The BBC show's creator, writer and star said she ran into ownership issues with the streaming service.
The film producer, who penned Kangaroo Jack, had a relationship with British model and actress Elizabeth Hurley in the early noughties.
The film version of Broadway’s smash hit “Hamilton” is heading exclusively to Disney+ — what the move means for the streaming wars as HBO Max preps its long-anticipated entrance.
Everybody knows the drudgery of a bad day in the office. But, thankfully, for us non-famous normal people, that usually ends - or at least it used to - with the commute or a trip to the pub. If you're a Hollywood star, however, taking on a bad project will live, in full, shimmering technicolour, on record forever. Worse, there will be strangers who are paid money to critique your efforts. Some stars have managed to avoid – or disobey – media training enough to tell the world what they really thought of that turkey they made: and here are some of the best. The entire cast of Cats – Cats (2019)
Almost 20 years before the Netflix documentary, the animal trainer was part of another iconic pop culture moment.
The coronavirus is disrupting Disney's live-action "Mulan" remake as China postpone the film's highly anticipated premiere.
Netflix has plenty of classic films in its catalogue – and in recent years, the streaming service has also produced some remarkably original films of its own, from the animal rights satire Okja to the Oscar-winning Roma. But for every award-winning drama, there are just as many trashy B-movies (such as the risible romance A Christmas Prince).
While Margot Robbie has received two nominations in the same category, it's been noted actors of colour have been overlooked completely.
The big-screen version of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical has come in for a mauling from critics.
The film version of the classic musical has received a few tweaks after its initial release this week.
Honey Boy director Alma Har’el is now calling for awards shows to introduce separate categories for female filmmakers.
The show's divisive final series failed to rack up more than one nod at the upcoming ceremony, despite breaking records at the Emmys.
The fifth series of the good, the bad and the Brummie was left beautifully poised for a bloody final reckoning. Here are all the talking points from the explosive penultimate episode…
There were some wonderfully funny moments in Python at 50: Silly Walks and Holy Grails (BBC Two, Saturday). Such as Michael Palin, Graham Chapman and Terry Jones making life impossible for a local TV news reporter during a Monty Python shoot in remotest mid-Seventies Yorkshire, or John Cleese delightedly sharing with fellow Pythons his tax-deductible new hair implants, or Terry Gilliam wearing the briefest (and possibly snuggest) cut-offs ever worn by a working film director, on the set of The Life of Brian in Tunisia.
Fascists with friends in high places. Glaswegians with grudges. Wives waving divorce papers. We’ve already reached the midway point of the fifth series and the Peaky Blinders are besieged from all sides. Here are all the talking points from the plot-thickening third episode…
The new Andrew Davies adaptation of Sanditon on ITV on Sunday evening unveiled one of Jane Austen’s lesser-known works as an entertaining romp set in an England undergoing unprecedented social change – with lashings of sun, sand, sex and bare-bottomed sea bathing.
News reports last week that a generation of viewers has taken refuge in watching endless reruns of Friends and the US version of The Office (according to data on Netflix’s most-watched shows) have mostly ignored one salient fact: the generation before has been doing that for years in Britain. They just endlessly watch repeats of Dad’s Army.
After months of mystery, plans for the 25th James Bond film seem to be taking shape. We have a star, a director and even a title. We’re beginning to get a sense of the film that has, until now, felt as elusive as its eponymous hero.
Close your eyes and you might just be back in Walmington-on-Sea in the early 1940’s. Or at least in a living room in the late 1960’s. From whatever distance you view your nostalgia for the Second World War as seen through the lens of classic sitcom Dad’s Army, the ‘new’ episodes re-created from three missing shows, will hit your nostalgia buttons bang in the middle.
There was mid-series misery for Gentleman Jack, as Anne Lister (Suranne Jones) was left broken-hearted and bloody-nosed.
Through eight truly traumatic seasons of Westerosi warfare, no-one has had to adapt quite as fast or as frequently as Arya Stark.
A long, long time ago (circa the very first episode of Game of Thrones) the Starks stumbled across an orphaned pack of puppy direwolves and took it upon themselves to look after the small survivors. One for each of the six Stark children.