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The first clip from “The Theory of Everything” has been released! Can’t wait for all the promotional sneak peeks we are going to get in the run up to the release next month so keep checking back. For now, you can watch the clip below!
Eddie is on the cover of the newest issue of Intelligent Life magazine with a very interesting feature inside in which journalist Clemency Burton-Hill follows him through the process of becoming Stephen Hawking as he prepared for his role in The Theory of Everything. Make sure to grab a copy at your nearest newstands but for now, you can read the article online here.
“My grandma was a great worrier and I think I inherited that from her. I worry that it takes me longer than most actors to really… embed things.” As he often does when discussing his work, Redmayne slips into the second person. “So the thing that gets you out of bed at the crack of dawn is the knowledge that you’re going to be judged for it, in front of an audience. It is a great driving factor, the stakes being high.”
We are all really excited about the release of The Theory of Everything next month and to tide you over until the release of the film, I have added some very beautiful new stills and the scans from the newest issue of Vanity Fair, check them out!
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.
As promised, I’ve uploaded a bunch of “new” photos of Eddie Redmayne from recent public appearances to the gallery. There’s a bit of the Santa Barbara Film Festival, the Les Misérables Paris and Berlin premieres, and even the BAFTAs (before Eddie was taken ill). Each thumbnail above will bring you to a separate gallery, although you can also see the individual events below:
The always-entertaining Golden Globe Awards took place on January 13th this year, and Eddie was in attendance to support Les Misérables along with his co-stars — including Hugh Jackman and Anne Hathaway (who both took home acting awards). The film also received Best Motion Picture: Musical or Comedy – the most awards of any film that evening – giving the cast and director Tom Hooper a serious case of smiles at the NBCUniversal after-party.
Yesterday, January 11th, Eddie attended the 13th Annual AFI Awards. Les Misérables stars Hugh Jackman and Anne Hathaway were also in attendance. The trio were there to support the film, which had been deemed one of the organization’s top ten films of the year.
On January 10th, Eddie attended the 18th Annual Critic’s Choice Awards. He had the great opportunity to present co-star Anne Hathaway with Best Supporting Actress Award for her work in Les Misérables (check out a video below). Hugh Jackman and Amanda Seyfried were also in attendance to support the film; however, unfortunately, it only scored the one win for Anne.
On January 8th, Eddie attended the 2013 National Board of Review (NBR) Awards. There, Les Misérables was awarded a couple of honors, including Top Film and Best Ensemble. (Congratulations to the cast!) Eddie was seen pictured alongside Bradley Cooper, who won Best Actor for his work in Silver Linings Playbook at the event.