Rupert Everett Takes Broadway’s ‘Virginia Woolf’ Lead With Departure Of Eddie Izzard

Rupert Everett Takes Broadway’s ‘Virginia Woolf’ Lead With Departure Of Eddie Izzard Rupert Everett will take over for the previously announced Eddie Izzard as George in director Joe Mantello’s upcoming Broadway staging of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? co-starring Laurie Metcalf as ...

Review: If Beale Street Could Talk

by Murtada Elfadl If Beale Street Could Talk starts with Fonny (Stephan James) asking his girlfriend Tish (Kiki Layne) “Are you ready for this?” I have been ready for a James Baldwin film adaptation ...

Rupert Everett (‘The Happy Prince’) on why Oscar Wilde is a Christ-like figure for the Lgbtq community [Exclusive Video Interview]

Rupert Everett (‘The Happy Prince’) on why Oscar Wilde is a Christ-like figure for the Lgbtq community [Exclusive Video Interview] For “The Happy Prince” star Rupert Everett, “Oscar Wilde seemed like a perfect portrait to try and paint because I find him a very fascinating, inspiring patron-saint kind of figure, almost a Christ ...

Slaughterhouse Rulez review – boarding school comedy-horror

Simon Pegg and Michael Sheen star in a watchable jape that has plenty of charm but not enough scares Elite boarding schools have been a favourite microcosm for film-makers to explore over the years: ...

‘The Happy Prince’ Review: A Wilde and Crazy Guy

‘The Happy Prince’ Review: A Wilde and Crazy Guy Rupert Everett turns his fascination with Oscar Wilde, the 19th-century Irish poet and playwright who was persecuted and jailed for “gross indecency with men” (the word homosexual was never uttered), ...

‘The Happy Prince’ Film Review: Rupert Everett Gets Under Oscar Wilde’s Skin

‘The Happy Prince’ Film Review: Rupert Everett Gets Under Oscar Wilde’s Skin Dramatizations of the life of playwright Oscar Wilde usually dwell on his sentence to prison with hard labor for homosexuality. The films “Oscar Wilde” and “The Trials of Oscar Wilde,” both of which ...

Rod Stewart Breaks Down His ‘Age Appropriate’ New Album ‘Blood Red Roses’

Rod Stewart Breaks Down His ‘Age Appropriate’ New Album ‘Blood Red Roses’ Rod Stewart knew exactly what he didn’t want to do when he began penning songs for his new album Blood Red Roses, which landed in stores on September 28th. “I didn’t want to write songs like ‘Stay ...

Toronto Film Review: ‘Red Joan’

Toronto Film Review: ‘Red Joan’ Trevor Nunn is not the first director to accrue both a glorious stage résumé and a paltry, pedestrian screen one. Still, given the talent involved, it’s disappointing that “Red Joan” does so little to ...

Barry Jenkins Shares First ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ Teaser on James Baldwin’s Birthday (Video)

Barry Jenkins Shares First ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ Teaser on James Baldwin’s Birthday (Video) Barry Jenkins shared the first teaser for his upcoming film “If Beale Street Could Talk” on author James Baldwin’s birthday. The film is based on a 1974 Baldwin novel about a young Harlem woman who ...

‘The Happy Prince’ Trailer: Rupert Everett and Colin Firth Reunite for Drama About Oscar Wilde’s Final Days

‘The Happy Prince’ Trailer: Rupert Everett and Colin Firth Reunite for Drama About Oscar Wilde’s Final Days It’s a match made in heaven, even for the most sophisticated of thirsty anglophiles — the smoldering wit of Rupert Everett and the genteel humility of Colin Firth. After making their film debuts ...

Colin Firth movies: 15 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘The King’s Speech,’ ‘A Single Man,’ ‘Love Actually’

Colin Firth movies: 15 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘The King’s Speech,’ ‘A Single Man,’ ‘Love Actually’ Colin Firth returned to movie screens this summer with the sequel “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again,” reuniting the original all-star cast of Meryl Streep, Amanda Seyfried, Pierce Brosnan, Dominic Cooper, ...

Hear Rod Stewart Preview New Album With Stirring ‘Didn’t I’

Hear Rod Stewart Preview New Album With Stirring ‘Didn’t I’ Rod Stewart unveiled an original song, “Didn’t I,” as the first offering from his new solo album, Blood Red Roses, out September 28th via Republic Records. “Didn’t I” is a rousing pop-rock tune ...

Rupert Everett’s 'The Happy Prince' lands at Sony Pictures Classics (exclusive)

Rupert Everett’s 'The Happy Prince' lands at Sony Pictures Classics (exclusive) Oscar Wilde drama gets European premiere in Berlin on Saturday. Sony Pictures Classics (Spc) has acquired all North American and Latin American rights to Rupert Everett’s The Happy Prince ahead of ...

Rupert Everett: ‘I was living in terror for my life when Aids began’

The star of new comedy Quacks had his big break in 1981, but spent the period in ‘sheer panic’ watching friends die. He talks about fear, flops and coming back from the wilderness years In one way, ...

Cannes Review: ‘Claire’s Camera’ Has Seductive Energy and Low Stakes

Hong Sang-soo’s first film starring Isabelle Huppert, In Another Country, counts as one of the more lightweight entries in the Korean auteur’s oeuvre. Compare it to Claire’s Camera, their second ...

Cannes 2017. Two Hongs Make It Right: Hong Sang-soo's "Claire's Camera" and "The Day After"

There's a running joke—at least, I think it's a joke—that if you shoot part of your film in the French city of Cannes, you will automatically be selected by its film festival. Sneaky Hong Sang-soo, ...

Cannes 2017 Review: Claire's Camera, Hong Sangsoo's Low-Key Cannes Holiday

Love him or hate him, Hong Sangsoo has been remarkably consistent with his films, which both offer viewers a familiar framework and new variations on his favorite themes. His 20th work Claire's Camera ...

Hong Sang-soo Pays Homage To Cannes With The Rewarding ‘Claire’s Camera’ [Cannes Review]

For ardent Hong Sang-soo fans, 2017 couldn’t be a more rewarding year. Not just because the South Korean filmmaker has three new films ready — the first, “On The Beach At Night Alone,” launched in ...

New Trailer & 3 Clips From Hong Sang-Soo’s ‘Claire’s Camera’ Starring Isabelle Huppert

Last year, Isabelle Huppert was the toast of the Croisette thanks to her steely turn in “Elle,” and this year she’s back with “Claire’s Camera.” The film marks her second with director Hong Sang-Soo ...

The Conversation: Top 3 Most Anticipated Directors’ Fortnight Picks: Denis, Baker & Dumont

Cannes 2017 is already a notable edition thanks to the festival’s inclusion of auteur helmed television entries, and (to the chagrin of some traditional minds) the appearance of Netflix properties in ...

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