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The King's Man: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)It's been several years since we last saw the "Kingsman" franchise grace the big screen. Though it hasn't been for a lack of interest on the studio side of things, as "The King's Man," a new entry in the action/spy series, has been ready to go for some time. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, it had been repeatedly delayed. But ...
Tags: Movies, Secret Service, Ralph Fiennes, Mark Millar, Rhys Ifans, Kingsman, Daniel Brühl, Vaughn, Matthew Goode, Matthew Vaughn, Dave Gibbons, Tom Hollander, Matthew Margeson, David Reid, Harris Dickinson, Dominic Lewis


ITV Spy Series ‘The Ipcress File’ Starts Filming in Europe, Unveils First Look at Lucy Boynton, Joe Cole

“The Ipcress File,” a spy series based on the popular Len Deighton novel, has kicked off filming in Liverpool in northern England and Croatia, with a stellar cast including Joe Cole (“Gangs of London”), Lucy Boynton (“Bohemian Rhapsody”) and Tom Hollander (“The Night Manager”). The series is being produced by Altitude Television for ITV. Oscar-nominated […]
Tags: Europe, England, News, Global, Liverpool, Croatia, ITV Studios, Len Deighton, Tom Hollander, Lucy Boynton Joe Cole, London Lucy Boynton


PBS Masterpiece Announces Full Lineup for 50th Anniversary (EXCLUSIVE)

Programming for the 50th anniversary of PBS’s Masterpiece will now include performances by Martin Freeman, Kristin Scott Thomas, Kyle MacLachlan and Tom Hollander. The full lineup was announced exclusively to Variety on Thursday morning. The anthology drama series, produced by GBH Boston, will mark five decades on Jan. 10, 2021. While “Elizabeth Is Missing,” “All […]
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Tom Hollander reveals how he was cast in BBC's Us 

Tom Hollander has been brilliant as Douglas in Us so far, but how did...
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David Hyde Pierce Replaces Tom Hollander in Julia Child Pilot at HBO Max

HBO Max’s Julia Child pilot has been forced to replace one of its key ingredients. David Hyde Pierce, best known for playing  Dr. Niles Crane on “Frasier,” has joined the cast as Julia’s devoted husband Paul Child. The role was initially meant to be played by British actor Tom Hollander, however, he stepped away from […]
Tags: News, Julia Child, PAUL, Julia, David Hyde Pierce, Tom Hollander, Niles Crane, HBO Max


HBO Max’s Julia Child Drama Finds a New Lead to Replace Joan Cusack

Joan Cusack was all set to play famous author and chef Julia Child in an upcoming HBO Max pilot, but since she left the project, the show needed a new cook in the kitchen. Now the fledgling streaming service has found a new star for the show. Get the details below. British actress Sarah Lancashire (Coronation Street, Happy Valley, Last Tango in Halifax) will step in to replace Cusack as the lead role in HBO Max’s Julia Child TV show, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The show, which is cal...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Casting, America, Meryl Streep, Broadway, Halifax, Isabella Rossellini, True Story, Alice, Julia Child, Albert, Julie, Julia, Sarah Lancashire, Russ


James Caan & Tom Hollander in Full UK Trailer for 'Holy Lands' Film

"I hope the strange adventure you're on is bringing you happiness…" Studiocanal UK has released the official UK trailer for the Israeli drama Holy Lands, the latest feature film written and directed by French filmmaker Amanda Sthers. James Caan stars in Holy Lands as Harry Rosenmerck, an Ashkenazi Jewish American cardiologist, who decides to leave everything to become a pig farmer in the Holy Land. Filmed in the iconic landscapes of Israel, Holy Lands is "a universal story about love, family...
Tags: UK, Movies, Trailer, Israel, Indies, James Caan, To Watch, Tom Hollander, Amanda Sthers James Caan, Harry Rosenmerck, James Caan Tom Hollander


How ‘The Missing’ Team Created a New Series for Tcheky Karyo’s ‘Baptiste’

The team behind hit drama series “The Missing” have expanded the universe, and Tcheky Karyo’s Julien Baptise is back in action. This time the French detective is helping a man (Tom Hollander) find his niece, a sex worker who has disappeared in Amsterdam. As with the earlier show, BAFTA-winning writers Harry Williams and Jack Williams […]
Tags: News, Global, Spotlight, Amsterdam, The Missing, BAFTA, Berlinale, Baptiste, Tom Hollander, Jack Williams, Harry Williams, Julien Baptise


Aaron Taylor-Johnson and More Join Kingsman Prequel

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Aaron Taylor-Johnson and more join Kingsman prequel Matthew Vaughn’s upcoming prequel to Kingsman has just landed Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Kick-Ass). The news comes from Daily Mail entertainment reporter Baz Bamigboye, who revealed the new on Twitter. Director Matthew Vaughn previously worked with the actor as the producer/director off Kick-Ass. Bamigboye also revealed that Gemma Arterton and Tom Hollander have also joined the cast. PB = PB || {}...
Tags: Movies, Daily Mail, Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton, Mark Millar, Rhys Ifans, Kingsman, BAZ BAMIGBOYE, Conrad, Daniel Brühl, Vaughn, Taron Egerton, Matthew Vaughn, Ifans, ComingSoon, Movie News


Superhero Aquaman strikes out on his own in a thrilling (if overlong) voyage, writes BRIAN VINER

Aquaman (12A) Verdict: Ocean-going nuttiness Rating: A loopy combination of superhero movie, Bond film, the legend of King Arthur, David Attenborough’s Blue Planet and for those old enough to recall ITV’s World Of Sport, the Saturday afternoon wrestling from Brent Town Hall, Aquaman is like the weirdest dream you will ever have. It is also at least 25 minutes too long, thereby accomplishing the neat trick of being both a blast and a bore. It begins with Nicole Kidman, looking even more airb...
Tags: Mahershala Ali, Religion, America, Netflix, Atlantic, United States, Nicole Kidman, Hawaii, John Malkovich, Sandra Bullock, Las Vegas, Kristen Stewart, Stan Lee, David Attenborough, Donald Trump, Peter Jackson


How the Framing of ‘A Private War’ Does a Disservice to Its Subject – And Misses the Point Entirely

“I want people to know your story.” A Private War recognizes, in words, Marie Colvin’s ethos right from the get-go. Her mission, first and foremost, was to speak truth to power, unearthing the horrors bequeathed to civilians by leaders and governments. Rosamund Pike, who plays her in the film, repeats this mantra frequently, stressing the importance of telling individual stories from the world’s war-torn regions. Men buried in secret for decades (“ Uncovered: the secret grave of 600 murdered...
Tags: Movies, Jamie Dornan, Syria, Features, Anderson Cooper, Rosamund Pike, Times, Vanity Fair, Sri Lanka, Homs, Mohamed, Mimi, Noor, Pike, Robert Richardson, Iraq Libya


‘Bird Box’ Review: Frequently Terrifying, but Frustratingly Derivative

“It’s going to be rough,” Malorie says at the start of Bird Box. She’s looking right into the camera when she says this, and it’s as if she’s speaking directly to us – warning us that what we’re about to see is particularly unpleasant. It immediately sets the stage for Susanne Bier‘s frequently terrifying horror film, but it also doubles as a warning about the moviemaking itself – what you’re about to see isn’t going to unfold as smoothly as it should. Of course, Malorie – as played by Sandr...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Stephen King, Features, Netflix, Movie Reviews, Adaptation, John Malkovich, Sandra-Bullock, Sarah Paulson, Jacki Weaver, Trent Reznor, John Krasinski, Trump, Bullock, Zack Snyder


Scene-Stealer Tom Hollander on ‘A Private War,’ ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ and ‘Bird Box’

The holidays have come early for fans of Tom Hollander, with a plethora of new projects for the English actor who has emerged as one of the season’s favorite scene-stealers. Hollander has proven equally at home in period pieces (“Gosford Park”), wordy farce (“In the Loop”), action blockbusters (two “Pirates of the Caribbean” films), or […]
Tags: Features, Hollander, Tom Hollander, Gosford Park, Bohemian Rhapsody, Bird Box, A Private War


‘Mowgli’ Trailer: Andy Serkis’ ‘Jungle Book’ Heads to Netflix

Andy Serkis has been working on his adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book for several years, and was unable to head-off Disney’s own big budget, live-action remake of their animated film. Now, Serkis’ take on the material – titled Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle – is headed to a limited theatrical run before arriving on Netflix. Serkis has assembled an impressive line-up of voice talent to bring his animal characters to life, including Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Benedict Cumberbatch...
Tags: UK, London, Movies, Disney, Netflix, Andy-Serkis, Adaptation, Warner Bros, Movie Trailers, Naomie Harris, Rudyard Kipling, Freida Pinto, Mowgli, Action/Adventure, Tom Hollander, Rohan Chand


Trailer for Netflix's Release of Andy Serkis' Jungle Book Movie 'Mowgli'

"The jungle is changing… Man is taking more of it." Netflix has unveiled their new official trailer for the next Jungle Book movie titled Mowgli, or in full Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle, adapted from Rudyard Kipling's novel. This movie was going to be released by Warner Bros, but they sold it off to Netflix - who is putting it out in theaters later this month before it debuts on streaming in December. Very fast turnaround. This Mowgli is directed by Andy Serkis and features hybrid motion cap...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Netflix, Andy Serkis, Warner Bros, Rudyard Kipling, Mowgli, To Watch, Tom Hollander, Rohan Chand, Disney Legend of the Jungle


‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Early Buzz: Rami Malek Will Rock You, the Rest of the Movie Not So Much

Reactions from early screenings of Bohemian Rhapsody have hit the interwebs, and even as the Bryan Singer film received mixed reviews, most critics have found something to love about this by-the-numbers biopic. Or rather, somebody to love. Namely, star Rami Malek, whose performance as the legendary Queen frontman Freddie Mercury has already begun to gather Oscar buzz. Below, what critics have to say about the Bohemian Rhapsody early buzz. Bohemian Rhapsody, which chronicles the rise of the r...
Tags: New York, Movies, Wikipedia, Los Angeles, Fox, New York Times, Oscar, Freddie Mercury, Mike Myers, Musical, 20th Century Fox, True Story, Mike Ryan, Rami Malek, Malek, LA Times


‘A Private War’ Trailer: Rosamund Pike Fights For the Truth as Slain Journalist Marie Colvin

Rosamund Pike should have been launched to stardom following her chilling role in 2014’s Gone Girl, for which she received an Oscar nod. But alas, life is unfair and that didn’t happen. But four years later, Pike stars in A Private War, the gritty biopic about renowned war correspondent Marie Colvin. Could this be the role that finally earns Pike her place as a bonafide movie star? We’ll have to wait and see. A Private War Trailer Real-life Sunday Times journalist Marie Colvin may have ...
Tags: New York, London, Movies, Drama, Jamie Dornan, Los Angeles, War, Rosamund Pike, Movie Trailers, Sunday Times, Stanley-Tucci, Sri Lanka, True Story, Independent, Homs, Pike


‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Trailer: Is This the Real Life, Is This Just Fantasy?

An all-new Bohemian Rhapsody trailer is here. It’s a bit better than the previous one, but it still looks to be buried under the weight of biopic cliches. At the very least, it’s clear Rami Malek is going to make a great Freddie Mercury. Watch the Bohemian Rhapsody trailer below. Bohemian Rhapsody Trailer Some people were impressed with the previous Bohemian Rhapsody trailer, but to me it played like a recreation of the hilarious Beatles scene from Rock Hard, where actors playing famous...
Tags: Movies, Fox, Freddie Mercury, Mike-Myers, Movie Trailers, Musical, 20th Century Fox, Allen Leech, Sacha Baron Cohen, True Story, Mercury, Aidan Gillen, Rami Malek, Freddie, Ben Hardy, Dexter Fletcher


‘The Night Manager’s’ Tom Hollander Joins ‘Baptiste’ From ‘The Missing’ Producer

Tom Hollander, best known for his BAFTA-winning role in “The Night Manager” and the upcoming “Bohemian Rhapsody,” has joined the cast of “The Missing” spinoff “Baptiste,” from Two Brothers Pictures, producers of “Fleabag,” “Liar” and “The Missing.” The news was announced Monday at the Monte Carlo TV Festival. In the crime drama, Tchéky Karyo reprises […]
Tags: News, Global, BAFTA, Monte Carlo, Baptiste, Tom Hollander, Tchéky Karyo, Brothers Pictures


‘Mowgli’ Trailer and Featurette: Andy Serkis’s Long-Delayed Version of ‘The Jungle Book’ is Here

Andy Serkis is best known for his work in front of the camera in franchises like The Lord of the Rings and Planet of the Apes, but now Serkis is stepping behind the camera to direct his version of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book. This one’s called Mowgli, and it has a much more tactile feel to it than Jon Favreau’s largely CG Disney version from 2016. But will that be enough to convince audiences to see this film? Mowgli Trailer Say what you will about the necessity (the bare necessit...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Drama, India, Andy-Serkis, Adaptation, Christian Bale, Movie Trailers, Jon Favreau, Cate Blanchett, Warner Brothers, Naomie Harris, The Jungle Book, Rudyard Kipling, Favreau, Mowgli


First Official Trailer for Andy Serkis' New Jungle Book Movie 'Mowgli'

"When you were a cub… I looked you in the eye and saw no fear." Warner Bros has debuted the first official trailer for the next new Jungle Book movie titled Mowgli, adapted directly from Rudyard Kipling's novel. This is the new movie directed by Andy Serkis that features hybrid motion capture CGI and live-action, a bit like the other Jungle Book from Disney. And coming from Serkis, the master of motion capture, there's no doubt it's going to be amazing. Mowgli stars young newcomer Rohan Chan...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Disney, Andy Serkis, Bale, Warner Bros, Rudyard Kipling, Mowgli, Bagheera, To Watch, Tom Hollander, Rohan Chand, Serkis


Exit Lines: “Lobby Hero”

I had fun at Three Tall Women–too much fun, I suspect. Its original Off Broadway production, which won Edward Albee his third Pulitzer Prize in 1994 after a dry spell, was more quietly lacerating than what’s currently at the Golden, dreamier, stranger. I mean, all Albee plays are strange, occupying their own fascinating space between his imagination and ours. But this one, with three women, A, B, and C, who seem to have assigned roles (aging dowager mother, dutiful daughter, lawyer) in the first...
Tags: Music, Theatre, America, Manchester, Broadway, Edward Albee, Marines, Manhattan, Evans, Bill, William, Chris Evans, Zurich, Tom Stoppard, Patrick Marber, Exit Lines


Broadway Review: ‘Travesties’ Starring Tom Hollander

In the Roundabout Theatre Company’s Broadway revival of “Travesties,” a sign (“Ruhe Bitte”) on the show’s set advises us to please be quiet in the Zurich reading room where Tom Stoppard’s 1973 comedy takes place. But you can forget about that, because the sound of laughter can’t be contained. Written when the playwright (“Arcadia,” “The […]
Tags: Reviews, Broadway, Zurich, Tom Stoppard, Patrick Marber, Roundabout Theatre Company, Tom Hollander


Review: Screwball Eggheads Tear Up the Library in ‘Travesties’

This exuberant revival of Tom Stoppard’s 1974 comedy of the intellect, starring Tom Hollander, is one of the sweetest and strangest defenses of art.
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Tom Hollander Is Starring on Broadway, Poor Guy

He’s gotten great reviews as the comic center of Tom Stoppard’s “Travesties.” So why is he worried about his lines, his future and the little finger on his left hand?
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Stanley Tucci Joins the Cast of A Private War

Stanley Tucci joins the cast of A Private War Actor Stanley Tucci (Transformers: The Last Knight, The Hunger Games franchise) is joining Jamie Dornan (Fifty Shades of Grey), Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl) and Tom Hollander (The Night Manager) in the cast of the upcoming biopic A Private War, according to Variety. Filming is currently underway in London after completing shooting in Jordan. A Private War is the story of American journalist Marie Colvin, who covered wars and conflicts for the British...
Tags: London, Movies, Jamie Dornan, Syria, Jordan, Stanley Tucci, Sri Lanka, Matt Smith, Homs, Tucci, Colvin, International Women s Media Foundation, Movie News, Tom Hollander, Riverstone, Erica Lee


Stanley Tucci Joins Rosamund Pike, Jamie Dornan in ‘A Private War’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Stanley Tucci has enlisted in “A Private War,” the upcoming movie about famed war correspondent Marie Colvin, Variety has learned. He joins Rosamund Pike (“Gone Girl”), Jamie Dornan (“Fifty Shades of Grey”), and Tom Hollander (“The Night Manager”) in the picture. Pike plays Colvin, and Dornan photographer Paul Conroy. Based on a Vanity Fair article, […]
Tags: News, Jamie Dornan, Global, Rosamund Pike, Stanley Tucci, Vanity Fair, Pike, Dornan, Matthew Heineman, Colvin, Tom Hollander, Paul Conroy, A Private War, Rosamund Pike Jamie Dornan, Marie Colvin Variety


Theater News: Broadway Revival of Tom Stoppard's Travesties Completes Casting

The Roundabout Theatre Company production will star Tom Hollander, reprising his recent West End performance.
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Bryan Singer Fired from Queen Biopic Due to On-Set Drama

Remember the old days – back in that enchanted time of, oh, about three or four years ago – when hearing about a director getting fired from a movie was something of a rarity in Hollywood? Lucasfilm has practically made it into a common practice since then with people like Josh Trank, Lord and Miller, and Colin Trevorrow famously falling to the wayside of various Star Wars productions, but before that, firing a director was considered a pretty big deal. Now there’s a new non-Star Wars-related f...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, Drama, Fox, Bryan-Singer, Musical, Lucasfilm, 20th Century Fox, True Story, Colin Trevorrow, Miller, Bryan, Rami Malek, Josh Trank, Emma Watts


Tom Hollander Joins Rosamund Pike, Jamie Dornan in ‘A Private War’

Tom Hollander has joined the cast of the independent drama “A Private War” opposite Rosamund Pike and Jamie Dornan with shooting starting this week in Jordan, followed by a move to the U.K. early next year. The casting was unveiled Tuesday along with Matthew George’s Acacia Entertainment announcing it will produce and finance “A Private […]
Tags: News, Jamie Dornan, Jordan, Rosamund Pike, Matthew George, Tom Hollander, Acacia Entertainment, A Private War, Rosamund Pike Jamie Dornan