Articles Tagged 'Stephen Daldry'

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The Best of the British Stage, Coming to a Screen Near You

At the Gielgud Theatre in London recently, Helen Mirren took her final bow as Queen Elizabeth II in the play The Audience, which was directed by Stephen Daldrey and written by Peter Morgan. Morgan was also the writer of 2006 film The Queen, for which Mirren won an Oscar in the same role, and the […]

Stephen Daldry: I Know ‘Extremely Loud’ Divides Audiences

Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close opens in UK cinemas this week (Friday, February 17) with two Oscar nominations to its credit and controversy in its wake. Its British director Stephen Daldry has been responding openly to questions about its reception in the U.S., where it has split audiences. ‚ÄúPeople get very angry about it. A […]

Congrats To BBC AMERICA’s Tony-Nominated Stars

The Norman Conquests nabbed seven Tony nominations this morning, including Best Revival of a Play, Best Direction of a Play (Matthew Warchus, also nominated for God of Carnage), and Best Scenic Design of a Play (Rob Howell). And four actors from The Norman Conquests‘ ensemble cast received nominations, and all of those stars will be […]

Kate Winslet Pinch-Hits For the Preggers Nicole Kidman

Kate Winslet has replaced the pregnant Nicole Kidman in the next Stephen Daldry movie. Maybe Nic should get knocked up more often; it gives all those non-publicity-whore actresses a chance to work.(Digital Spy) Musclebound Rhydian does his best Daniel Craig impression, emerging shirtless and bulging from the sea in these very posed-looking paparazzi shots. Speaking […]