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Michael Douglas revives Gekko and battles Cancer

Michael Douglas revives Gekko and battles Cancer

"I've always liked to make characters in the most precarious situations and try to bring them back." Michael Douglas exclaims. During his acting career, Michael Douglas has enthralled his audience, not by playing heroic characters, but by taking on unsympathetic characters and infusing them with ch...

The Special Relationship

The Special Relationship

Following his previous dramas, The Deal and The Queen, the prolific screenwriter Peter Morgan delivers the last instalment in his trilogy, The Special Relationship, which deals with Tony Blair's foreign politics and particularly his relationship with America. The film provides an intimate behind-th...

Al Pacino talks about Acting, Life and Dr. Death

Al Pacino talks about Acting, Life and Dr. Death – interview

Al Pacino is arguably one of the greatest and most accomplished actors of his generation. He became a cultural icon thanks to revered performances in wide range of classics such as The Godfather, Serpico, Scarface, Scent of A Woman, Heat and many more. ...

Strong women and a Scottish ambush - it must be Neil Marshall

Strong women and a Scottish ambush – it must be Neil Marshall

Since his debut feature, Dog Soldiers, in 2002, Neil Marshall has carved somewhat of a niche for himself in the British film industry as a director who provides big, shameless entertainment for surprisingly small budgets. Back then, a handful of soldiers on a training exercise in Scotland found the...

Emily Mortimer about Caine, Scorsese and Londons violent streets

Emily Mortimer about Caine, Scorsese and Londons violent streets

Emily Mortimer is one of the busiest British Actresses these days. She started her film career working on small projects like "Young Adam" and "Bright Young Things" and filling small roles in blockbusters such as "The 51st State" and "Elizabeth", but in 2005 she leapt to prominence when she took...

Helen Mirren: From An English Queen to A Russian Countess

Helen Mirren: From An English Queen to A Russian Countess

Sarah Coomes reports from LA I am sitting in Beverly Hills Hotel in LA, thinking about Russia and what Tolstoy would have thought of such an opulent place - fresh flowers, marbled floors, gilt, patterned carpeting disappearing down endless wallpapered corridors; when Helen Mirren, who plays Tolstoy...

Terry Gilliam talks about the Joys of Film making

Terry Gilliam talks about the Joys of Film making

Terry Gilliam is one of the most imaginative and original directors of his time. His films paddle between reality and fantasy and many occur in the minds of his protagonists, raising questions about identity and sanity. His characters are always battling higher powers and bureaucracy. This theme is ...

Carey Mulligan gets An Education in Lone Shefrig film

Carey Mulligan gets An Education in Lone Shefrig film

Some raised concerns and doubts when the 22 year-old, Carey Mulligan, was cast to play the 16 year-old, Jenny, in the new film "An Education." Frankly, had I not known her age, I would've thought that she was truly 16 when I met her last week. She sprang into the...

Michael Sheen inhabits real-life characters

Michael Sheen inhabits real-life characters

I couldn't help but conjure up the image of Tony Blair when I saw the Welsh actor, Michael Sheen, striding down the Four Seasons Hotel corridor. After all, in spite of his rich career in film and theatre, he is mostly known for portraying the former British Prime minister in...

Audrey Tautou acting fashionably

Audrey Tautou acting fashionably

Husam Asi learns how Audrey Tautou and Anne Fontaine brought Coco Chanel to the screen Audrey Tautou darts into the room, wearing a big smile on her face and exuding youth, playfulness and charm. Donning a black top, jeans and short black hair, she still looks as innocent and naïve...

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