Rachel made an appearance on Good Morning America earlier this week to promote “Doctor Strange” alongside her lovely co-star Tilda Swinton. We have added the interview in our video archive and screencaptures in our gallery. The interview was prerecorded when the cast was in Los Angeles earlier this month.
Rachel stopped by CP24 Breakfast morning show yesterday in Toronto to promote “Doctor Strange“. She looked lovely in a white and black dress. We have added the interview in our video archive and the official stills and screencaptures can be found in our gallery. Rachel talked about the movie, Toronto and more. The movie will be released next week, on November 4th in Canada.
Rachel has been busy with promoting “Spotlight” during award season and we are unable to catch up on recent magazine scans, until now. We have added the (digital) magazine scans of (international) magazines in our gallery, including great interviews with Hello! Canada – her first exclusive post-Oscar nomination interview – and Hello! Magazine UK. The transcripts of the interview have been added in our press archive.
On selecting projects: “Oh, it sort of seems to change with every project, but I just always look for something that’s going to challenge me, some uncharted territory. A director who’s passionate, good storytelling — those are usually at the top of the list and then I go from there.”
On Doctor Strange: “I’m afraid someone from Marvel will jump out of a hidden closet to stop me talking! I’m playing a doctor and I don’t actually know how much I can say, to be honest. But most of my stuff is with Benedict [Cumberbatch], which is great for me.”
On Sacha Pfeiffer: “She’s just an incredibly awesome person. She works so hard and really cares about telling the story right, no matter what it takes. I feel very privileged to play her.”
Next up are the Satellite Awards on Sunday (February 21). Rachel is nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her work in “Spotlight” and the cast is expected to receive the Ensemble: Motion Picture Award. It’s not yet announced if Rachel will attend the ceremony.
Rachel is featured in the current issue of People Magazine (February 22, with Ryan Reynolds on the cover) as part of their The Amazing Women Of Oscar feature alongside fellow Academy Award nominees Brie Larson, Kate Winslet, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Alicia Vikander. Each nominee was able to ask a fellow nominee a question. Rachel answered a question from Jennifer Jason Leigh and was able to ask Alicia Vikander a question (‘How do you stay focused when you have a big scene coming up?’). We have added the magazine scans, photoshoot outtakes and high definition screencaptures in our gallery. The interview can be found in our press archive.
On how she wants to be remembered: “I would like to be remembered for kindness.”
On how she finds the emotional core of a character: “When I feel lost, I try to remind myself that’s a good thing. Often when I’ve been lost in the past, some of my most interesting work happens”
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The magazine is on (digital) newsstands right now, so be sure to pick up your own copy!
Rachel stopped by NBC’s the Today Show earlier this week on December 1 to pre-record her Today Show segment alongside Sacha Pfeiffer to promote “Spotlight“. As you might know, Rachel is portraying Sacha in the movie. The segment aired yesterday, which was unannounced. Rachel and Sacha were scheduled to make an appearance on the show last month, but we assume it got rescheduled to this week. We have added the interview in our video archive and the official stills and high definition screencaptures can be found in our gallery.
The first released video coverage of Rachel during the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival have been added in our video archive, including the first press junket interviews. Thanks to my friend Amanda for helping out. The film festival closes today and Rachel was on double festival duty with “Every Thing Will Be Fine” and “Spotlight” playing at the festival. She was also part of Jason Reitman’s Live Read of “The Princess Bride”.
The 23rd Annual Hamptons Film Festival announced earlier this week that “Spotlight” will play as one of the centerpiece selections. The movie will screen on Saturday, October 10. The festival runs from October 8-12 and for more information be sure to head over to the official website.
The magazine scans of Total Film (UK) have been added in our gallery. Many thanks to my friend Luciana for donating them. We added the full interview transcript in our press archive. Excerpts of the interview can be found below. Rachel talks about “True Detective“, “Aloha” and “Southpaw“.
On True Detective: “The material’s so dark it almost allowed the time when you weren’t at work to be very light. So there was a levity around the work that allowed you to really focus when you needed to, but there wasn’t this heaviness on set. Taylor has a really great, unexpected sense of humour that kind of catches you by surprise, Colin is Irish so… [laughs] you know, and then Vince is just so smart – I was amazed at the ways in which Vince could make things funny with this material.”
On Getting Involved in True Detective Season 2: ” I had a Skype [call] with Nic [Pizzolatto, creator and writer] first and that’s where it began. I read a couple of the episodes and hit the ground running.”
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Rachel stopped by ABC’s Popcorn with Peter Travers while she was in New York to promote “Southpaw” last week. The episode was released today and she talked about “Southpaw“, “True Detective” and her career. We have added the interview in our video archive and the high definition screencaptures can be found in our gallery. This has to be one of our favorite interviews of this press tour. It’s really nice to hear Rachel talk about her career in a more in-depth way.