Olivia Colman

Olivia Colman will star as Queen Elizabeth II in the upcoming season of the hit Netflix show.
The actress won an Oscar for playing Queen Anne in "The Favourite."
The British singer-songwriter also revealed how his mother convinced him to accept the Order of the British Empire title.
The British actress took home the trophy for her performance in "The Favourite."
The Oscar winner also spoke about the "dicey and complicated" sexuality at the heart of the acclaimed film.
The 18th century period piece, starring Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone, is a gorgeous ode to scammers and queens.
Yorgos Lanthimos chronicles the dangerous liaisons of Queen Anne's court with the help of Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone.
Here's a first look at Colman's role in the new season, with her replacing the Emmy-nominated Claire Foy.
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Locke is an appropriate name for the film and a character who has admirably chained himself to his decision to be involved in his new son's life.
It's not a biopic nor is it a dense procedural like Steven Spielberg's Lincoln, but instead showcases the politics of perception and interpersonal relationships, contrasted with quieter, more intimate moments away from the media and others.
Roger Michell's Hyde Park on Hudson is half a good movie. When it focuses on the quirks and manipulations of international events, it crackles and pops -- and when it turns its attention to the soap-operatic romance, it settles into a dull hum.
It's been fascinating to see how critics have reacted to The Iron Lady, a new film inspired by Margaret Thatcher that has been directed by Phyllida Lloyd. Meryl Streep stars as the former British Prime Minister in a script written by Abi Morgan.