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admin / April 26th, 2018 / No Comments

Eddie Redmayne attends CinemaCon 2018 Warner Bros. Pictures Invites You to The Big Picture, an Exclusive Presentation of our Upcoming Slate on April 24, 2018 in Las Vegas. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos and enjoy!




admin / April 4th, 2018 / No Comments

The renowned physicist’s service was held at Great St. Mary’s Church in Cambridge on Saturday.

On Saturday morning, many stars gathered for the funeral of the late Stephen Hawking, who died two weeks ago at 76. The service was held at Great St. Mary’s Church, just steps away from Cambridge University’s Gonville & Caius College, where Hawking spent more than half a century as a research fellow. Friends and family were all in attendance, including actor Eddie Redmayne, who won an Oscar for playing Hawking in 2014’s The Theory of Everything.

Redmayne gave the assembled guests a reading from Ecclesiastes 3.1-11. He was among the first celebrities to publicly share their condolences for Hawking’s death, telling People, “We have lost a truly beautiful mind, an astonishing scientist and the funniest man I have ever had the pleasure to meet. My love and thoughts are with his extraordinary family.” [Source]




admin / March 15th, 2018 / No Comments




admin / March 15th, 2018 / No Comments

Eddie Redmayne has paid tribute to Professor Stephen Hawking after news the scientist died.

He said: “We have lost a truly beautiful mind, an astonishing scientist and the funniest man I have ever had the pleasure to meet.

“My love and thoughts are with his extraordinary family.”

Mr Redmayne portrayed the scientist in the film and won the Oscar for Best Actor for his touching performance.

He met the brilliant professor while researching the role, and at the time described it as “one of the great moments of [his] life.”

The actor explained:”When Stephen saw the film, I was rehearsing so I couldn’t see him beforehand but I saw him just after he went in and I said ‘hey Stephen I’m very nervous, but please do let me know what you think’.”

“He took a while to respond and said in his iconic voice ‘I will let you know what I think, good or otherwise’.”

Mr Redmayne said the scientist was “so nice” after viewing the film.

Stephen Hawking died in the early hours of Wednesday morning at the age of 76.

He died peacefully at his home in Cambridge, his family said.

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admin / February 22nd, 2018 / No Comments

With Aardman Animation’s Early Man now playing in North American theaters, a few days ago I got on the phone with Eddie Redmayne to talk about voicing a character in the stop-motion film directed by Nick Park. During the exclusive interview he talked about how he got involved in the project, what people would be surprised to learn about the recording process, how things changed during production, his earliest memories of Aardman Animation, and so much more. In addition, he talked about his early work in Robert De Niro’s The Good Shepherd and how that project changed in the editing room, how making Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald compared to Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, when he starts shooting Tom Harper’s The Aeronauts with Felicity Jones and if they’re trying to be the British Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, why he recently took some time off from acting, and so much more.

If you’re not familiar with Early Man, the film takes place during the crossroads between the Stone Age and the Bronze Age and follows a young caveman named Dug (Eddie Redmayne) who gets whisked away to a Bronze Age city ruled by Lord Nooth (Tom Hiddleston). Dug then takes part in a soccer tournament where the future of his cavepeople is on the line. Maisie Williams plays a local soccer player recruited to help Dug’s team. For more on Early Man, read Matt Goldberg’s review.

Check out what Eddie Redmayne had to say below.

Collider: You doing a lot of press today?

EDDIE REDMAYNE: It’s one of those days, but it’s all good.

You really can’t go wrong promoting an Aardman movie.

REDMAYNE: No, you know what- it’s one of those dreams to be a part of.

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admin / February 14th, 2018 / No Comments

Eddie Redmayne appeared on ‘Good Morning America’ yesterday, February 13. I have added some photos to the gallery so, you can go there to take a look and enjoy! Please, credit this site if you take the pics.




admin / January 30th, 2018 / No Comments

I have added some new movie stills of Eddie Redmayne from ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’. I can’t wait for this movie!




admin / January 30th, 2018 / No Comments

The star reveals what it was like to work on Early Man and why he’d be rubbish as an actual caveman

You were born in the early 80s, so you remember a time …

Before the internet?

Yes, when Plasticine…

…Was a massive deal! And that Blue Peter here’s-one-I-made-earlier, saving your loo rolls. There was something so imaginative about that. Now, if you’re on the Tube or waiting in a restaurant, you’re straight onto your phone. I am that person. Whereas there used to be a time when you’d daydream and that’s when you have interesting thoughts.

What was it like recording Dug’s voice?

Quite often if there were three people in the scene, it would be Nick Park and one of the model makers filling in the other parts. As a director, Nick absolutely knows what he wants. I always wish on film sets that I could do 8,000 takes, but your job is to find the performance and allow it out of your mouth. It was amazing because I’m a deeply unfunny human being.

How would you cope if you were dropped into the Stone Age?

I would love to not to have to deal with the… ah… um… issues of the internet? The addictions that come with phones? Having grown up in the 80s, I yearn quite a lot. My wife [PR executive Hannah Bagshawe] and I often talk about it: we are dinosaurs! Realistically, would I survive? No. I’m skinny, I’m neither quick nor massively athletic, I’d probably get eaten! Maybe a fatter person would get taken first. I’m really crap at outdoors stuff, lighting a fire. No, I’d be a goner. I quite enjoy painting, and someone has to do the cave paintings.

In a more primitive world, would you be able to kill something for food?

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