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ET Sherlock Holmes Interview

Rachel, Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law & director Guy Ritchie did an interview with Entertainment Tonight. It’s a fun interview so be sure to check it out in our media archive.

I’ve added a bunch of screencaptures of the interview in our gallery. Rachel looked so stunning. Be sure to visit us frequently because I expect more interviews & updates on Sherlock Holmes to come.

Sherlock Holmes Update

Rachel’s co-star Robert Downey Jr, who plays Sherlock Holmes, did an interview with NST Online recently. And he said some nice things on Rachel.

“We have the ever-delectable and seriously gifted Rachel McAdams playing Irene Adler, the only woman that ever worked Sherlock like a rib. And, of course, Jude Law as (Holmes’ partner) Watson,” he says.

“I brought it to Warner Bros. and we went from there. And then Joel (Silver) and Susan (Downey) got involved, and Robert and Rachel, and Guy. And we made this wonderful movie.”

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Warner Bros started the ‘For Your Consideration’ campaign were they promote their best releases of 2009 for the Oscars, HFPA and BAFTA Awards. I’ve added two advertisements were Rachel is considered for an Oscar for best supporting actress. I hope they will involve her in the other campaigns too.

Warner Bros released new movie stills of “Sherlock Holmes” and I’ve added a few new stills with Rachel. She looks so stunning and I can’t wait for the release of this movie.

Warner Bros released a new version of the official website for “Sherlock Holmes” with more features. They released a new character posters including one with Adler (Rachel’s role), new official wallpapers and more. I’ve added all the new webstuff in our gallery. Are you excited for the movie?

The Time Traveler’s Wife DVD/Blu-Ray Release

The release for The Time Traveler’s Wife is set for February 9th, 2010, so a few days before valentine!

You can bring home the adaptation of the popular Audrey Niffenegger novel on DVD and Blu-ray in February. The Time Traveler’s Wife will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on February 9, 2010. The standard DVD will be priced at $28.98 SRP and the Blu-ray, which comes with a Digital Copy of the film, will be priced at $35.99 SRP. The film stars Eric Bana, Rachel McAdams and Ron Livingston.

Special Features:
– Time Traveler’s Wife: Love Beyond Words featurette
– Unconventional Love Story featurette (Blu-ray only)
– Digital Copy of the film (Blu-ray only)

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Morning Glory: First Movieclip & Gallery Update

The first official movie clip from Morning Glory is online. It was released at the 35th Deauville Film Festival were they showed a tribute to Harrison Ford. I’ve added all the missing pictures and albums in our gallery of Rachel and her co-stars filming Morning Glory. I’m looking forward to this movie because Rachel is the lead in this movie.

Rachel as 3rd most profitable actress

Screen star Naomi Watts provides the best return for Hollywood studios of any actress, according to a list published by Forbes. The Australian, who starred in The Ring and King Kong, was found to make $44 in box office returns for every $1 paid.

Jennifer Connelly and Rachel McAdams, who appeared in The Time Traveler’s Wife, came second and third.

Meryl Streep’s value for money rating was fifth, despite starring in smash hit film Mamma Mia! The Oscar-winning actress makes the studios $27 for every $1 she commands in payment.

Other film stars to grace the top 10 include Halle Berry, Anne Hathaway and double Academy Award winner Hilary Swank.

Forbes compiles its list by looking at 100 Hollywood stars, which must have starred in at least three films in the past five years which opened in 500 cinemas.

They took into account each actress’s estimated salaries, the films’ budgets and their earnings at the box office, DVD releases and on television.

Top 3
1. Naomi Watts – $44
2. Jennifer Connelly $41
3. Rachel McAdams – $30


DVD Reminder: State of Play out now!

September 1st brought about the release of “State of Play” which has Rachel co-starring with Russell Crowe, Helen Mirren, and Ben Affleck among others. Make sure to rent it, buy it at your local video store, or order it online!

Universal released the State of Play on DVD & Blu-Ray. The information of both of them are bellow.

Dvd Information
Bonus Features:
•Deleted Scenes
•The Making of State of Play

Technical Information:
•Run Time: 2 Hour(s) 8 Minute(s)
•MPAA Rating: PG-13 (Some Violence, Language Including Sexual References, and Brief Drug Content)
•Audio: English Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround; French Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround; Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
•Subtitles: English SDH; French; Spanish
•Picture: Anamorphic Widescreen (2.35:1)

Blu-Ray Information
Bonus Features
•U Control – Picture in Picture
•U Control – Washington, D.C. Locations
•Deleted Scenes
•The Making of State of Play
•BD Live – My Scenes Sharing
•BD Live – Download Center
•My Scenes

Technical Information
•Run Time: 2 Hour(s) 8 Minute(s)
•MPAA Rating: PG-13 (Some Violence, Language Including Sexual References, and Brief Drug Content)
•Audio: English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1; French DTS 5.1 Surround; Spanish DTS 5.1 Surround
•Subtitles: English SDH; French; Spanish
•Picture: Widescreen (2.35:1) Features

Rachel McAdams holds her own opposite Russell Crowe

First thing’s first. No, Rachel McAdams and Russell Crowe don’t get it on in their movie, “State of Play.” Their characters don’t even flirt with each other. That’s one of a few clichés that “State of Play” manages to avoid: sexual tension between the male and female lead characters. (Another cliché that the movie doesn’t have: the coupling of a leading man with a leading lady who’s young enough to be his daughter.) The political thriller “State of Play” marks the return of McAdams to a major-studio film, after the actress took a few years off to do small independent films like “Married Life” and “The Lucky Ones.”

In “State of Play,” McAdams plays Della Frye, a blogger for a newspaper in Washington, D.C. She’s hot on the trail of a scandal involving politician Stephen Collins (played by Ben Affleck), a married congressman exposed for having an affair with a female subordinate who dies mysteriously on a train track. Della often clashes with her co-worker Cal McCaffrey (played by Russell Crowe), an “old school” journalist who happens to be a friend of Stephen’s. Cal also gets involved in the investigation, and the two reporters team up to get to the bottom of the story. McAdams recently talked about “State of Play,” why she could never be a journalist in real life and which of her “State of Play” male co-stars she thought was the hottest. (It’s not who you think.)

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