The director of A Most Wanted Man talks to the Big Issue about directing Philip Seymour Hoffman and our post-9/11 world. Read more.
‘The capital depicted in the greatest Cold War spy novels seems a long, long time ago in certain ways.’ Writes Dave Hill. Read more.
Hugh Laurie and Tom Hiddleston are set to star in a TV mini-series adaptation of the John le Carré novel, directed by Academy Award® winner Susanne Bier. Read more.
The Huffington Post on writers and their pen names. Read more.
The identity of the MI5 spy who posed as a German agent to infiltrate the ranks of British Nazi sympathisers has been revealed as Eric Roberts, a bank clerk and father-of-three who lived with his family in Surrey. Read more.
The London Review of Books reviews A Most Wanted Man Read more.
In cinemas on 12 September, A Most Wanted Man features a stellar cast. To mark its release, The Guardian are offering you the chance to win an overnight stay for two at a Malmaison hotel in a location of your choice. Read more.
As Anton Corbijn’s ‘A Most Wanted Man’ comes to cinemas, The Telegraph rounds up the half-dozen best ever John Le Carré adaptations on the big and small screen Read more.
Peter Bradshaw gives five stars to “Philip Seymour Hoffman’s superb swan song”. Read more.
Telegraph readers can claim a free copy of A Most Wanted Man, with the newspaper this Sunday, September 7. Read more.