Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Into Film Awards 2020 and Get Into Film YouTube Channel promo videos - interviews

The IntoFilm Awards 2020 is now open for entries. In the new video above star supporters
encourage children to participate. This year every single verified submission will also be
entered into a prize draw to win £1,000 worth of filmmaking equipment for the filmmakers,
film clubs or schools. So, what are you waiting for? Get your students filmmaking!
https://www.intofilm.org/awards
"I would say get on with it!"

The charity's ambassadors and supporters in the video Eddie Redmayne, Michael Sheen,
Amma Asante, Bill Nighy, Hugh Bonneville, Lily James, Malachi Kirby, Will Poulter,
Gemma Arterton, Andy Serkis, David Walliams


Eddie took part in the channel's new promo video, that shows snippets
from some amazing star interviews, you can watch there.

"Come and discover more by joining us over at the Get Into Film channel"

Eddie from 0:17

Fantastic Beasts - CAST EXCLUSIVE
Cast interview videos





My screenshots from the interview below
This is not new, he promoted the first Fantastic Beasts movie.



We Love Eddie Redmayne
Playlist of Eddie's Into Film interview videos

Monday, May 20, 2019

The Theory of Everything BTS photo and Celluloid Dreams podcast


Thanks to Jan Sewell makeup artist for the BTS photo and info she posted on Instagram.
jansewell1: “I took this photograph on Camber Sands while we were shooting
The Theory of Everything... wonderful Eddie Redmayne as Stephen Hawking
and talented Director of Photography Benoit Delhomme setting up a shot...
Eddie was in his stage 3 make-up... wig, mouthpieces, prosthetic knee
pieces and shoulder piece, no facial prosthetics as yet...”

Eddie on the set with Jan Sewell (source: hope72)



CELLULOID DREAMS THE MOVIE SHOW correspondent LARRY JAKUBECZ
chats with actor EDDIE REDMAYNE about his role as physicist STEPHEN HAWKING
in the biography drama THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING (Re-broadcast from 2014).


Saturday, May 18, 2019

Eddie on 'The Aeronauts' in a Q&A in Lifestyle Asia

Eddie Redmayne was interviewed by Randy Lai at The Peninsula Shanghai when he spent
some time in Asia in April for the Planet Omega opening.  He talked about style, Omega, and
his career, and also talked about his new movie 'The Aeronauts'. Here are a few quotes.


"The film that I’ve just wrapped on — coming out later in the year, called The Aeronauts
— enabled me to play a guy called James Glaisher. He was one of the first people to reach
the upper atmosphere via hot air balloon. When I was preparing for it, I realized his father
had actually been a watchmaker, and in that moment the knowledge I gleaned from my
time with OMEGA enabled me to become the consummate method actor [laughs]. If we
look at it from the perspective of era, I’d be very interested in playing an individual from
the 1920s. I’ve already done that a bit with Fantastic Beasts but the atmosphere of the
Roaring Twenties — in large part because of the fashion and energy — makes it a period
whose historical figures I’d be really interested in revisiting."
(he was asked about one historical figure he would choose to play)


"So nowadays we would go up in hot air balloons, but in the 19th century the equivalent
was gas-powered: just massive balloons filled with flammable gases of helium and hydrogen.
It was that kind of balloon that [the production team on The Aeronauts] built one of, plus
sandbags. What’s amazing is — it’s silent by the way — you’re in this little wicker basket
and just by pouring sand out you begin to float up, and the silence is dumbfounding.
It feels incredibly surreal: You’re essentially in a little fire basket, and then suddenly you’re
in the air. But because you drift up, it doesn’t feel scary, although you’re at the will of the
elements. You can’t guide where the balloon is going — all you can do is go higher by
throwing more sand out. And so that idea of having to surrender to something was pretty
extraordinary. Also, there’s a weird quietness when you descend for the first time. You pull
a rope which lets out some of the balloon’s gas, but you can’t be exactly sure where you’re
going to land. I remember as we were coming down, we cascaded into a set of trees and I
went from being totally at peace to experiencing the most terrifying two and a half seconds
of my life! There was quite a bit of sensory overload during the making of that film."

(London set photos via acciohunks)

Full interview here

The article is very interesting, loved reading the Omega stories as well. Eddie also
talked about his most important career milestone. "The official answer is probably
when I was fortunate enough to win an Oscar for Theory of Everything — that felt like
an incredible thing. But weirdly, (I think he said) I often think, that the first ever was
the play that I did about Mark Rothko. It started here in London and eventually
moved to New York. On Broadway, it began as a very small play (with Alfred Molina)
and kind of grew and grew to become this major thing. Obviously, I love acting, but that
particular play was also about the art world — which is what I’d studied at university
— and that conflation of things which I was passionate about was pretty special."

Thursday, May 16, 2019

Adobe Summit with Eddie Redmayne on 16th May 2019 in London

Eddie Redmayne was a speaker today at the event held in ExCel London.

 "Yes, I was inspired to take part in the Theory of Everything ❤️"



Eddie talked about the experience of making a film. (credit: Stephanie Jeanmougin @SJeanmougin)

“It takes many skill sets colliding to make something amazing”
(via Acacia)

He revealed that five other actors turned down the lead role in Theory of Everything
before him. (via @OliverPickup) - video (from 0:15)



Edith Bowman and Oscar-Winning Actor Eddie Redmayne discussed how digital and
social are transforming the film industry. (source: David Roberts @DavidatJDR)

"It’s an amazing time in film, streaming services like Netflix and Amazon
have helped create a voracious appetite for content which has given a 
voice to stories that would never have been told." (via @dentsuaegisUK)

Eddie is genuinely excited about wonder as a way to look up above everyday life.


"Fear and analysis can be debilitating but are also driving."
(via Elena Bersani @elenabersani  X - X)



via SenaArchive

Eddie about seeing the snapshots 

Eddie mentioned that in order to keep changing people perception of you, you need to keep
challenging your own perception of yourself and keep fighting. (via @sandrucola)
"Being able to choose is often a matter of luck. But you have to actively recognize and act
on the opportunities you have and might only get once in a lifetime." (via @toushenne)
He believes movies are a great amalgamation of art & science as he talks about his charity
“intofilm” - More videos and photos (1) (2)




Tuesday, May 14, 2019

New still from The Aeronauts :)

Scientist James Glaisher (Eddie Redmayne) and pilot Amelia Wren (Felicity Jones) 
are fighting for survival on the new official image released today.

Photo by Robert Viglasky  "It was an amazing experience
to work on this wonderful project with great cast&crew!"

In an interview for PORTER, Felicity Jones talked about the movie and the
stunts with all manner of aerial acrobatics, she and Eddie performed themselves.
“I thought it was going to be a very safe period drama, then it turned into a
Victorian version of The Revenant,...I loved it,..I’d be hanging off the basket
and everyone would be asking if I was okay, and I’d be like, ‘This is a dream
for me. This is what I’ve wanted to do my entire life – a bit of rough and tumble.’” 

The Aeronauts marks the first Amazon Studios film to be released on Imax's large
format screens. "The Aeronauts is a spectacular movie featuring emotionally
engaging performances and edge-of-your-seat action...We're thrilled to join Imax
in showcasing this one-of-a-kind film in such a grand format. We look forward to
giving our customers an unforgettable theatrical experience high above the clouds,"
Jennifer Salke, head of Amazon Studios, said in a statement. (source: THR)
"Tom (Harper) designed this movie for the Imax screen and the result is going
to blow audiences away. This film, inspired by incredible true events, offers
heart-pounding intense sequences that are woven so wonderfully with the beauty,
scale and emotion of these two characters as they go on their epic journey,"
Imax president of Imax Entertainment Megan Colligan said in her own statement.


Sunday, May 12, 2019

Happy International Nurses Day!


Teenage Cancer Trust‏ @TeenageCancer posted on Twitter: “Our wonderful
ambassador Eddie Redmayne is joining in on the #IND2019 celebrations!

 'It was so great to meet some of Teenage Cancer Trust's nurses this week,
as well as the amazing young people they work with - seeing their vital
work first-hand is always so inspiring.' – Eddie”

 This explains his visit to the Macmillan Centre this week.


Out and about in Nothing Hill on 9th May 2019






Eddie Redmayne was spotted talking to someone on the phone using Airpods.
He looks very happy and cute in the photos can be found on social media.



You find more photos here (sources):

According to homesandproperty.co.uk Eddie has been spotted eyeing up houses
in Kensington. It looks like he's craving a return to his childhood borough.
 He has been spotted on several occasions looking at properties in the windows
of Savills in Kensington Church Street, W8, and is a regular at a local gym.
Day 2 Thursday 16 May 9:00 Main Auditorium: 
Keynotes & Sneaks: Transformative Leadership 
"Adobe President Paul Robson will explore what it means to transform not
only in business but also in society and at a personal level. We will hear inspiring
stories of transformation from International Human Rights Attorney Amal Clooney,
who is at the pinnacle in driving positive change, and Academy Award-winning 
actor Eddie Redmayne, who has supercharged his career with diverse role choices.
We will also welcome Jamie Brighton & comedian Jack Whitehall on stage to give 
us an inspiring peek at what’s being developed inside the Adobe Labs." (schedule)

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Hannah Lee met Eddie and gave him a copy of her book for children

Thanks to Hannah Lee - the author of the children’s book ‘My Hair’ -
who met Eddie and posted new photos and a short video on Instagram.



  
 She wrote: “ Fantastic Books and Where To Find Them...👁✨Great 
to meet Eddie (we are now besties and on a first name basis) and give
him a copy of MY HAIR for his children!🥰 The Macmillan Centre is
actually where I read the poem version of MY HAIR when I was 16 
so this was such a lovely full circle moment for me. Thank you to 
Juliet and Alison for the pictures and I hope Iris and Luke enjoy it☺️ 
Also @allen_fatimaharan He loves your illustrations!✨” 




 Very lucky people are getting early copies ahead of publication! 👀 (x)
The book will be published in September by Faber & Faber.

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

New Omega advert video and photos

We were waiting for MET gala photos of Eddie and Hannah, but they weren't there. 
Here are some new beautiful silver lining adverts shot in Shanghai on 26th April.



Eddie Redmayne at a Zen tea garden in Shanghai











(via @shr_burg on Twitter)
The atmosphere of this video reminds me of
the 2016 Prada advert