Sam Claflin plays Henry Cavill's older brother, despite being younger than the Superman star.
The long-awaited screen adaptation of Enola Holmes – teen sister of Sherlock and Mycroft – has landed on Netflix to rave reviews.
Aisling Franciosi says the violence in Jennifer Kent's new film 'The Nightingale' has 'hit a nerve' because it feels real.
Sam Claflin plays the violent British military man Hawkins in Jennifer Kent's blistering drama 'The Nightingale'.
Ahead of its fifth series, Steven Knight says 'Peaky Blinders' always ensures that the consequences of violence are felt by the characters.
Here's your first look at Sam Claflin, steel-eyed and moustachioed, as he arrives on set for series five of Peaky Blinders.
Sam Claflin is set to star in Sony’s “Charlie’s Angels” reboot, sources tell Variety. Claflin is reteaming with his “Hunger Games” co-star Elizabeth Banks, who is directing and starring as one of the Bosley characters. Patrick Stewart and Djimon Hounsou will play the other two Bosleys. Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska will portray the […]
Good weather and international football are not conducive to achieving a strong box office.
Shailene Woodley has revealed that she ate just 350 calories per day in the last weeks of filming new movie Adrift.
The actress discusses her activism and the importance of doing more than just sending tweets and going to marches.
The Hunger Games actor and Divergent star Shailene Woodley compare the Adrift shoot to The Exorcist and explain why YA fantasy franchises have all but disappeared.
When actor Mahershala Ali (House of Cards, Luke Cage, Moonlight) revealed this week that he once auditioned for Game of Thrones, it made us sit up and listen. By the sounds of it, Ali was auditioning for the role of Xaro Xhoan Daxos, which Nonso Anozie eventually played in a handful of episodes in season two. Claflin revealed he also read for the part of Viserys Targaryen – that’s Daenerys’ not too pleasant brother.
Francesco Clark, a quadriplegic author whose book ‘Walking Papers’ appears in the movie 'Me Before You’, has slammed the producers of the film for failing to ask for his permission to use it. Clark says that his memoir, which details his experiences after a spinal cord injury left him paralysed, is featured in a 'key scene’ in the movie. In the movie, based on the novel of the same name by Jojo Moyes, a wealthy businessman, played by Sam Claflin, is left quadriplegic after an accident and plans his death at an assisted suicide clinic.
The London premiere of Thea Sharrock’s movie, which stars Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin, was picketed by protesters who have objected to its portrayal of disability and assisted suicide. “I didn’t quite anticipate this,” she told The Hollywood Reporter of the controversy. Asked how she’d respond to critics of the film, who have slammed it over its perceived message that it’s better to be dead than disabled – Claflin’s character Will takes his own life in an assisted suicide after struggling to come to terms with his quadriplegia – she said: “It’s a fundamental misunderstanding of what the message is.
Disability campaigners have slammed the new Emilia Clarke film ‘Me Before You’, branding it 'a disability snuff movie’. Disabled actress Liz Carr was among protesters from the group Not Dead Yet who turned up at the film’s premiere, unfurling a scathing banner on the red carpet as Clarke and co-stars Sam Claflin, Jenna Coleman and Joanna Lumley passed by.
Starring Sam Claflin and Emilia Clarke, ‘Me Before You’ is based on the novel of the same name by Jojo Moyes… and follows the story of a high-achieving, wealthy young man whose life is turned upside down after a terrible accident. Of course, Emilia Clarke is known for landing strong female roles such as Daenerys Targaryen in ‘Game of Thrones’ and playing a young Sarah Connor in ‘Terminator: Genisys’. “It’s funny with these strong female roles,“ said Emilia Clarke in an interview with USA Today.
Along with Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, and Liam Hemsworth, Sam Claflin has been the biggest breakout star of the ‘Hunger Games’ franchise. The 29-year-old Brit joined the series as the blonde trident-wielding Finnick Odair in ‘Catching Fire’ and he reprises the role for a final time in ‘Mockingjay Part 2′ (out this week) breaking the hearts of his fans around the world. - Hunger Games Trio Address Fan Rumours - Hunger Games Franchise Could Continue He says his final day on ‘Mockingjay Part 2′ was rather emotional and the first thing he did when he finished shooting was head to the make up trailer to dye his hair “back normal” and, he jokingly adds, he “cried himself to sleep”.
A striking new poster for ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2′ has been unveiled by Lionsgate showing Katniss and her District 13 pals in front of a toppled President Snow statue as the Capitol burns around them. Check it out below or click here for the large version. The image comes courtesy of Squad 451, a new viral site launched ahead of the release of the final film in the franchise later this year. Jennifer Lawrence returns as Katniss Everdeen as she finally confronts Donald Sutherland’s evil Snow in what promises to be an explosive - and emotional - showdown. - New Star Wars Image - Mad Hobbit Adaptation - xXx 3 Shooting Soon Here’s a few close ups to tide you over until the film is finally released on 19 November.