Judi Dench, Dame Commander of the British Empire, is truly living up to her knighthood. Being a chivalrous celebrity and thespian, Judi Dench has always strived for the welfare of aspiring actors who seek to establish themselves successfully in the British theater. Show More Summary
LONDON — Stop what you're doing immediately. Cara Delevingne has a new tattoo and it is kinda hypnotic. SEE ALSO: Judi Dench got her first tattoo at the age of 81, and here's what it looks like The star went to celebrity tattoo spot...Show More Summary
Looks like the upcoming remake of Murder on the Orient Express has picked up some pretty solid A-list passengers. Daisy Ridley, Judi Dench, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Michael Pena are all hopping on board for the modern remake of the classic Agatha Christie story.
Director Kenneth Branagh seemed to have his work cut out for him when it came to casting his Murder on the Orient Express remake. Sidney Lumet’s 1974 version was a star-studded affair, featuring Albert Finney, Lauren Bacall, Ingrid Bergman,...Show More Summary
Michelle Pfeiffer, Daisy Ridley, Michael Pena and Dame Judi Dench will also star The post Johnny Depp and More Join Murder on the Orient Express appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The impossible casting could not have happened, therefore the impossible casting must be possible in spite of appearances. As first reported by The Hollywood Reporter, the glamorous quintet of Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Daisy Ridley, Michael Peña, and Judi Dench have joined the upcoming Kenneth Branagh–directed remake of Agatha Christie's ... More »
Johnny Depp is in talks to star in the upcoming adaptation of Agatha Christie‘s Murder on the Orient Express! According to THR, Leslie Odom Jr., Daisy Ridley, Michelle Pfeiffer, Michael Pena, and Judy Dench are also in the cast. In case you’re unfamiliar, the story “centers on special detective Hercule Poirot (Kenneth Branagh, also the [...]
Oh, how we've missed her.
If you're still reeling from the stunning first season of Fleabag and looking for another British comedy to fill the void, Tracey Ullman is back, baby! And you bet she's here to dole out her finest, wackiest impressions for Tracey Ullman's Show, which include the likes of Judi Dench keying ... More »
EXCLUSIVE: Focus Features will release Stephen Frears’ Victoria and Abdul — the film that reunites the director with his Philomena star Judi Dench — on Sept. 22, 2017 in a limited run and then rolling it out the following weekend. The...Show More Summary
Cate Blanchett, the Australian actress, is a versatile celebrity who is known to play multifarious characters. Throughout the course of her career, Cate Blanchett has been constantly changing her looks to not only suit her on-screen character but also to experiment with different types of hairstyles, hair colors, and makeup in real life. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE– Bollywood actor Ali Fazal (Happy Bhaag Jayegi, Furious 7) has boarded Stephen Frears’ Victoria and Abdul opposite the previously announced Judi Dench in the Working Title-BBC-Focus Features pic. Fazal takes the role of Abdul Karim, the young servant from India who became an unlikely confidant and teacher to Queen Victoria (Dench). Show More Summary
Tulip Fever, the Weinstein Company film that had last been set for July 15 in limited release, has now been pushed to February 24, 2017. The film stars Oscar winner Alicia Vikander, Christoph Waltz and Judi Dench. Set in 17th century...Show More Summary
Dame Judi Dench just got her first tattoo at the age of 81.
Of course Judi Dench’s tattoo would be classy. The “Philomena” star, who turned 81 in December, commemorated the occasion by inking the inside of her right wrist with the words “Carpe Diem” in two lines of all-caps block lettering, with an assist from her actress daughter, Finty Williams. "That's...
Octogenarian celebrities are rightly granted quite a bit of leeway when it comes to quirky behavior. When you’re eightysomething, you can talk to empty chairs or, say, disavow then reavow your own upcoming book after you’ve told the Washington Post “its credibility is down the toilet.” You may get some eyerolls, sure, but you’re unlikely to seriously tarnish your legacy.
The ink adorning the elder stateswoman of theater’s right wrist reads “carpe diem.”