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According to a report in The Hollywood Reporter, Benedict Cumberbatch is being chased by Warner Bros. to appear as Johnny Depp’s brother in a new crime drama called Black Mass.
Screaming fans greeted him when he arrived on the red carpet for Maps to the Stars, a dark twisted satire of Hollywood from director David Cronenberg. Robert Pattinson plays an aspiring actor and chauffeur.
By Tom Brook | Posted on March 31st, 2014
British actress Felicity Jones has a role in the forthcoming Spider-Man movie but she won’t really talk about it. It’s her first big Hollywood film and it’s been widely reported that she plays a villain.
Guy Pearce (Prometheus) joins Don Cheadle (House of Lies), Gwyneth Paltrow (The Avengers) and Robert Downey Jr. (Sherlock Holmes) in the newly released poster for Iron Man 3.
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.
As we mentioned yesterday, the promotional campaign for Iron Man 3 is getting underway, with Robert Downey Junior pitching battle against Sir Ben Kingsley as The Mandarin. Sir Ben, it is fair to say, can play rotten swine rather ...
Sir Ben Kingsley, yes Ghandi, and Guy Pearce take on Iron Man in the next installment of the Marvel Comics flick. Kingsley and Pearce join the cast as Tony Stark adversaries The Mandarin and Aldrich Killian respectively.
Guy Pearce — who was seen two years ago playing King Edward VIII in The King’s Speech — is back on screen in a vastly different role, portraying a futuristic action hero in the film Lockout, which arrives in cinemas ...
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on January 10th, 2011
If the Golden Globe and BAFTA nominations are any indication, The King’s Speech will be the movie to beat come Oscar time. (Anglophenia film writer Leah Rozen called the film “a royal treat” and listed it among her top ...