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Macbeth - Teaser Trailer


After a long, hard battle, a Scottish Thane learns of a prophesy that will change his life forever. Macbeth (Michael Fassbender) is confronted by three witches, who inform him that he shall one day be king, and that no man born by a woman shall ever kill him. When another of their prophecies comes true, he confronts his wife (Marion Cotillard), who convinces him that he must murder King Duncan (David Thewlis). From there, Macbeth falls into the darkest depths of the human soul, as he betrays those he loves for power, and abandons his friends for the love of prophesies.

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Far From The Madding Crowd - Teaser Trailer


Bathsheba Everdene (Carey Mulligan) is a beautiful young, yet poor woman. After saving the life of a young farmer, he falls utterly in love with her, yet she moves away after realising that she did not love him. When a fire destroys his farm, he goes in search of a new job - finding one as a farm hand, working for Everdene. But as she begins to earn the interest of a further two suitors, Everdene is caught up in a whirlwind of intrigue and controversy. Will Everdene discover true love? Or will she bring destruction to all those who fall under her spell?

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Hilton McRae, Neil Stuke and Lindsay Duncan - Opening night after party for the Brits Off Broadway production of "Bull" at 59E59 Theaters - New York, NY, United States - Thursday 2nd May 2013

Hilton Mcrae, Neil Stuke and Lindsay Duncan

Hilton McRae, Laurence Olivier and Haymarket Hotel Tuesday 22nd February 2011 The Laurence Olivier Awards Nominees Lunch at Haymarket Hotel London, England

Hilton Mcrae, Laurence Olivier and Haymarket Hotel

Adam Cooper, Sian Brooke, Gary Wilmot and Hilton McRae - Adam Cooper, Sian Brooke, Gary Wilmot and Hilton McRae Tuesday 22nd July 2008 at Royal Festival Hall London, England

Adam Cooper, Sian Brooke, Gary Wilmot and Hilton Mcrae
Hilton Mcrae, Adam Cooper and Sian Brooke
Adam Cooper, Sian Brooke, Gary Wilmot and Hilton Mcrae
Adam Cooper, Sian Brooke and Hilton Mcrae
Adam Cooper, Sian Brooke, Gary Wilmot and Hilton Mcrae
Adam Cooper, Sian Brooke and Hilton Mcrae

The French Lieutenant's Woman Review


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If you can remember anything about this 1981 movie, it's probably the image of Meryl Streep standing at the end of a pier, threatened to be blown into the sea by a horrendous storm.

Now released on DVD, the complicated tale of The French Lieutenant's Woman tells us of a 19th century English woman named Sarah (Streep), a woman who finds herself at the bottom of the social strata because she has had an affair (and been tossed aside) by a French military officer. When an engaged biologist named Charles (Jeremy Irons) encounters her on that pier, he becomes immediately entranced, and soon they are engaged in an affair.

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Macbeth - Teaser Trailer

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After a long, hard battle, a Scottish Thane learns of a prophesy that will change...

Far From The Madding Crowd Trailer

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Bathsheba Everdene (Carey Mulligan) is a beautiful young, yet poor woman. After saving the life...

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