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Articles Tagged 'Daniel Day-Lewis'

Actor Tom Hardy attends the premiere of FX’s “Taboo” at DGA Theater on January 9, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.

10 Actors Who Keep Us on Our Toes with Their Chameleon-Like Transformations

Tom Hardy is as versatile an actor as they come, playing the tattooed, 19th-century adventurer James Delaney in Taboo (2017), Bane in The Dark Knight Rises (2012), and tousle-haired spy Ricki Tarr in Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011). His two most recent transformations, though, are next-level impressive. For Venom, he turns into a murderous “symbiote” with […]

Pop legend Elton John on Wednesday announced a final tour, saying he intends to stop traveling to spend more time with his family. The 70-year-old British entertainer, revealing his plans at a gala New York event, said he planned to “go out with a bang” with a global tour that may last several years.  / AFP PHOTO / TIMOTHY A. CLARY

10 Stars Who Came Out of Retirement

This month has seen a couple of musical behemoths announce their retirement: first Neil Diamond, then Elton John, who revealed last week his next tour will be his last. At first we were a little heartbroken at the news, but then we remembered all the stars who’ve threatened not to work again, only to return a few years later. Below is […]


Daniel Day-Lewis Reveals Why ‘Phantom Thread’ Will Be His Last Film

Sir Daniel Day-Lewis has spoken publicly for the first time about his decision to quit acting — first announced back in June — saying the making of his latest film left him “overwhelmed” with sadness. “I haven’t figured it out,” he told W magazine. “But it’s settled on me, and it’s just there. […] [It] happened during the telling of the story, and […]

Actor Daniel Day-Lewis arrives at the Oscars at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 24, 2013 in Hollywood, California.

Fans Respond with Shock to News that Daniel Day-Lewis Has Quit Acting

Sir Daniel Day-Lewis surprised everyone yesterday (June 20) by announcing that Phantom Thread, his next collaboration with There Will Be Blood director Paul Thomas Anderson, would be his final film. The 60-year-old actor made the statement through his agent Leslee Dart, who told Variety that as of now Daniel “will no longer be working as an actor.” Wait, what? Is […]

Daniel Day-Lewis attends Arthur Miller – One Night 100 Years Benefit at Lyceum Theatre on January 25, 2016 in New York City.

First Look: Daniel Day-Lewis Spotted on Set of His First Film in Five Years

Acting legend Sir Daniel Day-Lewis is an elusive beast, making movies that are few and far between, and rarely glimpsed, even in his natural habitat: London. Last weekend, though, he was spotted in Whitby — a seaside town on the north-east coast of England, made famous by Irish author Bram Stoker, who used it as the setting for his gothic […]

Actor Daniel Day-Lewis arrives at the Oscars at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 24, 2013 in Hollywood, California.

Daniel Day-Lewis Reunites with ‘There Will Be Blood’ Director

Some exciting news from Tinseltown: Variety is reporting that Daniel Day-Lewis and director Paul Thomas Anderson are working together again on a project set in the New York fashion world in the 1950s. The as-yet-untitled movie marks the Oscar-winning actor’s first role since 2012’s Lincoln, which bagged him his third (that’s right: third) Best Actor Oscar, after There […]

‘Romeo And Juliet’ Premiere  – The 8th Rome Film Festival

Movember Snapshot: 10 British Actors Sporting Moustaches

It’s November and you know what that means: men donning moustaches worldwide in the name of prostate cancer awareness. While some of our favorite Brits might be sprouting whiskers in support of the cause, warming their upper lip for a role, or wearing a lip wig as a fashion statement, it’s a bit of fun to take a […]

Dame Maggie Smith, John Barrowman and Daniel Day Lewis

Daniel Day-Lewis, Maggie Smith and John Barrowman Honored by the Queen

The Queen’s Birthday Honours List was announced yesterday, and it seems we have a new theatrical sir to add to an already enormously impressive list. Daniel Day-Lewis is to receive a knighthood, putting the three-time Oscar winner on a par with Sirs Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen and Kenneth Branagh. He is one of 1,149 people […]

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