Here’s our first look at British acting royalty in new thriller The Good Liar.
The film sees Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen sharing the big screen for the first time. He plays an aging British con man looking for one last score and she’s a well-off widow he woos through email.
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A round-up of some of the films, TV programmes and theatre events I’m looking forward to in 2019.
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How’s this for a line-up? Kenneth Branagh, Judi Dench and Ian McKellen in a film about William Shakespeare, directed by Branagh.
Here’s the first trailer for All is True.
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Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift, James Corden and Ian McKellen are all reportedly set to star in the big screen version of Cats.
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Dame Helen Mirren and Sir Ian McKellen have both signed on to star in thriller The Good Liar.
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The Chichester production of King Lear starring Sir Ian McKellen looks like it will transfer to London this summer.
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He’s played Gandalf, Magneto and Cogsworth but could a child psychologist attempting to deal with Stewie Griffin be Ian McKellen’s toughest role yet?
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Production is well underway on a new documentary about the career of Sir Ian McKellen.
McKellen: Playing the Part is being directed by Joe Stephenson and follows the also 50-year career of the man who has played Gandalf, Magneto, numerous Shakespearian role and much more.
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Ian McKellen will play King Lear on stage in Chichester later this year.
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Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart will appear together on the big screen once again, for an international cinema broadcast of their play No Man’s Land.
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