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January 6, 2016   Ali   Site Comments Off on Happy 34th Birthday Eddie!

January 5, 2016   Ali   Images, Magazines Comments Off on Eddie featured in W’s Best Performances Issue

W Magazine is featuring Eddie in their best performances issue and with it comes a beautiful new outtake.

Eddie Redmayne in The Danish Girl
“One of my first films was Savage Grace. Julianne Moore played my mother, with whom my character was having an incestuous relationship. Last year, there was an amazing moment at the Academy Awards when Julianne and 
I both won. We were euphoric, and she turned to me and said, ‘Now maybe people will go 
and see Savage Grace!’ 

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January 5, 2016   Ali   Images, Magazines Comments Off on British GQ Outtakes

As I mentioned yesterday Eddie will be featured on the cover of the February issue of British GQ. Here are some outtakes from the article.

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January 5, 2016   Ali   Awards 1 Comment

Entertainment Weekly has shared that Eddie is one of the presenters at this Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards.

The Golden Globes announced that Eddie Redmayne (who is also a nominee for The Danish Girl), Amy Adams, Channing Tatum, and Patricia Arquette will present at the ceremony this Sunday.

They’ll be joined by Jamie Foxx, J.K. Simmons, Julianne Moore, and Amber Heard. PEOPLE also announced that Kate Hudson, Kurt Russell, and Jaimie Alexander will be among the night’s presenters.

The Globes previously announced that Olivia Wilde and Mel Gibson — who has been a favorite target of host Ricky Gervais in the past years he’s emceed the ceremony — will also be presenters at the show.

The 73rd Golden Globe Awards will air Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

January 4, 2016   Ali   Magazines Comments Off on 50 Best-Dressed Men in Britain

Eddie tops the list of GQ U.K.’s 50 Best Dressed Men and will be featured on the cover of their February issue.

lcome to GQ’s 2016 Best-Dressed List in association with Mercedes-Benz which is published in full with our February issue, available on newsstands and as a digital edition from Thursday 7 January. In our opinion, it is definitely one of the best-of-British ways to welcome in the New Year. Our judges have compiled an eclectic list that ranges from trendsetting teenagers to grand old men and everything in between. This is because being well-dressed is nothing to do with age or fashion. As Keith Richards says, you don’t find a style, a style finds you.

That’s not to say that trends aren’t interesting. In recent years, for example, we have seen the rise and fall of the Pitti peacocks – the self-conscious dandies that lurk around Florence during that city’s biannual menswear fair, who have been replaced with a more relaxed take on sports luxe. And trend-wise right now it seems that we are witnessing the demise of the sock, as ankles remain bare even when the mercury falls.

And remember, even the most polished man won’t get it right every time. Patrick Grant – No5 in our list – was named by the Mail Online as one of the worst-dressed attendees of the British Fashion Awards in November. I felt at the time that his high-waisted dress trousers were too Alfred Hitchcock, but without the guts to experiment, how can we hope to get things right?

The February issue of British GQ including our Best Dressed supplement is available 7 January on newsstands and as a digital edition which you can download on your iPhone, iPad, Kindle Fire or Android device.

1. Eddie Redmayne
(Last year no 1)
“The stylish intersection where Cary Grant’s style meets Fred Astaire’s lithe elegance.” Sir Elton John and David Furnish.
GQ says: The actor’s fashion potential was spotted early on when he starred in Burberry campaigns and today the Oscar-winner earns plaudits for his impeccable taste.

The Top 10 Men were:

1. Eddie Redmayne
2. Nick Grimshaw
3. Sam Smith
4. David Beckham
5. Patrick Grant
6. Harry Styles
7. Skepta
8. Romeo Beckham
9. Benedict Cumberbatch
10. David Gandy

December 31, 2015   Ali   Danish Girl, Images Comments Off on Promotional Images from The Danish Girl

Added four promotional images from The Danish Girl.

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December 31, 2015   Ali   Articles & Interviews, Video Comments Off on Preview of Today’s Episode of The Graham Norton Show

I always LOVE when Eddie is on the Graham Norton Show! Here are some clips from the show that will air today!

December 31, 2015   Ali   Articles & Interviews, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Images Comments Off on Casting Newt Scamander

As part of Entertainment Weekly’s First Look for 2016 films the films producer and director talk about casting Newt.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (Nov. 18)
Finding an actor with the right mix of qualities to play Newt Scamander in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was even tougher than concocting one of Snape’s potions. Producer David Heyman and director David Yates, who worked together on the final four Harry Potter films, needed a leading man for this prequel with enough charisma to play the globetrotting 1920s magizoologist who carries with him a weathered case of creatures, but he knew a big name might have too much, well, baggage to inhabit the role. Enter Eddie Redmayne, fresh from his Oscar win for The Theory of Everything. “He’s good at playing outsiders; Newt is a bit of an eccentric, and we felt Eddie could do that with truth,” Heyman explains. –James Hibberd

December 31, 2015   Ali   Images, Magazines Comments Off on Entertainment Weekly Scans

Thanks to Claudia we have scans from the new issue of Entertainment Weekly.

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December 30, 2015   Ali   Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Images Comments Off on Empire’s Exclusive new look at Eddie Redmayne in Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them

Empire gives us a new still of Eddie as Newt Schmander!

As The Hunger Games and others should note, prequel-ifying a successful franchise is a whole lot easier if the writer has already turned out a such a tale. As luck would have it, J.K. Rowling did exactly that in 2001 and now Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them is storming towards the screen. The February issue of Empire boasts a new look at its hero, Eddie Redmayne’s Newt Scamander, in his new home of ‘20s New York. Here it is, below.

“Newt is a magizoologist who’s just completed a global journey to find and document magical creatures for a book he plans on writing,” Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts producer David Heyman tells Empire. “His case is important because it contains some of the creatures he’s been researching. It may be small, but there’s a whole world within.”

A bottomless case filled with magical beasties, then? Might there be a dragon or two? Heyman isn’t saying but he did give an insight into the scale of the production, currently filming at Potter HQ, Watford’s Leavesden Studios. “On some days we’ve had several hundred extras, all done up in 1920s costumes. We are going into the magical world, but we’re bringing the magical characters into the Muggle, or ‘Nomaj’, world.”

The Harry Potter films were, of course, crafted like period pieces themselves, albeit within a modern-day setting, but it’s intriguing to think how this well-oiled Warner Bros. machine might reimagine the era of the Jazz Age and the Wall Street Crash, only with mythical creatures and magical mammals.