Keira Knightley has done a Christmas movie, and an apocalypse movie, but never a Christmas apocalypse movie.
It may be more than 15 years since “Love Actually” was released, but Hugh Grant, Colin Firth, and Richard Curtis have finally opened up about one of the the film's defining moments even as the movie made surprise election-related headlines in the U.K. this week. Grant, Firth and Curtis all feature in the career retrospective […]
Keira Knightley reflected on how fame and the paparazzi led her to a mental breakdown in her early 20s. "It was a really rude awakening to the world of misogyny," she explained. "I'd never experienced that level of hatred on a day-to-day basis."
In the beloved holiday rom-com, the actress plays a woman who discovers her husband is cheating. Turns out, her most wrenching scene sprang from experience.
We made a list and checked it twice: Here are the best holiday-themed films released since 2000 to work into the rotation alongside "A Christmas Story" and "It's a Wonderful Life."
After a 14-year wait, the long-desired Love Actually reunion is nigh, and Bill Nighy couldn’t be happier. The veteran British character actor is reprising his role as curmudgeonly rocker Billy Mack for writer/director Richard Curtis’s sequel to his 2003 rom-com favorite that’s the featured attraction of this year’s Red Nose Day charity special, airing May 25 at 10 p.m. on NBC.
In 2003, Love Actually took cinematic cuteness to a new level when an adorable character named Sam chased after his young crush Joanna in the airport so he could profess his love. Now, Joanna is all grown up and totally blowing our minds.