Tags : Colin Firth

‘Supernova’ – Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci At A Celestial

Supernova is an elegant, elegiac story of two soulmates facing the cruelty of dementia, with director Harry Macqueen crafting a mature, affecting story of galactic proportions. Every star in the night sky looks the same to me—glinting uniformly in the inky darkness, unthreatening in their anonymity. Would I find the night sky less beautiful if […]Read More

Trailer Released For ‘Supernova’ Starring Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci

The trailer for the romantic comedy-drama Supernova, starring Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci, has been released. The two-minute teaser introduces us to long term partners Sam (Colin Firth) and Tusker (Stanley Tucci), who are on holiday with one another, possibly for the last time. Supernova explores Tusker’s early onset dementia, and the troubles this brings […]Read More

Film News: Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci to star in

Filming has just wrapped on an upcoming romantic drama film titled Supernova, starring none other than international treasures Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci. Filmed against the stunning scenery of the Lake District, the emotional-sounding storyline is set to follow long-term couple Sam (Firth) and Tusker (Tucci) as they travel across England in their old RV […]Read More

Film News: Colin Firth to return for Kingsman sequel

Matthew Vaughn’s spy comedy Kingsman: The Secret Service proved one of 2015’s most talked about films for a number of reasons. Many delighted in its subversive humour and fun characters, while others took great offence to its abundant use of graphic violence (mostly relating to a certain church scene). One thing it was especially notable for was […]Read More

Defining Moments: Colin Firth

Colin Firth is one of the most quintessentially British actors to have ever graced the silver screen. Long before the likes of Cumberbatch, Hiddleston and Redmayne, Firth was one of the original British pin-up stars. Dapper, charming and a little emotionally repressed, Firth has often portrayed roles that play up to this stereotypical image of […]Read More

Film Review: Kingsman: The Secret Service

Based on Mark Millar’s comic of the same name, Kingsman: The Secret Service is quite simply a delight. Mixing the class and sophistication of the British Elite with a sense of badass violence and action, isn’t a totally original concept, granted. But in an era where James Bond – the ultimate gentleman spy – is […]Read More