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  • Actors we wish would play the next James Bond

    Tom Hiddleston has spoken out about ongoing James Bond rumours, saying he doesn't think Daniel Craig will give up the coveted role any time soon. The British actor is one of the favourites to replace Daniel Craig when he steps down as 007 but, despite previously saying he would be keen on the

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  • Rupert Friend died a sixth of a death in frigid Antarctic ...

    Actor Rupert Friend risked his life when he took an icy plunge in Antarctic waters as part of a recent Greenpeace expedition. The former Homeland star admits he likes to cheat death and when he heard about the Polar Plunge, where intrepid folk dive into the frigid waters south of the Antarctic Circle, he decided to strip off for a chilly swim.

  • 10 of the best "unofficial James Bond auditions" - MSN

    Cavill actually came close to playing Bond, reportedly getting down to the final two for Casino Royale – director Martin Campbell is said to have favoured Cavill, but the film's producers plumped for Craig.

  • Best Prison Movies of All Time

    Prison movies have been a staple of cinema since the dawn of the motion picture industry in the early 20th century. Movie directors such as Michael Curtiz, William Keighley, and Mervyn Leroy used incarceration-themed movies to expose what they believed was a dehumanizing penal system in the United States.

  • Game Over: The worst video game adaptations in film

    The first film was bad, largely due to the miscasting of the otherwise talented Timothy Olyphant as Agent 47, but the follow-up, starring Rupert Friend as 47 was even more forgettable, so much so, that we forgot to add it to the list.

  • Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson spotted together in ...

    Their three year relationship came crashing down after pictures emerged of her getting a little too close to married Snow White And The Huntsman director Rupert Sanders. And after the past few months have seen reunion rumors swirl, Kristen Stewart, 27, and Robert Pattinson, 32, were spotted

  • Here's why Homeland should continue, without Carrie

    Losing Carrie and/or Saul would have a significant impact, but arguably no more than losing Brody, or later Rupert Friend as troubled CIA hitman Peter Quinn (a character so beloved of fans that showrunner Alex Gansa actually apologised for killing him off).

  • 15 surprisingly low actors' salaries - MSN

    1. Matthew McConaughey – $200,000 for Dallas Buyers Club. As much as people made fun of him for a string of duds in the noughties, Matthew McConaughey always had studios prepared to pay him a decent amount of money.

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  • Rupert Friend - Wikipedia

    Rupert William Anthony Friend (born 9 October 1981) is an English actor, director, screenwriter, and producer. He is best known for his roles as Mr. Wickham in the 2005 film Pride and Prejudice, Lieutenant Kurt Kotler in the 2008 film The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, Prince Albert in the 2009 film The Young Victoria, Agent 47 in the 2015 film ...

  • Rupert Friend (@rupertfriend) | Twitter

    As well as internet famous venture capitalist Ben Werdmuller, other alumni of the state-run Cherwell School include Yasmin Le Bon, UNKLE, the actor Rupert Friend, and Jihadi Jack.

  • Rupert Friend - IMDb

    Rupert Friend was born on October 1, 1981 in Oxfordshire, England as Rupert William Anthony Friend. He is an actor and writer, known for Hitman: Agent 47 (2015), The Young Victoria (2009) and The Death of Stalin (2017).

  • Homeland's Rupert Friend engaged to Paralympic athlete ...

    It was first revealed by the Mail back in October and now Homeland star Rupert Friend's engagement to Paralympic athlete Aimee Mullins has been confirmed.

  • Rupert Friend (@rupertfriend) • Instagram photos and videos

    44k Followers, 1 Following, 143 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Rupert Friend (@rupertfriend)

  • Rupert Friend Photos, News and Videos | Just Jared

    Zachary Quinto and Rupert Friend chatted with James Corden on Monday night’s (March 26) episode of The Late Late Show! The late show host quested Zachary, 40, about recently using an alias to order coffee at a Starbucks in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and getting called out on Twitter for it.

  • Rupert Friend - Rotten Tomatoes

    Rupert Friend Celebrity Profile - Check out the latest Rupert Friend photo gallery, biography, pics, pictures, interviews, news, forums and blogs at Rotten Tomatoes!

  • Rupert Friend : I thought acting wasn't for me | Film ...

    Rupert Friend in Berlin: ‘I guess the reason I wanted to be an actor was that it felt like it would offer something different all the time.’ Photograph: Frank Bauer for the Guardian The sun is out in northern Berlin. As he walks along a leafy suburban street, Rupert Friend praises the fine

  • Rupert Friend - News, views, gossip, pictures, video ...

    Rupert Friend Rupert Friend 'constantly pestered for Homeland spoilers' on set of Hitman: Agent 47 The British actor stars as CIA agent Quinn in the award-winning show and the final episode of the last season left audiences in suspense about whether he would survive an assassination mission in Iraq

  • Rupert Friend and Aimee Mullins look loved-up as they run ...

    Fans are waiting to see what becomes of Quinn (Rupert Friend), whose life was hanging in the balance in the season five finale. Showtime programming president Gary Levine hinted of his fate at the Television Critics Association panel in January, as reported by Entertainment Weekly.

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