Cillian Murphy

Caroline Frost

Helen McCrory 'Proud And Relieved' By Homeland Star Husband's Success

HuffingtonPost.com | Caroline Frost | Posted 19.11.2013 | UK Entertainment

Helen McCrory reveals that, as proud as she is of her husband Damian Lewis's success in 'Homeland', she's equally relieved that his high profile has c...

Caroline Frost

REVIEW: 'Peaky Blinders' Ep1 - There's A New Anti-Hero In Town

HuffingtonPost.com | Caroline Frost | Posted 12.11.2013 | UK Entertainment

On paper, the setting for 'Peaky Blinders' - money-laundering, robbery, protection and bookmaking amidst the slums of post-First World War Birmingham ...

Caroline Frost

Cillian Murphy: 'I Won't Say I've Nailed The Accent'

HuffingtonPost.com | Caroline Frost | Posted 09.11.2013 | UK Entertainment

'Inception' star Cillian Murphy reveals he’s a bit nervous about what the people of Birmingham will have to say about the Brummie accent he’ll be ...

Film Review - Broken

Jeffrey Winston Aidoo | Posted 08.05.2013 | UK Entertainment
Jeffrey Winston Aidoo

Broken isn't a masterpiece, doesn't attempt to answer any burning questions and its overall message certainly won't leave you with any warm and fuzzy feelings inside, it's still a very worthwhile watch.

EXCLUSIVE CLIP: Tim Roth's Award-Winning Picture Of 'Broken' Family Life

The Huffington Post UK | Caroline Frost | Posted 21.04.2013 | UK Entertainment

Tim Roth, one of the UK's most successful actors in America, has come home for the gruelling family drama, 'Broken', and HuffPost UK are pleased to ho...

Actor Craig Roberts on Life After 'Submarine'

Stephen Applebaum | Posted 20.08.2012 | UK Entertainment
Stephen Applebaum

Twenty-one year old Craig Roberts graduated from kids TV to film with a memorable performance as Oliver Tate, an eccentric teenager intent on losing his virginity, in Submarine.

Two Weeks Left to See Cillian Murphy at the National - Worth it?

Belle Lupton | Posted 15.07.2012 | UK Entertainment
Belle Lupton

If you thought the UK premiere of Enda Walsh's one-man play Misterman would drown in the National's cavernous Lyttelton Theatre, you'd be wrong. Clearly aware of the space he has to fill, Cillian Murphy has already inhabited every nook of the divided stage and thrown oil drums into the crannies he's missed before the first five minutes are up.