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Olivia Colman, Martin McDonagh, Jessie Buckley Among 90-Plus Names Calling on U.K. to Take “Immediate Action” Against Iran Over Executions

A growing number of figures from the film and TV industry in the U.K. have signed a letter urging British politicians to support the people of Iran as the country faces global condemnation for executing several of those involved in the wave of protests that erupted last year. The letter, instigated by British-Iranian filmmaker Babak […]

Jessie Buckley of ‘Women Talking’ to Be Honored at Oscar Wilde Awards (Exclusive)

Jessie Buckley, the Oscar-nominated Irish actress soon to be seen in theaters in the Sarah Polley written and directed drama Women Talking, is getting saluted at the 2023 Oscar Wilde Awards. The 17th annual event, held on the Thursday night before the Academy Awards, is set for March 9 at J.J. Abrams and Katie McGrath’s […]

‘Scrooge: A Christmas Carol’ Review: Netflix’s Trippy Take on Dickens

Luke Evans voices the title character in this animated version, also featuring Olivia Colman, Jessie Buckley and Jonathan Pryce.

‘Women Talking’ Review: Rooney Mara, Claire Foy and Jessie Buckley Lead an Ace Ensemble in Sarah Polley’s Potent Drama

Premiering in Telluride, Polley’s drama centers on matters of justice, faith and awakening among women whose lives have been shaped and constricted by religious tradition.

Olivia Colman, Luke Evans, Jessie Buckley, Johnny Flynn Join Voice Cast of Netflix’s ‘Scrooge: A Christmas Carol’ Animation

Netflix has unveiled an impressive lineup of stars set to lend their voices to its upcoming animated feature Scrooge: A Christmas Carol from director Stephen Donnelly and Timeless Films. Luke Evans (voicing Scrooge), Olivia Colman (Past), Jessie Buckley (Isabel Fezziwig) and Johnny Flynn (Bob Cratchit) have joined the film, alongside Fra Fee (Harry Huffam), Giles […]

Jessie Buckley in Alex Garland’s ‘Men’: Film Review

A traumatized widow seeks a place to heal in an English country house where she instead finds herself in an escalating nightmare in this surreal folk horror, also starring Rory Kinnear.

Julia Roberts to Honor Rising Star at Chopard’s Cannes Event

Julia Roberts is heading back to Cannes. The Oscar-winning actress will team with Chopard, a longtime supporter of the Cannes Film Festival, to serve as the godmother of the luxury jeweler’s Trophée Chopard ceremony. Created in 2001, this award is doled out each year to a rising actress and actor as a way to shine […]

Eddie Redmayne and Jessie Buckley’s ‘Cabaret’ Rules 2022 Olivier Awards

Eddie Redmayne and Jessie Buckley have won best actor and best actress in a musical at the 2022 Olivier Awards in London for their roles as the Emcee and Sally Bowles in the West End revival of Cabaret. This freshest reinvention of the 1966 Kander & Ebb classic also won best musical revival, while Rebecca […]

Olivier Awards: Eddie Redmayne, Jessie Buckley Among Nominees

Newly anointed Oscar nominee Jessie Buckley has another award ceremony show to look forward, having been nominated for this year’s Olivier Awards, which are heading back to an in-person ceremony after two pandemic-impacted years. The actress was shortlisted for best leading actress for Cabaret, one of 11 nominations earned by the critically acclaimed musical revival, […]

Jessie Buckley Faces Demons in Alex Garland’s ‘Men’ Trailer

Jessie Buckley, having just nabbed a best supporting actress Oscar nomination for her role in The Lost Daughter, is a haunted mess in the final teaser trailer for Alex Garland’s Men, which was released Wednesday morning. Written and directed by Garland, who helmed Ex Machina and Annihilation, the A24 horror pic follows a young woman, […]

Maggie Gyllenhaal Celebrates ‘The Lost Daughter’ Oscar Nom: “Crying and Then Started Drinking Champagne”

The Oscar nominations may have begun to be announced at 5 a.m. on the West Coast and 8 a.m. on the East, but that didn’t stop Maggie Gyllenhaal from popping the champagne. The first-time feature writer and director was nominated for best adapted screenplay on Tuesday morning for The Lost Daughter, while her stars Olivia […]

Berlin: Jessie Buckley, Vicky Krieps, Fiona Shaw Board Rebecca Lenkiewicz’ ‘Hot Milk’

British stage and screen writer Rebecca Lenkiewicz, whose work includes the Oscar-winning Polish drama Ida, alongside Disobedience and Colette, has lined up a trio of major names for her directorial debut, Hot Milk. Jessie Buckley (The Lost Daughter, Wild Rose), Fiona Shaw (Killing Eve, Baptiste) and Vicky Krieps (Serre Moi Fort, Phantom Thread) have signed […]