Rachel attended the “Spotlight” premiere in Tokyo, alongside author Marie Kondo (‘The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing’), earlier today and we have added the first images in our gallery. We also added the portrait session outtakes Rachel did to promote the movie in our gallery. The movie is currently playing in theaters in Japan and is available on DVD/Blu-Ray/Demand in the U.S. right now.
Rachel arrived in Japan earlier this week to promote “Spotlight“. She attended a press conference for the movie yesterday in Tokyo. It’s the first time Rachel is visiting Japan to promote a movie. We have added the first high quality images in our gallery. She is expected to attend the premiere on Saturday (not Friday, as previously reported). The movie will be released tomorrow, on April 15 in Japan.
Open Road has announced that “Spotlight” will expand again to 1,000 theaters starting today in the United States. The movie earned Rachel her first Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress and won the Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay award. The Wrap is reporting the following story:
Best Picture Oscar winner “Spotlight” will expand to about 1,000 theaters this weekend, Open Road Films said Monday.
Its’s a victory lap for “Spotlight,” the R-rated drama detailing the Boston Globe’s uncovering of the Catholic Church’s sex abuse scandal. It also won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay, which was written by director Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer.
“Spotlight” opened in limited release on Nov. 6 and has gone on to take in $39.1 million domestically, about 30 percent of which has come after its Jan. 14 Best Picture nomination. It has also grossed $22.6 million overseas for a worldwide total of $61.8 million, against a budget of $20 million.
“Spotlight” rolled out on DVD last week, has been available for download since Feb. 12, and is currently No. 1 on iTunes. Over the weekend it was in 684 theaters, up 285 from the previous week, and grossed roughly $785,000.
The ensemble cast also includes Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams, Liev Schreiber, Stanley Tucci and John Slattery.
We continue our award season coverage. We have added portraits of the 88th Annual Academy Awards Nominee Luncheon, 2016 Vanity Fair Oscar Party and the 2016 Film Independent Spirit Awards. Many thanks to my friend Claudia for her donations.
Award season 2015-2016 officially wrapped up this past Sunday with the 88th Annual Academy Awards. It was a big weekend for “Spotlight“, the movie won Best Picture at both the Oscars and the Independent Spirit Awards. We have added additional images in our gallery of the Oscar weekend events Rachel has attended this past weekend.
Rachel attended the 88th Annual Academy Awards last night. She was one of the presenters of the night and presented the Best Cinematography award to Emmanuel Lubezki, with whom she worked on “To The Wonder“, alongside actor Michael B. Jordan. She brought her mother Sandra as her red carpet date. Rachel is wearing a August Getty dress, Niwaka jewels, and Stuart Weitzman shoes. “Spotlight” was nominated for 6 awards and took home Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Picture. Congratulations to the cast & crew! Rachel was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her work in the movie, but lost the award to Alicia Vikander. The first batch with high quality images have been added in our gallery, but we expect more additions later on so be sure to come back later.
Rachel just arrived at the 88th Annual Academy Awards. She looks absolutely beautiful in a August Getty Atelier dress. We have the first look for you and stay tuned for our full coverage! Good luck to Rachel and “Spotlight“!
Rachel attended the 2016 Film Independent Spirit Awards yesterday, held in Santa Monica. “Spotlight” took home the Best Feature, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Editing and Robert Altman Award. The Robert Altman Award is given to the film’s director, casting director and ensemble cast which includes Rachel and her co-stars Michael Keaton and Mark Ruffalo. The (former) Boston Globe reporters also attended the ceremony, including Sacha Pfeiffer. Congratulations to the cast and crew! The high quality images have been added in our gallery.