EXCLUSIVE: “You’re popping our cherry,” Colin Firth laughed as I sat down to lunch with him and his production partner Ged Doherty last week at the Four Seasons. He was referring to the fact that he and Doherty have not done any interviews to date about Raindog Films, the production company they founded in 2011. Show More Summary
If Colin Firth signs on, he will play William Weatherall Wilkins; this character serves as president of Fidelity Fiduciary Bank.
Mary Poppins Returns just got even more British. Colin Firth has signed on for the Disney sequel, joining Emily Blunt as the practically perfect nanny and Lin-Manuel Miranda as her lamplighter buddy Jack. Also starring are Meryl Streep, Ben Whishaw, and Emily Mortimer. Show More Summary
Colin Firth is joining the upcoming movie Mary Poppins Returns! The 56-year-old actor will play play William Weatherall Wilkins, president of Fidelity Fiduciary Bank, according to Variety. The cast also includes Emily Blunt, Meryl Streep, Ben Whishaw, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Emily Mortimer. The film takes place 25 years after the original as Michael and Jane [...]
According to Variety, Colin Firth has joined the cast of Mary Poppins Returns, the upcoming Emily Blunt-starring sequel to the original Julie Andrews film—or at least the P.L. Travers book that the original film was based on. The decision...Show More Summary
It was reported earlier today that Colin Firth is close to joining Mary Poppins Returns, which is a fitting project for him. Get the details.
The original "Mary Poppins" is a classic, so it's understandable if you're skeptical about its sequel -- particularly since Julie Andrews isn't reprising her role as the titular character. However, Disney is doing a good job of quashing...Show More Summary
Colin Firth is closing in on the role of William Weatherall Wilkins in 2018's Mary Poppins Returns, according to Variety, and right now you’re probably thinking, “Wait, didn’t I already know Colin Firth was in Mary Poppins?” It’s a fair question, but no, you didn’t know that. He’s just British, ... More »
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The basic plot of Bridget Jones’s Baby, which opened last weekend to a disappointing third-place finish at the U.S. box office, seems simple enough. Bridget (Renée Zellweger) has sex with two men (Colin Firth and Patrick Dempsey) in the span of a week, gets pregnant, and doesn’t know which of her lovers is the father. Show More Summary
Bridget Jones's Baby didn't exactly come together overnight. In fact, much like most sequels that come out more than a decade after the previous installment, the project went through many, many fits and starts before finding itself on solid ground.
I did not expect to get teary-eyed in a press showing of Bridget Jones’s Baby this week, but so help me, there I was, blubbering away as Renée Zellweger’s Bridget, nine months pregnant, got carried wheelbarrow-style by two men through a revolving hospital door.In the new installment, directed by Sharon ... More »
It’s been 12 years since we last saw Renée Zellweger as Bridget Jones, instructing Colin Firth’s Mark Darcy to please propose after two movies’ worth of indecision. When she returns in Bridget Jones’s Baby, the third chapter in the film franchise, our heroine is 43, single again and facing a new predicament: she’s unexpectedly pregnant…
Tom Ford’s 2009 feature A Single Man was a remarkably self-assured film debut, earning star Colin Firth an Oscar nomination, and a healthy level of buzz for whatever Ford made next. Seven years later, that project has finally arrived, with the first teaser for Nocturnal Animals finally seeing the light of day. Show More Summary
The actor has walked a 15 year road with the character, first playing the part in 2001's Bridget Jones's Diary... but it may surprise you to learn that he originally turned the part down.
Kingsman: The Secret Service was an all-around big surprise. It was a surprise in that it made me buy Colin Firth as a badass, it was a surprise in how great the relatively unknown Taron Egerton was, it was a surprise in how amazing of a villain Samuel L. Show More Summary
Lovable klutz Bridget Jones (Renée Zellweger) is back. In "Bridget Jones's Baby", the British heroine is knocked up -- and she doesn't know if the father is long-time flame Mark Darcy (Colin Firth) or recent hook-up/internet dating millionaire Jack (Patrick Dempsey). Show More Summary
In this edition of Sequel Bits: Director Denis Villeneuve talks about making Blade Runner 2 his own. Colin Firth teases his return in Kingsman: The Golden Circle. A Jurassic World exhibition is coming to the United States. How you can watch Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them under the best possible circumstances. Show More Summary
Welcome to Jane’s Addiction, a monthly column on the ever-expanding canon of Austen-inspired art. From adaptations to critical works to re-releases of her novels, our Austenmania goes far, far deeper than Colin Firth as Mr. Darcy dove into that fish pond. You know what we’re talking about. Jane Austen had a gift for delivering brutal assessments of her own […]
After stealing fans' hearts as "McDreamy" Dr. Derek Shepherd on "Grey's Anatomy," Patrick Dempsey now co-stars with Renee Zellweger and Colin Firth in the new film "Bridget Jones's Baby," and tells Savannah Guthrie that "Colin and Renee were wonderful to work with." He also talks about his 11 seasons on "Grey's" and his latest accomplishments on auto racing.