“Doctor Strange” is the main coverstory of the current issue of Entertainment Weekly (October 21 issue). We have added the magazine scans in our gallery. Rachel and producer Feige talked about wether Rachel’s character might dopt her own alter ego: Night Nurse in the movie. You can find the article after the jump. Further, Rachel revealed she prepared for her role by spending time in a hospital in London. Be sure to pick up your own copy of EW.
Rachel on preparing for her role: “Now, in a pinch, I could stich somebody up on the sidewalk with a lighther and a needle and some thread. So that’s exciting!”
Rachel on if she is playing the Night Nurse: “Mum’s the word on that one”
The promotion for the movie is expected to start the coming week. Marvel and Disney have promoted their #DoctorStrangeEvent on social media, and Rachel will reportedly talk to the press on October 19th. The world premiere of the movie will be held on October 20th and Rachel is expected to attend.
Rachel and her sister/make-up artist Kayleen are featured in the current issue of Elle Magazine (USA). Earlier this year Rachel and Kayleen attended the 8th Annual Dior Operation Smile Luncheon in Los Angeles. We previously added photo coverage of the event to our gallery, be sure to check out our previous post in case you missed it before. The Elle feature includes a beautiful new project of Rachel and Kayleen, and an interview they did with the magazine. We have added the magazine scan in our gallery and transcript of the interview in our press archive.
Rachel On Kayleen: “My beauty inspiration day-to-day is my sister [makeup artist Kayleen]. She’s comfortable in her skin and doesn’t feel the need to wear makeup every day, which in- spires me to do the same. She’s weaned me off my addiction to over-blushing, but she’s always up for trying out-there ideas.”
With a little over a month until the US release of “Doctor Strange“, the promotion has kicked off. We will round-up the latest news in this post. First of all, Marvel & IMAX have announced you are able to see a 15 minutes 3D IMAX preview in theaters. These previews will screen in theaters in the US and Canada and you are able to get your free tickers on SeeItFirst.com. Secondly, we have added the digital Empire magazine (UK) scans in our gallery. The magazine is on newsstands right now, so be sure to pick up your copy! Empire exclusively released a new still of Rachel and Benedict, which we previously added to our site. Thirdly, Marvel has lifted their embargo of the on-set visit from earlier this year in London. Sadly, Rachel wasn’t on set that day – according to producer Feige, she was already 99% done with filming – but the articles thus far give great insight into the movie and filmmaking proces. You can find an overview of the articles released after the jump.
Another production still of “Doctor Strange” was released earlier today as well as the first character posters, which includes a great one of Rachel as Christine Palmer. We have added them in our gallery. The movie will be out on October 25 in the UK and on November 4 in the US. The world red carpet premiere will be held on October 20 in Los Angeles.
Marvel also released a great motion character poster, which you can find after the jump.
Empire Magazine released the first official production still of Rachel in “Doctor Strange“. Rachel plays Doctor Christine Palmer, alongside Benedict Cumberbatch who stars as Dr. Strange. The magazine will hit newsstands on 29 October in the UK.
There’s a doctor in the new Empire this month. Not your standard physician, mind you – unless your local GP can span dimensions, defy physics and do actual magic, which seems unlikely on the NHS. Empire’s new cover star is, of course, Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange. As a taster for the world-leading coverage in Thursday’s new issue, we can share a fresh look at the Sorcerer Supreme in action with co-star Rachel McAdams.
Strange, of course, is the damaged neurosurgeon who must rebuild his life and learn to tap into higher powers. His spiritual guide, The Ancient One (Tilda Swinton), will be intrumental in that, as the former physician washes up in Tibet’s Lost Horizon-like enclave of Kamar-Taj. But as Marvel head honcho Kevin Feige explains, McAdam’s surgeon Christine Palmer will offer “an anchor to [Strange’s] past life”.
Doctor Strange lands in UK cinemas on 28 October.
Marvel released the first online featurette earlier today for “Doctor Strange“. It includes on-set interviews with Rachel, Benedict Cumberbatch, Mads Mikkelsen, Tilda Swinton and Chiwetel Ejiofor. We have added the featurette in our media archive and the high definition screencaptures in our gallery. Rachel stars in the movie as doctor Christine Palmer, a “a fellow surgeon that has a history with [Doctor] Strange”. The movie will be released on November 4 in the US and October 25 in the UK and Ireland.