We’re now only a few days away from the 86th Academy Awards, and as usual, there’s a startling array of dazzling movies, directors, actors and actresses all jostling for position on that podium.
Please be upstanding for the BAFTA Film awards; the big ticket event in the British cinematic calendar, in which British acting talent and the big players from Hollywood come to a gala do in London, to be gently ribbed by Stephen …
These are good times for Steve Coogan. The film Philomena, which he co-produced, co-wrote and stars in opposite Dame Judi Dench, recently picked up four Oscar nominations, including one for his screenplay.
Thanks to the wonderful world of streaming technology, you can watch live next week on your laptop, tablet or smart phone when British funnymen Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon riff about their new film, The Trip to Italy, at the Sundance …
The list of nominations for this year’s BAFTA film awards were announced this morning, and it seems, as with the Golden Globes, that there’s a huge critical consensus around a handful of astonishing performances.
The nominations are in for this year’s crop of Golden Globes, and as you’d expect, the list is dominated by the best of British talent, from Dame Helen Mirren, to Michael Sheen, to Dame Judi Dench. BBC AMERICA earned three …
Former BBC foreign correspondent and one-time British Labour Party spin doctor Martin Sixsmith is getting the big screen treatment with Steve Coogan portraying him in the film Philomena which has just opened in the U.S.
Steve Coogan can be seen appearing opposite Dame Judi Dench in a video which has been credited with getting the MPAA to change the restrictive R rating it had given to forthcoming picture Philomena out next week.
Stars Judi Dench and Steve Coogan, with a little help from the James Bond franchise, won their fight to have the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) lower the rating of their new film, Philomena, from R to PG-13.
After the Motion Picture Association of America gave Philomena, the forthcoming true life drama starring Judi Dench and Steve Coogan, a R rating because of a few off-color words, the two stars took umbrage.