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Articles Tagged 'Jonathan Pryce'

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First Look: Sir Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce in ‘The Two Popes’

The first image of Sir Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce in The Two Popes has been released, and it’s definitely intriguing. The upcoming movie is “inspired by” real events, distributor Netflix has said. Hopkins stars as Pope Benedict and Pryce co-stars as Cardinal Bergoglio, a man he doesn’t exactly see eye-to-eye with. In the first […]

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New Trailer: Adam Driver and Jonathan Pryce Star in Terry Gilliam’s Whirlwind ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’

Don Quixote, a 17th century literary figure, is being given a second life with Terry Gilliam writing the knightly figure into his modern day film The Man Who Killed Don Quixote. The first official trailer, starring Adam Driver and Jonathan Pryce, was just released yesterday (February 25): Adam Driver portrays “the man” mentioned in the title. […]

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10 Little-Known Facts About the Real Wolf Hall

This Sunday (April 5), the recent BBC adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall and Bring Out The Bodies comes to PBS, starring Mark Rylance and Damian Lewis. It’s the story of Thomas Cromwell, a lawyer and former mercenary from a poor background who ended up becoming an advisor first to Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, and then […]

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‘Game of Thrones’ to get Teaser Special in February

The wait has been a long one for Game of Thrones fans to get a glimpse of their favorite stars and characters in the upcoming fifth season later in the Spring: but it’s a wait that’s been cut somewhat by the news that a preview special, titled A Day in the Life, will be landing in February. […]

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In Celebration of Dylan Thomas

This week, the world celebrates the centenary of the birth of Dylan Thomas, a poet whose work spoke of universal things and local things, of noble emotions and minor pettiness, of harsh truths and longing sensuality. His is a voice—both on the page and out loud—that is strongly identified with Wales, not least because his […]