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admin / December 8th, 2015 / No Comments

Over 1000 HQ photos of Eddie Redmayne for Oscar’s 2015 Coverage have been added to the gallery so, go there to take a look and enjoy!

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2015 Appearances & Events > 87th Annual Academy Awards
2015 Appearances & Events > 87th Annual Academy Awards – Press Room
2015 Appearances & Events > 87th Annual Academy Awards – Show & Backstage
2015 Appearances & Events > 87th Annual Academy Awards – Governors Ball
2015 Appearances & Events > 2015 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Graydon Carter




admin / December 8th, 2015 / No Comments

This Sunday a selected group of 7 Eddie Redmayne fan-bloggers had the opportunity to speak with Eddie in a conference call, and they talked not only about his experiences with shooting The Danish Girl, but also about theatre, possible future projects, his love for art and painting. All the question asked were very thoughtful and Eddie gave the most insightful if a bit rambly at times answers. Make sure you read all to the end as Eddie has a message for all his fans.

A big thank you to Eddie, his agents and @bespokeredmayne who organised this event. Sadly, BespokeRedmayne fell ill on the day of the interview and couldn’t attend. We wish her a very speedy recovery. She surely was in our thoughts throughout the interview.

And another big thank you to the other involved bloggers, you guys were amazing!

Eddie Redmayne: Hi guys!

Fran (redbastchedcumbermayned): Hi Eddie, it’s Fran from Munich.

ER: Hi!

F: You said when you finished shooting The Theory of Everything that the character of Stephen Hawking stayed with you for a very long time. Did you experience something similar after you finished shooting The Danish Girl?

ER: You know I always, I sort of am not a method actor, so I always tend to think that I’m quite good at getting out of character and leaving the work at work rather than taking it home. But I think sometimes character traits or physical elements stay within me a wee bit, and it’s normally Hannah that points these out. So, I’m not sure after The Danish Girl, I found probably something in my hand movements, there’s sort of elements of that, but I always think that all of those characteristics are gone. But occasionally Hannah will find them out.

F: Thank you!

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admin / December 7th, 2015 / No Comments

Today, I added just a few photos of Eddie to the gallery. Will add more tomorrow because I am so busy today. Enjoy!

Gallery Links:
2015 Appearances & Events > ‘The Danish Girl’ Copenhagen Photocall
2015 Appearances & Events > “China: Through The Looking Glass” Costume Institute Benefit Gala
2015 Appearances & Events > Eddie Redmayne visits Broadway




admin / December 7th, 2015 / No Comments

I am happy to let you know that I opened the new Icon Archive. So, if you want an icon or just take a look, go there to enjoy!

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admin / December 6th, 2015 / No Comments

I added the scans of Details Magazine December 2015 issue to the gallery so, you can go there to take a look.

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Details Magazine (December/January 2016)




admin / December 6th, 2015 / No Comments

Even as The Danish Girl earns Oscar buzz, some are unhappy with the film’s depiction of trans pioneer Lili Elbe—from the choice to cast cis actor Eddie Redmayne as Elbe to the emphasis on Gerda’s narrative, instead of Lily’s own perspective.

Tom Hooper’s picturesque drama will no doubt be the subject of even more discussion when it opens wide on Christmas day. Until then, Focus Features has released a scene from the film, when Gerda takes Lily to be introduced to Copenhagen society.




admin / December 3rd, 2015 / No Comments

Eddie Redmayne’s Defining Moment

The Danish Girl 
“There is a scene in the film, in which my character Lili is still living as Einar, and she goes out in Paris to a peep show,” Redmayne says of his role as a transgender woman in 1920s Europe. “There are men watching this woman dance, and Lili watches through a pane of glass, and then starts emulating her. This woman looks through the glass and sees the real Lili, not just her in the male guise. It was an extraordinary scene to shoot because I hadn’t met the woman playing the dancer before, and we didn’t really get to know each other, but we had this spontaneous and improvised moment together. It was unlike any other acting experience I ever had, and it was completely unique. It was just a moment and then it was gone, but I think it was one of the more important moments in the film.”

I added some photos to the gallery so, go there to enjoy!

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2015 Photoshoots & Professional > Photoshoot #021




admin / November 30th, 2015 / No Comments

Long before Amazon Studios’ “Transparent” became a hit, or Bruce Jenner became Caitlyn, Lili Elbe made her transition.

Elbe had previously been Einar Wegener, a popular artist in Copenhagen in the 1920s. One day his wife, Gerda Wegener, also a painter, asked him to don woman’s heels and stockings to fill in for a client who had missed her portrait sitting. It was a case of the clothes making the woman; Einar recognized that his true gender was female, and Lili was born. In 1930 she would be among the first to undergo gender reassignment surgery.

Portraying the tricky role of Einar/Lili in Tom Hooper’s adaptation of David Ebershoff’s 2000 novel “The Danish Girl,” a fictionalized account of the story, Tom Hooper cast Eddie Redmayne, whom he had directed previously in “Les Misérables” (2012).

Redmayne received an Academy Award earlier this year for his demanding lead performance in “The Theory of Everything” as the scientific genius Stephen Hawking, who suffered from motor neuron disease. In “Danish Girl,” which opens here Dec. 11, his character undergoes both a physical transformation and profound psychological introspection.

On the phone from London in October, Redmayne discussed the challenges and satisfactions of playing Lili.

Q. It must be an acting workout to go directly from Stephen Hawking to Lili Elbe.

A. As an actor, your dream is to portray interesting people, and I certainly thought after the last year I had my quota with playing Stephen. And when this film came together — I had actually been attached myself to the film for three or four years — when the financing came together, it really felt like a privilege. Our dream as actors is to get to play interesting people. So one doesn’t think of it in terms of difficulty. It’s a joyous thing to do.

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