Jeremy Piven

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Rob Lowe, bobby on the beat? The US A-listers who ended up on British TV
The West Wing star has a new role as a hard-bitten Miami cop decamping to Lincolnshire, in ITV drama Wild Bill. But he’s not the first American to make the unlikely transatlantic move

Stuart Heritage

11, Jun, 2019 @11:12 AM

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TFI Mr Selfridge: what's going on with Friday-night TV?
The definitive Sunday-night drama has an unlikely new home. Is ITV just running scared of the War and Peace juggernaut, or is it something more profound?

Stuart Heritage

08, Jan, 2016 @9:00 AM

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Entourage review – hatefully unfunny
Some films satirise the emptiness of Hollywood. This awful TV spin-off, about an overindulged star and his tedious buddies, merely wallows in it

Mark Kermode, Observer film critic

21, Jun, 2015 @7:00 AM

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Entourage shows that Hollywood must stop navel-gazing if it's to survive
The importance of international box office could mean the end for big movies set in a specific localised space – or aimed solely at a US audience

Benjamin Lee

18, Jun, 2015 @8:08 AM

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Entourage review – four-way bromance is hard to hate
Packed with cameos by everyone from Jessica Alba to Mark Wahlberg and created for those with a very short attention span, the first big-screen film about TV’s spoiled Hollywood brothers somehow works

Benjamin Lee

03, Jun, 2015 @9:56 AM

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Spike Lee wants $3m tax break for new Chicago movie
The director hopes to receive credit from the Illinois Film Office for his new film Chiraq which will be shot in Chicago

Benjamin Lee

17, Apr, 2015 @11:50 AM

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Spike Lee and Kanye West to make film for Amazon
The Oscar-nominated filmmaker is reportedly making Chiraq for the site and is also courting Samuel L Jackson for a role

Benjamin Lee

09, Apr, 2015 @3:13 PM

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Jeremy Piven: 'You can get caught up in getting the world to love you'
After decades playing the sidekick he got his break in Entourage and then landed the lead in ITV’s Mr Selfridge. Three series on, he’d be riding high – if only he wasn’t so misunderstood. Hadley Freeman meets Jeremy Piven

Hadley Freeman

10, Jan, 2015 @10:00 AM

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John Cusack: ‘Hollywood is a whorehouse and people go mad’
Henry Barnes: After 25 years as a star, John Cusack has seen the movie industry’s dark side close up – from its misogyny to its treatment of young actors. His new film, Maps to the Stars, is brutally honest, he says

Henry Barnes

25, Sep, 2014 @5:41 PM

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PBS seeks Downton-esque Brit hit with Call the Midwife and Mr Selfridge

Preview of new period dramas features cockney accents, Jeremy Piven shouting a lot and a hint of an end to spoilers

Amanda Holpuch

29, Mar, 2013 @5:04 PM

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If Entourage follows the Sex and the City formula it could be a big hit
Stuart Heritage: Doug Ellin's long-rumoured movie is in line for low-expectation, plot-light success – but one foot wrong and we could have another SATC 2 on our hands

Stuart Heritage

01, Feb, 2013 @1:44 PM

The week in TV: Metro-land; Great British Railway Journeys; Mr Selfridge; World Without End; Silent Witness - video review

Andrew Collins John Betjeman's 1973 exploration of surburbia and trains is the best thing I've watched all week. Also reviewed: Jeremy Piven as Mr Selfridge and Cynthia Nixon in World Without End

Andrew Collins, Andy Gallagher and Cameron Robertson

15, Jan, 2013 @11:00 AM

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