20th Century Fox has released a BRAND NEW trailer for MISS PEREGRINE’S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN! The film stars Eva Green, Asa Butterfield, Chris O’Dowd, Allison Janney, Rupert Everett, Terence Stamp, Ella Purnell, with Judi Dench and Samuel L. Show More Summary
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Dame Judi Dench and director Stephen Frears are teaming up for Victoria and Abdul. Working Title is producing in association with BBC Films. Focus Features will co-finance and distribute. The screenplay is by Lee Hall, who previously...Show More Summary
There’s a terrific scene in GoldenEye where we are introduced to Judi Dench’s M, James Bond’s first female superior and the first sign that the series has officially moved on from its boys’ club Cold War origins. After Agent 007 wantonly...Show More Summary
Oh, what the heck: Start your week watching British acting royalty, and British royalty, getting into the Bard in these clips from this weekend’s Royal Shakespeare Company extravaganza.
Late last week, Dame Maggie Smith was awarded the Critics’ Circle Award for Services to the Arts. Dame Maggie Smith now joins other legendary actors and actresses such as Dame Judi Dench and Sir Ian McKellen. What’s On Stage reported on the private ceremony and event, posting pictures and a video. The website reported: Accepting...read more!
Dame Judi Dench, a fixture at awards ceremonies whose long list of honors includes seven Academy Award nominations (with one win, for “Shakespeare in Love” in 1999) and 11 Golden Globe nominations (with two wins, for “Mrs. Brown” in 1998...
“No-one has won as many Oliviers for acting since the awards began 40 years ago. As she collected her award she joked that she was ‘livid’ because she had lost a bet with her grandson.”
Ms. Dench won the best supporting actress award for her performance in “The Winter’s Tale,” produced by the Kenneth Branagh Theater Company.
Judi Dench became a record-setting eight-time Olivier Award winner at the annual theatre awards on Sunday night. The 81-year-old actor was awarded the Best Supporting Actress prize for her role opposite Kenneth Branagh in Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale. Show More Summary
Judi Dench now has enough Olivier awards to hold a respectable tea party of metal Laurence Oliviers, if that's what she decides she wants to with her trophies. Dench won a record eighth Olivier — more than any other actor, alive or dead, in the 40-year history of the British... More »
Dame Judi Dench has wooed audiences worldwide with her performances in the James Bond series and The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and proved that she’s still got it by winning an impressive eighth Olivier Award on Sunday. The Guardian reported that the 81-year-old actress won the best supporting actress award for her role as Paulina... Show More Summary
Lin-Manuel Miranda just can’t stop winning awards. The current London production of In the Heights — the Broadway show he conceived, wrote, scored and starred in before doing the same for current musico-historico blockbuster Hamilton — won the Olivier Award Sunday for best score. Show More Summary
Eva Green, Asa Butterfield and Judi Dench are featured in the first images from the Fox adaptation of the bestselling novel.
Nominations for the 40th Olivier Awards, the U.K.’s top dramatic arts awards, were announced today in London.
Naomie Harris waves to fans while leaving the ITV Studios on Monday (February 22) in London, England. The 39-year-old actress is promoting the Blu-ray release of her movie Spectre and she opened up on Twitter about her hope to remain in the film franchise. “Where would you like to see Moneypenny’s [character] go in the [...]
Naomie Harris, aka Moneypenny in the Daniel Craig-era James Bond series of movies, took to a Twitter Q&A to talk about her hopes for her future in the movie franchise.
This generation’s Moneypenny hopes to become a franchise “mainstay.” Read more...
Daniel Radcliffe joined celebrities Dame Judi Dench, Steve Coogan, David Oyelowo, Sir Ian McKellen, Naomie Harris, and James Corden in a new video on behalf of The Great BBC Campaign, defending the BBC against cuts. The video’s slogan is “Don’t let the BBC become a memory. Fight for it”. Radcliffe thanked the BBC for his first role...read more!
On Wednesday, Tonight Show guest John Oliver joined the ranks of Tina Fey, Judi Dench, Josh Gad, and more in sharing a traumatic memory from his past: the story of his worst audition ever. It might be hard to picture Oliver auditioning...Show More Summary