But she may face a Hague Convention loophole: a country may refuse to return an "abducted child" if the child objects and
She's got to express herself.
And your company started with candles? American audiences may be familiar with Calvani from his turn as the villainous Alexander
I think hidden within the soul of this cultural blogger, inside the heart of a devoted cinema writer, there has been a fragrance lover hiding all along.
If you think you'd enjoy some third-rate James-Bondian comic blandness sparkled up by some enjoyable 60s outfits by Joanna Johnston, you just might have a real treat this weekend.
With the arrival of The Man From U.N.C.L.E. after twenty-plus years in development, we've completed the series-to-feature process for all four major espionage-themed TV shows of the 1960s.
I was concerned that the MFU would be another botched Hollywood remake of a television series, but in the hands of Guy Ritchie, it's a stand-alone film with its own take on 1960s spy movies.
Guy Ritchie's The Man from U.N.C.L.E. is a day late and a dollar short -- actually, make that several seasons late, for anyone who watches the outrageously funny animated series, Archer.
Madonna admits she felt like a prisoner during her marriage to director Guy Ritchie.
When James Bond rebooted with Daniel Craig in Casino Royale, the blend of old-school spy tale and modern-action sensibility seemed right -- if still a little restrained. Imagine now what would happen if James Bond were put in the hands of someone who was willing to not just rethink the secret-agent film but blow it up all together.