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So this guy really doesn’t think women should drive...
He looks rugged and outdoorsy!
He looks saucy...
Crikey, who’s this little fella?
Why is the Prince of Darkness basking in the spotlight?
Any wise words for the weekend?
He’s a funny looking fella.
Hey, I recognise that denim-clad beefcake…
But Bill Condon's WikiLeaks thriller pulls in too many different directions
He looks a bit pasty! Is he ill?
Email reveals how the WikiLeaks founder attempted to derail the production of the 'The Fifth Estate' in which the actor starred
What happens when you discover that you share the same taste in music and films as the Prime Minister?
The new Prime Minister has indicated his planned direction and won praise from David Cameron and Rupert Murdoch
Cinema’s long-awaited take on the story of Wikileaks is played out through the friendship and subsequent rivalry of website activists Julian Assange (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Daniel Domscheit-Berg (Daniel Bruhl).
The Fifth Estate, an unlikely thriller that chronicles the emergence of anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks and its enigmatic founder Julian Assange, premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last night.
Sir Ian McKellen is the latest star to bring Sherlock Holmes to life for the big screen, playing an aged version of the sleuth in new film A Slight Trick Of The Mind.