Eddie Redmayne (born Edward John David Redmayne, 06.01.1982) is an English actor and Academy Award winner.
Childhood: Eddie Redmayne was born in London, England. His parents are business owners Patricia and Richard Redmayne. He attended Eton College and studied history of art at Trinity College, Cambridge.
Acting career: Eddie Redmayne made his stage debut for in 'Twelfth Night' in 2002. He has also appeared in 'Now or Later' and 'Red at the Donmar Warehouse' and in 2010 he won a Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play. In 2008, he appeared in BBC miniseries 'Tess of the D'Urbervilles', as well as 'The Pillars of the Earth' in 2010 and 2012's 'Birdsong'. He made his film debut in the psychological thriller 'Like Minds' in 2006 with Toni Collette and Tom Sturridge and appeared in 'The Good Shepherd' in the same year. In 2007, he starred in 'Savage Grace' opposite Julianne Moore, and 'Elizabeth: The Golden Age' alongside Cate Blanchett and Geoffrey Rush. In 2008, he appeared in 'The Other Boleyn Girl' which also starred Natalie Portman and Scarlett Johansson, and Sundance drama film 'The Yellow Handkerchief' alongside William Hurt and Kristen Stewart. He starred in 'My Week with Marilyn' in 2011 opposite Emma Watson and Michelle Williams and was nominated for a BAFTA. In 2012, he was part of the all-star cast in 'Les Miserables' which also starred Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried and Helena Bonham Carter.
From were-rabbits to sabre-toothed bunny rabbits, Nick Park returns with a Stone Age adventure featuring characters in the world's favourite stop-motion animation style. But sabre-toothed bunnies are not, of course, the only creatures these cave men and women have to worry about; this is a time when prehistoric beasts like dinosaurs and woolly mammoths are roaming everywhere. Soon though, one brave caveman named Dug along with his pet warthog Hognob decides he must bring his rather timid tribe together if he wants to save them from one major nemesis which threatens the peace of their lives for good; the dastardly Bronze Age. But, unexpectedly, that battle soon turns into modern day football.
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Warning! 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' spoilers ahead.
We should all know by now that Jk Rowling thinks of everything when it comes to the Harry Potter universe and beyond.
So when fans had some questions regarding ‘plot holes’ in the recent Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them movie, of course the author was ready with all the answers.
Eddie Redmayne in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
It's been five years since the last Harry Potter movie, and J.K. Rowling has been busy. Not only has she shepherded her two-part sequel play to the West End, but she has also written the screenplay for this spin-off prequel, which is set some 70 years before Harry was born. The American setting puts a fresh slant on her elaborately imagined wizarding world, and the film has enough lively humour to keep things entertaining, but the movie itself is thin and derivative, never quite engaging the audience with its magic.
In this alternate reality, 1926 America has forbidden all magical creatures out of fear of terrorist attacks taking place around the world. Then an expert in these beasts, the cheeky nerd Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) arrives in New York with a suitcase full of them. He's on some sort of mission, which is immediately interrupted by three escaped critters, drawing in hapless wannabe baker Jacob (Dan Fogler) and witch detective Tina (Katherine Waterston). Joined by Tina's breathy sister Queenie (Alison Sudol), this rag-tag team is trying to recapture Newt's escaped creatures when they run afoul of aggressive wizard enforcer Graves (Colin Farrell), who's working for American's magical President (Carmen Ejogo). But there's something more seriously nefarious going on in the city.
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Redmayne said that the pressure of 'Fantastic Beasts...' came from "hardcore fandom".
Ahead of its cinematic release in just over a week’s time, Eddie Redmayne has been talking about the stresses he’s faced while making his new film Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.
The 34 year old English actor, who won an Oscar for his role as Professor Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything last year, was speaking to The Guardian in an interview published this week, and was asked whether he felt the weight of expectation.
Eddie Redmayne stars in 'Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them', out on Nov 18th
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Graves is hugely suspicious of Newt and his pets.
Just how much trouble is Newt Scamander in? That's the question on many Potterheads' lips at the moment as we impatiently await the cinematic premiere of 'Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them'. We know that he attracts the attention of the American Ministry of Magic when he arrives in New York with a suitcase full of magical creatures, some of which subsequently escape, but that's not the worst thing that's happening in the wizarding world at the moment.
Eddie Redmayne stars as Newt Scamander in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Gellert Grindelwald has struck again in Europe, with huge plans to disrupt the secretive harmony between wizards and No-Majs. Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) is faced with the image of a maimed dead man suspended in the air when he arrives in court, but Newt knows of no creature that can inflicted that sort of wound. Nonetheless, according to a new clip released ahead of the movie, head auror Percival Graves (Colin Farrell) is highly suspicious of Newt. Expelled from Hogwarts for 'endangering human life' with one of his beasts, things don't look good for the magizoologist regardless of Albus Dumbledore's fondness of him and his claims that it was all an accident.
Newt Scamander is a wizard who's always had an interest in monsters and wild, unworldly creatures. Newt inspects as many different species of Beast that he can and keeps some of the rarest ones in order to preserve them and keep them from harm's way whilst also ensuring they themselves don't cause any of the chaos they could so easily cause.
It's 1926 and the wizarding community is under threat. Whilst most muggles (No Maj's) don't have any idea that wizards and witches actually exist, a small yet powerful few are all too aware of them and their powers.
The New Salem Philanthropic Society is headed by a tough woman named Mary Lou Barebone who wants to make sure that all wizarding kind is exterminated.
The actor is a first time father.
Congratulations to Eddie Redmayne and his wife of a year and a half Hannah Bagshawe, who have just announced that they welcomed their first child into the world last week; a daughter named Iris Mary Redmayne who was born on Wednesday (June 15th 2016) according to reports.
Eddie Redmayne becomes a father
The 'Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them' star revealed to fans that he and Hannah were expecting a baby back in January this year and they officially announced her arrival with a report in UK newspaper The Times; the same publication in which they announced their engagement back in June 2014.
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Redmayne will be voicing the part of 'Dug', an underdog caveman with a warthog sidekick in a prehistoric adventure comedy, due in January 2018.
The Oscar-winning actor Eddie Redmayne has been cast to provide a voiceover role in Aardman Animation’s new comedy adventure Early Man, in what is the studio’s first feature film project in over a decade.
Redmayne is to play the part of Dug, a plucky caveman character who works with his cheeky side warthog sidekick Hognob in a prehistoric caper as they unite their tribe against the mighty ‘Bronze Age’ “in a battle to beat them at their own game”. The movie is due to be released on January 26th, 2018.
Eddie Redmayne will be the star of Aardman's new animation 'Early Man' in 2018
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The Hollywood Film Awards fire the starting pistol on awards season in the movie industry.
British star Carey Mulligan was among the winners at the 19th annual Hollywood Film Awards for her central role as Maud in the new movie Suffragette, a laundry worker who joins the fight for the right for women to vote.
The 30 year old star, who gave birth to her first child with husband Marcus Mumford just a few months ago, won Best Actress at the 2015 edition of the gongs, which are the first major ceremony in a long run of black-tie events leading up to the Academy Awards on February 28th.
The Hollywood Film Awards winners are announced in advance and are not televised, but prominently features movies not on general release and are a reasonable indicator of what will be on offer during awards season.
The ‘Harry Potter’ author shared the news on Twitter on Wednesday (9th September).
J.K. Rowling has shocked – and devastated - the Harry Potter fandom by admitting everyone has been saying Voldemort’s name incorrectly. We should actually be pronouncing the name without the ‘t’. The 50-year-old author shared the news with her 5.46 million Twitter followers on Wednesday evening (9th September).
J.K. Rowling at the Empire State Building in April 2015.
Date of birth
6th January, 1982
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