Hello! Just incase some of you would be interested and are not aware of this, eddie-redmayne.net has just opened a forum for Eddie discussion. The registration is simple (I did it today) and I’d love to chat with everyone.
first: your blog are so amazing. i'd seen eddie in the pillars of the earth and it was like love at first sight :D in my mind he is a very good actor and so good- looking..
and now my question: how you get all this informations and pics of eddie?
greetings from germany; nathalie
First, thank you very much! As for you question, I just google him all of the time haha. Also, many pictures and info are from my fellow Eddie lovers here on tumblr, which I am very thankful for! :)
Hey thanks for those links Kate. Sadly, neither work for me..both unavailable because of my geographic location. I appreciate your help and you don't have to keep looking for a video on account of my desperation (hehe) but if you do happen to find one that would be fantastic :)
Aww :( I will continue to search! There has to be a link to it that will work for you…
Hey there, Kate! The video you posted of Eddie's Tony's speech doesn't work for me *runs off and cries*. I'm in Australia and CBS has blocked it. I've scoured the net trying to find it, but I haven't had any success. Do you or does anyone else here know where I can watch it? You're doing a great job with this site..keep up the awesome work!!!
Hello! I’m sorry you can’t watch the one I posted! :( Try these links and see hopefully one will work. Thanks for the compliment on the site! I’m glad you enjoy it.
Can you tell us about the Marilyn Monroe film. You play her wardrobe assistant, right?
It’s interesting…Marilyn doesn’t even know that she exists. Doesn’t even know she’s alive.
She’s lower middle class. She’s seen a bit, she’s very confident and she has a real story. It’s a small part but she has a real character arc. At the beginning, Colin (Clark, played by Eddie Redmayne) really pursues her and she goes ‘No, no, no’ and then finally she lets him in and falls for him a bit, and then he buggers off with Marilyn.
And in the end, he realises Marilyn was just a fantasy, this mirage. She’s not really a real person in a sense. And he comes back and begs forgiveness and she gives him another chance.So it’s interesting. She had a real, proper arc, which I really enjoy playing.
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