Hugh Grant, Kristin Scott-Thomas and Allison Janney will each be the subject of BAFTA’s A Life In Pictures in the run-up to Christmas.
Ben Whishaw, Hugh Bonneville and Hugh Grant have all been confirmed to attend the world premiere of Paddington 2.
A whole heap of new character posters have been released to promote the forthcoming Paddington 2.
Paddington is back in a brand new trailer for his latest film.
Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw star in a new drama set in the 1960s when homosexuality had just been decriminalised.
Grant plays Liberal party Jeremy Thorpe who was put on trial for conspiracy to commit murder of his former lover Norman Scott, played by Whishaw.
Yesterday I was lucky enough to go along to a screening of some footage from Paddington 2.
The event was introduced by Hugh Bonneville, aka Mr Brown, and featured four clips from the new film.
As always, any sequel to a film that you loved first time round always involves a bit of trepidation. Can they capture the magic again?
Well I’m glad to say that from the footage I saw yesterday, writer/director Paul King certainly has.
Everyone’s favourite marmalade sandwich-loving bear is back in the trailer for Paddington 2, due in UK cinemas this November.
Hugh Grant is returning to TV for the first time since the 1990s.
He’s starring in BBC One drama A Very English Scandal.
BAFTA have announced the list of guests expected at this year’s Film Awards.
Jimmy Fallon hosts the 74th Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday night.
Meryl Streep is being honoured with the Cecil B DeMille Award.
Here’s who’ll be taking to the stage to present this year’s awards: