Thandie Newton

“Absence of evidence isn’t evidence of absence...” And PAUSE on the remote control, while we all struggle to keep up with
‘Line of Duty’ famously demands the very best guest stars, as worthy adversaries of anti-corruption police investigation
‘Line of Duty’ returned to our screens last night, and within seconds of the opening credits, it was clear than writer Jed
Line of Duty has carried a fearsome reputation from series to series and has improved each time. Now it is stepping out of the shadows of BBC Two, it will soon become the talk of the nation and any adulation that it receives will be much deserved. Just make sure that you're not the one that misses it.
AC-12 are back with another investigation.
In great news for fans of TV crime drama, arguably the finest series of them all, ‘Line of Duty’ is returning for a fourth
'I can’t do Downton, can’t be in Victoria, can’t be in Call the Midwife.'
Thandie Newton has called out the lack of diversity on British television, revealing why she wouldn’t want to land a role
Thandie Newton has signed up to star in the fourth series of ‘Line Of Duty’, it has been announced. The Hollywood actress
My request is that you let Mrs Claus come this year. Yes, your silent partner. But I know she's the force that keeps you full of beans. You wouldn't be so jolly, energetic and kind without the presence of a woman in your life. She must be FANTASTIC. You must love her to bits. You should come too, to share the load, but it would be an enormous inspiration for all of us to feel her awesomeness. It might give us the boost that we need... Women are standing shoulder to shoulder with men, our partners; just like I'm sure you do with Mrs Santa.
To end malaria we need a commitment from a generation of people to see it through. We at Malaria No More UK will work tirelessly to achieve our aim but I'm also making a call out to you. How do we persuade every day people, business leaders and policy-makers to see this through? To end deaths from malaria - and to end malaria - in our generation.
Spanning a decade, Half Of A Yellow Sun opens in 1960 with newsreel footage of Nigerians celebrating Independence from Britain. We are then introduced to and follow the fortunes of Olanna (Thandie Newton) and her twin sister Kainene (Anika Noni Rose), the middle-class, well-educated and headstrong daughters of a wealthy Lagos businessman.
Spring is officially here, but while the sun has been shining non-stop for almost a week, we've only just over the no-tights
Thandie Newton attended the premiere for her latest film, Good Deeds, in LA last night in a gorgeous, golden lace dress by
Both Thandie Newton and Abbey Clancy opted for electric blue as they hit the red carpet on Tuesday night - Thandie for The