Sam Mendes, whose new film 1917 could be picking up a few golden statuettes come Oscar night, is to feature in a new BBC series featuring in-depth interviews with filmmakers.
Sam Mendes has begun the shoot for his new film, starring George McKay, Dean-Charles Chapman, Andrew Scott, Richard Madden, and Benedict Cumberbatch.
Paddy Considine has confirmed he will make his Royal Court Theatre in Jez Butterworth’s latest play, The Ferryman.
The production is being directed by Sam Mendes and has already sold out at the Royal Court where it’s on from April 24 to May 29.
It’s thought producers are now looking for a venue for a West End transfer.
The story is set in rural Derry in 1981, “the Carney farmhouse is a hive of activity with preparations for the annual harvest. A day of hard work on the land and a traditional night of feasting and celebrations lie ahead. But this year they will be interrupted by a visitor…”
Considine will be joined in The Ferryman by Laura Donnelly who previously starred in The River at the Royal Court and Irish actress Genevieve O’Reilly who is best known for her work in the Star Wars franchise as Mon Mothma.
Angie Greaves and I have so much to discuss in this week’s podcast, it’s packed wth great entertainment news including updates on Oprah, REM, Taraji P Henson, Sam Mendes, George Clinton, Demi Moore and lots more!
As the festive season edges ever closer, celebs are busy promoting their new projects – be it films, books or TV projects.
Over the next few weeks London will see everyone from Chris Hemsworth to Eddie Redmayne to Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman meeting their fans.
The run up to Christmas is always a busy time for celebs on the promotional trail, be it for film, music or books.
So here’s a run-down of which stars are out-and-about over the next 10 days.
As the summer draws to a close and autumn fast approaches it’s time to say farewell to the big blockbusters and begin to prepare ourselves for the inevitable slide into awards season.
August to October is always a strange time in cinema as distributors move away from the big tent-pole movies into the more dramatic, kudos-likely fare. But, as always, there are plenty of films that are worth getting excited about.