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English actress Natalie Dormer is best known for playing beguiling femme fatales as astute as they are alluring—currently as Margaery Tyrell on Game of Thrones, formerly as Irene Adler on Elementary and Anne Boleyn on The Tudors, as well as "The Blonde" who seduces Brad Pitt in The Counselor. “I love those women that I play that have sexual power," Dormer told The Daily Beast in an interview published today. "But I’m trying to step away from it for me, and for my artistic growth. It’s also more who I am. I’m not that woman." And »
- Carolyn Todd
London - This summer, Natalie Dormer was part of the "Women Who Kick-Ass" panel in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con, during which she called roles like Jennifer Lawrence's Katniss an "anomaly" in male-dominated blockbuster plotlines. When HitFix caught up with the "Game of Thrones" actress during "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1" press day in London this month, Dormer went into more detail on female and feminism trends in Hollywood. "There's a wave coming. The swell has started," she said. "I'm not much interested in waving the 'girl power' flag, I'm more interested in feminism meaning equality." In the dystopian future of "The Hunger Games" franchise, there's much more of the sense that men and women share equal rights -- in that some members of society don't have any at all, or that the heroes and the villains are male and female in seemingly equal measure, with Katness up front. »
- Katie Hasty
Some people may not know the name Natalie Dormer yet, but unless those people avoid screens at all costs (or don’t watch interesting things), they know who she is. She’s been Moriarty on Elementary, and has one of the coolest roles on Game of Thrones. She was Anne Boleyn on The Tudors, and, long story short, she’s everywhere at the moment. She’s also in a little number coming your way soon, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 (she’s in Part 2 as well).
In the clip above you can catch her introducing her team.
She recently grabbed attention for shaving half her head, which she talks about with Cosmo in their full interview (see a couple of snippets below), and now, as she hits as Cressida, you’re going to be hearing her name a lot. She goes futuristic in her shoot for Cosmo, and her »
- Marc Eastman
As part of a special week long feature to coincide with the home entertainment release of Vikings series 2, Flickering Myth sits down in conversation with the cast and creator Michael Hirst to go behind the scenes of the critically acclaimed historical drama.
From the reflections of two onscreen brothers, and the new faces of sea series 2 creator, writer and producer Michael Hirst reflects on his passion for history and bringing the Vikings to life for a modern audience…
Paul Risker: The opening gambit would be history – what draws you to it? Clearly you are a fan and something of a scholar… Would you say scholar is the correct term?
Michael Hirst: No I wouldn’t. I went to three universities. The first was The London School of Economics where I went to study history, but I walked out on that, and »
- Gary Collinson
London — International sales outfit Cinema Management Group has taken worldwide distribution rights to “The Messenger,” and will be selling the pic at the Afm. The trailer for the film launched today.
The feature is directed by David Blair (“Best Laid Plans,” “Accused”). The cast includes Robert Sheehan (“The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones,” “Misfits”), Joely Richardson (“Nip/Tuck,” “Girl With the Dragon Tattoo”), Jack Fox (“Dracula,” “Fresh Meat”), Lily Cole (“The Moth Diaries,” “Snow-white and the Huntsman”), David O’Hara (“Reach Me,” “The Departed”) and Tamzin Merchant (“Jane Eyre,” “The Tudors”).
The pic is the story of Jack: in and out of secure units all of his young life, subjected to every drug thrown at him, every treatment they can think of… but nothing is able to make the dead go away, they always find a way through. The pic is the story of Jack’s last melt down: a story of frustration and guilt, »
- Leo Barraclough
Fighting the good fight takes a gnarly turn in the series premiere of Constantine, NBC’s new supernatural drama based on the DC Comic Hellblazer. After watching Friday night’s premiere, are you willing to stand with the title character against the forces of evil?
We want to hear your thoughts on the episode, but first, a brief recap:
We first meet John Constantine (Matt Ryan, The Tudors) as he’s willingly being prepped for electroshock therapy at a psychiatric treatment facility in England. “In my line of work, there are days you just need to forget,” he tells us via voiceover. »
John Constantine‘s business cards read “Exorcist, Demonologist and Master of the Dark Arts” — and all three of those vocations get a workout in NBC’s new drama based on the popular DC Comics character.
After decades in the Hellblazer comics and one ill-fated run at the big screen, Constantine makes his TV debut Friday (10/9c). Welsh actor Matt Ryan (Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, The Tudors) plays the trenchcoated demon whisperer, a tortured con man who’d prefer to abandon his occult work but feels compelled to help those who need him most.
Video Exclusive Sneak Peek: Constantine Gets Some »
Natalie Dormer is one tough cookie, as evidenced by her steely turns in Game of Thrones, The Tudors, Elementary, and the upcoming The Hunger Games: Mockingjay. Now she’s going to use that spirit to battle supernatural forces for David Goyer. The British actress has just signed on for The Forest, a thriller set in Japan’s Aokigahara […]
- Angie Han
“Buffy’s” Nicholas Brendon apologizes for arrest, says he’s going to rehab Brendon says in a Facebook post his arrest was the result of mixing prescription painkiller with alcohol. "The result was embarrassing and unacceptable,” he explains. "I intend to seek appropriate treatment and therapy for my medical ailments as well as my emotional demons.” “The Walking Dead” holds up in Week 2 with Peyton Manning as a competition About 15.143 million watched last night’s episode. Henry Rollins goes from History channel to “He Never Died” horror-comedy miniseries The punk rocker, who currently host H2’s “10 Things You Didn’t Know About,” has singed on to star in a miniseries based on the 2014 film “He Never Died,” which he also stars in. Click Read Full Post For More DirecTV’s “Full Circle” Season 2 cast includes Calista Flockhart, Eric McCormack, Kate Burton, Terry O’Quinn Also joining Season 2 are Chris Bauer, »
- Norman Weiss
Fox's Sleepy Hollow is getting another infusion of British talent: EW has learned exclusively that Yorkshire native Max Brown has been cast in a pivotal role. Brown may be best known for playing medical examiner Evan Marks on The CW's Beauty and the Beast and Edward Seymour, brother of King Henry VIII's third wife Jane, on Showtime's The Tudors. (He was also set to star as a thief named Ambrose in Hieroglyph, Fox's splashy Ancient Egypt-set series—which was canceled before it even had a chance to premiere.) On Sleepy Hollow, Fox says he'll portray "a powerful and mysterious new ally known, »
- Hillary Busis
Most people would be happy to have an angel watching over their shoulder.
Most people are not Constantine.
In this exclusive clip from NBC’s forthcoming supernatural drama, exorcist-and-all-around-spiritual-wrangler John Constantine (Matt Ryan, The Tudors) gets a visit from a heavenly host named Manny (Harold Perrineau, Lost).
But Constantine’s not happy to see the winged one, and he’s even less pleased to hear about Manny’s mission.
The new series, based on the DC comic, follows Ryan’s tortured character as he fights evil, helps those in need and battles his own demons.
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Sam Neill has joined the cast of the CBS miniseries The Dovekeepers, EW has learned. Based on Alice Hoffman’s novel, the four-part miniseries tells the story of four women whose lives intersect as they fight for survival when 900 Jews are besieged for months in a fortress at Masada. Neill will play Josephus, the somewhat controversial first-century Jewish scholar and historian. In this project, he is seen interviewing the few adult survivors of the Siege of Masada in order to record the events that took place prior to and during the siege. These interviews are the firsthand accounts included among »
- Natalie Abrams
Carnaby will present the feature film project to international buyers at the American Film Market in November, and will be screening footage.
The film, which began production in London last week, marks the directional debut of Martha Pinson, who worked as a script supervisor on Scorsese’s “The Aviator,” “The Departed,” “Shutter Island” and “Hugo.”
“Tomorrow” explores the difficulties soldiers encounter as they try to reintegrate back into society having served for their country.
Cast includes Stephen Fry (“The Hobbit”), Stephanie Leonidas (“Defiance”), Sebastian Street (“Age of Heroes”), Stuart Brennan (“Risen”), Sophie Kennedy-Clark (“Nymphomaniac,” “Philomena”), Paul Kaye (“Game of Thrones”) and Joss Stone (“The Tudors”).
Pic is produced by London-based production companies Roaring Mouse Prods. and Studio 82. The script was penned by Stuart Brennan and Street, »
- Leo Barraclough
Carnaby to launch sales on Ptsd soldier drama at Afm.
Carnaby will handle worldwide rights for the film, excluding the Us, which is being handled by William Morris Endeavor (Wme).
Sales will launch at the American Film Market (Afm) (Nov 5-12), where Carnaby will screen the first footage from the film to select international buyers.
Produced by London-based Roaring Mouse Productions and Studio 82, Tomorrow marks the first British film to be executive produced by Scorsese.
The script »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Rosser)
Is Natalie Dormer, one of television’s most indispensable supporting players, on the cusp of a Hollywood breakthrough? That appears to be the case today, with news that the Game of Thrones beauty has been selected by Screen Gems to lead its upcoming apocalyptic action-thriller Patient Zero.
The film focuses on the aftermath of an unprecedented global pandemic, a particularly aggressive form of rabies that turns those infected into extremely violent predators. One human (Dormer) inexplicably gifted with the ability to speak the language of the infected is tasked with finding a cure for the pandemic by tracking down the mysterious Patient Zero.
It’s the most sizable big-screen role for the talented actress to date. On the TV side of things, Dormer has amassed a huge fan base over the years by playing complex characters like Anne Boleyn on Showtime’s The Tudors, Sarah Etches on BBC series The Fades »
- Isaac Feldberg
The film, about the difficulty soldiers experience after returning from war, will star Stephen Fry (The Hobbit), Stephanie Leonidas (Defiance), Sebastian Street (Age of Heroes), Stuart Brennan (Risen), Sophie Kennedy-Clark (Nymphomaniac, Philomena), Paul Kaye (Game of Thrones) and Joss Stone (The Tudors).
Six weeks of principal photography has begun across London locations to include Battersea, Borough and Shoreditch, as well as Tedworth House in Wiltshire, home for recovering soldiers, and Spain in October.
The film, produced by London-based Roaring Mouse Productions and Studio 82, marks the feature directorial debut of Martha Pinson, Scorsese’s script supervisor.
Pinson previously directed award-winning short Don’t Nobody Love the Game More Than Me and off-Broadway plays as well »
- email@example.com (Michael Rosser)
The film, which explores the difficult reintegration into normal society of battle-worn soldiers, starts production in London today. It will continue in a Wiltshire home for recovering soldiers and also in Spain.
Confirmed cast includes Stephen Fry (“The Hobbit”), Sophie Kennedy-Clark (“Nymphomaniac” I and II), Paul Kaye (“Game of Thrones”) Stephanie Leonidas (“Defiance”), Sebastian Street (“Age of Heroes”), Staurt Brennan (“Risen”) and Joss Stone (“The Tudors”).
“Tomorrow” is produced by U.K.-based Roaring Mouse Productions and Studio 82. Producers are screenwriters Brennan and Street, as well as Dean M. Woodford. Scorsese and Emma Tillinger Koskoff take executive producer credits.
Pinson has directed short films and stage plays and worked with Oliver Stone and Sidney Lumet. She worked alongside Scorsese on four of his recent features, “The Aviator,” “The Departed,” “Shutter Island,” and “Hugo. »
- Patrick Frater
Gerard Depardieu will be joining the cast of new Hungarian drama It’S Showtime, Siberia.
The film follows a group of POWs in a Siberian camp during Wwi, who put on an old musical (stage show The Czardash Princess, which was first performed in 1915).
Depardieu is not the only big name connected to the project. Sarah Bolger (Stormbreaker, The Tudors) stars as a singer and Jamie Campbell Bower as the conductor. Academy Award winning director Robert Dornhelm (documentary The Children Of Theatre Street) will be behind the camera.
It’S Showtime Siberia sounds like a mixture of Life Is Beautiful and Timberlake Wertenbaker’s stage drama Our Country’s Good, both of which explore the use of art and humour in the face of extreme adversity and dehumanisation. The former follows a father’s attempts to “rescue” his son from the reality of the concentration camp they’ve been sent »
- Claire Joanne Huxham
Hello again, dear readers. It’s the beginning of September, and another summer movie season has ended. Personally, I plan on checking out the new horror film As Above, So Below, which just came out on Friday. And in the meantime, this week’s installment of Trailer Trashin’ looks at another upcoming horror film, the October release Annabelle.
Premise: John Form (Ward Horton) has found the perfect gift for his expectant wife Mia (Annabelle Wallis) – a beautiful, vintage doll in a pure white wedding dress, which she names Annabelle. But Mia’s delight with the doll doesn’t last long. On one horrific night, their home is invaded by members of a satanic cult, who violently attack the couple. Spilled blood and terror are not all they leave behind. The cultists have conjured an entity so malevolent that nothing they did will compare to the sinister conduit to the damned that is now… »
- Timothy Monforton
Netflix, Inc. and Warner Bros. Worldwide Television Distribution announced today an unprecedented agreement that makes Netflix the exclusive subscription video on demand (Svod) home of the highly anticipated series, Gotham in each of the territories in which the world's leading Internet TV network current operates and select other territories. Each season of the series will be available to Netflix members following linear broadcast beginning in 2015.
Premiering on September 22 on Fox in the United States, the series draws on the origin story of Batman, taking place in Gotham City as young Detective (and future Commissioner) James Gordon and the recently orphaned Bruce Wayne meet in the troubled days before the arrival of the Dark Knight. With a stellar cast including Ben McKenzie (Southland, The O.C.), Donal Logue (Vikings, Sons of Anarchy) and Jada Pinkett Smith (The Matrix Reloaded, Ali, Hawthorne, Collateral) and Sean Pertwee (The Musketeers, Elementary, Luther, The Tudors), the »
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