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Gala Performance of 'The Car Man' - Arrivals

Zoe Wanamaker - Matthew Bourne's 'The Car Man' Gala Night at Sadlers Wells, London at Sadlers Wells - London, United Kingdom - Sunday 19th July 2015

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Gala Performance of 'THE CAR MAN' - Arrivals

Zoe Wanamaker and Guest - Gala Performance of Matthew Bourne's 'THE CAR MAN' - Arrivals at Sadler's Wells Theatre - London, United Kingdom - Sunday 19th July 2015

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'The Importance of Being Earnest' - Arrivals

Zoƫ Wanamaker - 'The Importance of Being Earnest' at the Vaudeville Theatre - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 1st July 2015

Something Rotten Opening Arrivals

Zoe Wanamaker and Walter Bobbie - A variety of stars were snapped as they arrived for the opening night of Broadway's new msuical, comedy show 'Something Rotten' which was held at the St. James Theatre in New York City, New York, United States - Wednesday 22nd April 2015

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Brasil Brasileiro Press Night

Zoe Wanamaker - 'Brasil Brasileiro' Press Night at Sadlers Wells, London - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 10th July 2014

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Passion Play Trailer

James and Eleanor are a seemingly happy couple who have been married 25 glorious years. However, the arrival of a stunning young woman named Kate who befriends the couple becomes their downfall as James embarks on a sordid affair with her whilst frantically trying to cover his tracks from his wife. Soon the mountain of lies grows and it becomes inevitable that the truth will be revealed with inner passions and emotions betraying the perpetrators and barely shrouding their secret. Meanwhile, James and Eleanor's identical inner voices make themselves known to the audience as we experience their raw emotions first hand.

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My Week With Marilyn Review

Based on Colin Clark's memoirs, this film sometimes feels a bit too warm and nostalgic for its own good. But the performances are strong, and it's packed with terrific moments.

At age 23, Colin (Redmayne) is struggling to break into the movie business, camping out at the production offices of Laurence Olivier (Branagh), who is just about to start filming the 1957 comedy The Prince and the Showgirl with Marilyn Monroe (Williams). While Marilyn's diva behaviour and strict acting coach (Wanamaker) enrage Laurence, he can't deny that when she gets it right, she's magic. Meanwhile, Colin is assigned to help Marilyn make it through the shoot. And of course he can't help falling for her.

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My Week With Marilyn Trailer

Colin Clark is an aspiring film maker and his first job upon leaving university is the role of assistant on a new film, called The Prince and The Showgirl. It stars a young Laurence Olivier and Marilyn Monroe, the blonde bombshell who shocks with her implications that she sleeps in the nude.

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It's a Wonderful Afterlife Review

Filmmaker Chadha is back with another uneven comedy, although unlike Bride & Prejudice, this isn't actually a Bollywood variation on the Frank Capra classic: it's a London farce about arranged marriage with a ghostly twist.

The widowed Mrs Sethi (Azmi) is worried that her slightly overweight daughter Roopi (Notay) will never find a husband. Every match she arranges turns Roopi down, which leads Mrs Sethi to react murderously. But now the ghosts (Khan, Bkaskar, Ross and Varrez) of her victims are offering to help in order to improve their chances of reincarnation. Fortunately, Roopi's childhood friend Murthy (Ramamurthy) is back in town and hugely eligible. Unfortunately, he's a detective looking for the killer.

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Wilde Review

You would think the life of Oscar Wilde would lend itself more to film. Not so. This biopic is unfathomably boring and ultimately pointless.

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Review

When you're the chosen one, like the boy wizard Harry Potter, expectations surrounding your arrival can be quite high. The same can be said for the film adaptation about said boy wizard, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. And while the young wonder might not let his magic school chums down, the movie chronicling his early wizard years could use a little lift.

Which isn't to say that Sorcerer's Stone, the first Harry Potter movie based on J.K. Rowling's inexplicably successful book series, is a boring movie. In fact, Rowling's exceptional world, involving young magic makers at a British wizardry prep school, transfers to the screen with a general creativity and charm in the hands of director Chris Columbus. The author's Cinderella-esque tale of a boy who gets invited to the most magical ball of them all, kicks off with a classic sensibility, almost like a modern Dickens.

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