Elle Published: May 17, 2011 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
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
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
Elle (UK) Published: August, 2005 Rachel McAdams Owen Wilson’s queeze in this summer’s comedy The Wedding Crashers From queen bitch in Mean Girls to blushing bridesmaid in The Wedding Crashers, versatile 28-year-old Canadian actress Rachel McAdams has received three MTV Movie Awards. She’s starred in The Hot Chick, The Notebook and alongside Lindsay Lohan in
Elle Published: November, 2004 Age: 25. Hometown: Near London, Ontario. Upcoming: The Wedding Crashers, with Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn, and Will Ferrell, in which she plays a bridesmaid who catches the eye of Wilson’s womanizing nuptial freeloader. Where you’ve seen her: As the stuck-up cheerleader who turn into Rob Schneider in The Hot Chick; the
Elle Published: April, 2004 Rachel McAdams has gone glam. Playing the role of a young woman trapped inside the hygienically impaired body of dork in the The Hot Chick may have been Rachel McAdams’ first Hollywood break, but this spring the London, Ont., native ups the glam quotient with her sassy turn in Mean Girls.
Elle Published: January 1, 2004 Newcomer Rachel McAdams goes from Mean Girls’ bossy teen queen to The Notebook radiantly desirable protagonist. In The Notebook, Rachel McAdams plays a Southern woman who after World War II must choose between her devoted fiancé (James Marsden) and the soul mate of her prewar teens (Ryan Gosling). Based on
Elle Published: March 12, 2007 We whisk Rachel McAdams off to Paris for some haute couture dress-up. The art deco labyrinth of the Los Angeles Public Library is her home away from home. Beyond the high metal gates, past the Children’s Courtyard with its lotus flower fountain and bas-reliefs of Robin Hood, the Cat and