From his 2001 movie debut in Ridley Scott's Black Hawk Down to 2017's Dunkirk, Tom Hardy always manages to make a big impression on screen in every role, big or small.
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Harry Styles gives a fascinating insight into Christopher Nolan's meticulous attention to in this new behind-the-scenes look at 'Dunkirk'.
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Presumably Nigel Farage just wanted to pay his respects to those fallen soldiers of Dunkirk, after seeing Christopher Nolan's new World War II epic.
"Dunkirk" is a war film in English about the evacuation of Allied troops from the beaches of Dunkirk in France during World War II. The film examines the evacuation from three perspectives — a group of young soldiers struggling to escape from Dunkirk itself, several pilots in the air, and a civilian rescue boat that is headed towards Dunkirk.
Christopher Nolan's new World War II movie 'Dunkirk' might have wowed the critics in the US and on this side of the channel, but in France? Not so much.
Acting legend Sir Mark Rylance says Harry Styles is a "great lad" praising his professionalism on the set of 'Dunkirk'.
Christopher Nolan's 'Dunkirk' is being called the first sure-fire Oscar contender of the year, in a rash of blisteringly good reviews.
The stars of Christopher Nolan's WW2 thriller 'Dunkirk' were out in force in London's Leicester Square.
Reviews are still embargoed, but some critics shown early screenings of Christopher Nolan's war movie 'Dunkirk' have gone as far as to hail it as 'a classic'.
With Christopher Nolan's WWII epic 'Dunkirk' getting the widest 70mm distribution in 25 years, we take a look at what that means for cineastes.