We have added many great high quality additions of the 2015-2016 Award Season for “Spotlight” and of the promotion tour for “Doctor Strange” in our gallery. Rachel attended many award season events last year, including the Golden Globes and Academy Awards. Thanks to my friend Bubbles from Glen Powell Central and Lin Manuel Miranda Fan for the help.
The Academy has invited 683 new members and Rachel is among them. Rachel received her first Oscar nomination from the Academy earlier this year for her work in “Spotlight“. Editor Tom McArdle, producer Michael Sugar, Sound department members Paul Hsu and George Lara and screenwriter Josh Singer were also invited. The movie won Best Picture earlier this year. For a a full list and all the stats be sure to head over to the official website. Congratulations to Rachel and the “Spotlight” crew! Fun fact: Rachel hosted the Academy’s annual Scientific and Technical Awards back in 2006, which is held two weeks before the Oscars. Additionally, Rachel made her Oscars debut in 2010 and presented the alongside “Southpaw” co-star Jake Gyllenhaal. She also presented this year alongside Michael B. Jordan.
Rachel attended the 102nd White House Correspondents Dinner (WHCD) yesterday evening alongside her sister (and make-up artist) Kayleen McAdams and Sacha Pfeiffer. After the dinner she attended the Bloomberg/Vanity Fair after party. We have added the images in our gallery. Rachel made her red carpet debut during the WHCD and was invited by the Boston Globe and Sacha Pfeiffer (who she portrayed in Best-Picture winner “Spotlight“).
In a first, Vanity Fair photographer captured the action —literally— in video portraits and Rachel is also featured. You can find Rachel’s video portrait after the jump.
Rachel attended the 102nd White House Correspondents Dinner (WHCD) earlier this evening in Washington, DC alongside (Boston Globe) reporters Sacha Pfeiffer, Mike Rezendes, Walter Robinson and Matt Carroll. “Spotlight” director Tom McCarthy and screenwriter Josh Singer also attended the dinner. Rachel walked the red carpet alongside Sacha and looked stunning in a black Armani dress. The annual WHCD (a.k.a. #NerdProm) is hosted by the White House Correspondents’ Association. We have added the first high quality images in our gallery, but be sure to come back later for our additional coverage!
Rachel is currently attending the 102nd White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner, alongside Sacha Pfeiffer and her sister Kayleen McAdams. We have the first (social media) look for you and be sure to come back later for our full coverage. Various networks are currently airing their WHCD coverage live, including CBS News. Be sure to tune in, you might get a glimpse of Rachel.
We have added February-June 2016 magazine scans in our gallery. They are all mainly focused on award season 2015-2016. Rachel made it onto many of the top dressed lists.
Friendly reminder that the ‘A Celebration of Journalism’ event is today. The “Spotlight” cast is expected to attend. The White House Correspondents Dinner is tomorrow and Rachel is confirmed to attend alongside co-star Mark Ruffalo, director Tom McCarthy, screenwriter Josh Singer and Boston Globe reports Mike Rezendes, Sacha Pfeiffer, Walter Robinson and Matt Carroll.
Variety, SAG Foundation and The Washington Post will host ‘A Celebration of Journalism’ event next week, to celebrate journalists. The cast of “Spotlight” is expected to attend, but it’s not yet announced which cast members will attend. Variety is reporting the following story:
Variety, in partnership with the SAG-AFTRA, the SAG-AFTRA Foundation and The Washington Post, will honor journalists next week at a party on the eve of the annual White House Correspondents Association Dinner.
“A Celebration of Journalism” will welcome journalists, lobbyists, politicians and celebrities at The Post headquarters in Washington, D.C. on Friday, April 29. Guests expected to attend include the casts of best picture Oscar winner “Spotlight,” Peabody Award-winning drama series “Scandal” and the ABC sitcom “Black-ish.”
“We are proud to partner with SAG-AFTRA, the SAG-AFTRA Foundation and The Washington Post to celebrate these talented journalists who are the backbone of our democracy,” said Variety co-editor-in-chief Claudia Eller.
The White House Correspondents’ Association represents hundreds of journalists who cover the White House, including print, television, radio and online reporters and photographers. The WHCA’s mission is to ensure a strong free press.
We have added another portrait session Rachel did to promote “Spotlight” in Japan earlier this week. This session took place the same day as the press conference. Rachel is wearing a Dolce & Gabbana dress with floral print.
Rachel attended the “Spotlight” premiere in Tokyo, alongside author Marie Kondo (‘The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing’), earlier today and we have added the first images in our gallery. We also added the portrait session outtakes Rachel did to promote the movie in our gallery. The movie is currently playing in theaters in Japan and is available on DVD/Blu-Ray/Demand in the U.S. right now.
Rachel arrived in Japan earlier this week to promote “Spotlight“. She attended a press conference for the movie yesterday in Tokyo. It’s the first time Rachel is visiting Japan to promote a movie. We have added the first high quality images in our gallery. She is expected to attend the premiere on Saturday (not Friday, as previously reported). The movie will be released tomorrow, on April 15 in Japan.
Open Road has announced that “Spotlight” will expand again to 1,000 theaters starting today in the United States. The movie earned Rachel her first Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress and won the Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay award. The Wrap is reporting the following story:
Best Picture Oscar winner “Spotlight” will expand to about 1,000 theaters this weekend, Open Road Films said Monday.
Its’s a victory lap for “Spotlight,” the R-rated drama detailing the Boston Globe’s uncovering of the Catholic Church’s sex abuse scandal. It also won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay, which was written by director Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer.
“Spotlight” opened in limited release on Nov. 6 and has gone on to take in $39.1 million domestically, about 30 percent of which has come after its Jan. 14 Best Picture nomination. It has also grossed $22.6 million overseas for a worldwide total of $61.8 million, against a budget of $20 million.
“Spotlight” rolled out on DVD last week, has been available for download since Feb. 12, and is currently No. 1 on iTunes. Over the weekend it was in 684 theaters, up 285 from the previous week, and grossed roughly $785,000.
The ensemble cast also includes Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams, Liev Schreiber, Stanley Tucci and John Slattery.