Posts tagged "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom"

Actor, Idris Elba Welcomes A Baby Boy

Congratulations! Idris Elba is the proud father of a baby boy!

The actor, who starred in the 2013 film, Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom, announced the news on Friday, via Twitter.

By: Becca Verstraete / April 18, 2014

Watch: Idris Elba Captivates In New Trailer for ‘Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom’

Seventeen years in the making, the forthcoming Nelson Mandela biopic is finally making it’s way to theaters Dec. 25, and it’s got some big players. Directed by Justin Chadwick (The Other Boleyn Girl) from a screenplay by William Nicholson (Les Miserables), Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom stars Best Actor contender Idris Elba (otherwise known as Stringer Bell from The

By: Danielle Jacoby / December 23, 2013

Prince William Reacts To Nelson Mandela’s Death

Tonight, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the Royal film performance of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.  While this was happening, the film’s famous subject, Nelson Mandela passed away in South Africa.

Following the screening at Odeon Leicester Square, Prince William gave a brief statement to the media.

By: Kelly Lynch / December 5, 2013

Kate Middleton Recycles Roland Mouret For Royal Performance

Tonight, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the Royal film performance of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom at Odeon Leicester Square.

Her Royal Highness wore Roland Mouret‘s cream “Lombarde” gown, worn first in May 2012 at the Thirty Club inside Claridge’s Hotel.  According to @livelaughlovevr, Catherine carried Mulberry’s suede “Bayswater” clutch.  She wore a…

By: Kelly Lynch / December 5, 2013

Here Are the Films That Will Begin Their Oscar Campaigns at the Toronto International Film Festival

The Toronto Film Festival announced 75 of the likely 250-plus films it will screen Tuesday. The September festival often hosts the world or North American premieres of films that will go on to take Oscar gold. Argo premiered there last year. In fact every best picture winner in the last decade except The Departed and Lord of the

By: Robert Kessler / July 23, 2013