Toronto has always been a place for reinvention -- in 2008, Anne Hathaway came to the festival marred by her ex-boyfriend's federal arrest, and left as an Oscar darling for "Rachel Getting Married."…
In just 10 days, festival-goers have seen way too many best-actor contenders, and there are plenty of year-end possibilities still to come. Will the Academy expand the actor race to accommodate this…
Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones confidently enter the awards race with their new Stephen Hawking drama “The Theory of Everything.” The film, which premiered Sunday at the Toronto Film Festival, is…
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Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones, who could be legitimate Oscar contenders this year, discuss the making of the Stephen Hawking drama “Theory of Everything” at the Variety Studio.
The intricate workings of a rare and remarkable mind are rendered in simple, accessible terms in this sensitively directed inspirational biopic.
British actor Eddie Redmayne will star in Working Title's romance drama “The Danish Girl,” a film inspired by one of the first men to undergo a sex-change operation. The project will re-team Redmayne…
Focus Features has set the Stephen Hawking biopic, “Theory of Everything,” for an awards-season U.S. release date of Nov. 7. The romantic drama, directed by James Marsh (“Man on Wire”), stars Eddie…
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts is to provide four scholarships to enable Hong Kong and UK film-makers to expand their film education.
LONDON — The British Academy of Film and Television Arts is making a renewed push into Asia with a series of events in Hong Kong, and the setting up of an advisory board to oversee its charitable…
If Hollywood pundits think the producers of the Academy Awards have a tough job putting on a good TV show, consider the plight of those in charge of the Tony telecast.