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Articles Tagged 'Sir Christopher Lee'

25th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards – Arrivals

10 Actors You Won’t Believe Have Never Won an Oscar

The Wife opens in select U.S. theaters tomorrow (August 3), and stars Glenn Close as a woman who questions her choices in life when her husband (Jonathan Pryce) is awarded the Nobel Prize. It’s been getting plenty of buzz since premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival last year, with many critics wondering if it might […]


RIP Sir Christopher Lee: Five of His Greatest Roles

It’s difficult to know where to start with Sir Christopher Lee, who has passed away at the age of 93. Unquestionably one of the U.K.’s greatest screen actors, his imposing physical presence and unique baritone voice meant that just about every role he took on—and there were many—was unforgettable. Born in London in 1922, Lee discovered […]

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Sir Christopher Lee’s Metal Christmas is Upon Us Once More

If you were Sir Christopher Lee, you’d do whatever crazy projects took your fancy too, right? So why not release a festive heavy metal song or two, every year, using the exact same photo to promote it, in an act that is as baffling as it is thrilling? Last year’s “Jingle Hell” charted at #18 […]