Tag Archives: Kristin Scott Thomas
Hey you guys, remember "Drive?" The 2011 movie by director Nicholas Winding Refn that featured Ryan Gosling tooling around in a getaway car, being all stoic as he beat the unholy hell out of people? Well, that film became an instant cult classic and generated huge critical acclaim, so you may just want to check out the first teaser clip for the upcoming indie "Only God Forgives."
Because Gosling and Refn are back at it again — and someone is about to pay the price with their face. Get More »
Looks like Robert Pattinson is taking a break from the Cullen clan and heading to Paris. Sort of.
In the new U.S. trailer for "Bel Ami," based on the classic novel by Guy de Maupassant (it was probably on your high school reading list), everyone's favorite vampire is spreading his thespian wings to tackle the lead role of mere mortal Georges Duroy, a penniless soldier seeking his fortune through the "generosity" of the city's richest women ... who happen to be the wives of the city's richest men. You can see how that could get kinda messy. Get More »
Chemistry is something not even the best of actors can fake. Either an on-screen couple has it, or they don't. Lucky for the romantic dramedy "Salmon Fishing in Yemen," stars Emily Blunt and Ewan McGregor have it. Their inspired pairing makes this oddball tale entertaining and, best of all, endearing.
In the Lasse Hallstrom ("Chocolat")-directed film, Blunt plays Harriet, representative to a visionary sheik who will spare no expense to bring the sport of salmon fishing to the desert (yeah, you heard that right). McGregor gives a funny turn as Fred, Britain's leading fisheries expert (yes, that's a title), who is enlisted to make the sheik's dreams a reality. Get More »
Welcome to the first trailer for "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen," a British comedy about journalism, politics, love, and introducing non-native species into ecosystems.
Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt star as a stodgy scientist and U.K. government representative, respectively, who are at odds over a sort of goodwill plan that, as you might guess from the title, involves fly-fishing in Yemen. Specifically, as a goodwill gesture of sorts, the Prime Minister's spokesperson (Kristin Scott Thomas) decides that one Sheikh's desire to enjoy his hobby closer to home would be a great human interest story during a time of turmoil. Get More »