We last saw Sir Ben Kingsley in 2014’s Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb. He makes his return to the big screen in the technological thriller Self/less, premiering today (July 10).
Sir Ben Kingsley
2014 was a pretty good year for British stars at the box office, from James McAvoy and Patrick Stewart in X-Men, to Rosamund Pike in Gone Girl, to Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley in The Imitation Game. But that’s all …
The third installment of Night at the Museum, Secret of the Tomb, is led by American actor Ben Stiller, but our British friends are on deck to fill in the gaps with their supporting roles.
The Night at the Museum films have, despite being vehicles for Ben Stiller, always had something of a strong British connection, thanks largely to the presence of Ricky Gervais and Steve Coogan in supporting roles in both movies so …
See this picture? You may as well get used to it because scenes like these, where a bunch of celebrities cramfacedly squish together in front of a smartphone screen are going to be a red carpet staple for the rest of the year.
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Sir Ben Kingsley (Ender’s Game) is good at a lot of things but secret keeping may not be one of them. Alas, we’re not complaining.
Students of Westminster Academy, in London, England, had no idea what they were signing up for when putting their name down for an after-school lecture. Sir Ben Kingsley and Ender’s Game co-stars actors Harrison Ford, Asa Butterfield …
Sir Ben Kingsley should watch out. He’s famous for playing grumpy men (Hugo), stoic men (Schindler’s List) and unbelieveably terrifying men (Sexy Beast).
Sir Ben Kingsley joins the established cast of the Iron Man series in its third installment, providing a dash of madness playing The Mandarin, reports Examiner.com.