It’s always nice to be recognised for what you do, even if the item of recognition is a little baffling in and of itself. Take Dame Judi Dench, who has been awarded the Freedom of the City of London for her services to acting.
Hollywood is addicted to the British.
While much has been written of late about all the comic book superhero roles being nabbed by English or Commonwealth-born actors, it’s the casting of supporting roles in blockbuster film series that is really keeping talented Brits …
Size – make that length – doesn’t matter to Dame Judi Dench. The English actress, 76, shows up for a mere minute, at most, in one of the funniest scenes in The Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, the fourth chapter in the …
Earlier this week we reported that the 23rd James Bond film is officially back in action and slated to hit theaters in November 2012. Now, we patiently await for the star-studded cast to take shape as Daniel Craig finally returns to work. But according The Daily Mirror, Michael Sheen might be joining him on set.
The Playlist reports that Dame Judi Dench has signed on for Clint Eastwood‘s forthcoming biopic on the United States’ first FBI director, J. Edgar Hoover.
In a reader’s poll conducted by The Stage, Dame Judi Dench has been voted the “greatest stage actor of all time”.
Three years ago, inspiring opera singer Paul Potts charmed the hearts of Britain's Got Talent with his stunning rendition of "Nessun dorma" from Puccini's Turandot. Judge Amanda Holden was brought to tears, while Simon Cowell …
Mia Wasikowska, Michael Fassbender
The fourth Pirates of the Caribbean is really shaping up nicely. Keith Richards will reprise his role as Captain Teague, while British actor Stephen Graham will make his Pirates debut as the glass-eyed funnyman Scram.