The gallery was updated with HQ scans and outtakes from The Edit issue from August which featured Rachel on their cover. Take a look!
Our longlist for the London Evening Standard British Film Awards, revealed today, captures the unique sensibility of the capital, celebrating its diversity and creativity.
Films are eligible for consideration if they had a public screening in London between February 7 and October 21. This year’s advisory judging panel comprises Evening Standard film reviewers David Sexton and Charlotte O’Sullivan; Evening Standard film and TV writer Ellen E Jones; Kate Muir, chief film critic for The Times; Peter Bradshaw, Guardian film critic, and Tim Robey of the Daily Telegraph. The panel is chaired by Evening Standard editor Sarah Sands.
The shortlist will be announced in the paper next Thursday. The three final contenders for the Everyman Award for Best Film will be screened to the public in Everyman cinemas in the last two weeks before all winners are revealed at the ceremony at Claridge’s on December 8.
The winner of the Editor’s Award in partnership with Claridge’s — a special honour for a cinematic event or person to have grabbed the headlines in the past year — will also be announced on the night.
This year also sees a new audience award for Most Powerful Scene, created by Finch & Partners, where readers can vote online for their favourite film moment from 2016. The 10 scenes to choose from will be published in the Evening Standard tomorrow with details of how to vote.
Previous winners of our film awards include Daniel Day-Lewis, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Idris Elba, John Hurt, Glenda Jackson, Mike Leigh, Gary Oldman, Kristin Scott Thomas, Tom Stoppard and Kate Winslet.
Best Supporting Actress
- Naomi Ackie, Lady Macbeth
- Lyndsey Marshal, Trespass Against Us
- Sarah Solemani, Bridget Jones’s Baby
- Hayley Squires, I, Daniel Blake
- Rachel Weisz, The Light Between Oceans
The gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures and video clips and trailers from, possibly my most favorite movies of Rachel The Mummy & The Mummy Returns. Have a look!
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The gallery was updated with over 500 HD screencaptures from the movie The Constant Gardener, a beautiful tragic drama movie in which Rachel played Tessa Quayle.
Assigned to a new post, reserved British diplomat Justin Quayle (Ralph Fiennes) relocates to Kenya with his lovely young wife, Tessa (Rachel Weisz), an activist for social justice. When Tessa is found murdered out in the wilderness, circumstances point to her friend, Dr. Arnold Bluhm (Hubert Koundé), but it is soon clear that he’s not the killer. Grief-stricken and angry, Justin sets out to uncover the truth behind Tessa’s murder — and in the process, he unearths some disturbing revelations.
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The first major New York revival of David Hare’s Plenty has extended once again off-Broadway. Directed by David Leveaux and headlined by Rachel Weisz and Corey Stoll, the show began previews on October 4 and will run through December 1, instead of November 20. Opening night has also been pushed back and is now scheduled for October 23 (from October 20) at the Public Theater.
The company also includes Pun Bandhu, Ken Barnett, Emily Bergl, Dani De Waal, Mike Iveson, Byron Jennings, LeRoy McClain, Tim Nicolai, Paul Niebanck, Ann Sanders, Benjamin Thys and Liesel Allen Yeager.
One of the most celebrated plays in the Public’s history, the groundbreaking play is the story of Susan Traherne (Weisz), a fiercely intelligent British secret agent flown into France during the Second World War. Susan’s experiences among her war-time colleagues and over the two decades that follow are distilled in powerful scenes in this endlessly layered work about a woman of remarkable bravery, who cannot find in peacetime the values and relationships she cherished in war.
When Rachel Weisz took on her latest role in Denial, she knew it would be a moving project — but never imagined just how personal it would become.
In the film, Weisz plays professor Deborah Lipstadt, the woman who won a historic 2000 court case defeating prominent Holocaust denier David Irving.
“I had heard about the trial, but I didn’t know about it in any great detail,” the actress tells PEOPLE in this week’s issue. “About a month before we began filming, Deborah and I sat in my kitchen for a couple of days and talked. The deniers called it the Holohoax.”
The topic of Holocaust deniers immediately hit home for Weisz, who is the daughter of two Jewish refugees.
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The gallery was updated with over 1,000 HD screencaptures from Dream House, the movie in which Rachel played Libby Atenton, alongside her husband Daniel Craig (who plays her husband in the movie too).
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It’s been almost a year since Carol premiered and cosmically altered all of our lives, and now studios are looking for their next big lesbian drama feature. Like Carol, Disobedience is based on a book about two women in love whom society thinks shouldn’t be, and, also like Carol, Disobedience will star two incredibly talented actresses: Rachel Weisz has been a part of the project since about a week ago, and now Rachel McAdams is in talks to be her co-star.
According to Variety, Naomi Alderman’s novel “follows young woman (Weisz) who returns to her Orthodox Jewish home after learning about the death of her estranged father. She causes an upheaval in the quiet community when she rekindles a repressed love with her best friend – a woman now married to her cousin.” McAdams has been cast as the best friend.
Weisz is producing the film, which will be directed by Sebastian Lelio, one of the first directors to flourish in post-dictatorship Chile. Disobedience will be his first English-language film. Alderman’s book studies the clash between modern life and orthodoxy as the two women battle with themselves over how they want to live their lives.
The film doesn’t have a release date, but it’s looking like production will start as soon as early 2017. You can see Rachel McAdams in theaters soon as Doctor Strange premieres November 4.