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First look at Rob Brydon in comedy 'Swimming With Men'

16 May 2017 11:00 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Oliver Parker is directing the synchronised swimming comedy.

Screen can reveal the first look at Dad’s Army director Oliver Parker’s comedy Swimming With Men, produced by Stewart le Maréchal and Anna Mohr-Pietsch (The Infidel) of Met Film and Maggie Monteith of Dignity Film Finance (Brotherhood), in association with Amp Film.

Aschlin Ditta wrote the screenplay.

Exec producers include Paul Webster (Atonement) and Guy Heeley (Locke) of Shoebox Films and Al Morrow (Sour Grapes) and Jonny Persey (Little Ashes) of Met Film. Umedia are also on board as co-producers and financiers

The picture depicts (from left) Thomas Turgoose (This is England), Jim Carter (Downton Abbey), Daniel Mays (Rogue One), Adeel Akhtar (The Night Manager), Rob Brydon (The Trip) and Rupert Graves (Sherlock).

Also starring are Charlotte Riley (Edge Of Tomorrow) and Jane Horrocks (Little Voice).

HanWay handles sales on the movie, currently in production, about a man (Brydon) who finds new meaning in his life »

- andreas.wiseman@screendaily.com (Andreas Wiseman)

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The Sense Of An Ending Arrives on Digital HD May 23rd and DVD and On Demand June 6th

16 May 2017 6:19 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Unravel the truth when the suspenseful drama, based on the acclaimed novel, The Sense of an Ending, arrives on Digital HD May 23 and DVD and On Demand June 6 from Lionsgate. 

The Sense of an Ending maintains intrigue and emotional magnetism as its mystery unfolds.” – Glenn Kenny, The New York Times

Unravel the truth when the suspenseful drama, based on the acclaimed novel, The Sense of an Ending, arrives on Digital HD May 23 and DVD and On Demand June 6 from Lionsgate. Academy Award® winner Jim Broadbent (Best Supporting Actor, Iris, 2001) shines in “an outstanding performance” (Vanity Fair) as a man who becomes haunted by his past when given a mysterious legacy. The all-star cast also includes Academy Award® nominee Charlotte Rampling (Best Actress, 45 Years, 2015), Golden Globe® (Best Actress, Television – Drama, “Downton Abbey”, 2013) and Emmy® nominee Michelle Dockery, as well as Emily Mortimer and Harriet Walter. Adapted for the screen by the award-winning playwright, »

- Tom Stockman

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Rob Brydon squeezes into budgie smugglers to start filming on Swimming with Men

3 May 2017 3:55 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: Zehra Phelan

Rob Brydon has squeezed into those budgie smugglers he has tucked at the back of his drawers to start filming on the upcoming British comedy Swimming with Men alongside a pretty decent cast which includes Charlotte Riley ad Daniel Mays.

The production which is underway today in pools across London, Hertfordshire and Essex, is said to be a heart-warming comedy about a man in the throes of a mid-life crisis who finds meaning in the most unlikely of places: an all-male, middle-aged, amateur synchronised swimming team.

At the heart of the story is Eric, a 40-something stuck in a rut. With his marriage in tatters and his life generally going to pieces, Eric finds unexpected refuge in the company of a motley crew of middle-aged, slightly saggy men, who meet up once a week at the local municipal pool literally and figuratively to tread water together.

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- Zehra Phelan

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Margot Robbie to Portray Queen Elizabeth I in Josie Rourke’s “Mary Queen of Scots”

24 April 2017 11:01 AM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

Margot Robbie in “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot”: Paramount Pictures/Frank Masi

Margot Robbie is swapping her Harley Quinn pigtails for Queen Elizabeth I’s crown. The Hollywood Reporter writes that the “Suicide Squad” actress will play Queen Elizabeth in Josie Rourke’s “Mary Queen of Scots.” “Brooklyn’s” Saoirse Ronan is set to star as the titular Mary Stuart, Elizabeth’s cousin.

Written by Penelope Skinner (“How I Live Now”) and Michael Hirst (“The Tudors”), the biopic “will take on the historical family rivalry between Elizabeth and Mary, when the latter attempted to overthrow her cousin’s seat on the English thrown,” THR reports.

The Working Title and Focus Features film will be produced by Liza Chasin, Tim Bevan, and Eric Fellner. The trio previously collaborated on the Stephen Hawking biopic “The Theory of Everything.”

In a Better World” director Susanne Bier was originally linked to “Mary Queen of Scots.” She spoke to Women and Hollywood in 2014 about the project and her collaboration with Skinner. “Mary was very young when she became queen. Basically, she was queen from age five, but she became a real queen when she was 17,” Bier told us. “And we wanted to have that because part of the excitement is to have that young girl have the power of a queen. That was so exciting.”

We don’t know why Bier is no longer involved in the project, but we’re happy that another female director was selected to take the reins. Best known as a theater director, Rourke has previously helmed productions of “Much Ado About Nothing,” “The Vote,” “Les Liaisons Dangereuses,” and “Saint Joan.” According to Rourke’s IMDb page, “Mary Queen of Scots” marks her feature directorial debut.

The conflict between Elizabeth I and Mary Stuart has been explored before in the 1971 Vanessa Redgrave-starrer “Mary, Queen of Scots,” and the 2013 “Mary Queen of Scots,” starring Camille Rutherford (“Blue Is the Warmest Color.” “Elizabeth,” the 1998 film toplined by Cate Blanchett, touched upon the hostility between Elizabeth I and Mary Stuart’s mother, Mary of Guise (Fanny Ardant, “Ridicule”).

Robbie has a number of projects on her plate. She stars in “I, Tonya,” a biopic a comedy about controversial Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding currently in post-production. Among Robbie’s other upcoming films are “Marian,” a new iteration of Robin Hood folklore, a spinoff for her “Suicide Squad” character Harley Quinn and other female villains of the DC Comics universe, “Queen of the Air,” in which she’ll play a trapeze artist, and “Beautiful Things,” a thriller set in a zoo.

Ronan is also plenty busy. The Oscar-nominated actress has roles in Greta Gerwig’s solo directorial debut “Lady Bird” and an adaptation of Ian McEwan’s “On Chesil Beach.” The “Atonement” actress is also set to play a refugee in a big screen adaptation of Camilla Gibb’s best-selling 2007 novel “Sweetness in the Belly.”

Margot Robbie to Portray Queen Elizabeth I in Josie Rourke’s “Mary Queen of Scots” was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Rachel Montpelier

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“Watch The Queen Conquer” – Margot Robbie Cast As Queen Elizabeth I in ‘Mary Queen of Scots’

23 April 2017 7:00 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Move over, “Reign” (sorry, CW!), there’s a new adaptation of the historical Mary Stuart vs. Queen Elizabeth I royal feud in town.

Margot Robbie is in talks to play Queen Elizabeth I opposite Saoirse Ronan (“Brooklyn”) as Mary Stuart in Focus Features and Working Title’s “Mary Queen Of Scots.” Josie Rourke (“The Vote,” “Saint Joan”) is set to direct, with Working Title stalwarts Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner and Liza Chasin (“Fargo,” “Atonement,” “The Theory Of Everything”) to produce.

Continue reading “Watch The Queen Conquer” – Margot Robbie Cast As Queen Elizabeth I in ‘Mary Queen of Scots’ at The Playlist. »

- Elizabeth MacLeod

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Quote of the Day: Romola Garai Explains How Hollywood Makes Women Feel Inadequate

17 April 2017 10:01 AM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

Romola Garai in “One Day”: Focus Features

Romola Garai is a two-time Golden Globe nominated actress, but she has a less than favorable opinion of Hollywood. “I did a bit of modeling when I was a teenager and, even then, nobody asked me to lose weight. It’s different with film, because it’s not about weight, it’s about control,” she observed in a recent interview with The Guardian. “It’s an industry with a clear agenda of ensuring women’s relationships with their reflection on screen make them feel inadequate.”

The candid conversation touches on Garai’s experience filming her first studio film in Hollywood, 2004’s “Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights.” Just 17 years old at the time, Garai was forced to stand in her underwear while a female producer appraised her body. She pointed at the teen’s thighs and told her, “This isn’t good enough.” The actress was “weighed in and out every day, with a dietician flown to Puerto Rico to make sure she stayed underweight,” the source writes. “It screwed me up for years,” Garai revealed. “Not only did it completely change how I felt about my body, but I felt like I’d failed because I hadn’t fought back. I felt complicit, because I didn’t say no. I signed off on Photoshopped images and felt terrible for perpetrating this… lie.”

What a nightmare. Many actresses have spoken out about the pressure to lose weight or maintain a low weight in Hollywood, but they rarely elaborate on the gory details. What happened to Garai is horrifying, and unfortunately probably not all that uncommon. It’s no wonder she “never went back to Hollywood again.”

“Someone said the only thing that was convincing in the whole film was the look of pure misery in my eyes,” Garai said of “Havana Nights.” But the experience was something of a blessing in disguise. “It was my feminist epiphany,” she said.

Garai received Golden Globe nominations for her performances in “The Hour” and “Emma.” “Suffragette,” “One Day,” and “Atonement” are among her other credits.

Quote of the Day: Romola Garai Explains How Hollywood Makes Women Feel Inadequate was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Laura Berger

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Darkest Hour: Gary Oldman Talks About His Unrecognizable Transformation Into Winston Churchill

4 April 2017 2:58 PM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

This will be Gary Oldman’s year to get that elusive Oscar trophy.

In Darkest Hour, the veteran thespian will portray for the former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. In this complex role, Oldman is completely unrecognizable as the charismatic leader during World War II.

Darkest Hour is written by Anthony McCarten (The Theory of Everything) and directed by Joe Wright (Atonement, Pride & Prejudice). The story follows Churchill in the early days of World War II as he leads the opposition against Adolf Hitler.

The film also stars Lily James, Ben Mendelsohn, Kristin Scott Thomas and John Hurt as one of his last roles.

At CinemaCon 2017 last week, Lrm caught up with Gary Oldman on the red carpet before the Focus Features’ celebratory event in Las Vegas.

Oldman was kind enough to go into detail of his lengthy transformation into the respected historical figure.

Focus Features will be releasing the trailer at a later date. »

- Gig Patta

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CinemaCon: Focus touts 'Darkest Hour', 'The Beguiled', 'Atomic Blonde'

29 March 2017 4:46 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Studio celebrates 15 years at Las Vegas anniversary lunch.

Gary Oldman talked up his role as former British prime minister Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour, one of several titles on a 2017 slate Focus Features chairman Peter Kujawski called “the best we’ve ever had.”

Oldman admitted he initially found the prospect of portraying the wartime leader intimidating, yet judging from footage, Joe Wright’s latest collaboration with Working Title and Focus after Anna Karenina, Atonement and Pride & Prejudice could become an awards season heavyweight when it opens in November.

“Winston was a hard one,” the British actor, who was transformed after more than three hours in make-up each day, said. “It’s a lot of wrap your head around. Not only the physical [transformation] but here was a man who was hailed as arguably the greatest Briton that ever lived. He’s an iconic figure, has been quoted many times, and many famous actors have portrayed him.

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- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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Gary Oldman Spent 200 Hours In Make-Up Chair To Become Winston Churchill In ‘Darkest Hour’ — CinemaCon

29 March 2017 3:06 PM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Gary Oldman said that every role he has taken has had its challenges, but with his transformation as Winston Churchill it was “a hard one.” Oldman came on stage during the Focus Features’ rollout of its 2017 slate to promote Darkest Hour from director Joe Wright (Atonement). He revealed that he spent over 200 hours in the make-up chair to become Churchill and “carried around half my body weight” in the prosthetics to add the pounds to his slight frame. Focus Features… »

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Working Title boss: Netflix and Amazon series pose challenge to film business

20 March 2017 5:02 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Film production is becoming “more difficult” for Working Title due to boom in high-end series, says Tim Bevan.

Working Title co-chairman Tim Bevan has said that the rise of big-budget “super TV” series such as Netflix’s The Crown represents a challenge to his company’s film business.

Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Broadcasting House programme yesterday (Mar 19), Bevan commented: “With Netflix and Amazon coming into the market place aggressively, it is a new form. It’s a form that actors, directors and writers are finding very attractive.”

Asked whether he believed the rise of high-end series backed by those SVoD players was negatively impacting the film industry, Bevan responded: “The area of the film business that Working Title works in, which is quality medium budget movies, $15m-$25m movies, has certainly been impacted by this.”

“They’re telling similar stories, but also it has become competitive, particularly for acting talent; these films have been squeezed by the »

- tom.grater@screendaily.com (Tom Grater)

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Working Title boss: 'super TV' poses challenge to film business

20 March 2017 5:02 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Film production is becoming “more difficult” for Working Title due to boom in high-end series, says Tim Bevan.

Working Title co-chairman Tim Bevan has said that the rise of big-budget “super TV” series such as Netflix’s The Crown represents a challenge to his company’s film business.

Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Broadcasting House programme yesterday (Mar 19), Bevan commented: “With Netflix and Amazon coming into the market place aggressively, it is a new form. It’s a form that actors, directors and writers are finding very attractive.”

Asked whether he believed the rise of high-end series backed by those SVoD players was negatively impacting the film industry, Bevan responded: “The area of the film business that Working Title works in, which is quality medium budget movies, $15m-$25m movies, has certainly been impacted by this.”

“They’re telling similar stories, but also it has become competitive, particularly for acting talent; these films have been squeezed by the »

- tom.grater@screendaily.com (Tom Grater)

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‘Beauty and the Beast’: How Bill Condon Built Hollywood’s Most Expensive Musical

14 March 2017 10:40 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Bill Condon knew that turning the 1991 animated musical classic “Beauty and the Beast” into a live-action musical would be a huge risk.

In many ways, Condon’s a perfect match for “Beauty and the Beast.” He’s one of the few directors who know how to deliver intimate, swoony romance, believable singing musical sequences, and  digitally enhanced visceral action. He wrote Rob Marshall’s Oscar-winning “Chicago,” wrote and directed “Gods and Monsters” (starring Oscar-nominated Ian McKellen) as well as the Oscar-winning musical “Dreamgirls,” and shepherded the last two “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn” sequels to $1.52 billion worldwide.

Given the chance to make the biggest-budget movie of his career, he embraced what could be the most expensive Hollywood musical of all time. “Beauty and the Beast” clearly has The Condon Touch: two men in love with the same feisty heroine, digital wolves, magical creatures, Ian McKellen, swirling cameras, gorgeous production values, a rich orchestral score, »

- Anne Thompson

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‘Beauty and the Beast’: How Bill Condon Built Hollywood’s Most Expensive Musical

14 March 2017 10:40 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Bill Condon knew that turning the 1991 animated musical classic “Beauty and the Beast” into a live-action musical would be a huge risk.

In many ways, Condon’s a perfect match for “Beauty and the Beast.” He’s one of the few directors who know how to deliver intimate, swoony romance, believable singing musical sequences, and  digitally enhanced visceral action. He wrote Rob Marshall’s Oscar-winning “Chicago,” wrote and directed “Gods and Monsters” (starring Oscar-nominated Ian McKellen) as well as the Oscar-winning musical “Dreamgirls,” and shepherded the last two “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn” sequels to $1.52 billion worldwide.

Given the chance to make the biggest-budget movie of his career, he embraced what could be the most expensive Hollywood musical of all time. “Beauty and the Beast” clearly has The Condon Touch: two men in love with the same feisty heroine, digital wolves, magical creatures, Ian McKellen, swirling cameras, gorgeous production values, a rich orchestral score, »

- Anne Thompson

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Hanna TV Series In The Works From The Night Manager Writer

10 March 2017 8:32 AM, PST | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Hollywood seems to be on an eternal quest to take every property that’s ever existed and remake it, reboot, or sequelize it. It’s a trend we’ve grown familiar with as film fans, and despite our gripes, the fact is it makes sense from a business perspective. In a world where competition for your entertainment dollar is at an all-time high, studios and TV networks are willing to take any semblance of recognizability in hopes that audiences will be more willing to give their film or TV series a second glance.

However, while it is easy to be cynical about the entire system, every so often, we get a remake or reboot that makes sense. While I can’t say for sure if this next story does make sense, it is, at the very least, interesting.

According to THR, The Night Manager writer David Farr is hard at »

- Joseph Medina

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Ritesh Batra Wins Awards for New Film The Sense of An Ending

7 March 2017 8:06 AM, PST | Bollyspice | See recent Bollyspice news »

Following his award-winning hit The Lunchbox, Ritesh Batra’s new film, The Sense of An Ending, releases exclusively in New York and Los Angeles this Friday, March 10, and nationwide next week on March 17.

Winning rave reviews, the film is also being acclaimed at film festivals. The Sense Of An Ending was honored at the Mostly British Film Festival in San Francisco with three awards including Jury Prize for Best Film, Best Director, and Best Actor for Jim Broadbent.

Based on the book by Julain Barnes, The Sense of An Ending was adapted for the screen by award-winning playwright Nick Payne and produced by David Thompson and Ed Rubin (Woman In Gold). The drama stars Academy Award® winner Jim Broadbent (Iris, Gangs of New York, Moulin Rouge!), Harriet Walter (Babel, Atonement, Sense and Sensibility), Michelle Dockery (Babel, Atonement, Sense and Sensibility), Emily Mortimer (Shutter Island, Hugo, Lars and the Real Girl »

- Stacey Yount

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Jim Broadbent and Charlotte Rampling go head to head in trailer for The Sense of an Ending

6 March 2017 2:00 AM, PST | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: Zehra Phelan

British author Julian Barnes’ 2011 Man Booker prize-winning novel, The Sense of an Ending, has followed suit of many a novel and obtained itself a film adaptation that contains a stellar cast of British talent. With its release in just over a month a new trailer and poster has been released which we can all enjoy today.

Related: Charlotte Rampling on 45 Years.

BAFTA award nominated Ritesh Batra, who is best known for his debut feature film, The Lunchbox, takes the helm on this very British affair which features performances from some of the greatest long-standing and most celebrated British actors today; Jim Broadbent (Harry Potter, Bridget Jones), swinging sixties icon Charlotte Rampling (45 Years) best known for her art house work, Dame Harriet Walter (Atonement, The Young Victoria), and Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey).  Also on the cast of exceptional talent is Matthew Goode and Emily Mortimer.

The trailer features »

- Zehra Phelan

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Christopher Nolan Explains Dunkirk’s Triptych Storytelling

28 February 2017 1:04 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

The prospect of a new Christopher Nolan film is always something to look forward to, with the British director making a habit of defying audience expectations with his bold, cerebral storytelling. His latest, WWII drama Dunkirk, is just a couple of months away now and Nolan has revealed some tantalizing new details in an interview with the French Premiere magazine.

“The film is told from three points of view. The air (planes), the land (on the beach) and the sea (the evacuation by the navy). For the soldiers involved in the conflict, the events took place in these different temporalities. On land, the soldiers were stuck on the beach for one week. On the water, the events lasted one day. If you were flying to Dunkirk, the British spitfires could carry just an hour of fuel. To intertwine these different historical accounts, we had to mix the temporal strata. Hence »

- David James

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Benedict Cumberbatch to star in BBC's The Child In Time

16 February 2017 1:17 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Louisa Mellor Feb 16, 2017

The BBC is adapting Ian McEwan's The Child In Time, with Sherlock's Benedict Cumberbatch in the lead role...

Ian McEwan's 1987 novel The Child In Time is a heart-wrenching read for anyone, but especially so for parents. The story of the painful aftermath of a young child's disappearance, it's an honest, tender depiction of grief and investigation into the passage of time.

See related  Ivan Reitman interview: Draft Day, Baywatch, Evolution

The BBC has commissioned a one-off ninety minute adaptation of the novel, with Benedict Cumberbatch to play lead Stephen, a father whose young daughter goes missing in the most horribly mundane circumstances. This marks Cumberbatch's second appearance in a McEwan adaptation, following his role in Joe Wright's 2007 feature Atonement.

The Last Kingdom's Stephen Butchard has adapted the novel for the screen, with Marvellous helmer Julian Farino directing. A co-production, The Child In Time »

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Benedict Cumberbatch’s ‘The Child in Time’ Set for Masterpiece, BBC One Debut

15 February 2017 8:23 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Benedict Cumberbatch is turning Ian McEwan’s “The Child in Time” into a TV movie for BBC One and Masterpiece.

The project comes from the “Sherlock” and “Dr. Strange” star’s SunnyMarch TV shingle, and is a co-production between Masterpiece for BBC One and Pinewood Television and SunnyMarch TV. Cumberbatch will executive produce and star in the 90-minute film, with Stephen Butchard adapting McEwan’s novel and Julian Farino directing. Studiocanal serves as distributor.

The film will explore the dark territory of a marriage devastated by the loss of a child: Cumberbatch will play children’s author Stephen Lewis, who must cope with the sudden loss of his daughter, Kate. Kate’s absence sets Stephen and his wife on diverging paths as both struggle with an all-consuming grief. With the passage of time, a balance of sorts returns, until hope surfaces and triumphs unexpectedly.

“I read the novel years ago and it stayed with me — profound, beautiful »

- Oriana Schwindt

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New Photos From CBS Films’ The Sense Of An Ending – Stars Jim Broadbent, Michelle Dockery, Emily Mortimer And Charlotte Rampling

14 February 2017 7:44 AM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Take a trip down memory lane with new photos from CBS FilmsThe Sense Of An Ending starring Academy Award winner Jim Broadbent, Harriet Walter, Michelle Dockery, and Emily Mortimer, alongside Charlotte Rampling. The new drama, directed by Ritesh Batra (The Lunchbox, Netflix’s Our Souls At Night), opens in select theaters March 10.

Read Variety’s review from the Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival Here.

Starring Academy Award winner Jim Broadbent (Iris, Gangs of New York, Moulin Rouge!), Harriet Walter (Babel, Atonement, Sense and Sensibility), Michelle Dockery (Babel, Atonement, Sense and Sensibility), Emily Mortimer (Shutter Island, Hugo, Lars and the Real Girl), Billy Howle (The Witness for the Prosecution, Cider with Rosie, Glue), Joe Alwyn (Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, Higher Education, Keepers), Freya Mavor (The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun, Sunshine on Leith, Skins), Matthew Goode (The Imitation Game, Belle) and Charlotte Rampling (45 Years, »

- Michelle McCue

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