There's plenty to keep your eyes open for this fall, and a new trailer for “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy” has been released.
The film stars Gary Oldman, Ciaran Hinds, Jared Harris, Colin Firth, Tom Hardy, Benedict Cumberbatch, Mark Strong and Svetlana Khodchenko.
Getting to work on their new project, Cameron Diaz and Colin Firth were spotted on the set of “Gambit” earlier today (July 19).
The “Charlie’s Angels” chick and the “King’s Speech” star both looked to be enjoying their work as they filmed scenes in London, England.
Getting down to work on her new project, Cameron Diaz was spotted on the set of “Gambit” in London, England today (May 17).
Joined by costar Colin Firth, the “Charlie’s Angels” chick looked funny in a ten gallon hat, cowboy boots, and a pair of Daisy Dukes denim shorts.
With another year's ceremony having come and gone, the 2011 Academy Awards announced the big winners during a glitzy ceremony at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday night (February 27).
Taking home the top prize of Best Picture at the Anne Hathaway and James Franco hosted event was "The King's Speech," which ended up winning a total of four Oscar trophies.
Stepping out to promote their award-winning film, Colin Firth and Helena Bonham Carter were spotted at the premiere of “The King’s Speech” in Berlin, Germany on Wednesday (February 16).
The dynamic duo happily posed together during a photo call ahead of the premiere – which is a part of the 61st Berlin International Film Festival.
Honoring the best and brightest in entertainment, the 2011 Orange British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) took place in London, England on Sunday evening (February 13).
Held at the Royal Opera House, the big winner ended up being "The King's Speech" - which took home numerous trophies including Outstanding British Film, Original Screenplay, Lead Actor, Supporting Actor & Actress and Best Film.
Making for quite the memorable evening, Colin Firth was a big winner at the Orange British Academy Film Awards 2011 in London, England on Sunday (February 13).
Held at The Royal Opera House, the 50-year-old English actor took home the prize of Best Leading Actor for his stirring performance in "The King's Speech".
The year of 2010 was certainly full of fantastic movies, and today (February 10) “The Social Network” and “The King’s Speech” took the top awards at the 31st London Film Critics' Circle Awards.
The highest honor, which is Film of the Year, went to “The Social Network” while the British actor in a Supporting Role went to Andrew Garfield.
It was a big night at the Chateau Marmont as many of Tinseltown’s best and brightest showed up for the Audi Celebrates “The King’s Speech” awards season party.
Colin Firth and Orlando Bloom hammed it up for the paparazzi as they mingled with fellow guests throughout the evening.
Drawing in a bevy of some of our favorite celebrities, the 83rd Academy Awards Nominations Luncheon was held earlier today (February 7).
Located at the Beverly Hilton, the luncheon allows the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science to honor this year’s Oscar contenders.