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Every year right about this time, handicapping for the Oscars begins. Who will be nominated for an Academy Award? Who will win?
See this hideous visage? This freakishly lumpen fizzog, swollen and diseased with the pustulation of foul aging, a misshapen and pock-marked hag’s satchel of a mug?
All names may be alike for the character but each actress who plays Anna Karenina brings her own distinct interpretation to the role.
The period film Anna Karenina – out today (Friday Nov 16) – based on Tolstoy’s classic novel – marks the third screen collaboration between Keira Knightley, who plays the title role, and director Joe Wright.
This post is brought to you by Focus Features’ bold new vision of the epic story of love, Anna Karenina, starring Keira Knightley and Jude Law and directed by Joe Wright (Atonement, Pride & Prejudice). In select theatres starting …
The UK’s Heat magazine has compiled a list of the ten richest Brits under 30. Oh, to be young, rich and British. Daniel Radcliffe, of infamous Harry Potter fame, tops the list pulling in an estimated £53.
It’s still five months to go, but Oscar predicting is already well underway and in the best actress race Keira Knightley has been marked as a possible contender for playing the title role in a new adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s Anna …
Before she turned 21, Keira Knightley had already been nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress for her role as Elizabeth Bennet in the 2005 movie version of Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice.
For an actress accustomed to doing costume dramas, Keira Knightley found it a relief playing a modern woman in her new film Seeking A Friend for the End of the World (out on June 22) because she didn’t have to spend time getting into …
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