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Jude Law's Daughter, Iris Law, 15, Models In 'Teen Vogue' -- See It Here

Meet one of the fresh new faces in the fashion biz: Iris Law! The teen daughter of Jude Law and Sadie Frost is everywhere these days — and her latest gig is quite the accomplishment: she was photographed for the September 2016 issue of ‘Teen Vogue’ magazine! 285 more words

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Set The Thames On Fire Release News

Set the Thames on Fire, the dark, dystopian fantasy film from Blonde to Black pictures which features Noel Fielding in its cast, 112 more words

NEWS: Final Casting Confirmed for Britten in Brooklyn

The final additions to the cast and creative team for the world premiere production of Zoe Lewis’s Britten in Brooklyn have been confirmed. 

Running at Wilton’s Music Hall from the 31st August to the 17th September, joining the previously announced Sadie Frost in the production will be Ruby Bentall, David Burnett, John Hollingworth and Ryan Sampson. 325 more words

Final casting and creatives announced for the world premiere of BRITTEN IN BROOKLYN at Wilton’s Music Hall

Final casting and the full creative team are announced for the world premiere of Zoe Lewis’s Britten in Brooklyn. Joining the previously announced Sadie Frost (who starred in Lewis’s one-woman play, Touched, in the West End) are Ruby Bentall (Minnie in Lark Rise to Candleford, Mary Bennet in Lost in Austen and cousin Verity Poldark in the BBC adaptation), David Burnett (Henry Foster in Brave New World), John Hollingworth (Design for Living at the Old Vic, Capt Henshawe in Poldark) and Ryan Sampson(Grumio in the TV comedy Plebs, Charles ‘Boz’ Dickens in TV’s The Frankenstein Chronicles). 1,137 more words

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Dracula (1992) dir. Francis Ford Coppola


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Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992)

With noticeable steam-punk influences and quite a dose of “camp”, 1992’s Bram Stoker’s Dracula gives one a bit of a start when watching it today. 504 more words


Set The Thames On Fire Release (& Only In Japan)

Set the Thames on Fire, the film which features Noel Fielding in a flooded, dystopian future London, has been granted a cinema release.

We saw the film last month at LOCO, and since then a fair few of you have been asking us where and when it will be available for wider consumption. 278 more words