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In the middle of his road trip across America, British filmmaker James Coulson decided he’d seen enough—and applied for U.S. …Read Now
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Join us in singing a noisy chorus of “Happy Birthday” to London-born actor Dev Patel, who reaches the advanced age of 24 today (April 23).
Film director Danny Boyle has some definite ideas about where Britain stands in the modern cultural universe.
Freida Pinto — who shot to fame three years ago for her small role in the Oscar winning Slumdog Millionaire — would like to make another film with Dev Patel, her co-star from the movie and real-life romantic partner.
OK, how big of a hero must former Skins star Dev Patel be to gangly, awkward dudes around the globe? He successfully woos one of the most beautiful women on the planet while starring in Oscar’s Best Picture.
Remember when Dev Patel (Anwar from Skins) denied he was dating his Slumdog Millionaire co-star Freida Pinto? Well, either he wasn’t being quite honest with us, or love has blossomed in the interim.
I’m sure most people would have guessed Nicholas Hoult would become the most successful Skins alum. He already had a huge film role as a child opposite Hugh Grant in About a Boy, and he had grown into quite the dishy, …
A year ago, he was known to a small group of fans as horny Muslim teenager Anwar on Skins. Fast-forward to 2009, and Dev Patel is the face of the biggest film on the planet.
Dev Patel, who is now one of the most sought-after young stars in Hollywood, dismisses his performance as horndog Anwar in Skins: “I didn’t really know what I was doing in that. I had to learn to pitch my performance to the …
The BAFTA Film Award nominations were announced today, and for the most part, the nominees were predictable. Slumdog Millionaire and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button both received a field-leading 11 nominations, and lo and behold, …