Christopher Nolan's reps have denied that he bans chairs from his movie sets, after Anne Hathaway let slip the director requires his cast and crew to be working at all times.
Just like last year, 2018 has seen a lot of movie-star transformations, with more and more thespians allowing themselves to spend hours in the prosthetic chair to receive massive makeovers in the hope of an Oscar nomination (we’re sure Gary Oldman getting one for his unrecognisable turn as Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour didn’t help).Click through the gallery for our picks for the most shocking actor transformations of 2018.Read more15 biggest movie transformations of 2017The actors who went unrecognisable in 2016Hollywood’s most notable deaths of 2018
At Comic-Con, director talks upcoming 'Ready Player One,' based on the bestseller by Ernest Cline and chock full of references to 1980s' pop culture
Acting legend Sir Mark Rylance says Harry Styles is a "great lad" praising his professionalism on the set of 'Dunkirk'.
The stars of Christopher Nolan’s World War II thriller ‘Dunkirk’ were out in force last night at the film’s glitzy world premiere, which also boasted a Spitfire on the red carpet.Tom Hardy, Harry Styles, Cillian Murphy, Mark Rylance, and the acclaimed director himself were joined by Prince Harry in London’s Leicester Square to promote the film which arrives in UK cinemas on 21 July.The Prince was joined by war veterans in support of Contact, a group of charities working with the NHS and the MOD, who want to make it simpler for the military community to find support with their mental wellbeing.Read moreJoe Pesci coming out of retirement14 stars who could play Aladdin and JasmineShia LaBoeuf battling ‘addiction’
Steven Spielberg’s live-action adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic ‘The BFG’ has just screened at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, and so far the reaction has been hugely positive. Director Spielberg and Mark Rylance (the actor who plays the big friendly giant) collaborate again, having worked on ‘Bridge of Spies’ together. The Guardian’s Peter Bradshaw gave it a four-star write-up, calling it ”hugely charming” and describes Rylance’s casting as the BFG as crucial, saying he “absolutely makes this movie what it is”.
The 'Bridge of Spies' Oscar winner is fast becoming the director's go-to actor, with the sci-fi film marking their fourth collaboration.
Mark Rylance is set to star in Steven Spielberg’s “The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara” for Amblin Entertainment. Spielberg would shoot the film in the first quarter of 2017 after he finishes production on “Ready Player One.” Tony Kushner is penning the script. The story of a young Jewish boy in Bologna, Italy in 1858 who,... <a href="https://variety.com/2016/film/news/steven-spielberg-kidnapping-of-edgardo-mortara-mark-rylance-1201750856/" title="Read Mark Rylance to Reteam With Steven Spielberg in ‘The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara’">Read more »</a><img src="http://media.zenfs.com/en_US/Entertainment/Variety/pc17#038;c26035310#038;c310000#038;cv2.0#038;cj1" class="editorial"/>
Between Jon Favreau’s ‘Jungle Book’ and Steven Spielberg’s 'The BFG’, it’s looking like a vintage year for classic literature on the big screen.
MPs and celebrities, including ‘Wolf Hall’ star Mark Rylance and ‘The Walking Dead’ actor David Morrissey, have rallied to the cause of Shaker Aamer, the last British prisoner to be held at Guantanamo Bay. Mr Aamer, who was born in Saudi Arabian but has UK residency, has been imprisoned in the US military prison on Cuba for 14 years without charge or trial and was promised a release “imminently” on 25 September. Since this release has failed to materialise, Aamer has gone on hunger strike telling the Mail on Sunday that he’s “still being subjected to brutal physical abuse”. The campaign ‘Fast For Shaker’, launched by the founders of ‘We Stand With Shaker’, is asking for people wishing to show their solidarity for the father of four, to embark on a 24 hour hunger strike starting on Thursday 15 October.