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Posted on 4 March 2018 | 12:39 pm
Why Dunkirk should win the 2018 best picture
The GuardianWhy Dunkirk should win the 2018 best picture OscarThe GuardianIt's fair to say that Dunkirk is not a frontrunner for the best picture Oscar: it contains no showpiece, emotion-arousing acting performances, it eulogises a wartime episode that doesn't really register on US consciousnesses as it does in Britain, and ...'Dunkirk': Fact-Checking the Best Picture Oscar NomineeHollywood ReporterBeat it, Oscar – here are the real movie awardsMinneapolis Star TribuneGet ready for the Oscars by revisiting these past best picture winnersPBS NewsHourDaily Times -National Post -Hillsdale Collegianall 2,150 news articles »
Posted on 2 March 2018 | 5:40 am
Ken, Em and Helena Bonham Carter – the
POPSUGARKen, Em and Helena Bonham Carter – the love triangle that led to Love Actually's most poignant sceneTelegraph.co.ukAround the time that Friends characters Ross Gellar and Rachel Green became a global obsession, two English luvvies became tabloid fodder for the theatre-going classes. But unlike Ross and Rachel, there was no question over whether Kenneth Branagh ...Emma Thompson Love Actually Scene Was About Kenneth Branagh ...POPSUGAREmma Thompson Love Actually Scene Was About Kenneth BranaghPOPSUGAR AustraliaEmma Thompson: real life heartbreak inspired Love Actually ...Radio TimesPOPSUGAR UK -Vogue.com -10,000 Couplesall 13 news articles »
Posted on 1 March 2018 | 3:04 am
Emma Thompson Says 'Love Actually' Crying
SFGateEmma Thompson Says 'Love Actually' Crying Scene Was Inspired by Cheating Ex Kenneth BranaghSFGateHoliday movie staple “Love Actually” has taken on a new dimension now that its star Emma Thompson has revealed that a scene in the 2003 film was inspired by her own real-life turmoil. The scene in question is when her character Karen collapses into ...
Posted on 28 February 2018 | 1:36 pm
21 Things We Learned from Kenneth Branagh's
Film School Rejects21 Things We Learned from Kenneth Branagh's 'Murder on the ...Film School RejectsI've been a fan of Kenneth Branagh's acting for years now having enjoyed him in everything from Dead Again to Dunkirk to his under-appreciated Wallander series, but his directing choices have been a bit more hit (Much Ado About Nothing) and miss ...and more »
Posted on 28 February 2018 | 9:44 am
100 Best Bastards: Iago
We’re here to talk about movies. So what makes Iago one of the all-time greatest cinematic bastards? Kenneth Branagh, that’s what. Shakespeare and Branagh have always gone together like the Super Bowl and Budweiser’s advertising firm, and Branagh’s ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 12:48 pm
The Journey: Colm Meaney set to play Martin
There had previously been speculation that Liam Neeson and Sir Kenneth Branagh were being lined up to play the former first minister and current deputy first minister of Northern Ireland. The producers and director of The Journey are Mark Huffam ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 1:32 am
Michael Coveney: Maggie Smith comes up to
Jamie Lloyd and now Kenneth Branagh. But these are temporary arrangements. And they are not offering all that much for the coach parties. The two Nicks threaten to join the new West End diaspora of the Old Vic under Matthew Warchus, the Almeida under ...
Posted on 26 August 2015 | 6:00 pm
Cult Corner: Check Out A Young Colin Firth
The original 1981 production starred Everett as Guy, and when it transferred to a bigger theater, a young actor named Kenneth Branagh stepped into the role of Tommy. After Everett left the play, Daniel Day-Lewis took over the lead part, and when he left ...
Posted on 25 August 2015 | 6:00 pm
Cinderella, Child 44, A Little Chaos, The
A classic fairytale is told in the old-fashioned way by director Kenneth Branagh and it’s a breath of fresh air. Lily James stars as the girl who goes from rags to riches, swishing about in the appropriate fashion, despite some controversy over her teeny ...
Posted on 25 August 2015 | 2:45 am