Prisoners has retained its number one spot, while Blue Jasmine looks set to become Woody Allen's most successful UK film release
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Wednesday 02 October 2013
To the sugar epicurean, what's happening on the screen is of only incidental interest
Film Review: Blue Jasmine - Cate Blanchett delivers astounding performance as fallen Park Avenue princess
Friday 27 September 2013
A miracle of a movie, given Woody Allen's recent film-making history
Sunday 22 September 2013
The actress is starring in Ibsen’s A Doll’s House at the Duke of York’s Theatre, London. She tells Charlotte Cripps about her current reading, watching and surfing…
Tuesday 27 August 2013
Woody Allen’s new film Blue Jasmine has premiered in Paris. The Oscar-winning actor and director was accompanied by his wife Soon-Yi Previn.
Thursday 18 July 2013
The comedian Woody Allen has said he is “toying with the idea” of making a return to stand-up comedy – after a hiatus of more than half a century.
Friday 01 March 2013
Hermione Grainger might have gone to the Yule Ball in Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire, but actress Emma Watson looks set to be invited to a far more ambitious affair.
Sunday 10 February 2013
Sunday 25 March 2012
Let the bright one in. Blanchett sizes up the London stage
Tuesday 06 March 2012
Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh
Friday 26 August 2011
Hanna is right up there among the very silliest of Hollywood thrillers, along with Derailed, The Long Kiss Goodnight and the impossibly silly 8 Million Ways to Die. Perhaps, two decades from now, Joe Wright's nonsensical actioner will be viewed as a cult classic. But, right now, it's a stinker.
Friday 22 July 2011
- 1 Cameron's freebie to apartheid South Africa
- 2 Is this the scariest advert ever? Japanese tyre commercial comes with its own disclaimer and health warning
- 3 A forgotten episode in Russian history leaves links with the Philippines
- 4 Australian ultra-nationalist politician Stephanie Banister in car crash immigration TV interview
- 5 People will try to reduce Mandela to a lilting reggae tune about ‘love’. They will fail