Halle Berry Interview: “I’ve spent the last decade slowing down but now I’m feeling very inspired and anxious to work…”
In Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Berry occupies a key role alongside returning cast members Taron Egerton (Eggsy), Mark Strong (Merlin), Roxy (Sophie Cookson), and Colin Firth (who somehow returns to life as Harry Hart). Berry plays Ginger Ale, a high tech specialist working for The Statesman, a parallel American spy outfit that joins forces with […]
Ryan Gosling: “It’s Harrison Ford, he’s an icon for generations, it’s bizarre being in his presence.”
While discussing his scenes with the actual man himself, who also shares top billing with Gosling in Bladerunner 2049, the 36 year-old former Mouseketeer has a chilled, relaxed demeanour about him. Minus the publicity tempest swirling his every move, one gets the impression he’d be the perfect drinking buddy, swapping stories and anecdotes with ease. […]
Naomi Watts – Exclusive: “It’s a weird contradiction, particularly, where you live in such close proximity with people,” she explains. “They live beside you, above you, beneath you, they’re all around but they’re complete strangers to us. We know absolutely nothing about each other.”
But when the gorgeous girl next door [Maddie Ziegler] alludes to potential abuse from her stepfather, Henry enlists his mum to help him expose the truth and save his first love from harm. It’s an emotional rollercoaster for Watts, best known for her Oscar-nominated performances in The Impossible and 21 Grams, and the latest in […]
James McAvoy: “I just wanted to be a movie where I could rock, and I say rock with emphasis, a sweater vest with a full length fur coat,” he chuckles, “like a magnificent armour.” – ‘Atomic Blonde’
Sporting rugged facial hair and a dishevelled, voluminous quiff, the 38 year-old Scot is casually handsome as he chats about his role as David Percival, covert operative to Charlize Theron’s Lorraine Broughton, a top level MI6 agent, dispatched to Berlin to take down a ruthless espionage ring. And while the film belongs to the Oscar-winner […]
Jon Hamm Interview: . “There becomes this assumption of, ‘oh this is a reflection of who you are.’ And Don and I, we’re opposed in most ways.” Baby Driver.
It’s nearly two years since the hit AMC series came to a finish and since then, Hamm has been tackling a range of diverse role far from the stilted remit of Draper. There was his turn as Reagan’s hired assassin in Netflix’ Wet Hot Summer, a masquerading spy in Keeping up with the Joneses – […]
Diane Kruger: “I was 15 years old when I moved out of Germany to work in Paris and I didn’t start acting until I was in my twenties and that was in French films…”
CANNES – It’s taken her 15 years, but Diane Kruger has finally made a German film. She’s played German characters before – in Unknown opposite Liam Neeson and in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglorious Basterds – but she’s never had to play in a German language film where she gets to work in her native language. It […]
Sofia Boutella: “It was difficult at first but then I grew to love French culture and start to get involved in gymnastics and dance.”
LAS VEGAS – Sofia Boutella has fast-tracked to fame over the last few years. First came Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014) and before she upped the ante with a key role in Star Trek: Beyond. This summer sees her explode onto the screen again playing the title role in THE MUMMY opposite Tom Cruise and […]
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has a theory when it comes to getting the chop on Game of Thrones; off-screen alter egos dishing out spoiler alerts. “They’re the ones who always get killed off,” chuckles the actor who plays Jaime Lannister. “If you talk about Thrones, you die in Thrones.
LAS VEGAS – There is no better embodiment of the American Dream than Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. He has gone from a troubled teenager in Hawaii to becoming the highest paid actor in the world, earning a reported $64.5 million last year according to Forbes. Who better then to play the part of Mitch Buchannon […]
Jude Law loves a bad guy. Playing several over the course of his career – Road To Perdition, Contagion, The Young Pope – his latest crack at villainy came with Guy Ritchie’s $100 million take on the Knights of the Roundtable tale, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.