A Portuguese film producer involved in a long-running dispute over a troubled Terry Gilliam film has lost a High Court bid for damages.
Carey Mulligan will be joined by Jonathan Pryce, Lesley Manville and Scouting For Girls, as well as a composer with dementia who recently went viral, for a virtual carol service for Alzheimer’s Society.
Jonathan Pryce and Ruth Wilson scooped the top acting prizes at the 2020 BAFTA Cymru Awards.
The Two Popes actor Jonathan Pryce has praised Pope Francis for his endorsement of same-sex civil unions, describing the pontiff as a “great politician”.
Jonathan Pryce said playing the Duke Of Edinburgh will be a “daunting prospect” as he was officially confirmed in The Crown role.
Olivia Colman, Helena Bonham Carter and Tobias Menzies will all reprise their roles for the fourth series of hit Netflix drama The Crown.
Rebecca Hall says her “beautiful and bold” new sci-fi series may not have been given the go-ahead by TV studios a decade ago.
Oscar winner Joaquin Phoenix championed a string of progressive causes as he used his best actor acceptance speech to rally against the dairy industry.
South Korean film Parasite has become the first non-English-language movie to win the best picture Oscar, in a significant upset for British war film 1917.
Laura Dern got an early birthday present as she won the best supporting actress Oscar.
Brad Pitt took a swipe at the Senate and thanked his children as he won his first acting Oscar.
Fashion is a powerful way to make a statement on the red carpet, and the Oscars is the perfect place to get your message heard.
Laura Dern kicked off early birthday celebrations as she arrived on the Oscars red carpet with her mother Diane Ladd.
If last weekend’s Bafta ceremony is a guide, Britain will struggle to win a single acting award at the Oscars on Sunday night.
British stars James Corden and George MacKay have been added to the list of presenters at the Oscars.
Little Women star Florence Pugh, 1917 director Sir Sam Mendes and The Two Popes’ Sir Anthony Hopkins are among the British Oscar nominees.
Brad Pitt has said he has not cried in 20 years, but that now he is “more moved”.
Jonathan Pryce has admitted he “wasn’t particularly flattered” when he was compared to Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio when he was announced as the new pope.
Jonathan Pryce has joked that Sir Anthony Hopkins was “rankled” by the fact he was below him on the call sheet for their new film.
Golden Globe nominee Glenn Close said she prepares for disappointment ahead of each awards ceremony.
Glenn Close has said she is “very superstitious” as she refused to comment on her chances of winning an Oscar for her role in The Wife.
Terry Gilliam has said there were many times he wanted to give up during his almost 30-year battle to make his passion project.
Former Bond villain actor Jonathan Pryce has joked he would like to be considered as Daniel Craig’s successor as 007 when he finally hangs up his tuxedo and Walther PPK.
The first trailer for Terry Gilliam’s long-awaited The Man Who Killed Don Quixote – which has been in development for nearly 20 years – has been revealed.