Daniel Mays plays a cop brought back from the dead with AI enhancement in new Sky sitcom 'Code 404'.
Stephen Graham has been talked about as potential dream casting for the BBC crime drama for years.
According to Stephen Graham, one of the movie's stars, the mobster is a 'distant uncle' of a certain guitar-wielding, tattooed singer-songwriter
Steven Knight, the creator of Peaky Blinders, has helmed the BBC's new take on Charles Dickens' cautionary tale, and it's dark, gritty and pretty terrifying, by the looks of it.
Fans of Shane Meadows' gritty drama series shouldn't be marking any dates in their diaries just yet.
Graham has opened up about his struggle with the condition, which jumbles up letters in words making reading difficult, and he has now explained how his actress wife Hannah Walters reads scripts for him and tells him which ones he should go for.
Stephen Graham was terrifying in This Is England more than a decade ago, and he's set to scare audiences again in Line of Duty.
The creator of Line of Duty is already plotting the scrap the hit BBC cop show, to avoid the series going over its shelf life.
<strong>EXCLUSIVE:</strong> Stephen Graham has been set to play a key role of Genovese mob cappo Tony “Pro” Provenzano in the Netflix, Martin Scorsese film <em>The Irishman </em>about the disappearance of union leader Jimmy Hoffa <em>.</em> Graham can most recently be seen reprising his role of 'Scrum' in <em>Pirate of the Caribean: Dead Men Tell No Tales</em>. Provenzano was a teamster who rose into the top ranks of organized crime. He was considered a top associate of Hoffa during the 1970s and was believed to…
Shane Meadows’ latest drama series for Britain’s Channel 4 will see the filmmaker reuniting with “This Is England” stars Stephen Graham and Helen Behan for “The Virtues.” The show will follow Joseph, played by Graham, as he returns home to Ireland to confront a troubled past after having been brought up in the state care... <a href="http://variety.com/2017/tv/global/shane-meadows-this-is-england-the-virtues-1202493233/" title="Read Shane Meadows Reunites With ‘This Is England’ Team for ‘The Virtues’">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"/>
Some Australian youngsters got the surprise of their life when Johnny Depp showed up at Lady Cliento Children’s Hospital in Brisbane dressed as the hero from the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ series. - Robert Downey Jr Got A Huge Payday For Just Two Marvel Movies - Hilary Swank Turning Down Movie Roles To Care For Her Sick Father Depp arrived by helicopter – along with co-star Stephen Graham – to surprise patients wearing full Jack Sparrow regalia and speaking in his character’s English accent. The actor, currently shooting the fifth instalment in the franchise ‘Dead Men Tell No Tales’ Down Under, posed for pictures and chatted with kids in the ward. He also demonstrated his paternal instincts by chatting with a boy called Carter, admitting he didn’t know how to spell his name before giving him some treasure. Meanwhile, he took pictures and made jokes, saying, “If there’s other people in it, why do you call it a selfie?”