Additional coverage of the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival can be found in our gallery and video archive, including some amazing additional portraits. Rachel attended the festival earlier this year for “Disobedience“. We also edited the full Deadline panel Rachel did alongside her costars and the director. Sadly the livestream had audio problems but we edited the videos with the parts that had sound.
Category: Media Archive
Last night during the Mayweather versus McGregor fight a PSA broadcast aired to support tolerance and stop hate featuring stars lending their voice. Rachel joined the PSA and others include Michelle Rodríguez, Dakota Johnson, Will Arnett, LL Cool J and many more. In the words of Nelson Mandela, they lend their voice to supporting tolerance (#SupportTolerance) and urging people to join the fight again hate and bigotry.
“No one is born hating another person because of the color of their skin, or their background, or their religion. If people can learn to hate, they can be thought to love. For love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite. Even in the grimmest times, I have seem glimmers of humanity. That reassured me that our goodness is a flame that could never be extinguished.”
The PSA broadcast highlights Splcenter.org and their work, including initiatives for teaching tolerance. Be sure to head over to their website for more information. You can watch the PSA broadcast in our video archive and we have added the high definition screencaptures and on-set images shared by @machucapictures (see post after the jump) in our gallery.
We continue our coverage for the 45th Life Achievement Award Gala Tribute to Diane Keaton. As we previously reported, Rachel was in attendance and was one of the filmmakers paying tribute to Diane Keaton. Rachel worked with Diane two times already, in “The Family Stone” (2005) and in “Morning Glory” (2010). We have added the high definition screencaptures in our gallery and the full video coverage can be found in our video archive.
Rachel was one of the special appearance’s during NBC’s The Red Nose Day Special 2017, as we previously reported. The special aired yesterday evening in the USA. Red Nose Day is a charity with a mission to to end child poverty and it was founded by Richard Curtis. Richard Curtis wrote and directed “About Time“. Rachel’s appearance was very brief, but nevertheless worth the watch. She was part of the opening sketch, alongside Ben Affleck, Mindy Kaling, Jack Black, Mark Hamill, and more. Over $35 million was raised last night, which is more than ever before for the USA. For more information about Red Nose Day be sure to head over to the official website and you are still able to donate by going to the donation page. We have added the sketch Rachel was part of in our video archive and high definition screencaptures can be found in our gallery.
NBC released a trailer for their the Red Nose Day special earlier today, which features a glimpse of Rachel. We have added the trailer in our video archive. Rachel has joined the special, as we previously reported, will will air tomorrow on NBC. Red Nose Day is an annual charity campaign to help end child poverty. It has not been announced how Rachel will be part of the special but be sure to tune in on Thursday, May 25 (10-11 p.m. ET) or check your local listings for the time! For more information about Red Nose Day, be sure to head over to the official website.
While working on the site we realized we never made an update to remind everyone that the Audible Audiobook for “Anne of Green Gables“, which is narrated by Rachel, is available. If you are not yet a member at Audible, you are able to get this audiobook for free. Be sure to head over to their website for more information. We also updated our site with additional coverage of this exciting project. We added the high definition screencaptures of the official on-set and behind the scenes featurette in our gallery and the video can be found in our video archive. Further, you can find a new promotional image in our gallery.
For the past few weeks we have been working behind the scenes on the site and we are very excited to announced the launch of our brand new video archive. Our new archive already has over 750 videos including over 100 videos of the “Doctor Strange” coverage. Our new video archive is more user friendly and it’s mobile friendly so you are able to watch the videos on your mobile devices. It also gives us the chance to reorganize, make it easier to browse and to replace videos with better quality. We will continue to transfer videos as time permits and our old video archive will remain online until then. The launch of our new video archive also gave us a chance to update our site with the recent “Doctor Strange” promotional tour, including many great press junket interviews, all the featurettes, red carpet interviews and more.
We want to share a few of our favorites from the “Doctor Strange” promotional tour: Rachel playing a game with Honest Trailers/Screen Junkies and Operation with E!, participating in a magic trick, talking about meeting the Obamas and Rachel’s adorable reaction (‘Alright, alright, alright’) when a journalist compared her to Matthew McConaughey.
Rachel and her sister and make-up artist Kayleen McAdams are featured in the current issue (December 2) of The Hollywood Reporter. We have added the digital magazine scans, photoshoot outtakes and HD screencaptures of the behind the scenes video in our gallery. We also added the BTS video in our video archive, which is definitely worth the watch. Rachel and Kayleen play a game of ‘How Well Do You Know?’.
Rachel McAdams has played many iconic roles over the years — from the headstrong Allie in The Notebook to the manipulative Regina George in Mean Girls — but what would she be doing if she weren’t constantly shape-shifting?
During a game of “How Well Do You Know?” with her makeup artist, who also happens to be her sister, Kayleen McAdams, the actress revealed that she would lead a much simpler life — as a farmer.
The pair, who are featured in THR’s Beauty Issue, must have discussed the possibility in the past, because Kayleen had no problem coming up with the answer. As for knowing what Rachel eats for breakfast, that’s a different story.
“Kayleen has a very calming effect on me,” says Rachel. “Spending two hours with her beforehand sets me for the night.” Responds Kayleen: “I like to know I can help calm you before you go out there because there’s a lot coming at you.”