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    Here's Your First Look at Dominic West and Helena Bonham Carter as 'Burton & Taylor'

    Dominic West ("The Wire") and Helena Bonham Carter ("The King’s Speech") will follow in the not-so-illustrious footsteps of "Liz & Dick" stars Lindsay Lohan and Grant Bowler when they take on the roles of Hollywood's most famously volatile couple in BBC America's TV movie "Burton & Taylor."

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    Dominic West Will Star in Showtime Pilot 'The Affair,' About... An Affair

    BBC America's period piece "The Hour" has been canceled, but all those keeping track of where the various "The Wire" alumni have dispersed to can rest easy knowing that Jimmy McNulty, aka Dominic West, is headed back to the small screen with a new pilot.

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    Dominic West and Helena Bonham Carter Will Play 'Burton and Taylor' for BBC America

    After the campy and somewhat sad spectacle that was Lindsay Lohan's Lifetime movie "Liz and Dick" last fall, BBC America will be offering up its own take on the story of Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor. The network announced today that it will co-produce "Burton and Taylor," a 90-minute TV movie...

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    Helena Bonham Carter and Dominic West to Play Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton for BBC

    Helena Bonham Carter and Dominic West are on board to play Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton in a BBC biopic titled "Burton and Taylor." The film, written by William Ivory, will focus on the story of their appearance in 1983's Broadway revival of the Noel Coward play "Private Lives"...

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    Helena Bonham Carter & Dominic West To Play Richard Burton & Elizabeth Taylor In 'Burton & Taylor'

    There are few movie stars of the classic era who continue to captivate -- perhaps for more salacious reasons -- than Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor. Their relationship was tabloid fodder at the time, and since then, people have continued to be fascinated by their on-screen pairings and their of...

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    Dominic West Says The Original Marketing Plan For 'John Carter' Was Way Better Than What Was Eventually Used

    As 2012 draws to a close and the year in movies gets reduced to a bunch of lists, when folks look back on the flops, Disney's "John Carter" will be at the top of the pile next to "Battleship." The studio's long-in-the works sci-fi adventure completely missed with audiences, divided critics, and was ...

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    An Irresistible Mix: Smart Meets Soapy in 'The Hour'

    When smart meets soapy, the results can be delicious and addictive television – as long as the show proudly owns its soap opera qualities (that’s one of the secrets of Downton Abbey) and integrates them into the drama (the gap between soap and preaching is what dooms The Newsroom.) ...

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    'The Hour' Star Romola Garai Strikes Out at Hollywood's Weight Obsession

    Remember when Kate Winslet was lambasted by the media for her hourglass figure in "Titanic"? Well, Romola Garai, the gorgeous young star of must-see BBC America series "The Hour," is calling out the American media on airbrushing her lithe size ten figure.

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    Review: Rebecca Hall Chiller 'The Awakening' Is Flawed, But Also Kind Of A Blast

    All too often, the horror genre is at the less respectable end of the critical spectrum, with cheap, gory exploitation fare designed to bring in hordes of teenagers on opening weekend, and not do much beyond that. But there have been exceptions over the years, in the form of a classier kind of scare...

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    Ghostbuster at Downton Abbey: 'The Awakening' (Review)

    If you approach 'The Awakening' as I did, a fan of Dominic West from 'The Wire' (gritty West) and 'The Hour' (dashing West)  -- well, we’ll always have 'The Wire' and 'The Hour.' He is is so underused that he barely gets to raise an eyebrow in ...

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