In the new satirical thriller, Nicholas Hoult and Anya Taylor-Joy play diners at an exclusive restaurant owned by Ralph Fiennes' celeb chef.
The leading man was an intimidating prospect for some of his co-stars in the new satirical thriller.
Prince Albert finally made an appearance on last night’s episode of ITV’s latest series Victoria, and what an entrance it was. Albert and his brother Ernest (David Oakes) arrive at Buckingham Palace at the most opportune moment - Victoria (Jenna Coleman) is entertaining her friends at the piano. The swoon-worthy Tom Hughes adopts a smouldering glare, ‘tache and German accent to convincingly win over the heart of our Queen, and viewers alike (sorry Lord Melbourne).
<p><a rel="nofollow" href="http://theviewfromtheuppercircle.com/2016/02/17/theatre-review-the-master-build-old-vic/">Theatre Review: The Master Build, Old Vic</a></p> <p>Ralph Fiennes shines in this uneven, uneasy Ibsen Ralph Fiennes, once so synonymous with villains and buttoned up English men, has more recently revealed his talent for comedy behind that clipped delivery.</p>