13). Its haul included awards for Best Actor (Colin Firth), Best Supporting …