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  • While there was an outcry about Jeremy Irons' comments to the effect that women don't mind being pawed at work, the sad fact that this attitude still persists in the public at large.

    Red Room: Does Discrimination Still Exist? Of Course It Does

  • In a letter published in the Observer, the actors – including Kenneth Branagh, Jeremy Irons, Maxine Peake, Michael Sheen, David Tennant and Helen Mirren – point out that, although the current subsidy to performing arts is small, "the return on the investment is staggering and all too often understated".

    Regional theatre cuts attacked by cast of British stars

  • Still, in a relatively weak year for movies, "Margin Call," with its handful of early awards and a first-rate ensemble cast that includes Oscar winners Kevin Spacey and Jeremy Irons , has been slotted by some into the dark-horse Best Picture spot previously occupied by "The Hurt Locker" and 2011 contender "Winter's Bone."

    First-Time Director Rides the Award-Season Roller Coaster

  • Watch a clip from "Margin Call," a new drama about the financial crisis starring Kevin Spacey, Jeremy Irons, and Demi Moore.

    Hollywood's Favorite Villain

  • By the time Jeremy Irons took the role of Tuld, shooting was already in progress.

    Hollywood's Favorite Villain

  • This stunning, emotionally moving wildlife adventure from these award-winning filmmakers, as narrated by Jeremy Irons, has opened in select cities nationally and is playing in Los Angeles at the Westside Landmark Theatre starting on 2/18.

    Jay Weston: Thrilling Docudrama The Last Lions Opens in LA

  • Thrilled for Kyle Chandler and Olyphant to be included, and surprised that Jeremy Irons, the decadent pope of Showtime's The Borgias, was passed over, given the industry's predilection for European Oscar winners; he was also ignored for his gripping guest work on Law & Order: SVU, possibly an even bigger surprise given that show's track record.

    Critic's Notebook: The Emmy Nominations

  • There were Francis Ford Coppola and Jeremy Irons, Orlando Bloom and Steven Seagal, Sophia Loren and Dionne Warwick, all gathered in the leafy heights of southern Moscow for a charity gala like no other: this charity does not dispense its largesse.

    Moscow charity gala drew Hollywood stars, but what was it in aid of?

  • What's much less certain is the integrity of the narration, mournfully intoned by Jeremy Irons and constantly at war with the authenticity of the images.

    'Unknown': Unmoored, Overcooked

  • Showtime, which first developed "Camelot" but passed on the series, premieres "The Borgias" starring Jeremy Irons on April 3.

    'Camelot' for the Small Screen

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