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Eve Best - Opening Night After Party for the play Old Times at the American Airlines Theatre - Arrivals at American Airlines Theatre, - New York City, New York, United States - Tuesday 6th October 2015

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Eve Best, Clive Owen and Kelly Reilly
Eve Best, Clive Owen and Kelly Reilly
Eve Best, Clive Owen and Kelly Reilly
Eve Best, Clive Owen and Kelly Reilly
Eve Best, Clive Owen and Kelly Reilly

Eve Best, Clive Owen , Kelly Reilly - 'Old Times' opening night curtain call at the American Airlines Theatre at American Airlines Theatre, - New York City, New York, United States - Wednesday 7th October 2015

Eve Best, Clive Owen and Kelly Reilly
Eve Best, Clive Owen and Kelly Reilly
Eve Best, Clive Owen and Kelly Reilly
Eve Best, Clive Owen and Kelly Reilly
Eve Best, Clive Owen and Kelly Reilly
Eve Best, Clive Owen and Kelly Reilly

Eve Best - Photo Call for the Roundabout Theatre Company production Old Times at the American Airlines Theatre. at American Airlines Theatre, - New York City, New York, United States - Wednesday 26th August 2015

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Douglas Hodge, Eve Best, Kelly Reilly and Clive Owen
Douglas Hodge, Eve Best, Kelly Reilly and Clive Owen
Kelly Reilly, Clive Owen and Eve Best
Kelly Reilly, Clive Owen and Eve Best

Radiohead's Thom Yorke Composes Score For Pinter Play On Broadway


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Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has written what’s been described as an ‘epic and heartbreaking’ score for an new Broadway production of Harold Pinter’s Old Times, starring Clive Owen and Eve Best at New York’s Roundabout theatre.

Thom YorkeThom Yorke has composed the score for a production of Old Times on Broadway.

In a statement about the project Yorke said he'd "enjoyed exploring through music the script's themes of love and memory as well as Pinter's rhythms, twists and turns.”

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Stan Lee Is Writing 'Lucky Man' Superhero Series For Sky With James Nesbitt Set To Star


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Stan Lee is set to bring his creative talents to the British small screen for the first time, as the legendary comic book writer is penning a new drama for UK television. ‘Lucky Man’, which will star James Nesbitt, has already begun filming and will air on Sky One next year, the channel has confirmed.

Stan LeeStan Lee is bringing 'Lucky Man' to Sky One next year.

Nesbitt stars as DI Harry Clayton, a gambler and policeman in London who is given a charm by a mysterious woman which appears to enable him to make his own luck. Once he has the charm Clayton, whose wife and child had left him thanks to his gambling, begins to see his fortunes change for the better.

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The King's Speech Review


Extraordinary

Momentous historical events add a remarkable kick to this fascinating personal drama, which is based on journal entries and firsthand accounts. besides being hugely entertaining, the film also gives Colin Firth yet another meaty role to dive into.

In 1925, Bertie (Firth), the Duke of York, is paralysed with fear when required to speak in public. After unsuccessful treatment for his stammer, his wife Elizabeth (Bonham Carter) locates unorthodox speech therapist Lionel Logue (Rush), an Australian who insists on familiarity even with the royals. But as Bertie begins to make progress, his life takes a dramatic turn when his brother Edward VIII (Pearce) abdicates the throne, leaving Bertie in place as George VI just as war breaks out with Germany. Now the nation really needs to hear his voice.

The sharp, often very witty script has the ring of truth to it, refusing to overplay big events or to create some miracle cinematic cure that sees Bertie rising to inspiring orator status. Even though it's still extremely crowd-pleasing, it's a much more complex story centring on the man behind the stutter, exploring the intimate, difficult journey Bertie must have taken before he was so suddenly thrust into the limelight.

As with last year's A Single Man, Firth invests the role with layered subtext that gives Bertie a fully fledged inner life far beyond the astute screenplay.
It's a beautiful performance that tells us as much with a quiet sigh as it does with a razor-sharp line of dialog. His banter with the excellent Rush is also full of substance, while Bonham Carter not only uncannily captures the Queen Mother's physical presence but also the strength of the woman who, together with her husband, would so bravely lead Britain through the Blitz.

Visually, the film transcends the usual costume-drama approach, with expert direction from Hooper that beautifully plays with perspectives and textures.
Also notable is the way the camera quietly captures expansive backdrops that continually remind us (and Bertie) that there's a whole nation out there waiting for his next word. And along the way, we strongly identify with Bertie, which makes his journey takes both stirring and thrillingly inspiring.

Eve Best - Monday 8th November 2010 at Ziegfeld Theatre The premiere of The King's Speech at the Ziegfeld Theatre New York City, USA

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Eve Best and Will Ferrell Thursday 5th February 2009 Opening Night of Will Ferrell's You're Welcome America, A Final Night with George W. Bush at the Cort Theatre - Arrivals New York City, USA

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