Colin Firth Reviews, Interviews & More

'Paddington' Teaser Trailer: A Tender Bear Arrives In London

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Paul King's Paddington isn't your typical, modern-day live-action/animation film. Even though the Weinstein Company only released a teaser trailer that doesn't reveal much, the tone of the film feels pleasantly different from many of family films we get today.

'The Railway Man' Trailer: Colin Firth Wants Revenge

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A tale of possible revenge, Jonathan Teplitzky's The Railway Man looks to be an Oscar wannabe with its all-star cast and subject matter. Colin Firth stars as a World War II vet who is haunted by the war and the man who tortured him, so when he finds out where that person is -- even though it's forty years later -- he plots to confront the man who damaged him.

'Gambit' Trailer: Hey, The Coen Brothers Wrote A British Comedy Remake

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While we Coen brothers fans sit quietly in corners, rocking back and forth and mumbling to ourselves as we wait for their newest film, Inside Llewyn Davis, to be released, we will have to content ourselves for now with GambitGambit is a remake of the 1966 film of the same name starring Michael Caine and...

The PG-13 version of The King's Speech to be Released April 1

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In an attempt to squeeze the last few coins out of the domestic box office of the Academy award-winning film The King's Speech, The Weinstein Company will put out a PG-13 cut of the film which changes the four letter words that got the film rated R. The sanitized version will come out April 1 on 1000 screens and will be the only version in theaters....

Colin Firth To Star In Park Chan-wook's 'Stoker'

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Well, Colin Firth has selected his first post-Best Actor Oscar role, and it’s something of a surprise—he will star in Stoker, the first English-language film directed by South Korean director Park Chan-wook (the man beyond the wild brilliance of the Vengeance TrilogySympathy for Mr. Vengeance, Oldboy...

Oscar Winner 2011: Best Actor - Colin Firth

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The winner of the 2011 Academy Award for Best Actor is Colin Firth for The King's Speech. The actor was the front runner in the category this year and previously won the Golden Globe for it. During his speech, he joked that his career had peaked and he was getting a strange feeling in his stomach that might make its way to his legs in the form of...

Cameron Diaz Joins Colin Firth in Gambit

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Over the past year, Ethan and Joel Coen, along with director Michael Hoffman have been developing a remake of the 1966 film Gambit. We know a lot of you were probably thinking of the famous X-Men character when you read the title, but alas, it's not him. He may not be a mutant, but this Gambit is also a thief, and he'll be played by Oscar hopeful Colin Firth. Deadline...

No Strings Attached To Win Weekend Box Office

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Last weekend's box office winner The Green Hornet will find itself sliding to the number two spot because Ashton Kutcher and Natalie Portman's No Strings Attached should have enough steam to plow the competition. Moviegoers will find themselves catching up with last weekend's Golden Globe winners as well as leftover holiday fare such as...

2011 Golden Globes - Best Actor - Colin Firth

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The Best Actor in a Drama trophy went to Colin Firth at the 68th Annual Golden Globes. The actor picked up the award for his performance as King George VI, in The King's Speech. While on stage he spoke about going through a bit of a midlife crisis, and how winning for Best Actor is the only thing keeping him off a Harley Davidson. See who he beat out below...

Colin Firth in Talks to Star in Gambit Remake

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The King's Speech star Colin Firth is looking for a new gig and he might find one with the Coen brother's scripted remake of Gambit. According to Deadline, he's in talks to star in the film which will be directed by Michael Hoffman. Oscar winner Michael Caine and Shirley MacLaine starred in the original version from 1966.

The King's Speech Wins Big At British Independent Film Awards

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The King's Speech dominated the 13th Annual British Independent Film Awards Sunday night winning in six major categories. Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter won for their acting roles. David Seidler won for writing the Best Screenplay, and the movie itself won Best British Independent Film. Ms. Carter was also honored with a lifetime...

The King's Speech: Movie Review

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There's not much to say about this film -- other than so far, this is the best screenplay, with the best performances in the best film of the year. That's all! The best piece of advice I can give you is to go and see this film as soon as you possibly can. This film is the whole package, every part of it from the tiny details about driving through fog to the grand speeches given by a King...

Interview: Colin Firth Talks The King’s Speech

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What I believe is sure to be Colin Firth's Oscar winning film, The King's Speech (read review) impresses on all levels and so far is the film of 2010. The cast is led by Firth (who should have won an Oscar last year for his role in A Single Man) as King George the VI, a King with a speech impediment who has to turn to the extravagant...

The King's Speech Trailer With Colin Firth

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The King's Speech is a drama that won the top prize at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival. For those of us who didn't get the opportunity to see an early screening of it, the first official trailer has been released over at Yahoo, and it allows us to get an idea of what all the fuss is about. Check it out...

A Single Man: Movie Review

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Get ready for an an award winning film. First time director Tom Ford’s film A Single Man is a refreshing reminder of what going to the theaters should be like. Surprising, heart-warming, depressing, thought-provoking and above all interesting. The film is as beautiful on the surface as it is touching at its core. Not to be confused with the Cohen Brother’s A...

Movie Releases: Princess and the Frog, Invictus, A Single Man...

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As we all know, last week was pretty uneventful in terms of new movie releases, thankfully, that all changes today. December 11th marks Disney's return to hand-drawn animation with The Princess and the Frog, which looks gorgeous. Ever since we saw a few clips of it back at Comic-Con all signs point to Disney magic.  Peter Jackson's new movie,...

Interview: Colin Firth for A Single Man

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First time director Tom Ford's film A Single Man will be sure to stand out as a precious gem come award season. The film is as beautiful on the surface as it is touching at its core. Not to be confused with the Cohen Brother's A Serious Man (which is a very different film), A Single Man is the story about a homosexual teacher in the 60's who loses...

AFI Festival 2009!

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It is finally upon us - as I type the crowds are thronged outside the Grauman's Chinese Theater on Hollywood Boulevard for the American Film Institute Film Festival Opening Gala and North American Premiere of Wes Anderson's stop-motion fable Fantastic Mr Fox (already covered by Screencrave from the London Film Festival - ahead of the game as usual).

Tom Ford's A Single Man Trailer

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If Tom Ford's name doesn't sound particularly familiar to you, it's probably because you don't submerge yourself in the world of fashion. I'm not judging because neither do I, but let me give you a little background. Ford is a noted fashion designer best known for his work as the creative director of the Gucci brand. This year with the feature A Single...

The Weinstein Co. Picks Up The King's Speech

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Hot off their announcement of Halloween 3-D, The Weinstein Company has shifted gears to a historical project entitled, The King's Speech. According to THR, TWC has picked up the rights to produce the film based on the life of British Royal, King George VI. Tom Hooper, whose previous credits include HBO's Elizabeth...