Olivia Colman: Last News

Meryl Streep - Olivia Colman - Tilda Swinton - Bob Odenkirk - Joanna Hogg - Barista who left Tilda Swinton awe-struck spent more than 7 years perfecting craft and can create masterpieces in 2 minutes - metro.co.uk - USA - Italy
metro.co.uk
54%
729
Barista who left Tilda Swinton awe-struck spent more than 7 years perfecting craft and can create masterpieces in 2 minutes
who left Tilda Swinton stunned at his astonishing portrait of her has opened up about his incredible career, and just how he creates his masterpieces.Brian Leonard, known online as @BaristaBrian, has met celebrities from Meryl Streep and Olivia Colman to Daniel Radcliffe and Bob Odenkirk, and has the unique job of creating stunning portraits in the form at latte art.He’s become a regular at Toronto Film Festival, leaving pretty much everyone he meets amazed by his creations, most recently Tilda, who couldn’t help but marvel over the latte he made for her.‘I started making latte art in Toronto when I was working at an Italian wine bar and I had to learn how to use an espresso machine and I just thought it was so cool that you could pour hearts and tulips, and then I started to learn how to do animals, and then I started to do my friends’ faces and it was the progression of, “What can I make in a latte?” that kind of got me where I am,’ Brian explained to Metro.co.uk.He started to be offered media opportunities, including attending Toronto Film Festival, which he’s been at every year since 2016.Chatting about his process, he added: ‘I get a list of everyone who’s coming and usually what I’ll do is quickly Google the film and try to find an image, whether it’s a key image or a poster, or if it’s a character image, so for Tilda, for example, it was a character image for The Eternal Daughter, which was the film she was promoting with director Joanna Hogg, who’s also featured in that video.
Olivia Colman - Elizabeth Ii II (Ii) - Claire Foy - Imelda Staunton - Elizabeth Debicki - Emma Corrin - The Crown resumes filming days after Queen's death amid funeral production delay - dailystar.co.uk - city Sarajevo - Bosnia And Hzegovina - Netflix
dailystar.co.uk
87%
555
The Crown resumes filming days after Queen's death amid funeral production delay
Netflix hit The Crown has resumed filming just days after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.The Royal drama was filming its sixth and final series in Barcelona when news of the late monarch's passing at the age of 96 broke on Thursday.In a mark of respect, show creators announced filming would be suspended for a day on Friday.READ MORE: Netflix The Crown fans demand another season to mark the death of Queen Elizabeth IIFollowing the brief production break, The Crown resumed filming this week with Princess Diana actress Elizabeth Debicki recreating Diana's famous visit to Sarajevo in 1997.The late princess visited the Bosnian capital just weeks before her death.Pictured on-set, Debicki was seen recreating memorable incidences from one of Diana's final pubic appearances as she sported her trademark blonde bob.Wearing a replica pink shirt and gold drop earrings, the Tenet actress strolled through the set with a bouquet of flowers as she spoke to extras.While filming on The Crown's final season has officially resumed, show bosses have confirmed production will once again be suspended on the day of the Queen's funeral.The late monarch will be laid to rest on Monday, September 19 following a 10-day period of mourning.A Netflix spokesperson said on Friday: "As a mark of respect, filming on The Crown was suspended today.
princess Diana - Elizabeth Queenelizabeth - Olivia Colman - Elizabeth Ii II (Ii) - Buckingham Palace - princess Margaret - Claire Foy - Imelda Staunton - Peter Morgan - Royal Family - Charles Iii III (Iii) - Queen Elizabeth Ii - Is ‘The Crown’ based on true events? The real stories behind Queen Elizabeth’s most dramatic moments - nypost.com - Britain - India
nypost.com
59%
386
Is ‘The Crown’ based on true events? The real stories behind Queen Elizabeth’s most dramatic moments
her death on Thursday.But Emmy-winning Netflix hit “The Crown” has given us some insight into the monarch who has been portrayed in the series by Claire Foy, Olivia Colman and now Imelda Staunton. Still, the show has employed a fair amount of creative license in taking us behind the walls of Buckingham Palace and across the history of the late queen’s reign.In fact, series creator Peter Morgan has admitted that he has “made up” scenes, while one Palace source has accused the show of “trolling on a Hollywood budget.”Still, “The Crown” — which will return in November with its fifth season — had enough respect for the Queen to have a plan in place in the event of her death: The series shut down production for at least a week while filming Season 6, due out in 2023.Until the royal family is back in all of its streaming splendor on “The Crown,” we break down how much was fact versus fiction in reference to Queen Elizabeth II’s most memorable moments.In the third season of “The Crown,” Lord Mountbatten — the Queen’s second cousin once removed, who was also Prince Philip’s maternal uncle affectionately known as “Uncle Dickie” — was approached by a group plotting to depose Prime Minister Harold Wilson.
Elizabeth II - Robbie Williams - Emma Bunton - Olivia Colman - Robbie Williams smoked cannabis at Buckingham Palace before performing in front of Queen - dailystar.co.uk - county Buckingham - city Westminster
dailystar.co.uk
55%
971
Robbie Williams smoked cannabis at Buckingham Palace before performing in front of Queen
Robbie Williams previously revealed he smoked a joint inside Buckingham Palace.The singer, 48, has never been one to live by the rules and didn't hesitate to play with fire when he stepped inside the Palace in Westminster back in 2012.The Rock DJ hitmaker was part of the line-up for The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert that took place 10 years ago, allowing him a free pass inside the royal residence. READ MORE: Stephen Fry once 'took cocaine at Buckingham Palace' during 15-year drug spiral He made the shocking admission to The Sun when they queried rumours about whether he had ever thrown up inside the palace walls.The former Take That singer informed the publication: "Threw up in Buckingham Palace? No, I smoked a spliff in Buckingham Palace."Robbie has continually been open about his past battle with drugs and in 2013, admitted that he still used the class B drug occasionally.The Angels songwriter isn't the only famous face to get up to no good in Buckingham Palace, with Stephen Frey admitting he once took cocaine and Emma Bunton revealing she stole a toilet sign from the ladies.And it seems stealing items from the toilets of the palace in Westminster isn't unheard of as actress Olivia Colman added that her husband made off with a roll of toilet paper.The Oscar-winning actress, who played the late monarch for two seasons on Netflix series The Crown, visited Buckingham Palace with her spouse when they attended a charity event back in 2019.She told The Sunday Times: "My husband stole some loo roll just to say we got it from Buckingham Palace."Olivia's husband swiped the item just moments after they met Prince William at the event, who reportedly told them he doesn't watch the series.Queen Elizabeth II peacefully passed
Robbie Williams - Olivia Colman - Elizabeth Ii Queenelizabeth (Ii) - Celebs who misbehaved at Buckingham Palace – stolen loo rolls and spliff smoking - dailystar.co.uk - county Buckingham - Netflix
dailystar.co.uk
89%
206
Celebs who misbehaved at Buckingham Palace – stolen loo rolls and spliff smoking
Queen Elizabeth II.Even Oscar-winning actress Olivia Colman, who plays the Queen in the Netflix series The Crown, has confessed to a naughty moment wherein her husband stole a souvenir while visiting the landmark palace.Although refusing to comment on various celebrity incidents, a spokesperson for the palace revealed that guests don't normally take anything after their visits.READ MORE: Netflix The Crown fans demand another season to mark the death of Queen Elizabeth II"We get nearly 50,000 visitors a year and if they all took souvenirs there wouldn't be much left," they told the BBC.The Daily Star has compiled a list of celebrities who have had their rogue moments at the Queen's famous headquarters at Buckingham Palace.Denise Van Outen confessed that she had "borrowed" an ashtray and a tissue box holder back in 1998 when visiting Buckingham Palace.Speaking to viewers on Channel 4's The Big Breakfast at the time, Denise admitted that it was "just a bit of fun" but still sent a comedic gift – a stuffed camel – to the palace with an apologetic note.The note read: "Sorry, Ma'am. I didn't meant to give you the hump."Despite her confession, former spokesman to the Queen, Dickie Arbiter, questioned whether Denise had stolen an ashtray, as non-smoking zones had been establish well before Denise's confession.
DMCA