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Peter Morgan (born 10 April 1963) is an English film writer and playwright. Morgan is best known for writing the historical films and plays The Deal, The Queen, Frost/Nixon, and The...

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  • The Week in Comedy: Margaret Thatcher is still the butt of many jokes

      News Source: The Independent | 7 days ago
    I hadn't been planning to but Margaret Thatcher had just died, the road to my flat in Brixton was blocked with confused, champagne-spraying revellers and I figured if ever there was a time for political comedy to make a comeback, this might be it. So
  • Freddie Mercury biopic in more hot water as director Dexter Fletcher quits

      News Source: The Independent | 1 month ago
    It has been a project plagued with problems and now, the British director of planned Freddie Mercury biopic has quit. Dexter Fletcher ( Sunshine on Leith , Wild Bill ) chose to leave the as-yet-untitled movie after "creative differences" with GK
  • Excellent casting and direction make Studio Tenn's Frost/Nixon soar

      News Source: Nashville Scene | 1 month ago
    Frost/Nixon It's been nearly 20 years since Richard Nixon's death, but his tainted legacy isn't likely to fade from memory anytime soon. In some ways, British playwright Peter Morgan's Frost/Nixon assures continued demonization of the former
  • Harry Potter stars win stage awards

      News Source: BBC | 1 month ago
    Radcliffe was named best actor in a play for his role in Martin McDonagh's The Cripple of Inishmaan, which opens on Broadway in April. Grint took the newcomer of the year award for his West End debut in the revival of Jez Butterworth's Mojo. The
  • You'll Have Nixon to Kick Around Again: Frost/Nixon at Studio Tenn

      News Source: Nashville Scene | 1 month ago
    As with all things Nixon, there remains continual fascination with his dark personality and the Watergate-era rationalizations he maintained. But this tale equally concerns how Frost, who died just last winter, set up and closed the high-profile
  • BAFTAs 2014: The best and beardiest moments from the British film awards

      News Source: EW - PopWatch | 1 month ago
    The British Academy Awards are a lot like the American Academy Awards. Except when people give acceptance speeches, it's obvious that they have rehearsed the speech at least a couple times. Also, they tend to quote Shakespeare instead of, like, Bruce
  • Author Isabel Allende Apologizes For Comments About Mystery Novels

      News Source: National Public Radio | 2 months ago
    The book is tongue in cheek. It's very ironic ... and I'm not a fan of mysteries, so to prepare for this experience of writing a mystery I started reading the most successful ones in the market in 2012. .....It's too gruesome, too violent, too dark;
  • Rush speeds onto Blu-ray

      News Source: Canadian Free Press | 3 months ago
    I have no idea if mainstream movie consumers will embrace this latest Ron Howard film, but they should, because Rush is about a lot more than just the highest level of auto racing. Instead, it uses the background of Formula 1 racing more as a setting

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