Happy Birthday Rachel.
From Rachel McAdams Online
Happy Birthday Rachel.
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 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.
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.
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 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: email@example.com.