Legendary director Francis Ford Coppola has launched a scathing attack on Boris Johnson after the U.K. Prime Minister called a particular scene from The Godfather his favourite in the history of movies.
The German-Austrian 'Alita' star has been vocal about his opposition to the Brexit process, and has again let his feelings be known.
As one might expect, a joke about Brexit in the New Year's Day episode of Doctor Who split the viewing public straight down the middle.
The star of Ben Wheatley's new BBC film talks openly about Brexit and making his debut in Gary Oldman's 'Nil By Mouth'.
Anger is brewing following the first look at Benedict Cumberbatch in the forthcoming HBO and Channel 4 movie about Brexit.
Lord of the Rings star Andy Serkis has revived Gollum in a withering takedown of Theresa May over her proposed Brexit deal.
No, you've not suffered a serious head injury, Wild Bill is actually being filmed right now, and there's pictorial proof.
Benedict Cumberbatch has switched up his look to play Vote Leave campaign manager Dominic Cummings for a new TV one-off drama. The Channel 4 TV movie, which currently has the working title Brexit, will focus on the data-driven political campaign during the EU referendum, including the "myriad tactics employed to swing one of the most surprising referendum results in living memory". Filming has begun on what's been promised to be an "explosive and illuminating" Brexit thriller, directed by Toby Haynes, who's worked on the likes of Sherlock, Black Mirror, and Doctor Who.
Brexit has the potential to cause 'catastrophic' damage to the TV and film industry in the UK, according to a leading lobbying group.
Many have taken to Twitter to slate the veteran actor over remarks he made to Sky News, saying that his decision to vote Leave was a matter of 'freedom'.
Michael Caine has spoken about why he voted for Brexit in the EU referendum last year, saying that he'd rather be 'a poor master than a rich servant'.
"For American productions, Christmas came early," says the head of the British Film Commission and Film London as the U.S. dollar's increased value sees more studios flock to the U.K.
From Brexit, to Donald Trump, to the actors, musicians, and other famous talent we lost this year, they’ve skillfully shot and edited a rather tense and compelling film trailer to sum up the past 12 months, with the tagline, “It’s the horror movie of the year”. ‘2016: The Movie’ has only had its fake trailer uploaded to YouTube for a few days but already it’s gone viral with just under half-a-million views so far.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightly and Jude Law are among a group of 250 actors, directors, musicians, artists and writers to have put their name to a open letter appealing for the UK to stay in the European Union. The letter describes Britain being ‘stronger’ by staying in the EU. “From the smallest gallery to the biggest blockbuster, many of us have worked on projects that would never have happened without vital E.U. funding or by collaborating across borders,” it reads.