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BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Nicole Kidman and Ralph Fiennes in talks to star in new film
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Nicole Kidman and Ralph Fiennes are negotiating to star together in a film about the discovery of Anglo-Saxon treasures at Sutton Hoo.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Rosamund Pike gives a penetrating portrait of war reporter Marie Colvin
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Rosamund Pike plays Marie Colvin in a superb film about the legendary war correspondent who was killed six years ago by Syrian forces while on assignment.

Gillian Anderson and Lily James will star in a stage version of the 1950s classic All About Eve 
BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Gillian Anderson and Lily James, are set to star in a stage version of the classic American 1950s film All About Eve, which will be directed by Ivo van Hove.

Peter Andre to star as Teen Angel in a new production of Grease
The 45-year-old singer has been cast by director Nikolai Foster and will perform certain dates at certain theatres in a tour that starts at the Leeds Grand Theatre from June 19.

Spymaster writing duo rescue new Bond film after director Danny Boyle walked out
The whole thing’s a hot mess. However, things are moving on the script front. Neal Purvis and Robert Wade have had their licence renewed and have bonded with Bond again.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: New Downton Abbey film to star Jim Carter and Imelda Staunton
Downton Abbey star Jim Carter and his award-winning wife Imelda Staunton (pictured together) will both appear in the Downtown Abbey film — but class will keep them apart.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Sophie Cookson will portray 'party girl' Christine Keeler in Profumo Affair drama
Six-parter The Trial Of Christine Keeler will explore Keeler’s role in the scandal that helped bring down Harold Macmillan’s Conservative government in 1963. Pictured: Sophie Cookson last October.

Judi Dench's daughter follows in her footsteps by starring in Pack of Lies remake 
Finty Williams will recreate a stage role made famous by her mother Judi Dench in a play which also starred her late father. The piece is layered with poignancy because the playwright died just two weeks ago.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Steve McQueen takes Widows to Chicago for movie revamp
The Oscar-winning film-maker Steve McQueen was a 13-year-old London schoolboy when he first watched Lynda La Plante’s ground-breaking television drama Widows.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: John David Washington on Spike Lee new film BlacKkKlansman
When John David Washington talked to Spike Lee about playing a black policeman in the KKK in Colorado, he thought something wasn't right, WRITES BAZ BAMIGBOYE.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE Rosalie Craig on Richard Fleeshman
In the new version of Company the dashing British actor Richard Fleeshman will be starring alongside Rosalie Craig, WRITES BAZ BAMIGBOYE.

Taylor Swift will star in film version of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats
It will be directed by Tom Hooper — who made the picture of Les Miserables and won an Academy Award for The King’s Speech. Jennifer Hudson is also in the movie.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Why Jennifer Hudson's the cat that got the cream
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Cats will be directed by Tom Hooper — who made the picture of Les Miserables and won an Academy Award for The King’s Speech.

College boy robbers act on animal instinct
Film-maker Bart Layton (pictured), born and raised in Brixton, South London — before it was trendy — was incredulous when he heard the story, which he’s now made into a film called American Animals

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Don't call Lily James an English rose - Mamma Mia! star insists she's a thorn
Lily’s so full of moxie and ebullience in Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!, the deliciously enjoyable sequel to 2008’s Mamma Mia!, she might wind up being billed as the English bouquet (OK, I tried!).

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