“Just because you’re the prime minister doesn’t mean you get to make up your own facts.” So says Keira Knightley’s whistleblower in Gavin Hood’s “based on true events” drama, an on-the-nose revisiting
When Keira Knightley first found fame, the world was a very different place. “I remember telling my mates I was doing a film based on a Disney theme-park ride,” says the 34-year-old actress, thinking to
Knightley gives a sympathetic performance as Iraq war whistleblower Katharine Gun in this shrewd and relevant spy drama There’s something interestingly tough and forthright about this slow-burner from
“War is not inevitable,” disputes the government worker Katharine Gun (Keira Knightley), watching in disbelief as Tony Blair spins a yarn about the inescapability of invading Iraq on national television.
Keira Knightley has opened up about motherhood in a refreshingly honest interview where she admitted that she has hardly even had time to brush her hair since her baby was born. The actress – who gave
Keira Knightley is not exactly a fan of tabloids, nor any form of entertainment that takes place in the present day. (The period-piece extraordinaire recently described the media's fascination over her
Keira Knightley hit the red carpet for the premiere of her new movie, Official Secrets, in London on Thursday after quietly giving birth to her second child. The 34-year-old actress wore a white midi-dress
Keira Knightley is in the thick of the newborn stage! The actress and new mom of two, 34, sat down with BBC Breakfast‘s Louise Minchin on Friday morning to discuss peaceful protests, her latest movie and