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26
Jan 2015
Ali

Here are two video clips from last night’s SAG Awards. The first one is from the red carpet ….

and one from the press room …

26
Jan 2015
Ali

Such a wonderful acceptance speech!

25
Jan 2015
Ali

So proud of Eddie for his win tonight at the Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role.

25
Jan 2015
Ali

Eddie is interviewed on the red carpet at the SAG Awards.

25
Jan 2015
Ali

Tonight Eddie is attending the Screen Actors Guild Awards where he is a nominee for his work in The Theory of Everything. He looks extremely handsome in a tux by Prada. The first images of Eddie on the red carpet have been added to the gallery.

Gallery Links:
Eddie Redmayne Web > 2015 > January 25 | Screen Actors Guild Awards

25
Jan 2015
Ali

Eddie shared why Hannah wasn’t able to join him on the red carpet tonight. I love how cute he is about his new wife!

Good news, ladies: Eddie Redmayne is flying solo … for the night.

The Theory of Everything actor – who’s up for outstanding performance by a male actor in a leading role – is date-less at Sunday’s Screen Actors Guild Awards. So where’s new wife Hannah?

Turns out, she had to head back to reality after a few whirlwind weeks of Hollywood glamour.

“She’s not here because she does a proper job,” Redmayne, 33, told PEOPLE and TNT on the red carpet. “We had our honeymoon over Christmas, and then we came to L.A. for the Golden Globes, and she was like, ‘I think I should probably go and show my face at work.’ ”

“No, she’s fantastically supportive,” he added.

Still, starring in an award-winning biopic about the world’s leading theoretical physicist sounds pretty proper to us.

(source)

25
Jan 2015
Ali

Last night Eddie attended the Producers Guild Awards last night … I have added pics from the event to the gallery. A giant thank you to Claudia & Kaci for sharing some of these pics with us!

Gallery Links:
Eddie Redmayne Web > 2015 > January 24 | Producers Guild Awards
Eddie Redmayne Web > 2015 > January 24 | Producers Guild Awards – Ceremony

24
Jan 2015
Ali

More pics from the New York Times article shoot with Eddie & Emma Stone. Thanks to Renee for sharing these with us!

Gallery Links:
Eddie Redmayne Web > Outtakes > 2015 > 010

23
Jan 2015
Ali

The Wrap has released some new images of Eddie as part of their Oscar Contenders Gallery. These were taken in November as part of the Theory of Everything promotion.

Gallery Links:
Eddie Redmayne Web > Outtakes > 2014 > 038

23
Jan 2015
Ali

The New York Times did this awesome interview with Eddie & actress Emma Stone! They are so cute!

Emma Stone was delighted to grant Eddie Redmayne a retroactive wish on his birthday candle, since he forgot to make one when he blew it out.

“Is that allowed?” the actor asked, 33 to the day, a recent Golden Globe winner and Academy Award nominee as best actor for his portrayal of the physicist Stephen Hawking in “The Theory of Everything.” He won a Tony Award in 2010 as best featured actor in the Broadway play “Red.”

“Absolutely!” declared Ms. Stone, 27, a film actress best known for her roles in “Easy A” and “The Amazing Spider-Man” franchise. She made her Broadway debut last year in “Cabaret,” in which she continues through Feb. 15, and is also nominated for an Oscar as best supporting actress in “Birdman.”

But she drew the line when Mr. Redmayne floated the idea of a second wish.

“You can’t make them all day,” she said.

Over a late lunch at Angus’ Cafe Bistro — a croque-monsieur for Mr. Redmayne and truffle fries (“without the truffle, please”) for Ms. Stone — the pair discussed their childhood ambitions, propensity to worry and the young actor’s life.

PHILIP GALANES: Millions of little kids see “Annie” and “Les Miz” every year. And lots of them turn to their parents and say, “Mom, Dad, I want to be an actor.” But no one takes them seriously.

EMMA STONE: Can you imagine if your kid said that to you?

EDDIE REDMAYNE: I’d say, “Under no circumstances!”

ES: I would punish mine.

PG: So, how did you get away with it?

ES: I made a PowerPoint presentation for my parents when I was 14. I asked them to let me move to L.A.

ER: On a computer?

ES: Yeah, all about why I should be an actor. I never wanted to do anything else, from 7 on. It wasn’t a flight of fancy. I asked to be home-schooled in a different presentation when I was 12. That was on a clipboard. I’m not kidding. I make presentations because when I feel strongly about something, I cry.

ER: You cry?

ES: When I feel really passionate, I get overwhelmed, and it makes me cry. I learned early on to be more logical and make presentations.

PG: Eddie’s parents took a leap, too. They let you mooch around the house after your degree from Cambridge, letting you try to break into acting, right?

ER: I got the bug when I was 12 and did a production of “Oliver” that Sam Mendes directed. Not that I ever met him. I was Workhouse Boy No. 40 in a cast of 800 children that changed every week.

ES: And you loved it?

ER: I got to leave school early and go into the West End. I got into the grubby artifice that created this extraordinary thing, so I kept at it. My dad works in finance, so he kept giving me the stats: only one in a hundred actors makes it. He’d ask, “Have you thought about producing?”

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