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Friday, April 24, 2015

New stills of Matthew Macfadyen in The Enfield Haunting

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Two new stills of Matthew Macfadyen via Enfield Independent in Sky Living's upcoming spooky drama The Enfield Hunting starring Timothy Spall and Matthew Macfadyen. The 3-part mini-series will be airing on Sunday, May 3rd, 2015Matthew plays a character named Guy Lyon Playfair, a skeptical but experienced investigator.

See the new TEH stills of MM below...

Carey Mulligan on the cover of The Wall Street Journal magazine

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Another magazine cover for Far From The Madding Crowd star Carey Mulligan, this time from The Wall Street Journal May 2015 issue with a new interview and some gorgeous photo spread.

Read an excerpt of her WSJ interview and see her gorgeous photo spread below...

Movie News: Penelope Wilton to play The Queen in Steven Spielberg's 'The BFG' film adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic book

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Downton Abbey and Olivier Award winning actress  (photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images North America) will be co-starring and playing The Queen role in director Steven Spielberg's new film adaptation, The BFG. Spielberg has teamed up with Disney and will be directing the movie, which filming and production is underway in Vancouver. The film is set for release on July 1st, 2016 in the US and on July 22nd, 2016 in the UK.

 Read more info. about The BFG movie via Radio Times below...

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Carey Mulligan covers Vogue Magazine's May 2015 issue with interview and photo spread with Far From The Madding Crowd co-star Matthias Schoenaerts

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The May 2015 cover issue of Vogue Magazine feature a photoshoot spread of Far From The Madding Crowd lead stars Carey Mulligan (Bathsheba Everdene) and Matthias Schoenaerts (Gabriel Oak). Carey, of course, is the radiant in red cover girl (see her Vogue cover above ^ photo by Mikael Jansson) with the cover issue interview and photoshoot with her FFTMC co-star in promotion for her new film, which will be both in UK Cinemas and US Theaters next Friday, May 1st.

Read an excerpt of Carey's Vogue interview, watch her secret of being a true New Yorker video, and see her photoshoot spread with her FFTMC co-star below...

TV Casting News: Tom Hollander joins the cast of 'The Night Manager'

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Rev. star Tom Hollander (Photo by: Ben A. Pruchnie/Getty Images Europe) has joined the cast of BBC and AMC's TV adaptation of John le Carré novel The Night Manager. He will be reuniting with his former Rev. co-star Olivia Colman. Also, Tom Hollander stars in BBC play about East Grinstead's Patrick Moore.

Read more info. of The Night Manager via Radio Times below...

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

New 'Far From The Madding Crowd' stills, poster, on set, and behind the scenes photos featuring Carey Mulligan

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The official website for Far From The Madding Crowd starring Carey Mulligan (Bathsheba Everdene) and IMDB site has updated and released some new stills, character promo stills, on set and behind the scene photos for this movie. Also, there's another new movie poster that was released recently.

Far From The Madding Crowd in UK Cinemas and in US Theaters May 1st!

See all the new FFTMC images and poster featuring CM below...

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Movie News: Rosamund Pike to star in 'The Spark,' an adaptation of Kristine Barnett's best-selling Autism memoir

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According to Ace ShowbizOscar Nominee Rosamund Pike (image from Gone Girl | The Spark book via Amazon) is going to headline and star in a true-story movie, The Spark, about a mother who helps her young son overcome his autism and leads him to become a genius. The Spark: A mother's story of Nurturing Genius by Kristine Barnett is a best-selling memoir published in April 9th, 2013. More info. about the book here on Amazon.

Read more info. about the movie via Ace Showbiz below...

Watch: Carey Mulligan as Bathsheba Everdene in new Far From The Madding Crowd TV Spots and two featurettes 'Batsheba' and her 'Suitors'

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Fox Searchlight's Thomas Hardy adaptation Far From The Madding Crowd starring Carey Mulligan (Bathsheba Everdene) is about to be released in both UK and US theaters in less than two weeks (to be exact, just 10 more days!!). I can't wait to see this movie! Two more TV Spots and two featurettes: "Batsheba" and her "Suitors" with interviews from the main cast (Mulligan, Tom Sturridge, Michael Shannon, and Matthias Schoenaerts) and director Thomas Vinterberg and producer David Nicholls were released.

Far From The Madding Crowd in UK Cinemas and in US Theaters May 1st!

Watch Carey in the following Far From The Madding Crowd TV Spot clips and two featurettes below...

Joe Wright's new PAN film pushed back from July 24th to October 9th!

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A second trailer was supposed to drop this week for Joe Wright's new fantastical origin Pan film starring Hugh Jackman, Rooney Mara, Amanda Seyfried, Garrett Hedlund, and Levi Miller. Unfortunately, it didn't as Warner Bros. changed the film's 2D and 3D release schedule instead, from July 24th to October 9th. It's now showing in the Fall including IMAX.

Here's more info. on the new theatrical release date move...

Monday, April 20, 2015

Watch: Claudie Blakley guest stars on Call The Midwife's Season 4 - Episode 4 on PBS!

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Last night I did not expect to watch a random new episode of Call The Midwife's current Season 4 on PBS. I was just searching for a show to watch on TV and as I was browsing the various channels, I stumbled upon Call The Midwife. While I've heard of this series and I've seen an episode or two of the first season, it just wasn't my cup of tea. So, I never keep up with the show. To my surprise, I thought I saw P&P's very own Charlotte Lucas on CTM! I mean, Claudie Blakley on this show's newest episode! I made a quick IMDB check to see if my eyes are not deceiving me and if she was actually on this show...sure enough, she was, indeed! And was listed in at least this one episode as a guest star. So, I ended up watching this show and was glad I did as I actually enjoyed watching her character's own interesting storyline. She played the character Susan Robbins, who is married and was expecting their first child. Her husband, unfortunately, was giving her undue pressure to bear a son. She appeared for the most part of this episode, which was a pleasant surprise, and I loved the last scene she appeared in. You'll have to watch the episode (or scroll down this post) to see what I mean.

Watch the full episode 4 (while it still available to stream on Call The Midwife's website) or watch it on the embedded videos with synopsis of the episode and some screen captures of CB's character Susan Robbins below...

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