Jim Broadbent

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Men in grey: Paul Whitehouse, Ray Winstone, Michael Caine, Michael Gambon and Tom Courtenay in ‘King of Thieves’

Following the Hatton Garden safe deposit burglary in 2015, there were inevitable suggestions that a “major Hollywood movie” was on the way. Given the (...)

It’s ‘The Outlaw Josey Wales’ with more rain and fewer Comanche

“It is the most significant moment in Irish history,” Stephen Rea said at the Berlin premiere of Lance Daly’s gloomy revenge drama. “We all live with (...)

Anthony Hopkins: ‘Work has kept me going. Work has given me my energy.’ Photograph: Vera Anderson/WireImage

For anyone who looks toward their later years with trepidation, Sir Anthony Hopkins (“Tony, please”) is a proper tonic. He is 79, and happier than he (...)

Nobody’s fool:  Anthony Hopkins. Photograph: Ed Miller

King Lear Monday, BBC Two, 9.30pm A mad king rules over a totalitarian military dictatorship in England, and pretty soon everything descends into chao(...)

Mary (The BFG’s Ruby Barnhill) is a red-headed klutz holidaying at her great-aunt Charlotte’s estate, and providing much amusement for Peter, the loca(...)

Buckley is currently appearing in BBC’s big-budgeted adaption of Wilkie Collins’s novel ‘The Woman in White’

“Sure nobody ever recognises me,” says Jessie Buckley. “I’m always scurrying around London under a hat and looking like a homeless person.” She laugh(...)

Jon Snow: any spare dragonglass going?

Who can you trust these days in a war-torn, backstabbing, deeply divided Westeros? After an opening episode pulsing with revenge and leadership issues(...)

Jason Bateman in Ozark

“Scratch. Wampum. Dough. Sugar. Clams. Loot. Bills. Bones. Money... But what is money?” So begins Ozark (Netflix, streaming from Friday), in narcolept(...)

Charlotte Rampling and Jim Broadbent

Ritesh Batra, director of the charming, but sentimental The Lunchbox, does not seem like an obvious choice to tackle Julian Barnes’s cool, dryly comic(...)

London Spy: Ben Whishaw is determined to discover the truth

As an espionage thriller London Spy (BBC Two, Monday) reveals itself slowly. We get the London bit from the first scene – beautiful blue-grey shots of(...)

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