Stanley Kubrick is remembered for his uncompromising, near-obsessive filmmaking. But his former right-hand man, Leon Vitali, who appeared in Kubrick's 1975 Oscar-winning film 'Barry Lyndon,' remembers the late auteur differently.
The gracious and soft-spoken Sydney, Australia native, 47, shared stories with us from the past 25 years of her celebrated career, which includes three Oscar nominations, one Oscar win for The Hours, 10 Golden Globe nods, and the world record for longest continuous film shoot ever.
In this new trailer for the live-action movie about the beloved, marmalade-favoring bear, exclusively premiering on Yahoo Movies, we get a close look at Paddington's big bad, Millicent Clyde, played by Nicole Kidman.
Watch Nicole Kidman and Colin Firth in ‘Before I Go to Sleep’ For a certain mindset, there’s little fun quite like a British prestige thriller; all the ridiculous twists-and-turns of a genre piece, with the highbrow trappings ofDownton Abbey. A viewer can enjoy the festivities without guilt, even as these films occasionally step the scenery-chewing up to Royal Shakespearean levels.Judging from the trailer above – presented exclusively by Yahoo Movies – the forthcomingBefore I Go to Sleep looks to satisfy both ends of the spectrum. The film stars Nicole Kidman alongside England’s reigning Major Actor, Colin Firth, working from the austere end of her palate.
As makeup techniques get more advanced — and actors seem more willing to fuss with their physique to get a role — performers hiding in plain sight under the skin of their characters is becoming more common. Here are 20 of the most impressive we've seen, done practically only (no computer-generated looks here)
The 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival kicked off on Wednesday with the premiere ofGrace of Monaco . The film’s star, Nicole Kidman, arrived in a blue bejeweled Armani Prive dress fit for a princess.
According to the U.S. Veterans Administration, approximately 550 men and women who were part of the war effort pass away each day in this country. Oscar-winning actor Colin Firth did get such an opportunity to meet and spend time with the WWII veteran he portrays in the upcoming drama “The Railway Man.” The film is an adaptation of Eric Lomax’s memoir of his time as a Japanese prisoner of war forced to work on the “Death Railway” through the Burma jungle, and his life after the war trying to piece himself back together with the help of his wife Patti (played by Nicole Kidman). “It became not just a very interesting story about a character for whom I felt affection on the page,” the actor explained, “it became more personal.” Kidman was also able to spend time with Mr. and Mrs. Lomax, and she noted that Firth “has taken on so many of the traits of Eric that it was, like, eerie.” Eric Lomax was able to visit the set during filming and see moments of his life recreated in front of the camera.