This might not be a thing. But it would be rather good if it was, and that seems a decent enough reason to mention it, especially after The Hollywood Reporter has gone to such trouble to say that it probably is going to be a thing.
One film getting attention on Sundance’s opening weekend was True Story, in which James Franco plays a man charged with killing his wife and children who’s taken on the identity of a disgraced New York Times journalist.
At a 21 Jump Street event before South By Southwest, Anglophenia’s Jon Sarlin chatted with the film’s men in uniform, Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, about faking British accents in their movies (Jonah does a killer Irish one …
The Brit List’s Asha Leo caught up with two of Hollywood’s hottest current stars — Daniel Radcliffe and Oscar nominee Jonah Hill — on BAFTA’s red carpet.