Zoë was once seen as the ‘brat kid’ who landed roles purely on the strength of her parentage
As much at ease on stage as on film, actress Laura Linney’s latest role sees her back on screen with Ian McKellan in a new film about her favourite detective, Sherlock Holmes.. Interview: James Mottram. Picture: Getty
Now starring alongside Juliette Binoche in a new French-made drama, Kristen Stewart has come a long way from the teen schlock of Twilight
Gillian Anderson won legions of adoring fans as Agent Dana Scully in The X-Files. She talks serial killers, sci-fi, and being a sex symbol. Words: James Mottram.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest film is a very different beast from the lurid flourishes of Boogie Nights: a sprawling attempt to film the almost unfilmable Thomas Pynchon drug novel Inherent Vice.
Keira Knightley has turned her back on blockbusters for more challenging work – and her newest role, as a code-breaker in The Imitation Game, fits the bill
More than a decade after finding fame as a child star, Dakota Fanning is now becoming recognised as an actor of substance in her own right, writes James Mottram.
After three decades in the acting game, John Cusack's career and his choice of film roles are still dictated strictly on his terms, writes James Mottram.
Anton Corbijn talks about his latest film and its leading man, the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, writes James Mottram.
Guy Pearce has come a long way in an eventful 30-year acting career, writes James Mottram.
With a string of big budget action movies to his name and a reputation for living the high life, Nicolas Cage can still surprise his audiences, writes James Mottram.
For a long time, Don Johnson's star faded from view, but now the actor is back in the big time, Interview: James Mottram.
Karen Gillan shot to fame as Amy Pond on Doctor Who. Now the flame-haired former model has her sights set on Hollywood, writes James Mottram.
At 50, Juliette Binoche remains one of the most elegant women in the world – and one of the hardest workers in the film industry, writes James Mottram.
Mia Wasikowska's performance in Alice In Wonderland brought her to the attention of a world audience, writes James Mottram.