Les MIserables

The James Clayton Column: Why Russell Crowe rocks

James Clayton Feature Mar 1, 2013

To mark the release of Broken City, James trains a spotlight on the sterling work of actor Russell Crowe...

Music in Film: The Oscars 2013

Ivan Radford Feature Feb 25, 2013

In the wake of the Oscars, Ivan looks at the year's nominees, and argues that it's time the Academy changed its music categories...

The James Clayton Column: Oscar nominees for new award categories

James Clayton Feature Feb 15, 2013

As the Academy Awards come round again, James introduces a few new Oscar categories of his own...

Full list of BAFTA Film Award winners

Simon Brew News Feb 11, 2013

Argo, Ben Affleck, Les Miserables, Quentin Tarantino, Skyfall and Daniel Day-Lewis all prevail at the BAFTAs...

Why are ensemble casts so popular in films?

Mark Harrison Feature Feb 12, 2013

Are movies increasingly relying on ensemble casts rather than one bankable star? Mark looks at a growing trend...

Music in Film: Do you hear the people sing?

Ivan Radford Feature Jan 24, 2013

In the wake of Les Misérables' success, Ivan takes a look at how the musical has reinvented itself in the modern era...

The 70th Golden Globes: winners and thoughts

Simon Brew News Jan 14, 2013

Argo, Les Miserables, Homeland and Girls are among the big winners at the Golden Globes. Here's the rundown...

Sacha Baron Cohen explains Django Unchained departure

Glen Chapman News

Sacha Baron Cohen was one of a few actors to leave Django Unchained. Recently, he's been chatting about what prompted his decision...

The James Clayton Column: Macho Les Miserables and gender-coding genres

James Clayton Feature Jan 4, 2013

As the makers of Les Misérables pitch their movie as being "for blokes as well", James ponders the topic of gender-specific genres...

New trailer for Les Miserables

Simon Brew Trailer Nov 9, 2012

Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Amanda Seyfried and Anne Hathaway line up for Les Miserables. And they're having a sing song right here...

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