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Whereas Montreal saw difficult hours as regards foreign turnings, Jean-Marc Vallée succeeded in attracting there the post-production of her film The Young Victoria, a production of 35 M$ turned to London l’ last year. “C’ is one my great prides d’ to have made a success of that”, lance the Québécois realizer, met yesterday afternoon with l’ occasion of the release of the Blu-ray version of the DVD of its film C.R.A.Z.Y. The Young Victoria, a film on the life of the Victoria queen produces by Martin Scorsese and his producer Graham King, scenarized by Julian Fellowes (gaining d’ a Oscar for Gosford Park) and putting in the high-speed motorboat Emily Blunt, Paul Bettany and Jim Broadbent, was turned on about fifty l’ days; autumn passed to London. Continue reading The post-production of The Young Victoria carried out in Montreal
Newly single gal-pals Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt painted the town green last night.
The Devil Wears Prada costars hit the Green Door for jazz night, where they reserved a private table complete with bottle service.
After smoking breaks on the patio and chats with friends and Industry types, the two friends decided to sing backup for the house band just before last call.
“They were great,” an onlooker tells E! News of their duet. The babes belted out two different songs, including an upbeat number and a sultry tune, before hopping in a chauffeured SUV around 2 a.m.
Good to see their recent breakups aren’t getting the best of them.
Source: E Online
What’s in a name? Well, James McAvoy and Emily Blunt are about find out, as they’re in talks to lend their voices to the title roles of Gnomeo and Juliet, a ‘tooned-up version of the Bard’s tragedy from Miramax and Elton John‘s Rocket Pictures.
Even with its comic, computer-generated spin, Gnomeo is a garden-variety adaptation of Shakespeare…sort of.
McAvoy and Blunt will play two star-crossed gnomes, whose love for each other is complicated by the fact that they’re from opposite sides of the veggie patch. Continue reading McAvoy, Blunt Are Gnomeo & Juliet; Bond Stars Got Game
I have uploaded some interview screen captures & shoots with Benicio Del Toro for Entertainment Weekly. You can simply view the video, thanks to Sam for the information & photos.
Lawrence Talbot, a haunted nobleman, is lured back to his family estate after his brother vanishes. Reunited with his estranged father, Talbot sets out to find his brother… and discovers a horrifying destiny for himself. Talbot’s childhood ended the night his mother died. After he left the sleepy Victorian hamlet of Blackmoor, he spent decades recovering and trying to forget. But when his brother’s fiancée, Gwen Conliffe, tracks him down to help find her missing love, Talbot returns home to join the search. He learns that something with brute strength and insatiable bloodlust has been killing the villagers, and that a suspicious Scotland Yard inspector named Aberline has come to investigate.
– Studio Photoshoots: James Dimmock [EW] (2008)
– Misc. Captures: Entertainment Weekly Interview – The Wolf Man (2008)
Thanks to Sam for the news.
A bidding war has broken out over the distribution rights in the US to the Duchess of York’s film The Young Victoria. Flame-haired Fergie served as executive producer on the movie which focuses on the 19th century monarch’s early years when as a feisty, passionate young woman she embarked upon an enduring romance with dashing Prince Albert.
“It has an excellent cast and I gather three companies are fighting for the US rights to distribute it,” says Monarch Of The Glen actor and Gosford Park screenwriter Julian Fellowes, who wrote the script.
The movie, which was Sarah’s brainchild, stars The Devil Wears Prada actress Emily Blunt in the title role opposite Keira Knightley’s boyfriend Rupert Friend, who portrays Albert. It also features the Duchess’ elder daughter Princess Beatrice, who makes her big screen debut with a cameo role as a lady-in-waiting. Continue reading Race over US rights to Fergie’s Victoria film heats up