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Emily Watson and Richard E. Grant starring in Fado!

Emily Watson and Richard E. Grant are to star in the romantic comedy 'Fado!'. The duo are attached to feature in Jason Wingard's film – the first time they have shared the screen together since Robert Altman's Oscar-winning 'Gosford Park' 20 years ago.
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Loki writer answers your biggest questions about Loki variants, Richard E. Grant, and timelines

As Loki kicks off on Disney Plus, there's a lot to get our heads around – the whole concept of time in the MCU has pretty much been turned on its head, for example. Turns out there's a Sacred Timeline that no one is allowed to deviate from and, if they do, they'll have the Time Variance Authority on their backs. The TVA is an organization tasked with monitoring the timeline of the universe and making sure nothing goes awry – except, of course, "things going awry" is sort of Loki's specialty.

‘Persuasion’: Cosmo Jarvis To Star Opposite Dakota Johnson In Netflix & MRC Jane Austen Movie; Richard E. Grant, Suki Waterhouse, Nikki Amuka-Bird & More Join

EXCLUSIVE: Cosmo Jarvis (Lady Macbeth), Suki Waterhouse (The Divergent Series: Insurgent), Oscar nominee Richard E. Grant (Can You Ever Forgive Me?) and BAFTA nominee Nikki Amuka-Bird (NW) are among those joining Dakota Johnson and Henry Golding in Netflix and MRC’s Jane Austen movie Persuasion. Rising Brit actor Jarvis joins as...
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‘The Spine of Night’ Trailer: An Ultra-Violent Rotoscoped Fantasy Starring Richard E. Grant and Lucy Lawless

Now this is a SXSW film. All the ingredients are in place to make Philip Gelatt and Morgan Galen King’s “The Spine of Night” the next great cult hit to come out of the festival: it’s an ultra-violent (great) rotoscoped fantasy (very cool) featuring the voice work of no less than Richard E. Grant and Lucy Lawless (sold). Premiering at next week’s virtual SXSW Film Festival, “The Spine of Night” looks like the sort of special festival find people would chatter about after a particularly wild midnight screening, but now film fans can watch it in the safety of their own homes. (Safety for its characters, however, is not at all guaranteed.)

‘Earwig and the Witch’ Trailer: Studio Ghibli’s First CG Movie Debuts English Voice Cast, Including Richard E. Grant, Kacey Musgraves

The first-ever CG animated film from Studio Ghibli is getting a lot of press for the anime studio – beloved for 2D classics like Spirited Away and My Neighbor Totoro – as they enter the unknown territory of 3D animation. And U.S. distributor Gkids is pulling out all the stops for Earwig and the Witch, directed by Hayao Miyazaki’s […]

Richard E. Grant joins English dub cast for ‘Earwig And The Witch’

Richard E. Grant has joined the English-language dub cast for Studio Ghibli’s Cannes Label 2020 selection Earwig And The Witch. GKIDS has set an early 2021 awards-qualifying North American release in early 2021 while Elysian Film Group Distribution will handle a UK release in spring 2021. Joining Grant as The...