There’s been some chatter about Rachel Weisz’s actor husband Daniel Craig‘s recent comments about playing Bond, and since the dust has cleared, it’s probably much ado about nothing.
This might not have box office smash written all over it, but there’s definitely something to the debut English language movie by Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos that demands the attention. Simply put, it’s the cast.
Sir Michael Caine debuted his new film Youth at the 2015 Cannes Festival this past May, and he had some choice words for a member of the press.
Real-life married couple Daniel Craig (Skyfall) and Rachel Weisz (The Bourne Legacy) stepped onto the Broadway stage in Harold Pinter’s Betrayal, which was inspired by Pinter’s seven-year extramarital affair.
Both critically acclaimed, British filmmakers Mike Leigh and Terence Davies, illustrate the human spirit in their narrative films, taking different cinematic approaches.
At long last it’s finally the weekend, which means you have another chance to play Find the Brit at the multiplex. This weekend, you’re sure to be a winner because there are plenty of British actors to be spotted.
Every year, the Oscars provide us with a few jaw-collapsing snubs amongst the predictable, safe nominees.
British actress Rachel Weisz says she has no idea why her portrayal in the film The Deep Blue Sea has brought her significant awards recognition in the U.S. after having had a relatively modest impact in the U.K.
Raise the Union Jack over Manhattan in celebration. The New York Film Critics Circle, the prestigious movie reviewers group based in the Big Apple, picked Brits Daniel Day-Lewis and Rachel Weisz for top acting prizes in its annual …
Every year right about this time, handicapping for the Oscars begins. Who will be nominated for an Academy Award? Who will win?