Hayley Atwell

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Ewan McGregor, her co-star in the movie, is very impressed.
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She'd rather you watch "Howards End," the lesser-known miniseries garnering her much-deserved post-franchise acclaim.
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December has dawned and with it have come the lists. Site & Sound kicked it off with their Best Films (International Division), and then the Independent Spirit nominees followed, and then the National Board of Review, and then, and then, and then.
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Ryan McGee and I discussed "Agent Carter," "Downton Abbey," "Galavant" and "Empire" on the first Talking TV podcast of 2015
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From the instant we meet him in "All is By My Side," Hendrix's signature blend of humility and egoism is on display. He never
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With two discretionary nights available in London, I asked my favorite expatriot "what's good?" He sent me off to two plays that I very much enjoyed but surely would not have found on my own.
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Would you watch an "Agent Carter" TV series? Marvel's latest TV effort, "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," which is set in the "Avengers
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Hayley Atwell was one of the best parts of "Captain America: The First Avenger." Because of the fact that her character was
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Though Ray Winstone has been a TV star in Great Britain since the mid-1970s, a lot of Americans got their first sighting of the beefy British actor with Gary Oldman's 1997's Nil By Mouth or 2000's Sexy Beast.
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Below, see how Sundance Channel describes the series and check out photos of Dockery in the '70s. "Restless" asks the question
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Location: Moet British Independent Film Awards in London on December 4, 2011 Look: The 29-year-old actress, who played Agent
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Bravo for this patriotic tour de force... Sure it has flaws, but it packs a wallop of nostalgia! Instead of dissecting its flaws, just go with its purity so rare in today's cinema.
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Not quite as much fun as Thor, not nearly as bad as Green Lantern, Captain America: The First Avenger feels less like an exciting comic-book-hero movie than required reading for a course called The Avengers, arriving in theaters next summer.
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PHOTO: Featured in the new issue of Esquire, Atwell, who plays Peggy Carter, the American agent in the French Resistance