Articles about The King's Speech

Colin Firth on Playing a Yank Opposite Emily Blunt in 'Arthur Newman' and Life After 'The King's Speech'
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Colin Firth, The King's Speech, Arthur Newman
Actor Colin Firth sat down with @Indiewire to discuss the concept of starting over, his ties to America, and living down his career defining turn in "The King's Speech."
Added by on 4/23/13
The Queen's Hollywood
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An infographic detailing the last 10 Oscar-winning movies based in London and/or filmed there
Added by on 2/20/13
Tom Hooper Wanted to Direct Starting Around Age 12
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Tom Hooper, The King's Speech, Les Misérables (2012)
A closer look at the life and career of Tom Hooper, director of "The King's Speech" and now "Les Misérables"
Added by on 12/30/12
Box Office Biz That's Not From Concentrate
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"The Master" crushed its per-screen average upon opening; here's a @pajiba list of similar results, and not all are predictive
Source: www.pajiba.com
Added by on 9/19/12
Timothy Spall on playing Churchill, a rat, and a wanker
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Timothy Spall has become a familiar face in British TV and cinema, recognized for his work in the Harry Potter franchise while also serving as a staple in decidedly older-skewing films as well, including Sweeney Todd, Secrets & Lies, and The King's Speech. He talks about all his random roles here.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 8/10/12
12 Historical Hollywood Makeovers
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Abraham Lincoln, King Henry VIII, and Nikola Tesla were hunks? See the stars who play them vs. images of them in real life.
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 6/22/12
At 92, Movie Bootlegger Is Soldiers' Hero
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The remarkable story of Hyman Strachman, otherwise known as "Big Hy", a widowed World War II veteran who has sent hundreds of thousands of bootlegged DVDs to troops overseas.
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 4/27/12
The MPAA Being a 'Bully': 10 Films That Appealed Their Ratings
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In honor of Weinstein's efforts on behalf of "Bully," @indiewire weeded through the best MPAA vs. distributor battles to bring you our list of 10 films that made an effort to change the board's minds.
Added by on 3/29/12
Best Picture Fails
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An @ew gallery of 18 Best Picture winners that are highly suspect, and the movies they beat out for the prize
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 2/28/12
Best Picture Nominees: 2010 vs 2011
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Oscars 2012, Oscars 2010, The King's Speech, The Artist
Comparing the 2010 best picture nominees to this year's group and identifying some of the trends in the industry.
Added by on 2/26/12
Colin Firth on Playing a Yank Opposite Emily Blunt in 'Arthur Newman' and Life After 'The King's Speech'
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Colin Firth, The King's Speech, Arthur Newman
Actor Colin Firth sat down with @Indiewire to discuss the concept of starting over, his ties to America, and living down his career defining turn in "The King's Speech."
Added by on 4/23/13
Tom Hooper Wanted to Direct Starting Around Age 12
Interesting
Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Tom Hooper, The King's Speech, Les Misérables (2012)
A closer look at the life and career of Tom Hooper, director of "The King's Speech" and now "Les Misérables"
Added by on 12/30/12
Timothy Spall on playing Churchill, a rat, and a wanker
Interesting
Timothy Spall has become a familiar face in British TV and cinema, recognized for his work in the Harry Potter franchise while also serving as a staple in decidedly older-skewing films as well, including Sweeney Todd, Secrets & Lies, and The King's Speech. He talks about all his random roles here.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 8/10/12
The Queen's Hollywood
Interesting
An infographic detailing the last 10 Oscar-winning movies based in London and/or filmed there
Added by on 2/20/13
Box Office Biz That's Not From Concentrate
Interesting
"The Master" crushed its per-screen average upon opening; here's a @pajiba list of similar results, and not all are predictive
Source: www.pajiba.com
Added by on 9/19/12
12 Historical Hollywood Makeovers
Interesting
Abraham Lincoln, King Henry VIII, and Nikola Tesla were hunks? See the stars who play them vs. images of them in real life.
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 6/22/12
At 92, Movie Bootlegger Is Soldiers' Hero
Interesting
The remarkable story of Hyman Strachman, otherwise known as "Big Hy", a widowed World War II veteran who has sent hundreds of thousands of bootlegged DVDs to troops overseas.
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 4/27/12
The MPAA Being a 'Bully': 10 Films That Appealed Their Ratings
Interesting
In honor of Weinstein's efforts on behalf of "Bully," @indiewire weeded through the best MPAA vs. distributor battles to bring you our list of 10 films that made an effort to change the board's minds.
Added by on 3/29/12
Best Picture Fails
Interesting
An @ew gallery of 18 Best Picture winners that are highly suspect, and the movies they beat out for the prize
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 2/28/12
Best Picture Nominees: 2010 vs 2011
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Oscars 2012, Oscars 2010, The King's Speech, The Artist
Comparing the 2010 best picture nominees to this year's group and identifying some of the trends in the industry.
Added by on 2/26/12
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Featured in: The King's Speech
All the scenes in Lionel Logue's (Oscar nominee Geoffrey Rush) office were filmed here.
33 Portland Place, London, England
Added by on 7/10/11