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admin / November 27th, 2015 / No Comments

Eddie Redmayne rattles off statistics about the transgender community: “In 31 states, you can still be fired for being transgender,” he says by phone from London. “The suicide rate within the community is incredibly high at 41%. The violence to trans women of color is confounding.”

Just three years ago, he knew none of this. Even while reading the script for “The Danish Girl,” the film opening Friday that chronicles the gender transition of artist Lili Elbe, Redmayne wasn’t fully aware of the historical or the present-day struggles of transgender people. He did, however, recognize the importance of Lili’s story and its need for the big-screen treatment.

This was before the world knew of Caitlyn Jenner and before Laverne Cox rose to critical acclaim on Netflix’s “Orange Is the New Black.” Journalist Janet Mock had not yet released her memoir “Redefining Realness,” and though Chaz Bono’s “Becoming Chaz” had aired in 2011, many were still ignorant about the transgender community.

“When you’re playing someone like Lili, who was and is an icon, it comes with great responsibility,” said Redmayne, 33. “I felt extraordinarily privileged to tell her story, but the whole thing was a huge learning experience for me.”

Redmayne began preparation shortly after filming “Les Misérables,” long before director Tom Hooper got the greenlight for “The Danish Girl.” Transgender producer Lana Wachowski, who with brother Andy directed Redmayne in “Jupiter Ascending,” was one of the first people the actor spoke with. Wachowski knew the relatively obscure story of Lili, born Einar Wegener, and spouse, Gerda (played by Alicia Vikander), who also was a painter. Just as important, the producer knew the arts world of the late 1920s in which the couple painted.

“She knew so much about them,” Redmayne said. “Lana gently pointed me to where I should begin my education.”

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admin / November 27th, 2015 / No Comments

I added some movie stills and promotionals photos of Eddie Redmayne‘s upcoming movie Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. You can go to the gallery to take a look and enjoy!

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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) > Behind the Scenes
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) > Promotionals
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) > Posters
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) > Movie Stills




admin / November 27th, 2015 / No Comments




admin / November 26th, 2015 / No Comments

I added some movie stills and posters of Eddie Redmayne for the Danish Girl so, you can go to the gallery to take a look.

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The Danish Girl (2015) > Movie Stills
The Danish Girl (2015) > Posters




admin / November 24th, 2015 / No Comments

Eddie Redmayne covers Details Magazine December/January 2016 issue. I added the cover and the photoshoot to the gallery. Will add the scans as soon as I get these ones. I love the shoot!

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2015 Photoshoots & Professional > Photoshoot #020
2015 Magazines & Scans > Details Magazine (December/January 2016)




admin / November 24th, 2015 / No Comments

Just one year after his transformative performance as Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything—a role that earned him an Academy Award—Eddie Redmayne is back with another role that requires the British actor to change shape before our eyes. In The Danish Girl (out November 27th), Redmayne portrays Einar Wegener, the first person to ever receive a sex change operation and is already receiving a hefty amount of speculation that this could earn him another Oscar. We caught up with Redmayne, who graces the cover of our December/January 2016 issue, and talked about his love of melted cheese, celebrity Halloween parties, and his favorite part of Oscar night.




admin / November 24th, 2015 / No Comments

“Pretty well-endowed,” Eddie Redmayne says emphatically, sliding his iPhone across the tabletop. It’s late morning at Colbert, a café-bistro in London’s Chelsea neighborhood, and, latte orders placed, it seems we’ve reached the dick-pic-sharing portion of the conversation. He points down at his screen, and there it is in all its glory: the chiseled, shimmering torso—of his Oscar statuette. And it’s wearing tighty-whities. The mini briefs were a gift from Jimmy Kimmel given to Redmayne in February after he won Best Actor for his portrayal of the ALS-afflicted astrophysicist Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything. “The Velcro is coming off,” Redmayne says, laughing. “So, occasionally, he’s buck-naked.”

Redmayne, like his little gold man, prefers modesty—he’s bashful about discussing his well-heeled upbringing in London, his education at Eton (where Prince William was a classmate) and then Cambridge, where, as an undergrad, he landed his first big break in a production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, opposite the theater legend Mark Rylance. But nowhere was his almost-pathological humility more apparent than during his Oscar-acceptance speech, when he practically begged the Academy’s forgiveness for his short yet amazingly ascendant career arc: “I’m fully aware that I am a lucky, lucky man.”

He’s also kind of fucked. Redmayne, who turns 34 in January, realizes this too, which is why his typically British stiff upper lip is quivering a bit today. The source of his agita: The Danish Girl, the ripely timed story of Lili Elbe, born Einar Wegener, the first person to undergo sex-reassignment surgery, in Dresden, Germany, in 1931—and a role that brings with it more potential pitfalls than Redmayne can count. “You don’t want to let people down,” he explains, nervously fidgeting with a sugar dispenser. “And you know you will—you can’t please everyone.”

Since the first images of a lithe, ruby-lipped, bewigged Redmayne surfaced online in February, The Danish Girl has produced buzz and scrutiny in equal measure. After all, the difference between a subtle, nuanced portrayal of an iconic transgender pioneer and Mrs. Doubtfire–esque bad drag can be as thin as a pair of panty hose. And Redmayne—unlike Caitlyn Jenner or Orange Is the New Black’s Laverne Cox—is cisgender, leading some to accuse the filmmakers of having wasted the rare opportunity to cast a transgender actor. Redmayne can offer only so much to counter that criticism, but the responsibility he feels to the community weighs heavily on him. As one transgender friend told him during his research, the decision to transition boils down to a willingness to “give anything and everything to live a life authentic.”

So, yeah—no pressure.

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admin / November 22nd, 2015 / No Comments

Eddie Redmayne arrives at the premiere of Focus Features’ ‘The Danish Girl’ at Westwood Village Theatre on November 21, 2015 in Westwood, California. You can go to the gallery to take a look to over 330 HQ photos, and, I am sure that more are coming tomorrow.

Eddie looks fantastic and I can’t wait to watch the movie. What do you think?

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“The Danish Girl” – Los Angeles Premiere
November 21st, 2015






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