Welcome to Rachel McAdams Online. This is the longest running - since 2004 - and most complete fan site dedicated to the talented Canadian actress Rachel McAdams. You may know Rachel from her roles in the movies as the box office hits "Sherlock Holmes", "The Notebook", "Mean Girls", "Midnight in Paris" and her latest release "A Most Wanted Man". We aim to provide you with the most comprehensive content on Rachel and give you the latest news. Here you can find and learn (hopefully) everything on her including the latest news and high quality photos, in depth information, media streaming, fan features and more. We are currently celebrating our 10 year anniversary!  
Lindsey   May 18th, 2011   2011, Articles Comments Off

Elle Published: May 12, 2011 Our June cover star gets noir, channeling Catherine Deneuve in ‘Repulsion’ with silks and lace. Get inspired, and get the look! n February, on the eve of Oscar weekend, 32-year-old Rachel McAdams arrived solo for her June cover shoot at L.A.’s Milk Studios. Starbucks in hand, wearing a white cotton button-down, black skinny jeans, and Nine West wedges, the actress radiated the homegrown, no-fuss demeanor

Lindsey   May 17th, 2011   2011, Interviews Comments Off

Collider Published: May 16, 2011 It is quite clear that Woody Allen loves Paris, and even though her character in his latest film, Midnight in Paris, is quite the contrary, actress Rachel McAdams admits to loving Paris too. In this romantic comedy set in the City of Lights, Gil (Owen Wilson) is a successful Hollywood screenwriter who is following his dream of becoming a novelist, much like his idols Hemingway

Lindsey   May 10th, 2011   2011, Articles Comments Off

MidnightinParisFilm.com Published: May 10, 2011 Even for people who have never been to Paris, the name of the city is more than a metaphor for magic—it’s almost a synonym. Certainly there’s no better place on earth that Woody Allen could have chosen for his new romantic comedy than Paris. It is a city with a unique mythology and heritage, celebrated for the extraordinary beauty of its streets, boulevards and gardens,

Lindsey   May 9th, 2011   2011, Interviews Comments Off

Elle Published: May 9, 2011 Rachel McAdams: The Romantic Woody Allen wrote a movie for her. Diane Keaton is her biggest fan. She’s fronted blockbuster romcoms, seduced mouthwatering stars, and made girls old and young believe that we, too, will get swept up in an epic love story one day. Tom Shone finds Rachel McAdams 2,168 miles from the L.A. limelight On working with Owen Wilson: “It’s definitely a different

Lindsey   May 5th, 2011   2011, Interviews Comments Off

Collider Published: May 5, 2011 This week, we got a chance to speak with Rachel McAdams, who is currently promoting another project that we’ll be writing about later. But, in the meantime, we wanted to post what she had to say about revisiting her role as Irene Adler for a cameo in the upcoming Sherlock Holmes sequel, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, as well as working with Terrence Malick

Lindsey   April 18th, 2011   2011, Interviews Comments Off

Première (France) Published: April 2011 At the age of 32, with the role of the strong and intelligent woman in “Morning Glory” from Roger Michell, Rachel McAdams is on her way to a beautiful career as a well known actress. Enjoying her time before the things (may) change … Rachel, as our first question as Canadian do know the Quebec translation of Morning Glory? Gloire du matin? Almost: La Gloaire

Lindsey   March 30th, 2011   2010, Articles Comments Off

New York Magazine Published: November 8, 2010 Today, the romantic workplace comedy Morning Glory, a Broadcast News–light starring Rachel McAdams and Harrison Ford, arrives in theaters. McAdams plays the dedicated producer of a flailing morning news show who brings on Harrison Ford’s grumpy, legendary anchorman to goose the ratings. (Thankfully for your gag reflex, McAdams and Ford, 36 years apart, are not romantically involved.) The movie, written by Aline Brosh

Lindsey   March 29th, 2011   2006, Articles Comments Off

Wall Street Journal Published: August 18, 2006 Hollywood”s New Challenge: Getting Rachel McAdams To Say “I Do” to a Role Minutes after auditioning Rachel McAdams for “Wedding Crashers,” director David Dobkin told the studio executive who had recommended her that she had to be hired. “She plays like a Stradivarius, man,” said Mr. Dobkin, who cast her in the 2005 comedy as the young socialite who sets a toxic bachelor

Lindsey   March 26th, 2011   2009, Interviews Comments Off

CanMag Published: April 16, 2009 Rachel McAdams plays an online journalist in State of Play. Aside from being the most beautiful online journalist ever (nothing against my colleagues, I just have a thing for Rachel McAdams), she did us pretty proud. McAdams Talks State of Play “I was shadowing journalists a little bit,” McAdams said. “We were introduced to some people at the Washington Post and it was funny because

Lindsey   March 26th, 2011   2009, Interviews Comments Off

The Fan Carpet Published: September 9, 2009 The latest offering from acclaimed director Kevin Macdonald (The Last King of Scotland, 2006) comes State of Play, a blistering thriller about an investigative journalist who finds himself embroiled in political murder and corporate collusion. Starring Oscar-winners Russell Crowe, Ben Affleck, Helen Mirren and Rachel McAdams, this highly-anticipated new film is due to hit the shelves on DVD and Bluray on Monday 21st

Lindsey   March 26th, 2011   2004, Interviews Comments Off

Cinema Confidential Published: June, 2004 She was first the “Hot Chick” and then one of the “Mean Girls.” Now, Rachel McAdams is stepping outside of the Hollywood pop culture fare for a more dramatic performance in “The Notebook.” The Canadian-born actress stars opposite Ryan Gosling in the Nick Cassavetes drama based on the hit novel by Nicholas Sparks. The film takes place during an innocent summer in the 1940s, when

Lindsey   March 19th, 2011   2004, Interviews Comments Off

Canoe Published: June 20, 2004 Rachel McAdams is being just slightly coy, especially for a modest Canadian. During a Los Angeles interview, the London, Ont.-born, St. Thomas-raised, Toronto-trained actress has just heard the suggestion that she is one of the new “It!” girls in Hollywood. The label comes because of her sudden leap to prominence in the comedies The Hot Chick and Mean Girls and her leading role opposite Owen

Lindsey   March 19th, 2011   2004, Interviews Comments Off

Canoe Published: June 2004 Rachel McAdams in St. Thomas for a benefit screening ST THOMAS, Ont. — From Woodworth Avenue to Hollywood and back again. Rachel McAdams, St. Thomas native and one of Hollywood’s brightest rising stars, came home last night for a charity screening of her new movie, The Notebook. As homecomings go, this one ranked high. “It’s flattering and overwhelming and unexpected,” McAdams said after her arrival. “But

Lindsey   March 19th, 2011   2005, Interviews Comments Off

Canoe Published: June 2005 Rachel McAdams is the actress from London, Ont. who went from switching bodies with Rob Schneider in 2002’s The Hot Chick to stealing Owen Wilson’s heart in this summer’s raucous comedy Wedding Crashers. THE SUN: In 2004, you starred in Mean Girls and The Notebook, which were both boxoffice hits. How did that combo impact your career? McADAMS: The fact they came back-to-back propelled me into

Lindsey   March 19th, 2011   2009, Interviews Comments Off

Canoe Published: August, 2009 NEW YORK — If people didn’t have regrets, they wouldn’t fantasize about changing the past. Thus the appeal of a film — and book — such as The Time Traveler’s Wife, in which Eric Bana and Rachel McAdams fall in love despite the fact he suffers from a genetic condition that, without warning, transports him in and out of the present. Sometimes he materializes in his