I am adding some pictures from Eddie’s appearance yesterday at the San Diego Comic Con where he promoted his new film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
– Eddie Redmayne Web > 2016 > July 23 | San Diego Comic Con – Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them Press Line
– Eddie Redmayne Web > 2016 > July 23 | San Diego Comic Con – Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them Panel
– Eddie Redmayne Web > 2016 > July 23 | San Diego Comic Con – Warner Brothers Booth
– Eddie Redmayne Web > 2016 > July 23 | San Diego Comic Con – Sirius XM Radio
Warner Brothers has released a new trailer for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them today at Comic Con. Watch it below!
Eddie was at Comic Con today in San Diego and Time.com gives us a small look at the WB panel.
He stars in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
To promote Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, star Eddie Redmayne walked through the massive Hall H and handed out wands to a crowd of thousands during San Diego Comic-Con.
The panel itself, including Colin Farrell and director David Yates, remained tight-lipped about movie details. “There’s going to be a hole that opens up and he’ll drop in,” Farrell said of co-star Dan Fogler when the latter almost gave away even the most minor of clues.
But they all shared their enthusiasm for being able to join the world of Harry Potter. “It’s like getting your Hogwarts letter way late in the game,” said Ezra Miller.
Check out this new featurette that Warner Brothers has released for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them called A New Hero. The feature shares some information about Newt and allows us some insights into this character.
A new poster has been released for Eddie’s film Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them … looks awesome! I am so excited for this film!
E!Online has shared that Eddie & Hannah have welcomed their first daughter!
Congratulations Eddie & Hannah! Welcome Iris!
EDIT: Correction … it appears that the media has gotten her middle name wrongg … it is Iris Mary.
And baby makes three!
Eddie Redmayne and wife Hannah Bagshawe have welcomed their first child, a baby girl named Iris May Redmayne, E! News has confirmed. The couple announced her birth in the U.K. newspaper The Times. Iris was born Wednesday.
Redmayne and Bagshawe confirmed they were expecting at the Golden Globes in January.
“That is true!” the Oscar-winning actor said when Ryan Seacrest commented that there’s a baby on the way for the couple, before gifting them with onesies. One featured the words “You Should See My Crib,” while the other cheekily said, “Milking My 15 Minutes.”
“Thank you so much, Ryan!” a surprised and delighted Redmayne said, as Hannah laughed, calling the gifts “amazing!”
E! News learned in December that the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them star and Bagshawe were going to have a baby, only one year after they tied the knot in a private ceremony in England on Dec. 15, 2014.
Redmayne and Bagshawe began dating in January 2012 and got engaged in June 2014. Since then they have been pretty inseparable, as Bagshawe has been by Redmayne’s side throughout multiple awards seasons.
Eddie has participated in a new video from the Motor Neurone Disease Association which is released this month as part of MND Awareness Month.
Chris James, director of external affairs for the MND Association, said: “While Professor Stephen Hawking’s story is so very inspiring, the harsh truth is that most people with MND die less than two years after they’re diagnosed, and that’s a message this year’s Shortened Stories campaign is getting across very powerfully.
“With Eddie’s assistance and Robert’s wonderful video and poem, both specially recorded for our campaign, so many more people will realise exactly what a diagnosis of MND means.”
Found some additional stills from Eddie’s film The Danish Girl that I have now added to the gallery!
Eddie Redmayne may be known for his brilliant acting prowess across the globe but Hollywood star Ian McKellen has revealed that the actor had auditioned for a part in his 1995 movie Richard III, but did not get through.
McKellen co-wrote, co-produced and starred in titular role in the British drama film directed by Richard Loncraine.
Richard III was adapted from William Shakespeare’s play of the same name.
The 76-year-old actor, who was speaking at a special screening of the film here last evening, said choosing the perfect cast was a challenge and quipped that in the process he had missed casting The Theory of Everything star.
“We missed the chance, when we were auditioning little kids for the film… A little boy came along and I met him not long ago. He said we have met before. I said ‘oh really we did?’ He said yes sir I came and auditioned and you didn’t give me the part. So I happen to turn down Eddie Redmayne’s first job,” McKellen said.
The critically acclaimed movie stars Eddie Redmayne as Lili Elbe – a painter who was born male [with the name Einar Wegener] who goes on to become one of the first-known recipients of gender reassignment surgery. Directed by Tom Hooper – of The King’s Speech and Les Misérables – the movie traces Lili’s transition from artist Einar, and its effect on Einar’s wife Gerda, played by the incredible Alicia Vikander.
It’s a remarkable love story on the surface, with some powerful messages on equality, acceptance and gender identity bubbling under the surface. Speaking to GT ahead of the film’s release, Eddie Redmayne explained: “We need to break down prejudice, taboos and misconceptions.
“Society needs to understand the difficulties faced by trans people – and especially the amount of abuse and physical violence they’re often subjected to.”
To celebrate the release of this fantastic movie, we’ve got a very special behind the scenes clip for you, featuring Tom Hooper and Eddie Redmayne.