As cinemas around the world close in the wake of the coronavirus, Universal Pictures has smashed the theatrical window.
Emma star Johnny Flynn describes the experience of playing a pre-Ziggy Stardust Bowie as “a whole crazy adventure”.
The devil and drama is in the details when it comes to 1815 etiquette, explain the stars and director of 'Emma'.
"These are great themes and people don’t change. The clothes change, the technology changes, apart from that, the range of human behaviour is narrow-ish," explains Bill Nighy.
The year in film for 2019 is nearly over — pending Star Wars, Cats, and Jumanji of course — with the movie industry delivering dozens of memorable films, whether for good or bad reasons.But now it’s time to put the movies of 2019 to one side and take a look at the year to come. It’s a year without the Star Wars mega-franchise and with the Marvel Cinematic Universe undergoing a period of reinvention as the dust settles in the wake of the biggest movie ever made.There are plenty of blockbusters to look forward to in the coming 12 months, but there’s also an entire Oscar season to work through and a whole host of interesting, smaller movies that will make a big impression when they land in cinemas.Here are just 50 of the best films to keep an eye out for next year.Read more:Look back at the most anticipated films for 2019Most incredible actor transformations of 2019Notable Hollywood deaths in 2019
<em>The Witch</em> star Anya Taylor-Joy is in talks to star in <em> Emma</em>, an adaptation of the Jane Austen novel for Focus and producers Working title and Graham Broadbent. Autumn De Wilde is directing and Eleanor Catton will write the script. CAA reps the actress, whose recent credits include Split and the upcoming <em>Playmobil: The…</em>
Gwyneth Paltrow and Keira Knightley were both thoroughly unsuitable to star in movie adaptations of Jane Austen novels, according to an expert on the celebrated novelist.