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07
Nov 2018
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07
Nov 2018
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Eddie did an appearance on Ellen and spoke about those sleepless nights and People gives us a rundown.

Eddie Redmayne could use a little magic as a father of two.

When Ellen DeGeneres asked the Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald star, 36, whether his son Luke Richard, almost 8 months, is sleeping, Redmayne admitted, “Not so much.”

“I’ve been promoting Fantastic Beasts, and people keep going, ‘What spell would you dream of doing?’ And I’m like, ‘Literally just a two-hour sleep spell.’ People suggest gin,” the actor said in an episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show that airs Tuesday.

“For you or the baby?” the host said.

“Both,” replied Redmayne, who also shares a 2-year-old daughter, Iris Mary, with his wife Hannah.

In February, the month before Luke arrived, Redmayne got candid about sneaking in sleep as a dad.

“We’ve just about got to that stage when we’re beginning to get sleep and remember what that word means,” he said of himself and his wife on Live with Kelly and Ryan. “Getting prepped to go back into the trenches.”

Redmayne previously dished on his sleep schedule to DeGeneres back in 2016.

“Before you’re a parent, you hear people talking about [not getting sleep], then suddenly you’re the guy who’s floating in a constant jet lagged [sense] with an IV of caffeine. I’ve become that person,” Redmayne joked on Ellen.

Still, Redmayne said that he did not mind the early wake-ups. “It’s that amazing thing when it’s 3 o’clock in the morning and you go in and you’re gently furious, and then you get a little smile and your heart breaks a bit, and it’s totally worth it,” he said.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald opens Nov. 16.

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Nov 2018
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The Telegraph gives us a bit of insight to what was going on during the filming of The Crimes of Grindewald.

When Eddie Redmayne began dating Hannah Bagshawe in 2012, he felt the need to warn her about embarking on a relationship with an international movie star. At the time he had a series of roles lined up that looked, on paper at least, like they’d take him all over the world.

‘I said to her, “You know, with my life there could be a lot of travel, we could be nomads” – but she was all up for that,’ he recalls. ‘I then made Les Misérables, which was set in Paris, The Danish Girl, which was set in Copenhagen, and Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, which was set in New York…’ And? ‘And all of them were shot in Watford.’ Or Ealing. Or Slough, even.

Bagshawe and Redmayne can’t have been too disappointed. The pair married in 2014, the same year the thoroughly Cambridge-set The Theory of Everything, for which Redmayne would win an Academy Award, was released.

In a couple of weeks he will return to the big screen with the follow-up to Fantastic Beasts – the Harry Potter spin-off written by JK Rowling and produced by the same team as the Potter films, in which he starred as Newt Scamander, an eccentric English wizard zoologist who ends up fighting for good against evil with a motley band of acquaintances.

When he read Rowling’s script for that film’s sequel, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, he noticed that much of the action takes place in Paris during the années folles (‘crazy years’) of the 1920s. Bagshawe was thrilled. Redmayne was suspicious. ‘Nope, Watford again.’

Under feeble autumn sunshine, Paris-upon-Watford wasn’t looking too bad last November. At Leavesden studios – Warner Bros’ filming complex in the Hertfordshire hinterland – whole boulevards of the French capital had been constructed in preposterous detail, complete with working shops (themselves complete with tills), fountains and cobblestones.

To a visitor, it was extraordinary, but building new worlds is the purpose of Leavesden.

Over 80 hectares, there are approximately 50,000 square metres of stages, one of the largest heated water tanks in Europe (it takes 10 days to fill), production offices, and a 32-hectare ‘backlot’ with a 180-degree uninterrupted vista – making it ideal for a battlefield, say, or constructing an historic European city from scratch. It was here that all eight of the Harry Potter films were shot.

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Oct 2018
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Variety exclusively shares that Eddie is in talks for a new film!

“Fantastic Beasts” actor Eddie Redmayne is in early talks to star in Amblin Entertainment’s “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” sources tell Variety.

Aaron Sorkin is writing and directing, and Sacha Baron Cohen is also in talks to join. Marc Platt is producing the pic.

Following his directorial debut, 2017’s “Molly’s Game,” Steven Spielberg saw Sorkin as the perfect candidate to take over directing duties on “Chicago 7.”

The film is based on the infamous 1969 trial of seven defendants charged by the federal government with conspiracy and more, arising from the countercultural protests in Chicago at the 1968 Democratic National Convention. The trial transfixed the nation and sparked a conversation about mayhem intended to undermine the U.S. government.

Redmayne will play Tom Hayden, the co-founder of the Students for a Democratic Society, who was best known for his role as an anti-war, civil rights, and radical intellectual activist in the 1960s, authoring the Port Huron Statement and eventually standing trial in the Chicago Seven case.

An A-list ensemble had always been a goal for the movie, with talent like Will Smith being considered during the time of the project’s first brush with development. This time around, Sorkin is also looking for big talent.

Set to reenter the world of “Harry Potter” as Newt Scamander in “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald,” Redmayne sought something on the prestige level as his next project, as the actor has always struck a balance in the roles he pursues. Prior to being cast in “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” he won an Oscar for playing theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking in Focus’ “The Theory of Everything.”

“Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” bows on Nov. 16. Redmayne recently filmed the Amazon Studios movie “The Aeronauts,” which reteams him with his “Theory of Everything” co-star Felicity Jones.

He is repped by CAA, United Agents, and Jackoway Tyerman Wertheimer Austen Mandelbaum Morris & Klein.

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Oct 2018
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I realized I am a bit behind on making captures of some of Eddie’s most recent films. I am working on remedying that … here are captures from 2016’s Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.



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Eddie Redmayne Web > Films > 2016 | Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them > Captures | The Film

17
Oct 2018
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I have found a ton more images from Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindewald film and have added them to our gallery!



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Eddie Redmayne Web > Films > 2018 | Fantastic Beasts : The Crimes Of Grindewald

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Oct 2018
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Warner Brothers has given us another small peek at the new film!

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Oct 2018
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Added scans from the new Fantastic Beasts/ Harry Potter issue of Entertainment Weekly to our gallery! Love the “Beastie Boy” reference to Newt!

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Eddie Redmayne Web > PUBLICATIONS > 2018 > October 19 | Entertainment Weekly

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Oct 2018
Comments Off on Entertainment Weekly Cover Shoot: ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald’: Inside The Magic
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“Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” stars Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law, Zoë Kravitz, Katherine Waterston, Alison Sudol, Dan Fogler, Callum Turner, and Claudia Kim open up about their film for this EW cover shoot.

17
Oct 2018
Comments Off on Fantastic Beasts returns with a darker, thrilling sequel on this week’s cover
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Entertainment Weekly features Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindewald on their new cover. Here is a highlight from EW.com.

In this week’s issue, EW goes behind the scenes of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, plus we reveal the untold stories of Harry Potter with exclusive never-before-revealed tales, photos and interviews — including a rare chat with author J.K. Rowling.

But first, here’s some scoop on the Fantastic Beasts sequel, which insiders say represented an across-the-board leveling up from 2016’s franchise-launching hit Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

“The script is labyrinthian,” says Eddie Redmayne, who returns as the beast-protecting Newt Scamander “It’s like you’re going down this maze and Jo is weaving the stories together with such intricacy. Along the way these connections to Harry Potter and secrets are falling at your feet. And there is one…”

The Oscar-winner pauses, knowing he’s treading into heavy spoiler territory.

“I got to the end and my jaw dropped,” he says. “There was one thing I didn’t see coming.”

Dan Fogler, who plays affable muggle Jacob Kowalski in the film, is one of the few people who’s actually seen the ultra-secretive project. We spoke to the actor shortly after he finished watching a private screening and he was as excited as any Harry Potter fan stepping out of a cineplex.

“It reminds me a lot of The Empire Strikes Back,” Fogler says. “The first movie is so positive. It’s sweet and lovely. But this time everybody is really put under fire. People are gonna see this like a 100 times just to get everything. They’re going to be going nuts that they have to wait for the next one.”

The setup: Gellert Grindelwald (Johnny Depp) escapes during transport and begins rallying an army of supporters by pledging to unify the wizarding world and rule muggles. That leaves Hogwarts professor Dumbledore (Jude Law), the dark wizard’s former childhood friend (and perhaps more?), to enlist his expelled former student Newt and, by extension, his American friends — rebellious auror Tina (Katherine Waterston), her telepathic sister Queenie (Alison Sudol), and Jacob (Fogler). But really, that’s only the beginning of a twisty tale that hits the ground running and could be the darkest film from the Harry Potter universe yet.

In this week’s issue, we spoke the entire core cast (including Depp, giving his first interview about his character) to gain some unprecedented insight about the film. Plus, Harry Potter directors reveal their favorite shots from each of the eight films, a never-before-told story on staging the very first Quidditch match in Sorcerer’s Stone, a remembrance of Alan Rickman from his castmates, Rowling reveals new character details, and more.



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