Jesse Eisenberg

Jesse Eisenberg has spoken out against Woody Allen “being tried in the press” over allegations of child abuse made by Mia
Ben, the protagonist of Jesse Eisenberg's play, might feel familiar. He's a rich white dude who wants to be an artist, but actually spends most of his time getting stoned in an apartment bought for him by his dad.
Here's who'll be taking a spin when the new series returns...
The first celebrity guests who'll be putting in an appearance on the new series of ‘Top Gear’ have been announced. Gordon
Actresses haven't been backward at coming forward this year on the inequalities of the movie industry in general, and their
Jesse Eisenberg has clarified controversial remarks he made earlier this week, where he compared appearing at Comic-Con to
Richard Ayoade’s name may be creeping up the pecking order of desired actors, funnymen and, now, directors ('Submarine'), but
Inside Llewyn Davis, is a wonderfully detailed snapshot of the Greenwich Village folk scene in 1962 New York, and our conduit into this world is the abrasive but talented folk singer, Llewyn Davis (Oscar Isaac).
'Now You See Me' raises the following quandary. If you enjoy the first third of a film for its own merits - the deceptive camera-work, interesting characters and whip-smart dialogue - get a bit confused in the middle, and then spend the last third laughing at how preposterous the whole thing's got, is that enough reason for a trip to the cinema? You tell me.
Woody Allen's latest movie has, in its time, been called Nero Fiddled and The Bop Decameron - but now it's settled on a much
A character of worrying but charming intensity, incredibly focused on what they're doing, blind to the concerns of people
These photos on the set of Woody Allen's latest filmThe Bop Decameron give a hint of what's to come from the screen legend