Aaron Sorkin’s Broadway adaptation of To Kill A Mockingbird is reportedly on its way to London.
Could it really, finally be happening?
Is there really going to be a reboot of the greatest TV series of all time?
Richard Schiff has revealed he’s spoken to series creator Aaron Sorkin about a bringing the show back.
The list of presenters and guests for this year’s BAFTA Film Awards has been revealed.
This year’s ceremony sees Joanna Lumley take over presenting duties.
Last night I went along to BAFTA for their Life in Pictures event with Allison Janney.
Having already scored Golden Globe and SAG nominations for her work in I Tonya, Janney charmed the members of BAFTA with stories from her career.
The event also included questions from the audience, which is when I told her my suggestion for the plot of The West Wing reboot/revival.
The West Wing creator (all all-round genius), Aaron Sorkin has revealed he has come up with an idea as to how the show could return to our screens.
This week Angie Greaves and I are discussing who you can expect to see at Cannes, The Simpsons go live, Idris Elba’s new film and Oprah’s latest role.
If you’re a regular reader of this site you’ll know I always try and mark any holiday with a clip from my favourite TV show, The West Wing.
The line-up of guests for this Sunday’s British Academy Film Awards have been confirmed.
Aaron Sorkin is to adapt Harper Lee’s classic To Kill A Mockingbird for a Broadway run in 2017.
It’s the annual Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts and Sciences’ Governor’s Awards on Hollywood on Saturday where the heat and the good come out to celebrate those who are receiving special awards – and begin their own trail to the Oscars ceremony in February.