The official trailer for the Steven Hawking biopic “The Theory of Everything” is officially here!
It focuses on the early years of Hawking, before he was struck down by amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and before gaining universal renown as the premiere scientist of modern times and stars Eddie alongside the beautiful Felicity Jones. The world premiere will take place at the Toronto International Film Festival and will hit cinemas on November 7th. You can watch the trailer below!
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Annual Costume Institute Gala took place yesterday and Eddie was in attendance looking as ever so dapper. Check out the pictures in the gallery!
Variety reports that Eddie is set to star in a new project called “The Danish Girl” directed by Tom Hooper who has already worked with Eddie in “Les Miserables“.
British actor Eddie Redmayne will star in Working Title’s romance drama “The Danish Girl,” a film inspired by one of the first men to undergo a sex-change operation.
The film will be based on David Ebershoff’s novel of the same name, a fictionalized account of the life of Danish painters Einar Wegener and his wife Gerda. In 1930, Wegener underwent the surgery and became Lili Elbe.
Warner Bros. has published on their Youtube account a second trailer for “Jupiter Ascending“. Who else is excited to see Eddie as a villain? Make sure to like their Facebook Page and visit the Official Website. Check out the trailer below!
Today marks Eddie’s 32nd Birthday! He was born in London on January 6th, 1982.
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The first look at Jupiter Ascending (with a brief clip featuring Eddie!) has now appeared online:
Eddie is currently filming ‘The Theory of Everything‘, the story of celebrated physicist Stephen Hawking. I have added some pictures of him on set as Stephen. Check them out!
The feature is produced by Working Title’s Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner alongside Lisa Bruce and Anthony McCarten. The original screenplay has been written by Anthony McCarten and is inspired by Jane Hawking’s memoir, “Travelling to Infinity: My life with Stephen.
The cast also includes David Thewlis, Emily Watson, Charlie Cox, Simon McBurney, Maxine Peake, Harry Lloyd and Felicity Jones as Jane. The director is James Marsh, who received Academy and BAFTA awards for his documentary, Man on Wire, and further awards for Project Nim.
Filming will take place in Cambridge and at other locations in the UK.
Looking as dapper as usual in Gucci, Eddie attended the GQ Men of the Year Awards which took place in London last night. It turned out to be a great night for Eddie as he took home the Remy Martin Breakthrough prize. Check out the pictures in our gallery!
Rising star Eddie Redmayne caught everyone’s eye with his performance in last year’s Les Miserables and now on the verge of landing the biggest movie role of his career thus far. The project is Theory of Everything and Redmayne would be playing physicist Stephen Hawking. Oscar winning documentary filmmaker James Marsh (Man on Wire) is set to helm the picture.
Theory of Everything, penned by Anthony McCarten, will explore the relationship between Hawking and his wife. It surely will be a very challenging role for Redmayne. Anyone familiar with Stephen Hawking is aware of the fact that he’s been battling a motor neuron disease that’s related to ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) for the majority of his life. He was first diagnosed at age 21 and doctors expected he had about two more years to live. Understandably, news of the diagnosis left Hawking depressed and he saw little reason to continue with his studies. Those feelings started to change when Hawking began a relationship and got engaged to his soon-to-be wife, Jane Wilde, who , as Hawking put it himself, gave him “something to live for”. It will be interesting to see how the relationship is explored in the film and what Redmayne can bring to the role.
No word yet on who will play Hawking’s wife, but filming is expected to start in the early fall.