Elizabeth Mitchell talks about her guest role on L&O: SVU and working with Jeremy Irons.|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit|Elizabeth Mitchell|
This layered romantic drama follows young writer Rory Jansen who finally achieves long sought after literary success after publishing the next great American novel. There's only one catch - he didn't write it.
An affair between two actors is paralleled in the romantic film, set in the Victorian era, in which they are performing. First rate cast!
William Shakespeare's The Merchant Of Venice movie trailer - starring Jeremy Irons, Al Pacino, Joseph Fiennes, Lynn Collins, Charlie Cox, Zuleikha Robinson. Directed by Michael Radford. Theatrical Release Date: 12/12/2004
Guy Pearce stars as Alexander Hartdegen, a scientist, professor, and inventor in 1895 New York City who believes that time travel is possible. The sudden and unexpected death of his fianc‚e spurs Alexander to build a time machine, which he hopes to use in an effort to change the past. When he is unable to change the past, Alexander hurls himself more than 800,000 years into the future, seeking answers about the nature of time, but instead encountering a dystopian world where humanity has divided up into two races, the peaceful Eloi and the subterranean Morlocks. Befriending the beautiful Eloi woman Mara (pop singer Samantha Mumba), Alexander must set out to save her from the underground world of the Morlocks when she is captured by them. Along the way, he is aided by Vox (Orlando Jones), a bio-mechanical being from the 21st century. Ultimately, Alexander makes a shocking discovery about the true nature of the Eloi and Morlocks and decides that the only way to change the future is to alter the present.
Eragon movie trailer - starring John Malkovich, Jeremy Irons, Robert Carlyle, Djimon Hounsou, Garrett Hedlund, Sienna Guillory. Directed by Stefen Fangmeier. Theatrical Release Date: 12/15/2006
Watch this clip from 'The Civil War' 150th Anniversary Edition DVD.
Early spring 1944. Army captain Charles Ryder, an artist in civilian life, prepares to transport his dispirited company to brigade headquarters at a secret location. After an exhausting journey through the night, they arrive at the new camp, a formerly grand house called Brideshead Castle. The site of it releases a flood of bittersweet memories for Charles, back to his halcyon days at Oxford in 1922.
A shy widower moves to a small seaside community and joins the local amateur theatre group. Adapted for the screen by Alan Ackbourne from his prize-winning stageplay.
What parents need to know before their kids see Eragon.
Provincial heiress Lydia Aspen grows from bashful teen to wild jazz-age flapper while toying with the affections of a young writer and three other men who fall passionately in love with her. Loving the beautiful, brazen, impulsive Lydia is both dangerous and irresistible. A story of the joy and sorrow of young love that recreates late 1920s and early 1930s England in exquisite detail, Love for Lydia is based on the novel by H.E. Bates (My Uncle Silas). A PBS Masterpiece Theatre classic, the 13-part miniseries stars Mel Martin (Poldark, The Pallisers), Jeremy Irons (Reversal of Fortune, Brideshead Revisited), Cristopher Blake (Brookside) and Peter Davison (Campion, All Creatures Great and Small).
As a ruthless Pope Alexander clings desperately to power, he must rely on Cesare to exact revenge on his enemies and secure the family legacy. But Cesare is hell bent on his own ascension at any cost -- leading to an epic father-son struggle with Lucrezia as the reluctant pawn.
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