Emma Thompson

The Christmas romcom is as popular as ever – 17 years after its release.
Emma Thompson's festive film steps away from the perfection of Christmas, and tackles many of the deep-rooted issues our society faces today.
The movie stars Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding, and features new music from the late George Michael – but critics are not impressed.
As we reach the halfway point of Strictly Come Dancing, Will Bayley has to bow out, we go over which couples are most likely to end up in the final, Mariah Carey’s infamous single All I Want For Christmas turns 25, and Emma Thompson tries to get a waiter re-hired after an embarrassing selfie blunder.
The actress has made no secret of her disdain for selfies in the past.
Glenn Close famously pulled on the black and white wig for 1996’s 101 Dalmatians.
Game Of Thrones star Emilia Clarke appears opposite Emma Thompson and Henry Golding in what could well be a new festive classic.
Russell T. Davies' drama has aired without much fanfare, but it totally deserves it.
Emma Thompson leads an all-star cast in this dystopian drama that's actually full of hope.