• Film producer Kathleen Kennedy to receive Bafta Fellowship
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    Film producer Kathleen Kennedy to receive Bafta Fellowship

    The American's long list of credits includes several Star Wars and Indiana Jones films.

  • Andrew Scott recalls mistakes which ruined his scene in '1917'
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    Andrew Scott recalls mistakes which ruined his scene in '1917'

    The Fleabag star makes a brief appearance in Sam Mendes' First World War epic.

  • Bond trailer lights up Piccadilly Circus in world first
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    Bond trailer lights up Piccadilly Circus in world first

    Crowds gathered at the London landmark to watch the trailer for 'No Time To Die'.

  • Advance screening of new Star Wars film confirmed for dying fan
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    Advance screening of new Star Wars film confirmed for dying fan

    Actor Mark Hamill had helped Rowans Hospice, near Portsmouth, in its appeal for the viewing.

  • Edward Norton sets the record straight on saving Leonardo DiCaprio’s life
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    Edward Norton sets the record straight on saving Leonardo DiCaprio’s life

    The incident happened during a diving trip in the Galapagos Islands.

  • Anya Taylor-Joy appears as Jane Austen heroine in first Emma teaser trailer
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    Anya Taylor-Joy appears as Jane Austen heroine in first Emma teaser trailer

    She stars opposite Josh O'Connor and Johnny Flynn.

  • Catherine Zeta Jones shares anniversary note from father-in-law Kirk Douglas
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    Catherine Zeta Jones shares anniversary note from father-in-law Kirk Douglas

    The actress married Michael Douglas in 2000.

  • Pierce Brosnan’s sons named Golden Globe 2020 ambassadors
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    Pierce Brosnan’s sons named Golden Globe 2020 ambassadors

    Dylan and Paris will follow in the footsteps of Idris Elba's daughter, Isan, who took on the role last year.

  • Sharon Stone demonstrates Basic Instinct scene on stage
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    Sharon Stone demonstrates Basic Instinct scene on stage

    The actress was crowned Woman Of The Year at the GQ Men Of The Year Awards in Berlin.

  • Last Christmas director responds to one-star review
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    Last Christmas director responds to one-star review

    The romantic comedy features the music of George Michael.

  • Olivia Colman: Why I don’t remember Oscar night
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    Olivia Colman: Why I don’t remember Oscar night

    The star was named best actress for her role in The Favourite.

  • Netflix reveals streaming numbers for Breaking Bad film
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    Netflix reveals streaming numbers for Breaking Bad film

    The company is famously secretive about its viewing figures.

  • Downton Abbey film premiere: Michelle Dockery lead cast at new movie's launch
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    Downton Abbey film premiere: Michelle Dockery lead cast at new movie's launch

    Dame Maggie Smith, Michelle Dockery and Hugh Bonneville were among the stars on the red carpet as the Downton Abbey film received its world premiere in London.On Monday evening, the highly-anticipated film was debuted and ahead of the screening, the cast posed for pictures outside Cineworld Leicester Square.

  • Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul send fans crazy with reunion photo ahead of new film
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    Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul send fans crazy with reunion photo ahead of new film

    Breaking Bad co-stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul have sent fans into a frenzy by reuniting.The pair, who portrayed terminally-ill chemistry teacher, Walter White, and drug dealer, Jesse Pinkman, in the hit AMC drama, posed with a glass of mezcal in the Dominican Republic.

  • Game Of Thrones star Kit Harington hated filming 'horrific' dragon scenes
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    Game Of Thrones star Kit Harington hated filming 'horrific' dragon scenes

    Game of Thrones' Kit Harington has described filming scenes involving the show's famous dragons as "horrific."The Jon Snow actor said that he had initially not believed his co-star Emilia Clarke - who played Daenerys Targaryen on the hit show - when she complained about them, but eventually sympathised with her when his character finally met the dragons in series eight.

  • Cillian Murphy rules himself out of playing James Bond as he thinks next 007 'should be a woman'
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    Cillian Murphy rules himself out of playing James Bond as he thinks next 007 'should be a woman'

    Cillian Murphy has shut down claims that he could be the next James Bond because he thinks the iconic role should go to a woman.The Peaky Binders star, who plays Tommy Shelby in the BBC show, was hotly tipped to take over Daniel Craig’s spot as the new 007, joining a list of rumoured contenders which also includes James Norton and Richard Madden.But, speaking to The Guardian, the 43-year-old admitted he has other ideas. He said: “The thing about it is, if you say anything about Bond it becomes the headline, right?“There’s two things I’ll say about that. Firstly, there’s a whole other industry which is completely separate from the film side of things, and that’s the bookies. He added: “The second thing I’d say is that I think it should be a woman, which rules me out.”The English actress Lashana Lynch has reportedly been cast as a new 007, but her character will appear alongside Craig’s Bond, having taken over his code name, rather than replace him.[[gallery-0]] ​Previous contenders rumoured to be in the running to play the iconic super-spy include Idris Elba and Tom Hiddleston.Filming for the 25th Bond film, which is using the working title Shatterhand, has so far taken place on location in Jamaica, Norway and Italy, and at Pinewood Studios in the UK.Earlier this year, Craig was forced to spend two weeks recovering from an ankle injury sustained while filming. Despite this, the film is still slated for release in April 2020.The 25th Bond film will be directed by Cary Fukunaga and will be Craig's fifth and final outing as the super spy.Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Jeffrey Wright and Rory Kinnear will all return to the series, while Rami Malek will make his Bond debut as a villain.

  • Casey Affleck: It was best to 'just stay quiet' amid sexual harassment allegations
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    Casey Affleck: It was best to 'just stay quiet' amid sexual harassment allegations

    Casey Affleck has opened up about the sexual harassment allegations made against him and discussed his decision to "just stay quiet" amid the MeToo movement. The 43-year-old faced sexual harassment allegations from Amanda White and Magdalena Gorka, who worked with him on Joaquin Phoenix documentary I’m Still Here in 2010. He denied the claims and both cases were settled out of court.The Oscar-wining star confessed that he felt accountable for condoning and contributing to an unprofessional working environment on the set.Speaking during an episode of Dax Shepard's Armchair Expert yesterday, he said: “I think it’s a lesson that I had to sort of learn and be humble about; I was the producer. I was technically the boss.”Affleck said that there was "a ton of partying" on the set of the mockumentary, which followed Phoenix's short-lived career change from acting to rap, telling Shepard: "It was confusing for everybody, and it was deliberately, and that's my responsibility. The intention was to have the crew as part of the movie. I didn't know how much they knew they were part of the movie."He also added that he felt it was best to keep a low profile when the sexual harassment allegations resurfaced at the height of the MeToo movement.“I really wanted to support all but I felt like the best thing to do was to just be quiet,” he said. Shepard’s co-host, Monica Padman, suggested that the fact that women are also able to make false allegations is never considered.“I wouldn’t say that it’s helpful to say that well women lie, or to approach the argument from the point of who is lying; It actually doesn’t help,” Affleck argued.“What really matters is you resolve this in a way without hitting each other and calling each other liars. It’s not really the most important part of it.”The Manchester By Sea star emphasised that he completely stands by the MeToo initiative, asking: “Who would not be supportive of the MeToo movement? That’s an idea that’s even out there?”The writer and director also touched on whether it’s possible to gauge which cases of misconduct are the worst compared to others.He said: “[It] isn’t about, oh well this isn’t so bad, and that’s really horrible. It’s that it’s systemic.“It is accepted culturally at it’s tamest manifestation of it and at it’s worst, and that it all needs to be turned on it’s head, eradicated, not allowed for, and that kind of like lightning bolt I think is effective.”Last August, Affleck apologised for his “unprofessional” behaviour on the I’m Still Here set, telling AP: “It was an unprofessional environment … the buck had to stop with me being one of the producers and I have to accept responsibility for that.”