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  admin   —     May 07, 2016

Blood, Sex and Money is a radio programme that started last year on BBC Radio 4. It is described as a “mash-up” of the 20 novels in Emile Zola’s Rougon-Macquart sequence, and the season 2 just started airing. As Holliday plays the role of Nana, I’ll let you enjoy the episode below:

  admin   —     April 28, 2016

The first official trailer of ‘Tulip Fever‘ has finally been released! The movie, although shot two years ago, is set to be released on July 15th. Check it out below:

An artist falls for a young married woman while he’s commissioned to paint her portrait during the tulip mania of 17th century Amsterdam.

  admin   —     April 27, 2016

Directed by Justin Chadwick, the long-gestating period drama also stars Dean DeHaan and Christoph Waltz.
Tulip Fever is finally blooming.

The period drama — starring Oscar winner Alicia Vikander opposite Dean DeHaan and Christoph Waltz {and Holliday Grainger} — will open in select theaters July 15, The Weinstein Co. announced Tuesday.

A passion project for British producer Alison Owen, Tulip Fever is based on Deborah Moggach’s novel about an artist (DeHaan) who falls in love with a married woman (Vikander) after he’s commissioned by the husband (Waltz) to paint her portrait. Justin Chadwick directed from an adapted script by Tom Stoppard.

The film is set in Netherlands in the early 17th century, during the period known as Tulip Mania, when single bulbs would sell for enormous sums. In Tulip Fever, the two young lovers decide to invest in the risky tulip market in order to build a future together.

Harvey Weinstein has become a huge proponent of opening specialty films year-round, versus crowding them into the fall corridor (the heart of award season).

Tulip Fever, shot in 2014, has been finished for a year but only now has a release date.

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  admin   —     April 05, 2016

Thanks to my friend Ana from www.anadearmas.net, I have been able to add new production stills of ‘The Finest Hours‘ to our gallery. Check them out by clicking on the thumbnails below:

  admin   —     April 02, 2016

Holliday Grainger (Cinderella) and Max Irons (Woman In Gold) are to join Charlotte Rampling (45 Years) in Jane Austen adaptation Sanditon, which is due to shoot in the UK in June.

The adaptation of Jane Austen’s never-before dramatised final novel will be directed by Jim O’Hanlon (A Hundred Streets), director of the 2009 BBC TV adaptation of Austen’s Emma.

Script comes from British playwright Simon Reade who produces with Guy de Beaujeu for Fluidity Films (Private Peaceful). Goldcrest Films will finance and handle sales.

In Sanditon, when Charlotte Heywood (Holliday Grainger) is invited by eternal optimist and entrepreneur Tom Parker to spend the summer season at Sanditon she accepts immediately, intrigued to see (not so) polite society at play in the newly fashionable sea bathing resort. There she meets a host of classic Austen characters from the imperious nouveau-riche Lady Denham (Rampling) to her impoverished ward Clara, and from the lecherous Sir Edward, to the dashing, feckless Sidney Parker (Max Irons) and his hypochondriac sisters.

Director Jim O’Hanlon said: “Sanditon is that rare and wonderful thing – a genuinely original, never-before-filmed novel by one of the world’s favourite novelists. It has everything audiences have come to expect from classic Jane Austen – comedy, romance, and a dazzling cast of characters for them to fall in love with – and much that is fresh and new, not least its setting in an English Seaside resort on the make.

“This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to bring to the big screen a brand-new Jane Austen – Jane Austen-On-Sea, as it were – and to be doing it with actors of the calibre of Holliday, Max and of course Charlotte Rampling as Lady Denham is hugely exciting. I can’t wait to get started”.

Pascal Degove, managing director of Goldcrest Films, added: “This is a highly contemporary, relevant first telling of a Jane Austen with all the makings of a classic. There really couldn’t be a better way to underline this than with the casting of Holliday and Max who will appeal to Austen fans, old and new.”

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  admin   —     March 27, 2016

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Today is Holly’s 28 birthday and on behalf of the site and the fans all over the world, we would like to wish her a very happy birthday, as well as a fantastic upcoming year. We love you!