Hilmar chats about working with Kingsley, the research she did for the film, getting her start in Iceland and her time at the London Academy of Dramatic Arts.
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A literary agent (Patricia Clarkson) whose husband left her and a Sikh driving instructor (Ben Kingsley) on the verge of an arranged marriage find that each has something to learn from the other about starting life anew.
Al Pacino, Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Douglas, Ben Kingsley and More on the Best Advice They Ever Got (Video)
The Hollywood Reporter attended the Toronto Film Festival and asked some of the industry’s biggest celebrities…
Exodus: Gods and Kings: From acclaimed director Ridley Scott (Gladiator, Prometheus) comes the epic adventure…
Interview: Rob Meyer On His Directorial Debut, ‘A Birder’s Guide To Everything’, Working With Ben Kingsley and More!
Rob: “I’ll always remember getting that email from the casting director saying it’s looking good, dates permitting, with Sir Ben”
Chris Evans on Why Acclaimed Actors are Doing Marvel Movies: “We don’t just love good performances. We love good movies. And Marvel has the Midas touch”
The upcoming Captain America: The Winter Soldier seems to have even more buzz than usual…
A movie about four 15-year old high school students searching for an extinct duck just…
One of the most surprising members of the cast of Iron Man 3 is Rebecca Hall, who plays scientist Maya Hansen. Hall has had a prolific career since her first film in 2006, but had never been in any sort of big budget film until appearing alongside Robert Downey, Jr. in Iron Man 3.
Ben Kingsley: “I think when actors are playing villains, the best key is not to look at how evil they can be, but to look into their total conviction”
Without spoiling much, Ben Kingsley absolutely steals the show in Iron Man 3. He plays the Mandarin, a terrorist who controls the television airwaves in order to broadcast his vicious acts.
In Theaters: May 3rd
Ben Kingsley on Acting in a 3D Film: “The 3D camera has such X-ray capacity that you almost have to modify your acting to a terrifying degree”
One of the best-reviewed films of 2012 is Martin Scorsese’s Hugo, and a large part of the praise comes from both the film’s use of 3D and Ben Kingsley’s portrayal of early film pioneer Georges Melies.
Oscar winner Ben Kingsley might have turned in one his finest performances in Hugo, but the award-winner admits he wasn’t always the acclaimed actor he’s often praised for being.