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Keira Knightley

Keira Knightley
Audiences came to know Keira Knightley as the soccer star in the sleeper hit "Bend It Like Beckham." The British actress went on to leading roles in the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise and "Atonement," and earned an Academy Award nomination for "Pride & Prejudice." The red carpet favorite is also the face of Chanel.
Audiences came to know Keira Knightley as the soccer star in the sleeper hit "Bend It Like Beckham." The British actress went on to leading roles in the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise and "Atonement," and earned an Academy Award nomination for "Pride & Prejudice." The red carpet favorite is also the face of Chanel. « Show less

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  • Specialized box office: 'Cantinflas' open strong, 'Chef' hits $30 million

    Specialized box office: 'Cantinflas' open strong, 'Chef' hits $30 million
    The Spanish-language film “Cantinflas,” a bio-pic of the beloved Mexican film star of the same name, brought in an estimated $2.6 million Friday through Sunday in 382 locations, for a strong per-screen average of $6,872. The film is the...
  • 'Imitation Game' Demands Oscar's Attention (Analysis)

    "The Imitation Game" is clearly an awards contender: Complex, impeccably executed and unique. The film's offbeat approach to an oddball character will be its greatest strength -- and its challenge. A historical drama about WWII cryptographer Alan Turing,...
  • Telluride Film Review: 'The Imitation Game'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Nothing is too heavily encrypted in "The Imitation Game,", rendered in such unerringly tasteful, "Masterpiece Theatre"-ish fashion that every one of Turing's professional triumphs and personal tragedies arrives right on...
  • Season Preview 2014: Movies coming soon to Orlando

    Season Preview 2014: Movies coming soon to Orlando
    Tinseltown is up to its old tricks. In hopes of Oscar glory, Hollywood is saving some of its biggest movies for the year's final weeks. Yet these titles, stars and subjects do raise expectations that, after a disappointing summer, some memorable movies...
  • Fall films worth looking forward to

    At long last, what seemed like an endless summer is over at the movies, anyway. It's time to put aside all that comic book reading that we call "research," sweep the word "sequel" aside and get serious about movies, because "serious movie season" is...
  • Preview: Schedule of the Biggest Film Festivals This Fall

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Aug. 21-Sept. 1 Montreal World Festival Celebrating its 38th year with a distinctly Gallic flavor, MWFF will open with "We Love You, You Bastard," from French director -- and longtime festival supporter -- Claude Lelouch....
  • Kristen Stewart, Adam Sandler, John Travolta, Arnold Schwarzenegger Movies Headed to Toronto Film Fest

    By Steve Pond LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - The 2014 Toronto International Film Festival will spotlight films featuring Kristen Stewart as an actress' personal assistant, Dustin Hoffman as a choir teacher, John Travolta as an art forger, Adam Sandler as...
  • Toronto Film Festival Adds Sandler's 'Cobbler,' Wiig's 'Welcome to Me,' Schwarzenegger's 'Maggie' and More

    The Toronto International Film Festival added more than 100 features to its 2014 slate today, with pics starring Dustin Hoffman, Kristen Wiig, Benicio del Toro, Diane Keaton, John Travolta, Keira Knightley, Adam Sandler, Jennifer Connelly and Arnold...
  • Adam Sandler Comedy 'Pixels' Moved Back 2 Months

    Adam Sandler's action comedy "Pixels" is being pushed back by two months, Sony Pictures said Tuesday. The film will premiere on July 24, 2015, where it faces competition from supernatural thriller "Poltergeist" as well as "Trainwreck," another comedy...
  • Book-jacket artist investigates act, art of reading in 'What We See When We Read'

    "What We See When We Read" by Peter Mendelsund; Vintage Original (448 pages, $16.95) Peter Mendelsund's "What We See When We Read" may be the liveliest, most entertaining and best illustrated work of phenomenology you'll pick up this year. An...
  • This week's reviews in brief

    Here are condensed versions of this week's book reviews: "The Invisible Bridge" by Rick Perlstein; Simon & Schuster (860 pages, $37.50) In this brick of a book, Chicagoan Perlstein has done a jampacked job of chronicling a riveting, portentous...