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 Ralph Fiennes joins Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel
Wes Anderson’s typically eclectic ensemble cast for The Grand Budapest Hotel continues to grow, with Ralph Fiennes the latest A-lister to check in…

Ralph Fiennes joins Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel

Wes Anderson’s typically eclectic ensemble cast for The Grand Budapest Hotel continues to grow, with Ralph Fiennes the latest A-lister to check in…

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 New trailer for Great Expectations: watch now
A new trailer has been released for Mike Newell’s adaptation of the seminal Charles Dickens novel, Great Expectations, and it looks every bit as lavish as you might expect…

New trailer for Great Expectations: watch now

A new trailer has been released for Mike Newell’s adaptation of the seminal Charles Dickens novel, Great Expectations, and it looks every bit as lavish as you might expect…

Ralph Fiennes talks Skyfall
Total Film recently sat down with Ralph Fiennes to talk about his directorial debut Coriolanus, and we took the opportunity to grill him on his role in upcoming Bond movie Skyfall.                 Rumours have persisted that Fiennes will be playing iconic villain Blofeld in Sam Mendes’ 007 film…

Ralph Fiennes talks Skyfall

Total Film recently sat down with Ralph Fiennes to talk about his directorial debut Coriolanus, and we took the opportunity to grill him on his role in upcoming Bond movie Skyfall.

Rumours have persisted that Fiennes will be playing iconic villain Blofeld in Sam Mendes’ 007 film…

 Ralph Fiennes talks Skyfall
Concrete details concerning upcoming Bond movie Skyfall have been few and far between since the film’s official title was announced, but Ralph Fiennes has revealed a tiny tidbit as to what we can expect from his character…

Ralph Fiennes talks Skyfall

Concrete details concerning upcoming Bond movie Skyfall have been few and far between since the film’s official title was announced, but Ralph Fiennes has revealed a tiny tidbit as to what we can expect from his character…

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Ralph Fiennes to direct Dickens biopic The Invisible Woman
Fresh from his concluding villainous outing as Lord Voldemort in Harry Potter, Ralph Fiennes is plotting his next directorial move.The Invisible Woman will tell the story of Dickens’ secret 13-year love affair with Ellen Terney, affectionately known as Nelly by the author.Busying himself in Sam Mendes’ upcoming Bond 23 and set to play Prospero on stage in The Tempest, Fiennes seems keen to rule himself out of playing the author, but there have been plenty of casting rumours already…

Ralph Fiennes to direct Dickens biopic The Invisible Woman

Fresh from his concluding villainous outing as Lord Voldemort in Harry Potter, Ralph Fiennes is plotting his next directorial move.

The Invisible Woman will tell the story of Dickens’ secret 13-year love affair with Ellen Terney, affectionately known as Nelly by the author.

Busying himself in Sam Mendes’ upcoming Bond 23 and set to play Prospero on stage in The Tempest, Fiennes seems keen to rule himself out of playing the author, but there have been plenty of casting rumours already…

Harry Potter casts his final spell over the US box office
Harry Potter went out with a bang this weekend – the boy wizard’s last ever movie outing smashed box office records as the film rolled out worldwide.Stateside, Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2 earned a staggering $168m in its first weekend.With that much cash being thrown at it, the final Harry Potter film even managed to top The Dark Knight’s opening weekend record of $158m, creating a new record for the highest ever US opening weekend. Yes, ever.Internationally, Deathly Hallows Part 2 took a further $75m, meaning its total global earnings are actually a Gringotts-busting $250m.

Harry Potter casts his final spell over the US box office

Harry Potter went out with a bang this weekend – the boy wizard’s last ever movie outing smashed box office records as the film rolled out worldwide.

Stateside, Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2 earned a staggering $168m in its first weekend.

With that much cash being thrown at it, the final Harry Potter film even managed to top The Dark Knight’s opening weekend record of $158m, creating a new record for the highest ever US opening weekend. Yes, ever.

Internationally, Deathly Hallows Part 2 took a further $75m, meaning its total global earnings are actually a Gringotts-busting $250m.