Rest assured, there aren’t any clips of Broadchurch in this roundup, because we don’t want a moment spoiled if we can help it, but if there were, they would only serve to further illustrate the astonishing transformation …
This post is brought to you by Focus Features’ new film Hyde Park on Hudson, directed by Roger Michell (Notting Hill) and starring Oscar nominees Bill Murray and Laura Linney. In theaters now.
In the new period drama Hyde Park on Hudson, out on Friday (December 7), First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, played by English actress Olivia Williams, wanted the visiting British King and Queen to drop their airs and graces.
British filmmaker Roger Michell has been promoting his film Hyde Park on Hudson while fighting the perception that his picture is a version of The King’s Speech.
The new 1930s period film Hyde Park on Hudson, featuring King George VI, will be screened at the New York Film Festival this weekend amid talk that it is this season’s The King’s Speech.