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"That state when you’re glad to see somebody and they make you laugh and you just like being with them." Judi with her boyfriend, David, in September 2014.

(Photo Credit: Getty Images) When's she not working — her newest film, 'The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel' hits theaters today — Judi said she enjoys spending quiet nights at her home with David.

There is no way.” Tom Bateman (Bouc) I worked with Judi on the stage, as well.

Actually, my favorite moment with Judi was onstage. Someone in the cast—her name’s Pip, who’s one of the movie’s movement directors—had a copy of this magazine, which had what is called a lust list.

LOS ANGELES—“Judi (Dench) is like a talismanic figure,” Kenneth Branagh said of the highly respected and much-loved 82-year-old actress who is part of the all-star cast of “Murder on the Orient Express,” which he directed. Derek Jacobi (who plays Edward Henry Masterman) and Judi know each other from a thousand years ago. She does have trouble seeing, but she never complains about it. There’s no difference between her and anybody in any particular walk of life.

At age 80, Judi Dench has never been happier — or more in love!

On Friday, Stanley Tucci was interviewed along with Emma Thompson, with whom he co-stars in 'The Children Act.' The movie is an adaptation of Ian Mc Ewan's novel about a female judge deciding whether to force a teenage boy (Fionn Whitehead, 'Dunkirk') to undergo a blood transfusion forbidden by his religion.

Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock talks about making the sequel to his Oscar-nominated 'Super Size Me' Friday.

That was probably my favorite moment because she was so cool about it. She knew so many answers and put the rest of us to shame.

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