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February 9, 2015   Ali   Events, Images Comments Off on Images from the BAFTA Awards

I have added a handful of images from last night’s BAFTA Awards. There are tons more coming but I am still sorting and prepping them! Thanks to the generosity of Annie and Gabby for donating some of the pics!

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February 9, 2015   Ali   Articles & Interviews, Relationships & Family Comments Off on Eddie Redmayne Wins BAFTA and Best Husband Award

I love how Eddie talks about Hannah and her reaction to his fame in this article from People.com

Eddie Redmayne is one happily married man, and he’s not afraid to shout it from the rooftops.

“I love married life!” he declared after bagging the best actor prize at Sunday’s British Academy Film Awards. He made his remarks backstage at London’s Royal Opera House during winners’ press conference.

Earlier in the evening, The Theory of Everything leading man, 33, walked the red carpet, often stopping to offer an affectionate hug or put his arm around his new wife, Hannah Bagshawe. Wearing a pewter-embellished gown by Valentino, she seemed in awe of the scene before her – hordes of fans screaming her husband’s name.

“It does feel very surreal,” Redmayne told PEOPLE. “But I don’t think you can take it too seriously, because you know it could be gone in a shot.”

He told reporters on the red carpet that he thought he wife found the whole scene “quite funny.”

Besides being nominated for an Oscar for his portrayal of physicist Stephen Hawking in the biopic, Redmayne has already won a Golden Globe and a SAG award for the challenging role.

He recovered from the “very intense shoot, which took its toll,” he said, by taking time to practice his culinary skills. “Hannah works,” he said. “She has a proper job so I cooked dinner!”

Attending the Globes actually forced them to cut their honeymoon short – but Redmayne hopes to set that right. After finishing his next film, The Danish Girl (which starts filming next week), the Brit is planning on taking his wife on vacation.

“The plan is to go and sit on a beach somewhere – she certainly deserves it,” he said, adding, “[I can] get a few more freckles.”

February 8, 2015   Ali   Articles & Interviews, Theory of Everything, Video Comments Off on Eddie Redmayne: I only cared what Hawking thought

Eddie spoke with The Daily Mail on the red carpet of the BAFTA Awards.

Speaking on the red carpet of the BAFTAs in London, Eddie Redmayne said that he only cared what Stephen Hawking thought of the film, ‘The Theory of Everything’.

February 8, 2015   Ali   Awards Comments Off on Eddie Redmayne Wins Best Leading Actor BAFTA

So excited to share that Eddie won Best Leading Actor at today’s BAFTA Awards for his performance in The Theory of Everything! So proud of him.

Also congratulations to the rest of the cast and crew on the rest of The Theory of Everything’s wins! Here is a list of all the related wins.


February 5, 2015   Ali   Articles & Interviews, Images, Magazines, Video Comments Off on The British Are Coming! Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue 2015

Eddie is one of the stars featured on the cover of the Vanity Fair Hollywood Portfolio issue.

Channing Tatum, Amy Adams, Reese Witherspoon, and seven more of the year’s brightest stars, photographed by Annie Leibovitz.

On the cover of the 21st annual Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue, Amy Adams is wearing Atelier Versace. And Channing Tatum, as he joked, is wearing Amy Adams.

The Foxcatcher and Big Eyes stars join seven other actors, including Wild’s Reese Witherspoon, on this year’s iconic three-panel foldout, with the men wearing bespoke white tie and the women evoking the glamour of Old Hollywood in gold and red gowns.

The cover lineup, in full:

Channing Tatum, star of Foxcatcher, which received five Oscar nominations including best director.

Amy Adams, four-time Oscar nominee and Golden Globe winner for Big Eyes.

Reese Witherspoon, who is Oscar-nominated alongside her Wild co-star Laura Dern.

Eddie Redmayne, a best-actor nominee for his performance as Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything.

Felicity Jones, a best-actress nominee for her performance as Jane Hawking in The Theory of Everything.

David Oyelowo, star of best-picture nominee Selma.

Benedict Cumberbatch, a best-actor nominee for his performance as Alan Turing in The Imitation Game.

Sienna Miller, star of best-picture nominee American Sniper as well as Foxcatcher.

Miles Teller, star of best-picture nominee Whiplash.

Oscar Isaac, star of National Board of Review winner A Most Violent Year.

Annie Leibovitz has photographed all but three of the Hollywood Issue covers since the first edition debuted, in 1995, and she describes this year’s shoot as “hair-rising” in its intimacy: “Usually you shoot from fairly far away, but we wanted to get really close to the actors. We made an effort to create a feeling of intimacy. I pushed into them, shooting to the left and then the right, coming in as tight as I could.”

Here is a video with those featured on the cover:

February 4, 2015   Ali   Events, Images Comments Off on More Images from the Jupiter Ascending Premiere

Added lots more images of Eddie at the Jupiter Ascending premiere. Giant thanks to Mouza from Luke Evans Online for donating some of the pics!

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February 3, 2015   Ali   Articles & Interviews Comments Off on Eddie Redmayne Was Stopped by Airport Security Because of His Golden Globe

This article from Vanity Fair made me smile so much! Eddie is adorable!

The T.S.A. has worked out oddly-specific regulations for seemingly every possible carry-on item—“creamy dips and cheeses”, meat cleavers, and paintball equipment included. One area for which the T.S.A. has not figured out regulations, however, seems to be acting awards. At least, that is what one Golden Globe winner suggested during an interview today.

While at the Oscar nominees luncheon on Monday in Los Angeles, Eddie Redmayne told reporters about his surreal experience at the airport last month, a day after winning his Golden Globe for The Theory of Everything.

“I saw the bag go through [the X-ray machine] and I saw the [T.S.A. attendant] stop the thing and then go close up on this weird shaped thing,” explained the actor. “She was like, ‘I think it’s an award or something.’”

Redmayne revealed that he was thrilled at the chance to show off his shiny new statuette.

“I was praying that they would make me open it up. . . and they did. That was very special moment,” he said, even if the T.S.A. attendant did not seem to recognize him. “The guy was like, ‘Is this real?’”

Redmayne is not the only actor to struggle with transporting a new acting award. Back in 2012, we stumbled upon photographic evidence that Julianne Moore, the everywoman of award winners, toted her Emmy award for Game Change through airport security in a brown paper bag. And we loved her even more for it.

February 2, 2015   Ali   Events, Images Comments Off on First Look at Eddie at the Jupiter Ascending Premiere

Tonight is the Jupiter Ascending premiere and we have the first two images from the event. Will add more as I find them!

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February 2, 2015   Ali   Articles & Interviews Comments Off on Eddie Redmayne: Wearing Suits Makes Me Feel Like I Have a Proper Job

People.com shared this article about Eddie and how he enjoys wearing suits and how he defines his style.

Eddie Redmayne has been all over the red carpet this award season (thanks to his highly-nominated role as Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything), and he’s proved his dressing skills are just as good as his acting skills (talk about a breakout year!). But where exactly did he learn to pull off menswear so impeccably? At school.

“I’ve always worn suits, so I’ve always felt at ease in them,” the actor tells the March issue of Men’s Health, referencing his days at Eton College in England, where he was required to dress up in jackets and ties. He also got some inspiration at home: “My dad is a dapper man. He wears suits for work, so maybe wearing them makes me feel subconsciously like I have a proper job.”

Redmayne adds that the right suit can also boost confidence. “A well-cut suit feels like armor,” he says. “If it’s tailored to fit, you feel strong. I don’t slouch as much. My shoulders look stronger.”

While he may know all about the right fit, he has to have some help choosing the right color palettes. “I’m color-blind, so I usually stick to blues and grays,” he shares. “They make for a pretty safe combination — you can wear them together and they’ll never clash.” (He also isn’t afraid of brightly-hued suits as seen by the turquoise one above worn to The Theory of Everything premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival last year.)

So will he be wearing a basic tuxedo at the Oscars this year? Hopefully not. “My look is generally simple and classic, but I like to add substance with texture and color. An interesting tie or pocket square can really shake things up.”