Saturday, April 12, 2014

Dan Radcliffe: Inishmaan Begins on Broadway Today, New 'Meet the Cast' Video

Who's going to see the Cripple of Inishmaan on Broadway tonight!? Previews start this very evening at the beautiful Cort Theatre. For a sneak preview of the show, check out our review of the West End production here, look at photos here, here and here and watch the meet the cast video below:
Have you entered the Sweepstakes to win tickets and walk the red carpet?

Matthew Lewis: Cast in Brontes & Bluestone 42 Renewed for 3rd Season

It's been a while (and a whole second season) since we updated on Bluestone 42 (my bad!) and it was great to hear a little while ago that this great dry wit comedy will be returning to BBC3 in the near future!


In other Matt news, we was recently cast in The Brontes, as the brother Branwell:
The Brontes, which, according to their Twitter description, is “the first big-budget, English language, feature-length biopic film of the Bronte siblings.” Their Facebook also has a date of April 2016 attached to the film, but release dates are always subject to change.
The film also has a twitter which can be followed here for updates. The film's director has said that he is "excited" to work with Matt and "Matthew’s been my first choice to play Branwell Bronte since we first started working on the production and I’m delighted that he’s agreed to play the role."

Rupert Grint: Foosball US Release Date, New Role in Moonwalkers, Starlight Ambassador

In Rupert film news,  his recently animated feature which was previously named Foosball and The Unbeatables, has been picked up by the Weinstein company and renamed Underdogs for a US release this summer. The date set is August 27th and "the film will have a wide release and AMC theaters already has it listed on their website."

In new projects, Rupert is to film Moonwalkers this May, before Enemy of Man (beginning shooting in August) . He will star alongside Ron Pearlman (and former Cherrybomb buddy Robert Sheehan) and the film will be made in Belgium. The synopsis is below:
July 1969, Tom Kidman (Ron Perlman aka Hellboy), a special agent of the CIA, was sent to London to find Stanley Kubrick and convince him to turn a fake moon landing in case the Apollo mission would fail. It is not Kubrick, but in his place, Jonny (Rupert Grint, aka Ron in Harry Potter), manager of a seedy rock band. Jonny is the bad dream Kidman. Kidman is the nightmare of Jonny. They have no choice but to work together to accomplish their mission, their lives and develop the biggest scam of all time.
I'm thinking this will split audiences.....but am glad work is picking up for our favourite redhead!
In other recent news, Rupert has become a celebrity ambassador for children's charity Starlight.
It was a great pleasure to help Starlight grant Callum’s wish before Christmas and I really look forward to doing more to support this wonderful charity. I have seen first hand just how much of an impact a Starlight Wish can have on a seriously ill child – it really makes a huge difference to them and their family – so I am delighted to become a Starlight Ambassador

Rupert recently visited art spot God's Own Junkyard in London and a picture of him with owner Chris Bracey's granddaughters is above left.

Friday, April 11, 2014

Tom Felton: NEW Murder in the First Set Pics, From the Rough Clip and Release Info, Belle, New Short Film Role

This, our epic Tom Felton has been a while coming so please forgive us!


German date of release 21st August 2014.

The Film will open Palm Beach Film Festival:
(3rd April at 7 pm – Cinemark Palace 20 -1 / 3200 Airport Road, Boca Raton, Florida 33431)
Get your tickets here. (Each ticket is a package that includes the opening night film “Belle” and the “Opening Night Party”.)
Interview with director Amma Asante and cast BELOW:

Some set pics, not including Tom, can be found here.

Murder in the First:
Lots and lots of set pics have emerged since Tom Felton returned to the set of Murder in the First late last month and these will be in our gallery here. More images on Tom's Instagram here and Snitchseeker's Instagram here.

There was also a set clip release below:

Another video from San Francisco is here.
Article on the show here.

From the Rough:
The golf film will finally be out in the US later this month!

The film will be released in 35 cities across the U.S., include Charlotte and Winston-Salem.

There is also a new image in our gallery and a new clip featuring Tom:

In Secret:
New images in our gallery here!

How I Didn't Become a Piano Player:
Tom has signed up for a role in a short film with the title above:

The film is listed as a comedic short and clocks in at 18 minutes. The British movie is listed as being released some time this year, and is written and directed by Tommaso Pitta. 
More info here. 

Tom also recently took part in the 24th Annual Lakers Celebrity Golf Tournament. Above is Tom in action. Tom will be at the Vancouver Con and schedule is here.

Friday, April 4, 2014

Emma Watson CatchUp: Sunday Times Shoot, Speaks about Fair Trade, Little Mermaid and Rookie Magazine

As time wears on, the news I have to catch-up on grows, so here is a short summary of  recent Emma news.
Emma has been going round the world promoting Noah and images from the Berlin, New York, Madrid and London premieres are in our gallery.

In other images, Emma did a photoshoot (left) for the Sunday Times last week and some images from that are in our gallery here and here.

In the interview she spoke about keeping her private life private:
Cooking helps me to relax, and I think people close to you appreciate a home-cooked meal,” she adds coyly, although it’s about as close as she’ll get to revealing anything about her newest relationship, with Matt Janney, rugby hunk and Oxford’s most eligible bachelor. “I can’t comment on it, I’m sorry,” she says, suddenly jumping up and hastily bundling her things back into her bag, which has exploded across the sofa beside her. “I’m trying to keep my private life sacred, although I don’t want to lock myself up and never go out. So I guard it, because I don’t date people who are famous, and I don’t think it’s fair that, all of a sudden, intimate details of their personal life are public as a direct result of me. I find that so uncomfortable, and I wish there was a way I could protect those people, but it’s not in my control.”
among other topics. The interview can be read here.

She also recently spoke to British Vogue about her connection to Fair Trade Fashion:
Emma Watson is among the growing lobby of celebrities galvanizing a generation of teenage girls to think twice about their Saturday shopping habits. "I've travelled to Bangladesh and visited factories like Rana Plaza," she says. "I knew how bad the conditions were before the collapse," she says. 'I think it's important that I'm accountable for the choices I make and understand they have serious consequences."
She spoke to Variety about Little Mermaid casting rumours:
After Deadline broke news last week that Sofia Coppola had signed to direct a live-action “The Little Mermaid,” media outlets started to speculate that Emma Watson (who appeared in Coppola’s “Bling Ring”) would be perfect casting as Ariel.
Well, it turns out, Watson already has the costume at home. But it’s an old costume. “I actually dressed up as Ariel for my fifth birthday,”... She hasn’t been offered the fin-flipping role yet. “I mean I’d have to read it first,” Watson said, adding, “I love Sofia so much.”
Finally Emma spoke to the New York Times about an innovative friend of hers, Petra Collins founder of Rookie Magazine:
Ms. Watson, though six years older than Ms. Gevinson, said she found the two had a lot in common when they met at the TED talks in 2012 and started chatting.
“She related to me in a way that most interviewers can’t,” Ms. Watson wrote in a recent email. “She is also incredibly honest. It’s difficult not to feel like you can trust someone like that. You feel vulnerable, but she is vulnerable too. She is also in this arena.”
Ms. Gevinson’s willingness to put herself in the spotlight sets an example for all women, regardless of their age, Ms. Watson said
Photo“Being a young woman is confusing,” Ms. Watson wrote. “Tavi interprets, rationalizes and articulates so much of what we experience, and in doing so destigmatizes it. I think Tavi makes women unafraid of themselves.”