David Oyelowo (Selma, Lee Daniels’ The Butler) stars in the heartbreaking true story Captive, opposite American actress Kate Mara(House of Cards), reports ComingSoon.net.
Selma’s David Oyelowo is now a household name (while still a little hard to pronounce for some) in both the U.K. and the U.
Martin Tyrell, the Harrow school drama teacher who first spotted that Benedict Cumberbatch was very, very good at acting, has been speaking to the Radio Times about his moment of revelation, which occurred when Benedict was just …
Let’s kick off the awards season with some Brit spotting at the 2015 Golden Globes. Some of our favorite British actors were in attendance to accept awards, present awards, rub elbows with their Hollywood counterparts, or just …
Martin Luther King Jr.’s non-violent struggle to secure voting rights is a defining moment in American history, yet in the new film Selma it is told through a cast where the key roles are all played by British actors.
Whatever you may think about Brad Pitt as an actor, or celebrity, you can’t deny his name is easy to get right. It’s just two syllables, with some soft consonants and a long vowel in the first half and a short, sharp …
British actor David Oyelowo, who is portraying civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the forthcoming picture Selma, set in 1965, says being British took some of the weight off.
Note: that’s her full name above, he’s not snogging her with an actual spoon, that would be messy.
What goes with red? That’s the question any number of British stars are asking themselves as they select outfits in which to walk the red carpet during awards season.
British actor David Oyelowo is extremely convincing playing the rebellious son determined to fight for racial equality in the new drama Lee Daniels’ The Butler out on Friday (August 16).