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Fifteen years of marriage for anyone is an accomplishment, but for celebrities it's practically a miracle. Today just so happens to be Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones' 15-year wedding anniversary, and while their union hasn't been without its ups and downs, both stars realize reaching this major relationship milestone is a true cause for celebration. Douglas, 71, posted a touching photo on Facebook of himself and Catherine, now 46, from their wedding day as well as a present-day selfie. "15 years ago and today...." he wrote simply. "Happy Anniversary Catherine!" His bride was also feeling sentimental about the couple's anniversary. She posted a sweet snap of herself »
Happy anniversary, Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones! It's officially been 15 years since the famous lovebirds tied the knot in a gorgeous fairy tale wedding at the Plaza Hotel in New York City, since then raising two children, Carys, now 12, and Dylan, 15, and sharing what is safe to assume are some unforgettable memories. The couple (who also happen to share a birthday!) were most recently spotted enjoying an exciting day at the 2015 U.S. Open in September and celebrating the premiere of Douglas' hit movie Ant-Man over the summer. Not long ago, however, it didn't seem as if a 15th anniversary was in the cards for Douglas and Zeta-Jones. Just over two years ago, the »
There are lots of changes in this year's Golden Globes races, which means now is a good time to log-in and update your predictions. -Break- Dish the Golden Globes & Oscars with Hollywood insiders in our red-hot forums Rooney Mara ("Carol") and Alicia Vikander ("The Danish Girl") upgraded from supporting to lead As reported by one of our Oscar Experts, Pete Hammond (Deadline), the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is ruling that Best Supporting Actress frontrunners Mara and Vikander are actually leading ladies. This isn't the first time the Globes have thrown a wrench into an Oscar campaign, but it doesn't necessarily mean a complete overhaul of the Oscar race; remember that the HFPA ruled Catherine Zeta-Jones a lead in "Chicago" in 2002, but she won Best Supporting Actress at the Oscars anyway. Sometimes the opposite happens: Kate Winslet won Best Supporting Actress for "The Reader" ...' »
Bona film group celebrated its 15th anniversary in June with a lavish dinner for some 200 friends at a luxury hotel in Shanghai. Among the touches were Coca-Cola bottles personalized with the names of each of the guests.
The 15 years that Bona has existed neatly coincides with the 15-year history of the Chinese film industry in the modern era. Prior to deregulation, the landscape meant domination by state-owned studios whose twin tasks were propaganda and job creation. Sweeping changes allowed the emergence of private sector players and growing innovation.
On Nov. 4, Bona signed a deal to invest $235 million in a slate of Hollywood tentpole movies from 20th Century Fox. The distributor is making the investment through Tsg Entertainment Finance, headed by financial guru Chip Seelig’s the Seelig Group.
Despite its bifurcated roots at Polybona and Poly Group, the commercial wing of the Chinese army, Bona Film Group can claim to »
- Patrick Frater
EastEnders star Shane Richie will play Bill Pertwee in the one-off film, with the rest of the Dad's Army actors portrayed by Julian Sands (as John Le Mesurier), Mark Heap (as Clive Dunn), Kevin Bishop (as James Beck), Michael Cochrane (as Arnold Ridley) and Ralph Riach (as John Laurie).
Sunday night's episode of Downton Abbey may have been less bloody than last week's, but that's not to say this episode lacked any shocking moments of its own.
Between complicated relationships both new and old, an unexpected new role for Cora and the unwelcome - but very necessary - decision to open the Abbey to the public to raise some funds, the latest episode of Downton had a lot to talk about and Digital Spy was on hand to find out exactly what you thought:
Not everyone thinks it's a good idea to open Downton Abbey up to the public:
Flashforward to Mary and George beating off the National Trust with sticks #Downton #DowntonAbbey
— Marianka Swain (@mkmswain) October 25, 2015
Cora: "Don't forget to exit via the gift shop, where you can buy #DowntonAbbey cushions, jigsaws and 'What's a Weekend?' t-shirts." #Downton
— Jon Reed (@jonreed) October 25, 2015
"and this is where we »
"This is it, men - our chance to play a real part in this war." Universal has debuted the second, full-length trailer for an upcoming comedy called Dad's Army, based on a classic 1960's BBC television series of the same name. The big, goofy WWII comedy is about a ragtag group of Home Guard local defense volunteers at Walmington-on-Sea who get into some mischievous trouble when word is there is a spy on the lose. The cast includes Bill Nighy, Toby Jones, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Tom Courtenay, Michael Gambon, Blake Harrison, Daniel Mays and Bill Paterson. This kind of humor won't exactly play well with everyone, but surprisingly it looks quite funny, so give it a chance why don'tcha. Maybe you'll find yourself laughing. Here's the two official UK trailers for Oliver Parker's Dad's Army, from Uni UK's YouTube (via Tmb): It is 1944 and World War II is reaching its climax. »
- Alex Billington
Classic UK sitcom Dad's Army is headed to the big screen with a new feature film adaptation directed by Oliver Parker. Blessed with an amazing cast of UK talents - Catherine Zeta Jones, Bill Nighy, Michael Gambon, and Toby Jones are the most immediately recognizable but there are lots more in there - the new feature is very much in the spirit of the original series and the just released trailer promises great fun in a very stiff-upper-lip, let's impress this lady while catching Hitler sort of way.Take a look at the trailer below!...
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Depending on your affection for classic British television, you’ll either find the new trailer for Oliver Parker’s Dad’s Army genuinely hilarious, or pretty unremarkable.
It’s British humor through and through, lifting inspiration from the eponymous BBC sitcom that originally ran for 9 season between 1968 to 1977. A big-screen rendition has flirted with cinema numerous times in the past, though Parker has whipped together a colorful, star-studded ensemble, enlisting the likes of Bill Nighy, Sir Michael Gambon, Toby Jones and Sir Tom Courtenay as members of the titular, bumbling platoon.
Taking place during the dying days of World War II, Dad’s Army unfolds across Walmington-on-sea, as our characters work to drum up morale amongst the home nation with the majority of the Home Guard fighting on the front lines. But when news breaks of a spy infiltrating their ranks, the regiment must search within their own ranks as »
- Michael Briers
How deep you roll with classic British television comedies will likely weigh on how much interest you have in "Dad's Army." It's the big screen, semi-star studded take on the series which ran in the late '60s and '70s, and there's no doubt that the humor is in a very particularly English strain. But if you vibe with it, then it looks like the movie will deliver. Bill Nighy, Catherine Zeta Jones, Toby Jones, Daniel Mays, Michael Gambon, Bill Paterson and Tom Courtenay suit up for the Oliver Parker ("Johnny English Reborn") directed movie which finds laughs as World War II is closing out, and a bumbling contingent of the home guard have to find a spy in their midst. Here's the official synopsis: It is 1944 and World War II is reaching its climax. The Allies are poised to invade France and finally defeat the German army. But »
- Kevin Jagernauth
First came a poster, then came more posters and now it’s the turn of Dad’s Army’s new upper-lip-stiffening trailer to arrive on the internet. If carpet-bombing the internet with promotional materials was a war-winning gambit, Captain Mainwaring and co would be in Berlin by now. Click on the YouTube link below to inspect the troops.It’s the turn of Catherine Zeta-Jones’ glamorous journalist Rose Winters to step into the spotlight. She’s the rogue element that has Mainwaring (Toby Jones), Corporal Jones (Tom Courtenay) and co tripping over themselves to make an impression, and the Walmington-on-Sea womenfolk raising a wary collective eyebrow. More serious, though, is the presence of a Nazi agent in or near the town. With the Allied invasion of Europe in the offing, this could put the Hitler-looking cat right among the Allied pigeons.There’s plenty of those beloved Dad’s Army nods in evidence here, »
Following on from an awkward teaser, a decidedly better full trailer has turned up for the film adaptation of the classic British sitcom "Dad's Army". Toby Jones, Bill Nighy, Michael Gambon, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Mark Gatiss, Tom Courtenay and Sarah Lancashire star in the film which opens February 5th in the United Kingdom.
The original show followed a fictional British town's platoon of veterans who've been tasked with defending against possible invasion of Blighty by the Nazis. In the film, Zeta-Jones plays a journalist doing a story on the group - but she may also be a German spy.
- Garth Franklin
Following the latest one-sheet, Universal Pictures has released a brand new trailer for the upcoming Dad’s Army movie, along with four character posters…
See Also: New Dad’s Army promo image recreates classic TV show still
It is 1944 and World War II is reaching its climax. The Allies are poised to invade France and finally defeat the German army. But in Walmington-on-Sea morale amongst the Home Guard is low. Their new mission then – to patrol the Dover army base – is a great chance to revive spirits and reputation, that is until glamorous journalist Rose Winters arrives to write about their exploits, setting the pulses racing and putting the local women on red alert. MI5 then discover a radio signal sent direct to Berlin from Walmington-on-Sea. There’s a spy on the loose! The outcome of the war is suddenly at stake, and it falls to our unlikely heroes to stand up and be counted. »
- Gary Collinson
Dad’s Army trailer
The new Dad’s Army trailer has been released, and gives us a more detailed look at the movie adaptation of the classic TV sitcom, which arrives on our shores in February. The much-loved TV series was originally transformed into a feature back in 1971, but with the new 2016 version, obviously featuring a brand new cast, looks likely to delight as much as the originals, with some decent-looking performances from its all-star cast.
Here’s the synopsis, followed by the new Dad’s Army trailer.
It is 1944 and World War II is reaching its climax. The Allies are poised to invade France and finally defeat the German army. But in Walmington-on-Sea morale amongst the Home Guard is low. Their new mission then – to patrol the Dover army base – is a great chance to revive spirits and reputation, that is until glamorous journalist Rose Winters arrives to write about their exploits, »
- Paul Heath
Here’s the brand new trailer for Dad’s Army – the theatrical feature based around the much loved TV show. The cast of the movie is rather fantastic and includes the likes of Bill Nighy as Wilson, Catherine Zeta Jones as Rose, Toby Jones as Captain Mainwaring, Tom Courtenay as Corporal Jones, Michael Gambon as Godfrey,
The post Dad’s Army gets new Trailer and batch of new Posters appeared first on HeyUGuys. »
- David Sztypuljak
Based upon the classic comedy series, the clip sees the Home Guard introduced to glamorous reporter Rose Winters, played by Zeta-Jones.
Rose is in Walmington-on-Sea to write a piece on Mainwaring's troops, making an impression among the villagers with her designer style in an era of strict rationing.
Toby Jones' Captain Mainwaring also delivers a few one-liners as his team, which includes Bill Nighy, Michael Gambon and The Inbetweeners' Blake Harrison, try to discover a Nazi spy within their village.
Jones previously talked to Digital Spy about playing Mainwaring in Dad's Army, saying: "It was fun.
"It was really nerve-wracking. It was one of those jobs where you go, 'No, that's a terrible idea, I don't want anything to do with that, thank you very much'.
He added: "They sent [Hamish McColl's] script - it was really good. »
Pre-booking is open for the Dad's Army movie - and here's a new trailer and character posters...
In the same week that ticket pre-booking for Star Wars: The Force Awakens opened, Universal has confirmed that you can now buy your tickets in advance for the Dad's Army movie. The film arrives in UK cinemas on February 5th 2016, and such is the studio's confidence in the movie, that tickets are on sale for it three and half months before the film opens. See www.dadsarmytickets.co.uk for more on them.
To help persuade you to part with your cash, a brand new trailer for Dad's Army has been released. And you can see that right here...
Furthermore, we have a synopsis here...
It is 1944 and World War II is reaching its climax. The Allies are poised to invade France and finally defeat the German army. But »
The key players of the big screen adaptation of Dad’s Army are lined up on a grassy mound – in full uniform and holding on to weapons – in a new poster for the film. Bill Nighy and Toby Jones take centre stage with the rest of the main cast, including Michael Gambon, Tom Courtenay and Catherine Zeta-Jones, visible in character as well. The text at the top reads: ‘The British Empire Strikes Back’.
The poster follows the release of the official trailer in August [watch it here] and the story appears to be in keeping with the original hit TV series.
It is 1944 and World War II is reaching its climax. The Allies are poised to invade France and finally defeat the German army. But in Walmington-on-Sea morale amongst the Home Guard is low. Their new mission then – to patrol the Dover army base – is a great chance to revive spirits and reputation, »
- Sara Hemrajani
Just yesterday we brought you two magnificent UK posters for the upcoming movie version of the much-loved British sitcom Dad’s Army. Today, we can share four new character posters for the film, which will open next February (watch the trailer here).
Here’s the synopsis, courtesy of Universal:
It is 1944 and World War II is reaching its climax. The Allies are poised to invade France and finally defeat the German army. But in Walmington-on-Sea morale amongst the Home Guard is low. Their new mission then – to patrol the Dover army base – is a great chance to revive spirits and reputation, that is until glamorous journalist Rose Winters arrives to write about their exploits, setting the pulses racing and putting the local women on red alert. MI5 then discover a radio signal sent direct to Berlin from Walmington-on-Sea. There’s a spy on the loose! The outcome of the war is suddenly at stake, »
- Paul Heath
Thank You for Your Service
Haley Bennett ("The Equalizer") is in talks to play a love interest of Miles Teller in Jason Hall's post-traumatic stress disorder drama "Thank You for Your Service" for DreamWorks Pictures. Bennett is the top choice but no offer has been made as yet.
Based on David Finkel's 2013 book of the same name follows up the fate of a battalion chronicled in an earlier Finkel book which engaged in a 15-month tour of Baghdad during the surge of 2007-08. [Source: Variety]
Chanel Celaya ("21 Jump Street") is set to join Richie Keen's comedy "Fist Fight" at New Line. Christina Hendricks, Tracy Morgan, Jillian Bell and Dean Norris are also on board to star in the film which Evan Susser and Van Robichaux penned.
- Garth Franklin
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