Judi Dench
"I need to find a machine that not only teaches me my lines but also tells me where they appear on the page."
From Jim Carrey, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Alec Guinness to Jamie Lee Curtis, Viola Davis, Nicole Kidman, and more, these actors and actresses got brutally honest about the acting they dislike most.
"They tell you at the top that it is not a documentary, and if you have a brain, you can figure out that the writers have used history," the "View" co-host said.
Dame Dench is also calling on Netflix to add a disclaimer stressing that the series is a work of fiction.
The actress also revealed she was told she'd never make a movie because she had "the wrong face."
Oscar-winner Dame Judi Dench is up against a field of feisty first-time nominees. Will that give her the advantage? (Constantly updated.)
Kenneth Branagh's sweetly ineffective ode to his birth city is a black-and-white movie seen through rose-colored glasses.
Harden isn't naming names, but she's not denying Dench was the one nominee who wasn't rooting for her Best Supporting Actress win that night.
“You find a way of just getting about and getting over the things that you find very difficult,” Dench says about acting these days.
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Dench was nominated for her first Razzie Award thanks to Tom Hooper's maligned big screen musical.
The 2006 Oscar nominee — now streaming on Hulu — is a riotous actresses' showcase, but something way darker roils beneath.
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