I’ve finally added the rest of the appearances that Rachel has attended to the gallery. More HQ’s from some events will be added later.
Category: Gallery Updates
Sorry updates have been kind of slow. There hasn’t been much going on with Rachel lately. For now i’ve updated the gallery with scans from Allure November 2005. I didn’t realize our gallery didn’t have them.
Rachel McAdams comes home to wrap her new movie The Time Traveler’s Wife and steps out with old pal and star of ‘the guard’, Zoie Palmer for the launch of Toronto’s Artscape Wychwood Barns.
You can go here to see a short video from ET Canada of who were at the event.
I’ve updated the Married Life gallery category with new promotional pictures, posters, HQ stills, filming pictures and trailer screencaps.
Rachel McAdams has joined the cast of Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes revamp, says The Hollywood Reporter.
The Notebook actress will play Irene Adler, Holmes’s enigmatic love interest. The character appeared in one Sir Arthur Conan Doyle novel, 1891’s A Scandal In Bohemia, but the film incarnation is envisioned as a recurring character in a franchise.
Also among the cast are Robert Downey Jr. as the Baker Street sleuth, Mark Strong as the villainous Blackwood and Jude Law as Holmes’s confidante Watson.
Sherlock Holmes is scheduled for release in 2010.
Edit: 70 pictures from the Sherlock Holmes Pre-Production Press Conference have been added to the gallery.
The 31-year-old Canuck cutie Rachel McAdams and costar Eric Bana filmed a make-out sessions while re-shooting scenes for their upcoming movie, The Time Traveler’s Wife. The pair shot their scene on a park bench by King and Jarvis in Toronto, Canada on Saturday (September 13). I’ve added photos from it to the gallery! The Time Traveler’s Wife is set to open Christmas 2008.
Hey everyone! I just added lots of HQ caps of Rachel in “Married Life” to the gallery. Even with that platinum blonde hair she’s still a beauty!:
Rachel attended “The Lucky Ones” film premiere held at Roy Thomson Hall during the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival on September 10, 2008 in Toronto, Canada. She looked stunning!
Rachel finally attended a new event! She was at the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival – “Che (Part 1)” – Premiere. I added photos from it to the gallery! I love her hair and her shoes! I’ll try and get HQ photos from it soon!
Rachel is in the New York Times’ latest issue of T Magazine!
Rachel McAdams takes front and center in New York Times’ latest issue of T Magazine. The 31-year-old Canuck cutie has been out promoting her latest film, The Lucky Ones. The story revolves around three soldiers — Collee (McAdams), T.K. (Michael Pena) and Cheever (Tim Robbins) — who return from the Iraq War after suffering injuries and learn that life has moved on without them. Here are a few excepts from Rachel’s interview:
[Even though you wanted to become an actress,] you still stayed in Canada instead of jetting off to L.A. or New York. [Why?] I had a small-town life — I worked at the local McDonald’s for three years. I’m not sure why they kept me: I am something of a daydreamer and a dawdler, so they would only let me be the ‘‘friendly voice’’ that greeted you when you entered the restaurant. I was slow — I would be organizing the sweet-and-sour packets in the customer’s takeout bag while the line snaked out the door. Even at a fast-food restaurant, I wanted everything just so.
Do you like to audition? I love auditioning. Since ‘‘The Notebook’’ and ‘‘Wedding Crashers,’’ I don’t have to audition anymore, and I miss it. You get to show your interpretation of the character. I get nervous when I don’t audition. What if they hate what I want to do? I also like screen tests, where they put you in a room with your male co-star. They want to see if the two of you have chemistry together. There’s something wonderfully old-fashioned about a chemistry test. During a movie, chemistry is so important, and yet they just assume actors can fake their way through it. That doesn’t always work.
In ‘‘The Notebook,’’ you and Ryan Gosling had amazing chemistry. Are love scenes difficult? They’re strange. A kiss with anyone, on or off camera, can be intimidating. I’ve been kissing for nearly two decades now, and I’m always convinced I’m not doing it right. Chemistry is so important in a great kiss. You can act your way through anything, but it’s hard with a kiss. It’s much better if there’s an attraction.
Still organizing the appearances category in the gallery. I’ve added most of the events from 2005 back.