The Staircase is a contemporary thriller that asks what some people are prepared to do for love.
John Madden's film tells the story of an outrageous secret plan put together to conceal an Allied attack during the Second World War.
Kelly Macdonald played the cop in the crosshairs of AC-12 during 'Line of Duty' series six.
Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci celebrate respective rom-com anniversaries with 'Bridget Jones's Diary" and 'The Devil Wears Prada'
Firth and his wife separated in 2019.
While some celebrity splits end up being very public affairs, other stars manage to keep their break-ups lowkey without any major fallout.Sometimes there’s trouble in paradise that just can’t be resolved and it’s necessary to put an end to things, as the celebrities on this list of who called it a day in 2019 know all too well.
The pair tied the knot in 1997.
In thrilling news for musical fans, Bjorn Ulvaeus says there could be a Mamma Mia! trilogy.
The Firths released a statement detailing what happened.
Colin, 55, bought the rights to turn Charles Cumming’s Thomas Kell spy novels into a six-part series and ITV are believed to want to broadcast the drama - which is hoped will be as successful as the BBC’s recent spy series The Night Manager that starred Tom Hiddleston - next year. A source told The Sun newspaper: “Helen is interested in playing the role as it’s a key character that just doesn’t sit around in an office. The books are great and Colin has been interested in them for years since he read the first one.
Louis Theroux might be known and loved for his thought-provoking (and sometimes emotional) documentaries about controversial topics, but this week, he decided to try his hand at something a little different. During his visit, Louis headed to the kitchen to help David Moore and Head Chef Andy McFadden with the very important job of feeding the eaterie’s special (and hungry) guests. Reviewing how the special guest got on in the kitchen, owner David said: “It was a joy to have Louis with us and in the kitchens.