Kevin Spacey, The Lego Movie, Glenn Patterson, film Q&As
With Kirsty Lang
As the US political drama House of Cards returns for its second season, actor and producer Kevin Spacey discusses the success of streaming and looks ahead to his plans for his remaining 18 months as artistic director of the Old Vic theatre in London.
The Lego Movie was the big hit at the U.S. box office last weekend, taking almost three times as much as The Monuments Men, and winning rave reviews in the process. Critic Jane Graham considers whether it's really just a long advert for a toy company.
Belfast novelist Glenn Patterson's new novel The Rest Just Follows focuses on three teenagers in the city who are growing up amidst the Troubles in the 1970s. Patterson discusses the setting for his book, and his nomination for this weekend's BAFTA awards for his screenplay for the film Good Vibrations.
John Travolta jets into London this weekend to take part in an on-stage interview about his career, following the example of Al Pacino and Sylvester Stallone who also spent "An Evening With" a British audience. Writer Antonia Quirke considers the appeal of the film star Q&A.
Producer Jerome Weatherald.
The Lego Movie
The Film Star Q&A
|Interviewed Guest||Kevin Spacey|
|Interviewed Guest||Jane Graham|
|Interviewed Guest||Glenn Patterson|
|Interviewed Guest||Antonia Quirke|