Who are the actors in the play by Ian McKellen?

Who are the actors in the play by Ian McKellen?

Outside of the United States, the film was released in theaters; in the United States, it was broadcast on HBO. The poem "If" by Rudyard Kipling was chosen as the winner of a nationwide ballot for the best poetry, and it was read live by Ian McKellen. September 1, 1995 Eileen Atkins, Stephen Fry, Kate Beckinsale, Miriam Margolyes, Stephen Fry, and Rufus Sewell co-star. Filmed on site in Sussex. ~ James Berardinelli, Critic's Choice

McKellen's performance as Gandalf the Grey has been widely praised. His portrayal of an old man with great wisdom but no physical strength has been described as one of cinema's greatest performances. (Sean Barrett) McKellen is also renowned for his work on stage. He has won several awards for his work including an Oscar and a Tony.

McKellen was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland on January 11th, 1937. He began acting at age 15 when he joined a local repertory company. A year later, he went to London where he continued his career on stage. In 1959, he made his screen debut in The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner. Since then, he has appeared in more than 70 films including The Hobbit trilogy and Mr. Holmes.

He has also received many accolades for his work on stage. In addition to his Oscars and Tonys, he has won two Golden Globes and five British Academy Awards.

Who are the actors in the British movies?

Thomas Turgoose, Stephen Graham, and Jo Hartley star. When writer-director Shane Meadows finally achieved the breakout smash he so rightly deserved after great critical but little financial success with his earlier films, the British cinema industry let out a collective sigh of relief. The Hollywood blockbuster model didn't seem to work for him, but rather than change directions he decided to continue making small independent films that explored less popular subjects or used different genres. His next project will be another drama about music fans called Nowhere Boy.

Meadows' unique take on musical biopics has attracted big names from the world of rock 'n' roll to play roles such as Ozzy Osbourne, Morrissey, and Johnny Depp (who played the young Mick Jagger). He also managed to get George Michael, one of the biggest stars in the world at the time, to appear in his film 24 Hour Party People.

The British movie industry is very much involved in the international scene and many major players come from outside Britain including America, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain. In fact, England is now the second largest country in the world after China when it comes to number of films produced annually. In 2014, there were over 1,000 films released in the United Kingdom.

Of these 1,000 films, 800 were written by writers from other countries including America, Australia, India, Israel, and Turkey.

Who are the actors in The Chronicles of Narnia?

Overview of the cast (first billed only): Georgie Henley's Pevensie, Lucy Keynes, Skandar Pevensie, Edmund Barnes, Ben Caspian Eustace Scrubb: Will Poulter Drinian Gary Sweet Peter Jackson: Michael Williams Mr. Tumnus: James Arnold Taylor Lucy's father: Richard Griffiths Talking Mouse: John Heffernan White Witch: Amanda Henderson Queen Susan: Helen McCrory Mrs. Beaver: Barbara Windsor Dwarf Lords: Anthony Head, John Hurt, Simon Jones, Paul McGann, and Sean Connery

The Chronicles of Narnia is a series of fantasy novels for children by British author C. S. Lewis. The first book was published in 1950 under the pseudonym Charles Lewis Collins. It is followed by five more books, written between 1952 and 1956. All six books have been widely acclaimed and have been widely accepted as classics of modern children's literature.

Pevensie is a family who lives in the fictional country of Narnia. In the first book, they travel there through a wardrobe in their house. While in Narnia, the children meet various characters from English history including King Arthur, Lucy is able to talk with mice because she has become friends with one named Thomas during her stay in Narnia. When they return home, their adventures continue in the next two books.

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