Friday, March 22, 2019

New photos - opening to Useful-Beautiful exhibition and sighting in London

Eddie Redmayne chats with curator of ‘Useful/Beautiful-Why Craft Matters’
Hugo Macdonald at the private preview of the exhibition which runs at
Harewood House from 23 March 2019. (source: @scottmerrylees on Twitter)

@lindsey_portero posted on IG: Just one of the highlights of the
new exhibition at work. Sadly he’s not a permanent fixture...
Attractive Ear profile of @scottmerrylees

Art Matters!

"...I stood next to Eddy Redmayne during the speech’s tonight OMG 
😯 absolute superstar and obviously a very lovely as he apologised 
for blocking my mums view. All round wonderful night..."

Other sighting this week in London

Eddie was spotted in Sloane Square, London (March 18, 2019)
via @eddieredmayneclub_rus.sub on IG
He wore his Prada cardigan we saw him in first in 2016

More photos in the Daily Mail article here

Related posts from 2016:

Thursday, March 21, 2019

November 2018 - Eddie and Zoe in Watch What Happens Live

During the After Show, actor Eddie Redmayne talks about attending Stephen Hawking’s
memorial and names the most impactful thing he learned from the late theoretical physicist.
They are also asked about their craziest experience with Potter fans, and Eddie
about the most nervracking part of getting the OBE Award from the Queen.

Eddie Redmayne talks about playing rugby against Prince William in school and
says if he was invited to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.

In this video they are talking about Lily Allen and how was it working with J.K. Rowling

Andy Cohen asks personal questions to Zoë Kravitz & Eddie Redmayne about
their last text message and what they can live without.

Related tumblr posts

Here's an other video for some lucky people who live in the right place.
Unfortunately this is not available in my region.

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Red Nose Day campaign - BTS video of the Greg Williams photoshoot

Eddie Redmayne for the Comic Relief campaign
source: TK Maxx on Twitter
photo by Greg Williams

Behind The Scenes of the Greg Williams photoshoot

It seems like the photoshoot was last year, probably in October, after Eddie
hurt his ankle on the set of The Aeronauts.

Very sore cheeks after this one... BTS of my @rednoseday laughing campaign for
@comicrelief TK Maxx Disney staring lots of lovely people at @gwpstudio

Walking down fake stairs in a deleted scene of The Crimes of Grindelwald

From a deleted scene on the Blu-Ray of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

“I was actually quite excited to do it. I’d waited all my actor life to use my walking
downstairs gag.” - Eddie in a roundtable interviews 16. Nov. 2018 LA (via Leaky)

“There was one scene, in which we had to walk down to the Seine, the river
Seine, and they just decided not to build stairs. And so for all of that money
spent, we basically then - I was just walking around as Newt, and then I had to
sort of do one of those... And basically I’ve been waiting all my life to do that,
like drama school, all of those things, but it transpired, I was really bad at it,
because that moment just before I was about to walk down, I’d be like...So,
Yeah, that was a disaster. I think they cut that bit.” - Ellen Show Nov. 2018

The movie is vailable on Amazon in Blu-ray, DVD, 4K
and Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Combo Pack format.

DVD Bonus feature - Distinctly Dumbledore

Jude Law and Eddie Redmayne filming Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes
of Grindelwald (From the Distinctly Dumbledore bonus feature). 
 Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Blu-ray4K UHD
includes extended cut and more bonus content.

Watch the two minutes taster below (released by Warner Bros UK last November)

4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and 3D Blu-ray special features: 
  •  J.K. Rowling: A World Revealed Wizards on Screen, 
  • Fans in Real Life 
  • Distinctly Dumbledore 
  • Unlocking Scene Secrets: The Return to Hogwarts 
  • Unlocking Scene Secrets: Newt’s Menagerie 
  • Unlocking Scene Secrets: Credence, Nagini and the Circus Arcanus 
  • Unlocking Scene Secrets: Paris and Place Cachée 
  • Unlocking Scene Secrets: Ministere des Affaires Magiques 
  • Unlocking Scene Secrets: Grindelwald's Escape and the Ring of Fire 
  • Deleted Scenes

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Special screening and Q&A of Les Mis on December 15, 2012 in Beverly Hills

I was already a big fan of Eddie when this happened, but didn't started my blog yet. At the time 
of the Les Mis promo tour and Awards season I spent a lot of time watching videos, browsing 
the blogs and fan sites for photos and news, and became more and more enchanted by him.

at Writers Guild Theater on December 15, 2012 
in Beverly Hills, California (source: hope72)

Pensive photo from the event - black and white edit

“You’re a fucking liar, Redmayne.” gifset via iloveeddieredmayne

Fanmade video of the Q&A with Les Mis director Tom Hooper and cast members
Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried and Eddie Redmayne

Note: I'm working on masterposts, where I collect every related posts about Eddie's 
projects, to make the navigation easier. Les Miserables will be the first. 

Sunday, March 10, 2019

Happy First Birthday Luke! 🎂

Happy First Birthday to Luke Richard Bagshawe Redmayne! 
A year has passed quickly. Best wishes! 🎂😊🎊😘❤️🍀

And all the best for his parents Eddie Redmayne and Hannah Bagshawe too!

"...people keep saying, 'What spell would you dream of doing?'
I'm like literally just a two-hour sort of sleep spell,
people suggest gin but I haven't gotten there yet!" (Ellen)

 Cbeebies Bedtime Stories - my related posts

Review-Journal: What is a typical Sunday like when you’re home?
 Eddie Redmayne: "I’m married and have a 2-year-old daughter named
Iris and a 7-month-old son named Luke. Sundays are crazy wonderful
at home with the kids. People ask me what I would do if I really had a
magic wand. Right now, I’d cast a spell that would make Luke sleep or
make for easy nappy (diaper) changes. I love spending Sundays in our
home catching up on family time and doing those nappy changes."
 You’re an Oscar winner. Doesn’t that get you out of nappy duty?
 "No, never! I don’t want out of it either. What’s the best part of fatherhood?
It’s not what I teach them. It’s what they teach me. Already, my kids have
taught me to be patient. I’m the least patient person. Other than that,
children just open your heart so wide. It’s beautiful."

Into Film Awards highlights and full ceremony video

This year’s Into Film Awards was held on 4th March
at Odeon Lux, Leicester Square London.

"The Amazing thing for me, Into Film provides so much advice on how to
really get into film making, so it's an amazing resource." - Eddie Redmayne

Eddie presented the award for the Best Film 11 and under.

Read more - My earlier post

my gifs from the highlights video below

Thursday, March 7, 2019

Newt's Menagerie in the new BTS Featurette - MTV Movies

"The ground floor is very much a shell home. It’s not really where his world is."
- Eddie Redmayne
"It’s such a great metaphor for Newt, on the surface so unassuming and deep
down so fascinating and strange and deep." - J.K. Rowling

"The stairs remind me slightly of the moving staircases in Harry Potter so it’s a
slight nod to that." - Supervising Art Director Martin Foley

David Yates director with Dan Fogler and Eddie Redmayne on the set of 
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Taming a Zouwu is hard work.

Filming of Eddie's first scene - Newt talks to Leta in the Ministry of Magic.

my gifset from the video below

The 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and 3D Blu-ray include an extended cut of the film
with more than seven minutes of deleted scenes added, available as a bonus disc.
Also featured is an audio introduction by director David Yates and over an hour
of fantastic special features. A two-film box set featuring both “Fantastic Beasts
and Where to Find Them” and Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
will be released on 4K, Blu-ray and DVD, with the 4K and Blu-ray editions
including the extended cut of “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald”.

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

New video - Tribute to Michael Grandage

Michael Grandage who directed Eddie in ‘Red’ and ‘Richard II’ at the 
Donmar Warehouse, was awarded the Equity Award for Services to Theatre 
Sunday night (March 4, 2019) at the 19th Annual WhatsOnStage Award.

Eddie Redmayne in Shakespeare's Richard II. directed by Michael Grandage
Donmar Warehouse

Eddie's most successfus theatre project is John Logan's play 'Red' directed by
Michael Grandage at the Donmar and the Golden Theatre on Broadway in NYC

In the new tribute video Jude Law, Judi Dench, Isley Lynn, Lynette Linton, 
Eddie Redmayne, Rufus Norris and Felicity Jones spoke about his work and 
the impact it has had on the industry and emerging generations of artists.

“I’d always been obsessed with the Donmar Warehouse...The place that he had 
made it, is so filled with - it was a jewel - magic and excitement. You could brush 
shoulders with actors you admired, and you felt an intimacy and a closeness, but 
at the same point the theater seemed to punch so above its weight. He thinks 
about an evening and an event, and what someone, who is paying for the babysitter 
and playing - you know - to come out to the theater and go over dinner, and what 
that whole evening means, and he gives it a sense of - there’s always a touch and 
it’s always laced with - glamour, his evenings.” - Eddie Redmayne

WhatsOnStage article