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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Peter Morgan
The world of Formula 1 racing is driven by speed, volume and power. So it’s fitting that “Rush,” a movie about two competing Formula 1 drivers, is fast, loud and muscular.
Helen Mirren was crowned queen of the London stage at the Olivier Awards on Sunday, while the compelling, canine-titled teen drama "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" emerged as best in show with seven trophies.
What is the point of a monarch?
Helen Mirren is returning to the regal role of Queen Elizabeth II in a new play about the monarch's relationship with British prime ministers.
Queen Elizabeth II became an unofficial Bond girl over the weekend after parachuting out of a helicopter with Daniel Craig during the lavish opening ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
Hollywood actor Jude Law is among the stars of "360" _ a new movie partly set in the Austrian capital in which the British heartthrob plays a man whose marriage has hit a lull.
THE CONVICTION OF RICHARD NIXON: THE UNTOLD STORIES OF THE FROST/NIXON INTERVIEWS
(Morgan, who has written three film and television dramas about Blair, may well be tired of him).
While storyline specifics are being kept under wraps, screenwriter Peter Morgan told reporters Tuesday that the plot encompasses a "chain reaction of events" that start when Law's character, an Englishman in Vienna on business, is stopped from seeing a prostitute.