Back in the summer, Warner Bros. launched a brilliant first trailer for Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated next film, Dunkirk. It gave us just a glimpse of what we can expect, and barely even a glimpse at that. Continue reading
Coming off the back of yet another immensely impressive blockbuster, Interstellar, Christopher Nolan wasted no time at all in getting back behind the camera for his first war film, Dunkirk. Continue reading
Coming off the back of a glowing leading performance in Disney’s Cinderella, Lily James (Downton Abbey) will soon be returning to the small screen in BBC One’s anticipated new event drama, War and Peace. Continue reading
Announced this week as part of the Gala Presentations line-up for TIFF, Brian Helgeland’s anticipated Legend is fast emerging as a possible contender come awards season. Continue reading
Reuniting with Sheridan Smith following their work on the BAFTA-winning Mrs. Biggs, director Paul Whittington and writer Jeff Pope return to the small screen later this year for another three-part drama, Cilla, taking a look at Cilla Black’s rise to fame in 1960s Liverpool.
ITV has now launched the first trailer for the drama, not only teasing how Sheridan looks in the lead, but also how she sounds, singing Black’s cover of Anyone Who Had a Heart, which rose to #1 in the charts back in 1964.
‘Cilla’ tells of her rocky rise to fame and will capture the essence of 1960s Liverpool, the atmosphere of promise and excitement as the Merseybeat music scene was on the verge of exploding in a blaze of tight-fitting skirts, stiletto heels, and beehives.
A young, unknown Cilla works in the austere environs of the typists’ pool at a local company, dreaming of stardom. The drama looks at how she met the two men who came to love her and ultimately fought over her – future husband Bobby Willis and legendary manager Brian Epstein, the tragic young businessman who also guided the career of The Beatles.