In a recent interview, Eddie Redmayne expressed regret for playing Lili Elbe in “The Danish Girl,” referring to it as a mistake.
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Eddie Redmayne was interviewed by British magazine “GT” for its November 2016 issue, in which he talks about playing “outsider” characters! Read more here!
Welcome to the latest installment of our “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” roundup, bringing you all the latest news from Newt Scamander’s magical world – and beyond.
The 2016 Oscars are coming soon! Watch Eddie Redmayne and Domhnall Gleeson discuss their nominations!
We’re nearly a month into the new year, and “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” news has been slow to get going. All the same, a few things have trickled our way so far, and we’re here to round them up for you in one handy place – including award nominations and Pottermore interviews.
The Oscar nominations yesterday were rather overshadowed by the sad news that actor Alan Rickman had passed away. Nonetheless, despite the sad day, we were glad to see that there were some familiar names among the nominations.
We’re certainly in the thick of awards season at the moment – just yesterday, we learned about the Producers Award nominees, and today it’s the turn of BAFTA, the British Academy Film and Television Awards. The nominations were announced this morning by Stephen Fry (British audiobooks) and actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw (“Belle”, featuring Tom Felton).
Eddie Redmayne (Newt Scamander) has already been nominated for a Golden Globe for his role as Lili in “The Danish Girl”, but we’ve just learned that he will be definitely going on stage come the night of the awards, no matter what.
Eddie Redmayne discusses his roles in “The Danish Girl” and “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”.