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Articles Tagged 'Biopic'

2015 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Graydon Carter – Arrivals

Six-Part TV Series Being Made About Joan and Jackie Collins’ Lives

Joan and her late sister Jackie Collins are getting a biopic series, based on their lives, reports Deadline. The story will start long before the Dynasty star’s famous shoulder-padded days, beginning when the women were just teenage girls living in post-war London. But, if you are keen to learn how the two made their way to […]

Premiere Of Bleecker Street Media’s “Papillon” – Red Carpet

Co-Stars Rami Malek and Charlie Hunnam Talk About Escape Film ‘Papillon’: ‘Somewhat of a Love Story’

The autobiographical novel Papillon, published in France in 1969, is about two prisoners working together to escape a penal colony in Guiana, South America. French safecracker Henri “Papillon” Charrière wrote the fictionalized memoir while incarcerated. Charlie Hunnam is set to take on the title role, with Rami Malek starring as his fellow inmate, counterfeiter Louis Dega. Hunnam, Malek […]

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WATCH: Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill in First ‘Darkest Hour’ Trailer

Gary Oldman spent 200 hours in the makeup chair transforming into British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and now we get to see footage of him on the eve of WWII in the Darkest Hour. When we meet Oldman as Churchill, he’s only been in office a few days, yet he’s tasked with a history-making decision: should GB negotiate a peace […]

WSJ. Magazine 2016 Innovator Awards – Arrivals

Casting News: Colin Firth Set to Take the Lead in Political Thriller ‘Benjamin’s Crossing’

Colin Firth is re-teaming with director Pat O’Connor — who directed the British actor in the 1987 film A Month in the Country — for a movie charting the last few months of essayist Walter Benjamin‘s life, based on the novel Benjamin’s Crossing, reports Deadline. Benjamin (Firth) may not be a household name per se, but was a well-known philosopher, intellect […]

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