|US Release Date||03/08/1997|
British thespian Mark Rylance has beaten Twelfth Night castmates Stephen Fry and Paul Chahidi to pick up the first Tony Award at Sunday night's (08Jun14) ceremony in New York.
Actress Lee Chamberlin has lost her fight with cancer at the age of 76.
Hollywood actor Sir Ben Kingsley is worried students are no longer interested in the works of William Shakespeare because they do not get the chance to see his plays performed.
Hailee Steinfeld and Douglas Booth star in the newest adaptation of 'Romeo and Juliet.'
A hybrid of Shakespeare and Hurt Locker is exhilarating and a little muddy.
Dame Helen Mirren struggled to memorise her lines for the big screen adaptation of Shakespeare's The Tempest and took two months tackling the "hardest" task of her career.
Kevin Spacey is hosting acting workshops for children in London to encourage their interest in the arts - because a one-on-one with late star Jack Lemmon pushed him into the profession.
Dame Helen Mirren is convinced children shouldn't be introduced to Shakespeare's work in the classroom, insisting the classic plays need to be seen to be appreciated.
Rupert Grint has risked upsetting parents of young Harry Potter fans - he's urging them to read controversial novel A Clockwork Orange.
The acting world's Redgrave family has been hit by another tragedy - Lynn Redgrave has died, aged 67.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.