Despite being the directorial debut of Dexter Fletcher, Wild Bill is certainly a confident piece of work. It’s superbly cast too. Beyond the stars you can look forward to some good, smaller turns from Olivia Williams and Andy Serkis.
Last week, I got to speak with the film’s two stars, Charlie Creed-Miles and Will Poulter, and co-writer and director Dexter Fletcher.
Robin Williams: the dazzling, wild, angry genius of comedy
On the surface, Williams was full of joie de vire, embracing life with an energy most people could not hope to equal ... through his stand-up act and such films as Good Morning, Vietnam, the barrel-chested comedian ranted and shouted as if just sprung ...
Colin Farrell: no longer the wild one?
Colin Farrell is giving someone ... talking to some friends and different people that it looks as though I've tried to redesign my career but it's not really like that." "I had signed up to do quite a few of those films before I went away to rehab after ...
Shocked by the vehemence of his eldest son’s determination that he stay out of his life — Will Poulter has the angriest eyebrows in British cinema, and can make his whole face look like a fist — Bill begins the process of reform almost aggressively ...