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By Brigid Brown | Posted on November 8th, 2013
At one point, comedic-actor Sacha Baron Cohen was banned from high profile events because of his brash antics and pranks. But, this time around, he is an honoree at the Britannia Awards, taking place on Saturday, November 9 (airing on ...
By Brigid Brown | Posted on May 16th, 2013
English actor Asa Butterfield, 16, the lead actor in Martin Scorsese’s Oscar-winning Hugo, will team up with Hugo co-star Chloe Mortez, 16, (Kick Ass) in The White Circus.
By staff | Posted on January 29th, 2012
Actress Chloë Grace Moretz says she employed some sneaky tactics to convince Martin Scorsese to cast her as a Brit in Hugo. She talks The Brit List’s Asha Leo.
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 Leah Rozen | Posted on November 25th, 2011
Two of America’s greatest living film directors are going British this holiday season. Both Martin Scorsese and Steven Spielberg have shot their new movies in England.
By Tom Brook | Posted on November 24th, 2011
Martin Scorsese’s new film Hugo relies heavily on the talents of 14-year-old British actor Asa Butterfield who, as the title character, appears in virtually every scene.