Jeremy Irons

The Man Who Knew Infinity trailer = Slumdog + Good Will Hunting

Despite having no formal training, Srinivasa Ramanujan proved himself to be a brilliant thinker in the field of advanced mathematics in the early 20th century. From his meager upbringing in India, he sailed to England to further his research and shocked even the most brilliant academic minds with his theories. But not immediately.

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Jesse Owens biopic Race gets first teaser

Focus Pictures released the first teaser for Race on Tuesday, the new Jesse Owens biopic running into theaters next year. 

The teaser doesn’t reveal much, but we catch glimpses at 1936 Berlin, the site of the Summer Olympics. In those games, Owens won four gold medals and was the most successful athlete of the competition.

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Tom Hiddleston is dancing and dangerous in new trailer for High-Rise

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Living in a vertiginous apartment complex proves to be an extremely risky business for the characters in author J.G. Ballard’s classic, mayhem-filled 1975 novel High-Rise. So it is appropriate that the new trailer for the upcoming big screen adaptation of the book should borrow music from the Tom Cruise-starring film of the same name (specifically, Tangerine Dream’s “Love on a Real Train”).

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Casting Net: Leonardo DiCaprio to play multiple personalities in The Crowded Room

  • Leonardo DiCaprio will be playing a man with multiple personality disorder in The Crowded Room. DiCaprio has been circling the role of Billy Milligan, the first man to use multiple personality disorder as a defense in a court of law, for almost 20 years. Milligan, who reportedly had 24 personalities, was put on trial in the ’70s after being accused of raping three women and committing robbery.
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Stephen Colbert has strong feelings about Jeremy Irons' 'strong feelings' on gay marriage -- VIDEO

While giving an interview to the Huffingay Huffington Post, Jeremy Irons used his lusciously British voice to say that he “doesn’t have a strong feeling either way” about gay marriage – before rattling off a list of his feelings about gay marriage. If they weren’t strong, they were very strange, including this: “Could a father not marry his son? … Men don’t breed, so incest doesn’t cover that. Now if that were so, then if I wanted to pass on my estate without death duties, I could marry my son.”

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