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Stephen Graham: ‘The Irishman was my Champions League final’

The British actor reflects on a year in which he was ‘everywhere’, from gritty TV drama The Virtues to Martin Scorsese’s starry gangster epicMerseyside-born Stephen Graham, 46, discovered acting aged eight, before joining Liverpool’s Everyman youth theatre in his teens. His breakthrough role was his Bafta-nominated performance as skinhead Combo in Shane Meadows’s This Is […]

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Guy Ritchie Returning To His Gritty Crime Roots With ‘Toff Guys’

It appears that Guy Ritchie is done toying around with big-budget tentpole filmmaking for the time being.After successfully launching the Robert Downey, Jr.-led “Sherlock Holmes” franchise, the British filmmaker went on to direct “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.,” “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword,” and the upcoming live-action Disney remake “Aladdin.” With the last decade filled […]

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Guy Ritchie Returns to Gritty British Dramas with ‘Toff Guys’, His Next Directorial Effort

When you hear the name Guy Ritchie, you likely think of one of two types of films: There’s the hyper-kinetic, beat-em-up action films like the Sherlock Holmes franchise, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword and The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Then there’s the relatively more subtle, quirky, and focused British underworld dramas like Lock, Stock and […]

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