Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Joseph Trapanese has signed on to score the upcoming war thriller Jadotville. The film is directed by Richie Smyth and stars Jamie Dornan, Guillaume Canet, Jason O’Mara and Mark Strong. The movie tells the true story of Irish Commandant Pat Quinlan who led a stand off with troops against French and Belgian Mercenaries in the Congo during in the early 1960s. Kevin Brodbin (Constantine, Mindhunters) has written the screenplay based on a novel by Declan Power. Alan Moloney (The Escapist, Albert Nobbs, Byzantium) is producing the project for Parallel Films. Jadotville is set to premiere later this year on Netflix.
Friday, March 25, 2016
Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Sunday, March 20, 2016
Friday, March 18, 2016
@lightboxgallery: "Update: ... # filming 'getting ice cream' interiors."
@kingscourtgraph: "They have wrapped the interiors being shot for # # ( the ice cream scene )"
Thursday, March 17, 2016
People - Bella Heathcote thought joining the cast of Fifty Shades Darker would be, well, quite dark for her as the newbie to the already-established cast, but it ended up being quite the opposite.
"I was worried because it's coming into something that's already established like feeling like the new kid at school, but everyone was really lovely and really welcoming and hilarious. It's a really good vibe on set, which I didn't expect," the Australian actress told PEOPLE at The Hollywood Reporter and Jimmy Choo's "The Most Powerful Stylists in Hollywood" Dinner.
"I feel like the first movie did so well, so everyone is more relaxed on this one," she continued. "It's just a really good environment to be in."
Heathcote struck it lucky when she was cast to play Christian Grey's – played by Jamie Dornan – ex-girlfriend Leila Williams in the Fifty Shades of Grey sequel, but she says it wasn't hard to keep herself from going all fan-girl on the ultra good looking actor.
"It's so funny because Jamie, himself, is so not that," she laughs. "He's a super laid back Irish man with a great sense of humor, so it's weird to even imagine him as the smoldering thing, but I get it because he's super handsome."
Thanks to @artofkristen for the heads up :)
Wednesday, March 16, 2016
BelfastLive - Hollywood star Sienna Miller has revealed she is a huge fan of BBC2 crime thriller The Fall, calling it “exceptional”.
The Golden Globe nominee said she had been following the television drama because of her friend Jamie Dornan’s portrayal of serial killer Paul Spector.
And she praised the Co Down actor’s performance in the dark drama saying he was “incredible” and poised for worldwide success.
Miller, star of such movies as American Sniper, Foxcatcher and The Girl, co-stars alongside Tom Hiddleston in gritty new movie High-Rise which was filmed in Co Down. It goes on general release next week.
She said: “Jamie’s been a great friend of mine for years. It’s great to see him doing so well.
“He is brilliant and I’ve been following him in The Fall, which I think is an exceptional series.
“He’s absolutely incredible in The Fall and I can’t wait to see him in the next series. He’s going to go stellar.”
Dornan is currently in Vancouver, shooting the second instalment in the Fifty Shades Of Grey trilogy, Fifty Shades Darker.
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
New video of Jamie at the airport last night (via @PUNKD_Images and @FiftyShadesEN) pic.twitter.com/QtjWuybjyc— Jamie Dornan Life (@JDornanLife) March 15, 2016
Sources: @PUNKD_Images | @canadagraphs | @OutlawHobbies | @FiftyShadesEN
Monday, March 14, 2016
Sunday, March 13, 2016
Speaking about her role in The Fall, Gillian explained how she came to work with Jamie Dornan: “I was involved in the casting on that and we looked at a lot of actors and there were some fantastic auditions and Jamie’s just was very, very clear that he really stood out and I fought very hard for him to get the role.”
Wednesday, March 9, 2016
I know you’ve got a film in post-production which is a different type of film. Tell me a little bit about that. And also tell me about Scanners because that is also in the works.
I have a few different things happening. One of them is I finished this movie, The 9th Life of Louis Drax, for Miramax. I’m so proud and so happy with the movie. I can’t wait for people to be able to see it. We finished it a few months ago. It’s a real psychological mystery/drama. It’s not scary. It’s not horror at all. But it’s very emotional. Aaron Paul is amazing. Sarah Gadon and Jamie Dornan are great.
The movie, it’s really, really original and unique, the story is. And it was a movie that Anthony Minghella was supposed to do before he passed. I’m really proud to have been part of it. I cannot wait for the movie to come out. It’s really different from anything I’ve been doing.
Meanwhile, I really love what we call the genre. I love that kind of story. So I’ve been developing this TV show Scanners for a very, very long time. But it’s hard, Again, TV is so competitive. And there is so much going on. But I’m working on other TV projects too because it’s also an interesting place to push the boundary. I feel that somehow TV now is a more open space to go into places that are darker where you will never go with movies.
So I’m also looking into that. And I’m getting ready for my next one. We’ll see.
Tuesday, March 8, 2016
Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson nominated for "Best Kiss" award with 'Fifty Shades of Grey' at the MTV Movie Awards.
- Amy Schumer & Bill Hader, Trainwreck
- Dakota Johnson & Jamie Dornan, Fifty Shades of Grey
- Leslie Mann & Chris Hemsworth, Vacation
- Margot Robbie & Will Smith, Focus
- Morena Baccarin & Ryan Reynolds, Deadpool
- Rebel Wilson & Adam DeVine, Pitch Perfect 2
You can VOTE HERE
Voting closes on March 20.
The award ceremony will held on April 10th at 8PM ET/PT.
Monday, March 7, 2016
McNaughton will feature for Cushendall in their first All-Ireland club hurling final on St Patrick's Day, but he is also coming to our television screens soon after playing a small role in the third series of the hit RTE/BBC co-production The Fall.
In the search for a new challenge, the 28-year-old turned to acting during rehabilitation from a serious hip injury and was quickly cast in the role of Oxford student James Wentworth in Say You'll Remember Me, which ran at Belfast's MAC Theatre last month.
Hurling sidelined his theatrical participation growing up, but despite a lack of experience, he quickly turned heads and was coaxed into auditioning for The Fall in London, before getting a part and even standing-in for Fifty Shades of Grey star Dornan.
"You're seeing the likes of Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan which was a bit surreal because I've never been involved in anything like that before. And I was his stand-in for a few days in between reading my own lines," McNaughton told the Sunday Independent.
"It's no big part, blink and you'll miss me, but I had a few lines. I'm not even sure if they'll show it but I know they paid me for the week's work and it was a good experience. Even if nothing comes of it, it's a different string to my bow."
He wasn't one bit overawed by Dornan and admits he'd be "more intimidated meeting Henry Shefflin".
No stage compares to Croke Park for McNaughton, but he acknowledges that he felt out of his comfort zone and suffered some stage fright.
More info about his character from Irish Examiner
Irish audiences will get a chance to be entertained by McNaughton later this year when he plays a role in the new series of acclaimed Belfast-based drama The Fall.
“I’ll be playing a doctor, I can’t really say a whole lot about it, it’s a small part,” said McNaughton