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‘Scoop’ Makes Splash In UK: Prince Andrew Film Draws Nearly 2.8M Viewers On Netflix - deadline.com - Britain - county Andrew
deadline.com
12.04.2024 / 15:31

‘Scoop’ Makes Splash In UK: Prince Andrew Film Draws Nearly 2.8M Viewers On Netflix

Scoop, the Netflix film chronicling Prince Andrew‘s humbling interview on the BBC, has enjoyed a relatively regal reception from British audiences.

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis share ‘Song For Amy’ from new Amy Winehouse film ‘Back To Black’ - www.nme.com - Britain - Washington
nme.com
12.04.2024 / 12:35

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis share ‘Song For Amy’ from new Amy Winehouse film ‘Back To Black’

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis have shared ‘Song For Amy’, a song they wrote for the new Amy Winehouse biopic ‘Song For Amy’ – listen below.The delicate, orchestrated track features over the opening credits of the film, which is out in UK cinemas now. Elegant strings underscore Cave’s deeply felt vocals as he sings, “You say that it’s time for us to call it a day / But I will love you anyway”.Listen to ‘Song For Amy’ below:Director Sam Taylor-Johnson’s Back to Black tells the Winehouse story in a feature film for the first time.

Amy Winehouse’s ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil reacts to new film ‘Back to Black’ - www.nme.com - Britain - London
nme.com
12.04.2024 / 12:35

Amy Winehouse’s ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil reacts to new film ‘Back to Black’

Amy Winehouse’s ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil has shared his thoughts on the new biopic Back To Black, explaining that he found it “therapeutic”.The film – directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson – arrives in cinemas earlier today (April 12), and follows the life of the late singer. It stars Marisa Abela (Industry) as Winehouse and charts the iconic singer’s vibrant years living in London, as well as her intense rise to fame.In the movie, Winehouse’s former husband Blake Fielder-Civil is portrayed by Jack O’Connell (Skins, Godless, Lady Chatterley’s Lover). He stars opposite Eddie Marsan, who was cast as the singer’s father, Mitch.Now, appearing on today’s episode of Good Morning Britain, Fielder-Civil shared his thoughts on the biopic, and admitted that he found the film “almost therapeutic” due to how he was depicted.In the interview with host Kate Garraway, he said that some parts of the movie made him feel seen “in a more accurate representation” to what he is used to.“Not in a sense of being let off the hook or whitewashed, as [has] been alluded to… just in a sense of it wasn’t all about addiction,” he said.

Amy Winehouse's mum on tender final moments with daughter and how she found out about 'devastating' death - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - county Caroline
ok.co.uk
12.04.2024 / 10:41

Amy Winehouse's mum on tender final moments with daughter and how she found out about 'devastating' death

Thousands will flock to the cinema today to watch the new Amy Winehouse biopic, Back to Black, as it hits screens for the first time.The film portrays the life of the iconic but troubled artist, who rose to fame with her incredible songs such as Rehab and Valerie, before tragically dying from alcohol poisoning in 2011, aged just 27. Despite her immense talent, Amy battled demons her entire life, including struggles with addiction and bulimia, which she faced throughout her music career. Actress Marisa Abela, 27, has been transformed into Amy, donning her signature black beehive hairdo, thick eyeliner, and tattoos, while Jack O'Connell plays her husband, Blake Fielder-Civil.

Odeon tickets can be snapped up from £5 with Wowcher deal saving up to 59% - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain
dailyrecord.co.uk
11.04.2024 / 14:09

Odeon tickets can be snapped up from £5 with Wowcher deal saving up to 59%

Going to the cinema is a fun experience, but these days it can cost a pretty penny, with prices of tickets and food adding up.

Sam Taylor-Johnson Explains Why She Had a 'Tough' Time Making 'Fifty Shades of Grey' - www.justjared.com - London
justjared.com
10.04.2024 / 20:05

Sam Taylor-Johnson Explains Why She Had a 'Tough' Time Making 'Fifty Shades of Grey'

Sam Taylor-Johnson is opening up about her experience making the first Fifty Shades of Grey movie.

NME Screens announces ‘Challengers’ preview event later this month - www.nme.com - Britain - London - New York - city Asteroid
nme.com
10.04.2024 / 17:13

NME Screens announces ‘Challengers’ preview event later this month

In partnership with Warner Bros. UKNME Screens will show Challengers, the latest film from visionary director Luca Guadagnino, at a special preview event in London later this month.

‘Kung Fu Panda’ Bests ‘Godzilla x Kong’ at U.K., Ireland Box Office as Amy Winehouse Biopic, ‘Civil War’ Loom - variety.com - Ireland
variety.com
10.04.2024 / 11:07

‘Kung Fu Panda’ Bests ‘Godzilla x Kong’ at U.K., Ireland Box Office as Amy Winehouse Biopic, ‘Civil War’ Loom

Naman Ramachandran Universal’s “Kung Fu Panda 4” topped the U.K. and Ireland box office with £2.8 million ($3.6 million), according to numbers from Comscore. The film now has a total of £12.7 million after two weekends.

In celebration of ‘Back To Black’, the search is on for the UK’s favourite Amy Winehouse song - www.nme.com - Britain - London - Manchester - Ireland
nme.com
09.04.2024 / 16:25

In celebration of ‘Back To Black’, the search is on for the UK’s favourite Amy Winehouse song

Amy Winehouse biopic Back To Black arriving in cinemas, the search is on to find out which of her songs is the UK’s favourite.The film – which is directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson – is set to arrive on April 12, and will follow the life of the late singer. It stars Marisa Abela (Industry) as Winehouse and charts the iconic singer’s vibrant years living in London, as well as her intense rise to fame.Now, just days before it makes its way into cinemas, a nationwide search has been launched to uncover which of the singer’s tracks is the most-loved in the UK.Commencing last Friday (April 5) and running until tomorrow (April 10), a giant Back To Black touring installation has been making its way across Manchester, Glasgow and London.

‘Back To Black’ Review: A Refreshingly Honest Look At The Short, Troubled Life Of Amy Winehouse - deadline.com - Britain - Washington
deadline.com
09.04.2024 / 08:53

‘Back To Black’ Review: A Refreshingly Honest Look At The Short, Troubled Life Of Amy Winehouse

For her ‘unofficial’ 2009 John Lennon biopic Nowhere Boy, Sam Taylor-Johnson had so little music to work with that the opening chord of “Hard Day’s Night” pretty much had to carry the whole movie. You might think that history would repeat for Back to Black, the short but fast-lived story of Amy Winehouse, who rose to international fame in her teens and never saw 28, never mind 30. Surprisingly, the Winehouse estate is all in, and although one might argue that the singer’s trainwreck notoriety has been slightly snow-washed to protect the living, there’s still a surprisingly hard edge here, in a rare film that gives rock’n’roll agency to a woman for once, like a reverse-angle Sid & Nancy.

‘Back to Black’ Review: Marisa Abela Nails Amy Winehouse in Every Look, Mood and Note in a Biopic at Once Forthright and Forbidding - variety.com - Britain
variety.com
09.04.2024 / 08:21

‘Back to Black’ Review: Marisa Abela Nails Amy Winehouse in Every Look, Mood and Note in a Biopic at Once Forthright and Forbidding

Owen Gleiberman Chief Film Critic “Back to Black,” the 2006 album that the new Amy Winehouse biopic takes its title from, is a record built on an exquisite contradiction. The music has a crispy delicious retro-bop bounce, a quality that extends to Winehouse’s vocals, which take the growling-cat stylings of jazz legends like Sarah Vaughan and Billie Holiday and kick them up into something playfully ferocious. Yet when you tune into the lyrics, they’re as dark as midnight.

NME announces special print edition celebrating Amy Winehouse and new film ‘Back to Black’ - www.nme.com - Britain - county Cross
nme.com
08.04.2024 / 09:51

NME announces special print edition celebrating Amy Winehouse and new film ‘Back to Black’

In partnership with STUDIOCANALNME is delighted to announce plans for a special print edition celebrating the life and legacy of acclaimed singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse – and to mark the release of new film Back to Black. There will also be a free NME Screens preview event where fans can see the film before it is released in cinemas (April 12).The 36-page magazine is an in-depth exploration of Winehouse’s story and features never-seen-before photos of Amy, captured during her extraordinary rise during the 2000s by photographer Tom Oxley.

Meet Sam Taylor-Johnson, the wife of the new James Bond - us.hola.com - Britain - county Stone
us.hola.com
06.04.2024 / 14:35

Meet Sam Taylor-Johnson, the wife of the new James Bond

Aaron Taylor-Johnson is rumored to be the new James Bond. The opportunity is the role of a lifetime, and a dream come true for many actors. While the franchise’s producers and executives have yet to confirm the news, the rumors have sparked some interest in Aaron and his life, including his wife, the filmmaker Sam Taylor Johnson.

Prince Andrew's life now - from home in disrepair to Beatrice wedding snub and title shame - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain - county Andrew
dailyrecord.co.uk
05.04.2024 / 13:11

Prince Andrew's life now - from home in disrepair to Beatrice wedding snub and title shame

Prince Andrew's life has been significantly altered - his home is in disrepair, he was snubbed at Beatrice's wedding and he's lost his titles. The Duke of York's downfall was triggered by a disastrous BBC interview.

Gillian Anderson Talks 'Scoop' and an Iconic Career - www.glamour.com - Britain - New York - USA - Chicago - county Andrew
glamour.com
05.04.2024 / 13:09

Gillian Anderson Talks 'Scoop' and an Iconic Career

Scoop ( Friday, April 5), centers on Prince Andrew's first sit-down interview about his friendship with convicted sex offender, the late financier, (which later resulted in him stepping down from official royal duties), but the more profound story here is how it happened.That's where Anderson comes in. She plays BBC Newsnight anchor and journalist, Emily Maitlis, who conducted the infamous 2019 interview after months of tenacious work by her producer, Sam McAlister (played by Billie Piper), to secure the booking.“I remember hearing about the interview, but I hadn't seen it right [away],” Anderson tells me over Zoom from her New York hotel room.

Emily Maitlis On “Unreal” Dueling Prince Andrew Dramas & If She Will Watch ‘Scoop’ On Netflix: “I Will Get Around To It At Some Stage” - deadline.com - Britain
deadline.com
05.04.2024 / 12:59

Emily Maitlis On “Unreal” Dueling Prince Andrew Dramas & If She Will Watch ‘Scoop’ On Netflix: “I Will Get Around To It At Some Stage”

EXCLUSIVE: Netflix‘s dramatization of the BBC’s bombshell Prince Andrew interview is proving to be one of the streamer’s most discussed debuts in some time, but one person has largely kept her silence.

Billie Piper says she’s still in £9million debt to Virgin Records - www.nme.com - Britain - London
nme.com
05.04.2024 / 11:29

Billie Piper says she’s still in £9million debt to Virgin Records

Billie Piper has admitted that she is still in debt to Virgin Records.The actress and singer was signed to Innocent Records – a subsidiary of Virgin Records – in 1998, when she was 15-years-old and released her debut single ‘Because We Want To’ on the label.Speaking about the debt, which is reportedly around £9million, she told Jessie Ware‘s Table Manners podcast: “I’m still in debt to Virgin. If I ever release an album, which I won’t, I’d probably have to pay off that debt.

‘Scoop’ Review: Gillian Anderson and Billie Piper Go In for the Kill in an Engrossing Look Behind Prince Andrew’s Fall From Grace - variety.com - Britain - county Windsor - Indiana
variety.com
04.04.2024 / 15:09

‘Scoop’ Review: Gillian Anderson and Billie Piper Go In for the Kill in an Engrossing Look Behind Prince Andrew’s Fall From Grace

Guy Lodge Film Critic It’s no great slight to “Scoop” to say that it’s no more compelling than the real-life news broadcast on which it pivots. It’s also no less compelling than said broadcast, which was, after all, a doozy: the 2019 episode of “BBC Newsnight” in which anchor Emily Maitlis interviewed Prince Andrew about his friendship with the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Mark Ronson’s character will not be in the ‘Back To Black’ film - www.nme.com - Britain - London - Ireland
nme.com
01.04.2024 / 05:09

Mark Ronson’s character will not be in the ‘Back To Black’ film

Amy Winehouse‘s 2006 album ‘Back To Black’, it has been confirmed that the character of Mark Ronson will not be in the upcoming film of the same name.The confirmation comes after Canadian actor Jeff Tunke claimed in an interview with The Daily Mail that the scenes he had filmed as Ronson had all been cut from the final movie. According to Tunke, the scenes being cut has also led to his credits being removed from the film and IMDb.However, the film’s director Sam Taylor-Johnson has since responded via a spokesperson, saying: “The character of Mark Ronson has never appeared on screen in the film, so it would not have been possible to ‘cut all the scenes’ involving Mark Ronson as they do not exist.”Ronson, who was Winehouse’s friend and collaborator, helped produced her seminal second album, 2006’s ‘Back To Black’.

Gillian Anderson, Rufus Sewell, & Billie Piper at 'Scoop' World Premiere in London - www.justjared.com - London
justjared.com
28.03.2024 / 07:45

Gillian Anderson, Rufus Sewell, & Billie Piper at 'Scoop' World Premiere in London

Gillian Anderson is hitting the red carpet for the world premiere of her new Netflix movie!

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