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Dafne Keen Of 'Logan' Finds Her Next Project With 'His Dark Materials'

There were many performances worthy of acclaim in 2017, but one of the most underrated was young Dafne Keen’s in Logan. As Laura/ X-23, she went toe to toe with veteran actors Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart and managed to steal the entire movie right out from under them. 242 more words

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'The King's Speech' Director Tom Hooper & 'Logan' Star Dafne Keen Sign Up For 'His Dark Materials' Adaptation

EXCLUSIVE: The King’s Speech director Tom Hooper and Dafne Keen, the breakout star of Marvel’s Logan, have signed for the big-budget adaptation of Philip Pullman’s fantasy epic… 530 more words

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The King's Speech

Directed by: Tom Hooper

Starring: Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter

The movie based on true story of King George VI of the United Kingdom and his lifelong struggle to overcome his speech impediment. 62 more words

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"LES MISERABLES" (2012) Review

“LES MISERABLES” (2012) Review

There were a few movies released in 2012 that I was very reluctant to see in the theaters. One of those movies turned out to be “LES MISERABLES”, the recent adaptation of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg’s 1985 stage musical of the same name. 1,661 more words

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The Danish Girl

I’ve just finished watching The Danish Girl, directed by Tom Hooper. The movie is about Einar Wegener (Eddie Redmayne), who is an popular artist. 395 more words

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Luminous raises funds for BFI with star-studded gala featuring Tilda Swinton, Jonathan Ross and Birdy

On the eve of the 61st BFI London Film Festival, a special fundraising gala brought together the great and the good of the British cinema and TV industry to raise funds for the charitable film organisation. 245 more words

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Un hombre tartamudo le habla al mundo

por Cristina Rojas

La historia del cine está llena de películas que nos ofrecen distintas miradas a la monarquía Británica, entre ellas podemos destacar The Queen… 324 more words

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