This week in the world of entertainment, Brad Pitt added a BAFTA to his Golden Globe, teeing him up for that possible Oscar win this Sunday. Al Pacino took a tumble on the red carpet, made an unexpected appearance on The One Show and we look at some ridiculous celebrity facial expressions.
"All that's left is for Joe Pesci to do Countdown's Dictionary Corner."
The Irishman actor had been nominated for Best Supporting Actor.
The truth is, Pacino can't really hold a note, but it scarcely matters. He's as mesmerising now as when he made his screen debut more than 40 years ago. And while in many of his films he shone brighter than many of the cast, here there is a level playing field thanks to the presence of Plummer and the ever brilliant Annette Bening.
With roles in films such as ‘The Godfather’, ‘Scarface’ and ‘Dog Day Afternoon’, Al Pacino is one of the most iconic and
The showing of The Godfather at the Royal Albert Hall accompanied by a live orchestra! Sounds dreamy right! The Godfather was the latest in a series of classic films with live orchestral accompaniment at the majestic venue.
Screen veteran Robert Duvall believes there are far more good actors around now than when he started out in Hollywood. “There
On receiving a Fellowship at the BFI, Al Pacino said: "If you put any movie on a big screen nowadays, I'll love it. I mean, who wants to watch movies on iPhones? I'm so tired of that." I too love a good night out at the cinema, but he's wrong. Sorry Mr Pacino but millions of people watch films on their mobile devices worldwide, and Video on Demand (VOD) is their preferred choice.
Forty years after its original release, Coppola's masterpiece The Godfather: Part II is to screen in UK cinemas. Park Circus's release of The Godfather: Part II (restored in 4K) returns to the big screen from the 21st of February, opening at BFI Southbank and selected cinemas nationwide.