Dame Helen Mirren, 67, was a huge hit at Sunday's BAFTA Awards, despite the fact that her performance as Alma Reville in last year's Hitchcock — also starring Anthony Hopkins, Scarlett Johansson and Toni Collette — lost out to Amour's Emmanuelle Riva in the category of Best Lead Actress.
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Chris Hemsworth, 29, is taking up his hammer again for the Thor sequel, Thor: The Dark World, which has recently kicked off filming in Surrey, England, and already has an Asgardian battle scene underway.
It's perhaps something of a grand irony that the central dilemma of The Wolfman concerns a reserved, introspective gent battling to contain the savage beast within and given to fits of primal rage in the form of something wholly unnatural, for it is the perfect metaphor for the movie itself.
Anthony Hopkins proved his dominance with thrillers, winning the box office with The Rite, an exorcism drama that recalls Hopkins' iconic role as cannibal Hannibal Lector. With a gross of $15 million, The Rite topped the Natalie Portman (pictured)-Ashton Kutcher romantic comedy No Strings Attached, which held on reasonably well from its opening last week with $13.