4. Brooklyn (2015) Walters delivered a glorious blast of focused comedy in this heartfelt drama, based on the Colm Toibin novel, with Saoirse Ronan as Eilis, a shy young woman who emigrates from 50s Ireland and finds herself in New York, where she finds love with an Italian boy. Her landlady is the sharp-tongued Mrs Kehoe, sumptuously played by Walters, who presides over a nightly dinner that all her young tenant ladies are expected to attend. She is on the lookout for any sign of giggly flightiness. “I’ll tell you this much,” Kehoe snaps. “I am going to ask Father Flood to preach a sermon on the dangers of giddiness. I now see that giddiness is the eighth deadly sin. A giddy girl is every bit as evil as a slothful man, and the noise she makes is a lot worse!” … [Read more...] about Julie Walters’ best film performances – ranked!
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A third was desperate for more after seeing the film: "The thing that SUCKS about 365 DNI being on Netflix is that we gotta wait for the next two movies to come out in Europe and THEN hit Netflix. The books aren’t even written in English. Only in Polish. God hates me." … [Read more...] about Fifty Shades fans think Netflix’s 365 DNI is ‘even hotter’ – but not everyone’s impressed
Peter Morgan-penned The Crown will return for Season 4 later this year. The show snuck under the wire in wrapping just before the coronavirus pandemic swept through the UK, but it did rob the current cast of a farewell party. … [Read more...] about ‘The Crown’: Oscar Nominee Lesley Manville Cast As Princess Margaret
“This is a green light that signals that the UK is open for business again for film and high-end TV production,” said an industry source. “Many productions have to get up and running again in the next two months or they won’t get made this year as they rely on summer weather and conditions.” … [Read more...] about The Batman among movies given go-ahead for restart of UK filming
Woolley’s experience of strict rules on writing credits revolves around Interview With the Vampire, the 1994 film he produced, which was based on Anne Rice’s novel. According to Woolley, the director Neil Jordan wrote a script based on Rice’s book, but it emerged Rice had also written a version and because of similarities, she was awarded the screenplay credit for the film by the Writers Guild of America (WGA). … [Read more...] about Yesterday credits row shows trouble’s never far away in film writing