Ralph Fiennes wants to keep on playing M in the James Bond franchise, even though No Time To Die will bring Daniel Craig’s tenure as 007 to an end.
Daniel Craig might be leaving James Bond behind, but Ralph Fiennes isn't ready to give up his desk at MI6 just yet.
New Netflix drama The Dig, which explores the real-life story of the discovery of the Anglo-Saxon ship at Sutton Hoo, has been accused of misrepresenting one of the men who uncovered it.
The role is traditionally played by a man on stage, but Emma Thompson will now play the head of Crunchem Hall.
Mulligan was responsible for digging Fiennes out of the dirt while filming the Netflix drama.
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Boney M might have focused on his credentials as a 'love machine', but the new trailer for The King's Man is focusing instead on Grigori Rasputin's homicidal tendencies.
Billie Eilish has told fans her theme tune for James Bond movie 'No Time to Die' will be released today.
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Almost a hundred years before Colin Firth's Harry Hart recruited Eggsy to be trained in the ways of the gentleman spy, Ralph Fiennes' the Duke of Oxford brings in young war hero Conrad into the fold.
Set in the World War I era, the new film stars Ralph Fiennes (as T.E. Lawrence of 'Lawrence of Arabia' fame) and Harris Dickinson as the mentor-mentee duo.
There are similarities to be made between English acting royalty Ralph Fiennes and Kenneth Branagh. “I don’t want to work for an entity who insists I have so and so in a role, and other stuff like that.
Ralph Fiennes has insisted that Liam Neeson isn't a racist, despite his admission last month that he once roamed the streets plotting a racially-motivated attack.
Everyone’s eager to hear what’s happening with the next movie in the James Bond series - but it seems there’s not much news to report thus far. Or if there is, no one’s told Ralph Fiennes. Den of Geek asked Fiennes about where things stand on the 25th Bond movie, and whether or not he’ll be back as M - and the actor replied, “I have no idea.
The Coen brothers have just unleashed a new trailer for their new comedy thriller ‘Hail, Caesar!’ and it features a superb riff from Ralph Fiennes giving an acting lesson that had us crying with laughter.
- SPECTRE poste pays homage to Bond’s past - Actors who were much older than their characters - Movie moments that happened by mistake SPECTRE star Fiennes, rather than simply posing for pictures at the Venice Film Festival, instead decided to pull out some thoroughly bizarre dance moves. Some of them were genuinely disturbing.