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News Roundup: Dominic Cooper Chased By Littering Thugs, Adele’s Country Ambitions, and ‘Sherlock’ Returns in 2012
By staff | Posted on August 4th, 2011
He may play the empirically evil son of Saddam Hussein (and his doppelgänger) in the film The Devil’s Double, but actor Dominic Cooper is no baddie in real life. In fact, he’s so civic-minded that, as a firm opponent of ...
By Tom Brook | Posted on July 29th, 2011
British actor Dominic Cooper isn’t exactly a household name but his new film The Devil’s Double – out today (Friday) – has the potential to transform him into a recognizable star.
Today’s riddle: How can Dominic Cooper appear in three roles in two movies in one month?
By Leah Rozen | Posted on July 22nd, 2011
There has been much press of late about British stars being cast as American superheroes — Henry Cavill as Superman and Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man — but it appears the real story is that it takes an English village to raise these ...
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on April 27th, 2011
In The Devil’s Double, English actor Dominic Cooper (An Education, Tamara Drewe) takes on his most powerful and darkest role yet as Saddam Hussein‘s evil son Uday. He also portrays his assigned body double Latif Yahia.
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on October 14th, 2010
Don't mess with Sir Paul McCartney. The famed ex-Beatle displayed some comical behavior when scoffing at a hasty cyclist near his office in Central London earlier today.
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on October 8th, 2010
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.
Dame Helen Mirren – who has an Oscar, four Emmys, and four BAFTAs to her name – is an acting god to many. Her return to Britain’s National Theatre stage in Jean Racine‘s Phèdre, directed by History ...