After 35 years in the business, Tucci is still an actor in a hurry
At 69, Oscar-winning Susan Sarandon’s Hollywood journey continues with The Meddler
She might be uncomfortable in interviews, but Rooney Mara’s is likely to be an imposing presence on our screens for years to come
Alexander Skarsgård made his name as a vampire in True Blood, but now the muscular Scandinavian is provoking some controversy with his new film, The Diary Of A Teenage Girl.
Jon Stewart made his name as the face of liberal America, fronting The Daily Show for 16 years. But now he’s moving behind the cameras – and is unfazed by any critical kickings. Interview: Stephen Milton. Picture: Victoria Will/AP.
Even after a glittering 60-year career in cinema and theatre which has seen her win many accolades, Judi Dench still guards against complacency and irrelevance.
From English rose to acerbic bitch, Emily Blunt has never been afraid to diversify in her choice of film roles
He spent years in the wilderness after his marriage collapsed, but now Ronan Keating is returning from the far side of the world – and, he hopes, to relevance, writes Stephen Milton
How do you pick your favourite spot on the planet? At 88, David Attenborough is fed up with that question, but he says he’ll never tire of exploring
At 64Richard Branson has done it all. Well, almost all: the final frontier of the stars remains unconquered for the billionaire, writes Stephen Milton.