Monday, October 16, 2017

The Redmayne family out in London on Saturday, 14th October 2017

Eddie Redmayne was spotted strolling in London on Saturday with his family

There were other sightings too that day, Eddie was spotted on a train
He wore similar outfit (I think this is the same jacket) one year ago, when he was spotted 
at BBC Radio 2 on 13th October 2016 (source: @amazingeddieredmayne on IG)

Maybe this will do for MCM too, certainly does for me.

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Gordy and Martine - We have ourselves a dreamer ladies and gentlemen

“…it’s such a privilege to work with young people, who were teaching me so much, 
because they have so much to offer. It’s wonderful. That’s school for me.” 

Another interesting interview about the movie with William Hurt and Arthur Cohn producer:

Eddie Redmayne and Kristen Stewart in The Yellow Handkerchief

Thursday, October 12, 2017

TBT - Eddie Redmayne at the Vogue Dinner on 6th February 2009

Eddie Redmayne at the event with Matthew Goode and Jamie Dornan in the background
pic source: diddleyeye_nat on Instagram
Vogue's Pre-BAFTA dinner hosted by Alexandra Shulman and Nick Jones 
at Cecconi's on February 6, 2009 in London, England.

Original photos: 

And although they weren't photographed together, look who was also there!

Other friends - Tom Sturridge, Andrew Garfield & Robert Pattinson attended too.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Some beautiful Fantastic Beasts artwork, fanart

You find some of her other artworks here

A nice comic Fan art of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, 
with the background creepy face of Gellert Grindelwald !!

Newt Scamander portrait by @shr_burg (source)
Other beautiful painting about the young Eddie 
by the talented Korean fan here

“I think you’ll find the best wizarding school in the world is Hogwarts!” 
Mr. English Guy (Newt) - Illustration by Relly Coquia

Pastel drawings by Amanda Blanchard: Fantastic Four

QueenieNewt, Jacob and Tina portraits

Eyes - Prep pastel drawings before the portraits NewtTinaQueenie and Jacob
Eddie Redmayne's eyes as inspired by the #MyEyesSay campaign by @mndassoc

"What was meant only to be practice drawings turned into so much more. These drawings mean 
so much to me because of the connection to the movie and the characters, and they mark my advancement as an artist. I know they’re just fan art, but they helped me develop beyond what 
I thought I was capable of doing, which I will carry with me into anything I create from now on."

She offered the drawings for LUMOS - Read more in her blog here

You find more Fantastic Beasts related artworks in the 
If you repost some of these, please give credit to the artist!

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Early Man Press Day with Maisie Williams, Tom Hiddleston and Nick Park

Tom Hiddleston, Maisie Williams and Nick Park at the Early Man Exclusive Footage
Screening October 6, 2017 Ham Yard Hotel, London - Source: @hiddlestongue on IG

Eddie Redmayne wasn't there, he was seen on the set of Fantastic Beasts 2 filming (x)
He said in a recorded message that he had “loved” working with the Aardman team. article about the event
filmandtvnow report about the event
CNET article

Picture above posted by laurenokelly86 on IG

Nick Park: “…I feel so privileged to have such an incredible lineup 
of British talent involved in this project, it’s wonderful.”

Park joked: “It was a strange feeling, massaging Tom Hiddleston’s shoulders 
and thinking how many people would pay to do this.” 

@maisie_williams: Coat and Dress that match ⭐️ @miumiu Had a wonderful 
press day for @earlymanmovie Cannot wait for you all to watch it.

@byroninthetrees: Just another day at work with Tom Hiddleston and 
Maisie Williams at the launch of @aardmananimations' #EarlyMan

Tom Hiddleston at the Early Man Footage Screening, Q&A 
source: @hiddlesister (2)

Maisie Williams: “…Aardman is based in Bristol, which is where I grew up, so it was very exciting, or going
home (sorry), but also going down seeing the studios, and seeing what goes into it. And what I realized is
when people animate with the clay figures, and the mouthpieces and whatever, that's like the one and kind of
only time they do it, and before that there was a lot of troubleshooting was involved, in they...records - I think
Nick you even do some of it, don't you? - where you record your own body language, and someone else will
animate the characters doing that...movement, and play along with the track, that you've already recorded,
and there's layers and layers and layers of what goes on, and once they've...recorded everything..that's when
they're going and do the effects and do the green screen, and there's just...there's a whole process that goes
into it…and I was also lucky enough one day to go into the studio with Eddie, and we had one day together,
where we recorded in the same base, so that was really good fun… “
Director Nick Park and actors Maisie Williams and Tom Hiddleston discuss 
the ups, downs and massages of Aardman's latest animation, Early Man.