John Madden, the award-winning director of Shakespeare In Love, has dedicated his fascinating new World War II drama Operation Mincemeat to the memory of late actor Paul Ritter who appears in the film.
Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci celebrate respective rom-com anniversaries with 'Bridget Jones's Diary" and 'The Devil Wears Prada'
While both actors have played gay characters in the past in recent years the casting of straight performers in LGBTQ roles has become a more contested issue.
The actor and cookbook actor is now married to literary agent Felicity Blunt, sister to actress Emily.
Armie Hammer has left 'Shotgun Wedding' after controversial DMs he allegedly sent went viral. But he's not the only star to make a last minute exit from a big movie.
Shonda Rhimes' Bridgerton is just the latest period drama to capture our attention, and it's all Colin Firth's fault.
Johnny Depp has been forced out of his role as Grindelwald in the 'Fantastic Beasts' franchise. He's not the first to be usurped for a major movie part.
Frances Hodgson Burnett’s novel The Secret Garden is widely recognised as a classic of English children’s literature, and has been adapted countless times, on stage, on television, and on film.
Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci have said their 20 year friendship helped inform their on-scren gay romance in upcoming film Supernova.
The controversial Second World War drama caused dozens of audience members to walk out when it played on the festival circuit.
The film comes from the producers of 'Harry Potter' and 'Paddington'.
Sam Mendes' 1917 World War I epic, which will show us a day in the life of ordinary soldiers, is reportedly going to unfold as one long take.
Livia Giuggioli, the wife of actor Colin Firth, has dropped stalking charges against her ex-lover following a court settlement.
Fox is sued by a screenwriter who says that a script he wrote in 2003 bears a striking similarity to the movie Kingsman: The Secret Service.
The stars talk exclusively to Yahoo Movies UK about the new film's Shakespearean tone and supporting Time's Up at the British film awards show.
'Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again' will bring back original cast, and introduce new actors as Meryl Streep & co in their younger days.
Eggsy and the Kingsman organisation appear to be in a spot of bother, but luckily, there's help from an old friend, and a few new ones.