Alongside Emma Stone.
In Matthew Vaughn's comic-book adaptation The Secret Service.
Two Brits play a bunch of different Americans.
Now it's the best exotic marigold hotel.
Colin Firth will play his editor.
The Coens wrote the script, and you can tell.
An inside look into how small studios get international distributors to chip in for a film's budget because of their countrymen's love of a star.
It's her first time behind the camera in sixteen years.
He's also writing and starring in it.
In The Railway Man.
From the cast of Drive to The Help, the film industry makes a grand entrance at the BAFTA Awards.
Alongside Reese Witherspoon.
He knows you deserve better.
"Auntie, who did you rent your warehouse to?" What?
Well, his name is on an academic paper anyway.
Both with expertly mussed hair.
In a new movie. Not real life. Breathe easy.
Even his Oscar is refined and elegant.
The competition on the red carpet can be as interesting as the awards race itself.
But Tom Hooper lost to David Fincher.
Vulture's taken a look at the newest crop of contenders and the careful narrative crafted for each.
Let us know who you think needs to have a serious talk with their stylist tomorrow.
Natalie Portman takes home a trophy, too.
A lunch just for him, and word spreads that laryngitis has struck.
With his George VI in 'The King’s Speech,' Colin Firth joins the venerable house of British Movie Monarchs — here's their full family tree.