A scarred, shaven, tattooed Ralph Fiennes in combat gear and wielding an assault rifle shoots up independence fighters in a burned-out city. This is Shakespeare, Fiennes-style.
Trevor Nunn’s London production of “The Tempest” with Ralph Fiennes has already racked up advance ticket sales of 1 million pounds ($1.6 million).
Ralph Fiennes makes his debut as a director at this year’s Berlin Film Festival with a modern-day setting for Shakespeare’s tragedy “Coriolanus.”
Ralph Fiennes whips up a storm as a magician on the London stage.
Three world premieres, all American made, anchor a main slate of 36 high-profile features at the 51st edition of the New York Film Festival, which begins tomorrow.
“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” rolled out to the screams of sleepless fans in London yesterday, the final production in a film franchise that has made $6.37 billion at the global box office so far.
Macca’s back. For two nights at Yankee Stadium on Friday and Saturday, Paul McCartney will play some of the world’s most revered tunes from the Beatles, Wings and the Fireman album.
“Divergent,” the first film in Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.’s new teen-warrior series, opened in first place with sales of $54.6 million in domestic theaters, missing estimates.
Warner Bros.’ action sequel “300: Rise of an Empire,” about the Persian invasion of ancient Greece, topped the box office in its debut, beating DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc.’s “Mr. Peabody & Sherman.”