Rachel nervous about Sherlock film

Rachel McAdams has confessed she was a bit nervous at the prospect of starring in the new Sherlock Holmes movie.

I always get nervous before I start – at the beginning even,” the actress, who plays Sherlock’s love interest Irene Adler in the Guy Ritchie film, tells Access Hollywood.

“Fortunately, I think Irene isn’t as well known to the general public so we have a little bit of room to experiment with her which leaves the door wide open.”

Rachel will star opposite Robert Downey Jr who plays Holmes and Jude Law as Dr Watson.

“Irene is mentioned in the book as ‘the woman‘ and the only woman Sherlock has ever mentioned,” says Rachel.

The entire cast emphasized the fact that this will be a sexier, more action-packed Holmes, but also made reference to the fact that his bare-knuckle boxing and martial arts skills are deeply rooted in the writing of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

For her part, McAdams describes her character as an underworld adventuress with a criminal mind, but who also has her romantic and “delicious” sides. She says it will be a pleasure working with Downey Jr. and Ritchie, whom she calls a “collaborative, experimental director.”

While the character only appeared in that one story, McAdams’ personage would return for any possible sequel.

Warner Bros. Pictures has set a November 20, 2009 release date for the Guy Ritchie-directed Sherlock Holmes movie.

The Notebook Receives Limited Edition Blu-ray Treatment

A “beauty” shot of the contents has been added.

Warner Home Video has announced The Notebook starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams is coming to Blu-ray Disc on January 20 in a limited edition giftset package, day-and-date with DVD.

The Notebook will be presented in widescreen 2.35:1 1080p video and an unknown 5.1 audio format, likely either Dolby Digital or Dolby TrueHD.

Supplemental features are not available at this time; however, we do know the physical value add pack-ins that will be identical between the DVD and Blu-ray sets.

* Photo album and scrapbook with images from the movie plus space for your own photos
* Scrapbook accessories such as stickers and photo corners
* Stationery set with letterhead and envelopes and collectible bookmarks

The Notebook: Limited Edition Giftset will carry an SRP of $39.99 $29.95. You can go to Amazon.com for more price & purchasing info.

Source: TheHDRoom.com

Sherlock Holmes film

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.

Cinema Series Offers Films Before Public Release

The screening series will be each Wednesday through Nov. 12 at the Cinèmas Palme D’Or in Palm Desert. Pete Hammond, host of the KCET Cinema Series in Los Angeles, will moderate a discussion with the filmmakers, producers or actors from the films after most screenings.

The Desert Sun and KCET are giving away a pair of tickets to three winners for all eight screenings, including this Wednesday’s opening reception. To enter, please go to mydesert.com/ filmcontest and leave a comment saying which film in the series you are most looking forward to seeing. Comments must be submitted by Wednesday at 11 a.m., and winners will be drawn randomly from all participants at that time.

The first film is “The Lucky Ones” starring Rachel McAdams, Tim Robbins and Michael Pena and featuring an appearance by co-writer and director Neil Burger on Wednesday.

The remaining schedule of films, with special guests to be announced, is:

Oct. 1: “How to Lose Friends & Alienate People,” directed by Robert Weide and starring Gillian Anderson, Jeff Bridges, Emily Denniston and Kirsten Dunst.

Oct. 8: “Rachel Getting Married,” directed by Jonathan Demme and starring Anne Hathaway.

Oct. 15: “I’ve Loved You So Long,” a French film that screened at the Telluride Film Festival.

Oct. 22: Film TBA.

Oct. 29: “The Soloist,” from director Joe Wright and starring Robert Downey Jr. and Jamie Foxx.

Nov. 5: “Captain Abu Raed,” a nominee for an Oscar in the Foreign Language category that won the Audience Award at Sundance this year.

Nov. 12: Film TBA.

Screenings start at 7 p.m., and there will be an opening reception for the first film Wednesday at 6 p.m. For more information about the series and reservations, please call 327-0918 or e-mail: kcetdesertcities@kcet.org.

source: mydesert.com

Rachel shooting The Time Traveler’s Wife

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.

“Married Life” Screencaptures

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!:

“The Lucky Ones” Premiere

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!

2008 Toronto International Film Festival – “Che (Part 1)” – Premiere

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!

KCET Film Series Comes to Palm Desert

KCET Desert Cities will launch a series of eight Hollywood, independent, documentary and foreign films on Sept. 24 at the Cinemas Palme d’Or in Palm Desert.

The KCET Desert Cities Cinema series, which is an off-shoot of the parent station’s popular Los Angeles film series, will run through Nov. 12.

The film series will give movie lovers a pre-release look at upcoming films along with a question/answer session hosted by Pete Hammond, long-running host of the Los Angeles film series.

Following an opening reception at 6 p.m., “The Lucky Ones,” starring Tim Robbins, Rachel McAdams and Michael Peña opens the weekly series at 7 p.m. Director Neil Burger (“The Illusionist,” 2006) will be on hand to discuss the film with Hammond after the film.

Other films in the series will include “How To Lose Friends and Alienate People,” with Gillian Anderson, Jeff Bridges and Kirsten Dunst; “Rachel Getting Married,” with Anne Hathaway and directed by Jonathan Demme; and “I’ve Loved You So Long,” from France and starring Kristin Scott Thomas.

Tickets for the eight week series are $75 for current KCET members or $80 for non-members. All proceeds from the film series benefit KCET Desert Cities.

Tickets can be ordered by phone at 327-0918 or online at kcetdesertcities@kcet.org.

Cinemas Palme d’Or is located in the Westfield Palm Desert shopping center at 72840 Highway 111.

source: mydesert.com

Married Life on DVD

“Married Life” comes out on DVD September 2nd so make sure to pick up a copy!

Pitt, Damon, McAdams Front-Load Toronto Fest

Our neighbors to the north are readying one heck of a welcome wagon next month, when some of Hollywood’s finest are set to hit the red carpet—and debut a movie or two—at the 2008 Toronto Film Festival.

Brad Pitt, Edward Norton and Canada’s own Rachel McAdams are among the latest crop of A-listers set to make the Gala scene during the fest, which runs Sept. 4-13.

Booked to appear, though not to premiere films, at the fest are Matt Damon, Josh Brolin and Julian Schnabel who, along with several other Industry vets, will appear on the fest’s Mavericks roster, giving informal talks throughout the week on their filmmaking experiences.

Also expected at the fest to introduce their films: Appaloosa‘s Viggo Mortensen and Renée Zellweger and BlindnessMark Ruffalo, Julianne Moore and Gael García Bernal.

Roughly 249 films in all are expected to be screened during the cinematic week, with premieres from Scarlett Johansson, Natalie Portman, Colin Farrell, Peter O’Toole, Tim Robbins, Kate Beckinsale, Matt Dillon, Bryce Dallas Howard, Jessica Biel and Jeff Goldblum all making the cut.

Claiming a bulk of the potentially appearing talent is the scheduled premiere of New York, I Love You, the follow-up to Paris, Je T’aime, a collection of 12 short films directed by Johansson and Portman, among others, and starring Orlando Bloom, Ethan Hawke, Shia LaBeouf and Christina Ricci.

Also making its North American premiere at the fest is Ethan and Joel Coen‘s Burn After Reading, starring a couple of little-known actors: George Clooney and Pitt. The film will get its worldwide premiere at the Venice Film Festival, which Clooney is booked to attend, just days before Toronto.

Meanwhile, Beckinsale’s dramatic turn in Nothing But the Truth is also scheduled to premiere during the fest, with the actress playing a political reporter who is jailed for naming a CIA agent.

Norton, Farrell and Jon Voight will also grace the big screen during the week, appearing in the premiere of the cop-family drama Pride & Glory. Rounding out the politically minded films is The Lucky Ones, starring McAdams and Tim Robbins, following a group of returning U.S. soldiers who embark on a road trip.

Proving her absurd saturation of the market, a film about, though not starring, Paris Hilton, is also set to premiere at the festival. The documentary Paris, Not France, examines the pop culture phenom and is directed by Adria Petty.

Another documentary film that’s been added to the Contemporary World lineup is an as-yet unnamed biography chronicling the life of late Real World: San Francisco housemate Pedro Zamora. Showing in the same lineup is the comedy $5 a Day, starring Christopher Walken, Amanda Peet and Sharon Stone.

source: eonline.com

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