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Articles Tagged 'Geoffrey Rush'


Geoffrey Rush to Play Albert Einstein in New Series ‘Genius’

TV drama is going through something of a golden age at the moment, so it’s no surprise that every channel wants their own prestige series starring big-name talent. The latest to get in on the act, according to Deadline, is National Geographic. Yep, that channel of mostly nature docs and survival shows has commissioned new anthology series Genius, starting with […]


10 Australian Series You Can Stream Online

Australian actors like Cate Blanchett, Geoffrey Rush, Rose Byrne, and Russell Crowe (just to name a few) play British so well. In addition to these amazing actors, there’s some outstanding programming coming out of Australia. In recognition of Australia Day (January 26), here are ten Aussie imports you can watch online: 1. Kath and Kim You really only […]


WATCH: Geoffrey Rush Stars in Film Made on His Home Turf

In recent years Geoffrey Rush has appeared in Hollywood blockbusters and British period dramas but now he can be seen in a new picture The Eye of the Storm set in his native Australia. The film – which opens today (September 7) – tells the story of the intense relationships between a fading matriarch living […]

British Hopefuls For This Year’s Oscar Nominations

Movie fans will want to wake up early tomorrow. At 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, January 25 (5:30 a.m. for West Coasters), this year’s Academy Award nominations will be announced on a live broadcast. Count on The King’s Speech being named in most of the marquee categories, plus pulling in nominations for costumes and the like. […]

WATCH: 22-Minute Behind-the-Scenes Look at ‘The King’s Speech’

If the Golden Globe and BAFTA nominations are any indication, The King’s Speech will be the movie to beat come Oscar time. (Anglophenia film writer Leah Rozen called the film “a royal treat” and listed it among her top 5 British films of 2010.) Now we’re giving you a chance to watch a 22-minute behind-the-scenes […]

Leah Rozen Review: ‘The King’s Speech’

Anglophenia is excited to welcome renowned movie critic Leah Rozen to cover our weekly film beat. Rozen was the movie critic at People magazine for 13 years, until she decided that seeing six to eight movies weekly was cruel and unusual punishment. She now reviews one movie a week for and writes for the […]