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Articles Tagged 'Interview'

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Exclusive Interview: ‘Ordinary Love’ Star Lesley Manville on Working with Liam Neeson, Her Career Boom and Avoiding Twitter

Lesley Manville says she’s noticed a couple “shifts” in her career in recent years. Thanks to her Olivier Award-winning performance in Ibsen‘s Ghosts in London’s West End and the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), and then her Oscar-nominated turn opposite Daniel Day-Lewis in Phantom Thread, her highly acclaimed film, TV, and stage career has gone […]

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The 10 All-Time Funniest Celebrity Interviews

Celebrity interviews are a tricky affair. The stars involved are often midway through a lengthy promotional tour, a long way from home, and not in the mood for laughs or wacky gimmicks, which can lead to some famously tetchy encounters. So it was with considerable relief last week when we saw this hilarious interview with Harrison Ford and […]

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WATCH: ‘Loving’ Star Joel Edgerton on Documenting Social Progress Through Film

Australian actor Joel Edgerton sees Loving, the new biographical film in which he stars, as quite different from a typical civil rights movie. Anglophenia’s Tom Brook caught up with Edgerton at the NYC premiere last week, where the actor said, “There’s something very gentle about it.” It’s a movie which reflects the fortitude of one real-life couple, wed […]

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‘The Girl on the Train’ Cast Isn’t Bothered By the Location Change

Well, of course they aren’t, they’re in the film. You don’t bite the hand that feeds you. But, to be honest, British actor Luke Evans, who portrays Scott (the husband of the missing woman), isn’t all that convincing in his below testimonial regarding the location change in the film adaptation of Paula Hawkins‘ novel The […]

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Interview: Craig Young, CEO of Brits in LA

Every year, thousands of Brits come to Los Angeles looking for their big break. British (and Scottish, Irish and even Welsh) actors seem to do exceptionally well here, but it’s also true to say that the vast majority — even with that James Bond or Sean Connery accent — fall between the high of megabucks […]

WATCH: Interview with Chris Sell, British Founder of New York’s Chip Shop

Anglophenia, Mind the Gap’s mother blog, has been zipping around New York City, interviewing British chefs who have achieved culinary stardom in the the most competitive city on the planet. Recently, they chatted with Chris Sell, who is co-owner (alongside wife Vicki) of Brooklyn’s Park Slope Chip Shop. Founded in 2001, it has become renowned […]

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