We would like to remind you that Rachel’s 2014 Canada Walk Of Fame Induction show airs today at 8 PM ET/PT at Global (Canada) or check your local listings for the time. Rachel received her star earlier this year during the induction ceremony alongside fellow Canadians Louise Arbour, The Band, Jeff Heayley, Ryan Reynolds, and Hayley Wickenheiser. You can head over to their official website to find out more information: CanadaWalkOfFame.com.
Rachel’s 2014 Canada Walk Of Fame Induction Ceremony will air this Friday, December 19 on Global TV in Canada. Entertainment Tonight Canada is celebrating the award show by airing their backstage interviews with the inductees this week. Rachel’s interview aired last night and we have added it in our video archive as well as the promotional videos for the show.
Be sure to head over to CanadaWalkOfFame.com for more information about the induction show and tune it this week to ET Canada for their coverage and on Friday to see the full show!
Warner Bros Japan released the first (teaser) trailers for “The Little Prince“. The teaser has Japanese voice-over but the trailer features the original English cast including the first voice-work by Rachel as The Mother! We have added both trailers in our video archive. The official Japanese website is also live to be sure to visit it: LittlePrince.jp. Many thanks to my friend Nick for the heads up!
The movie will be released on October 7, 2015 in France, Christmas 2015 in Canada and December 2015 in Japan. No word yet on the US/UK released date but Paramount US will release the official US trailer tomorrow.
Yahoo! Canada released the original English version of “The Little Prince” trailer. The trailer seems to feature voice work by Rachel’s co-stars Mackenzie Foy (The Little Girl), Jeff Bridges (The Aviator), and Riley Osborne (The Little Prince). Yahoo! is also reporting a Christmas 2015 release for Canada and the official plot can be found below. Rachel will voice The Mother in the original English version. The movie is expected to be released October 7, 2015 in France and no UK/US release date has been announced. Many thanks to my friend Wendy for helping out!
Official Plot: Rediscover one of the most beloved stories of all time. From Mark Osborne, Academy Award® nominated director of Kung Fu Panda, comes the first ever animated feature film adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s iconic masterpiece, The Little Prince. At the heart of it all is The Little Girl (Mackenzie Foy), who’s being prepared by her mother (Rachel McAdams) for the very grownup world in which they live – only to be interrupted by her eccentric, kindhearted neighbor, The Aviator (Jeff Bridges). The Aviator introduces his new friend to an extraordinary world where anything is possible. A world that he himself was initiated into long ago by The Little Prince (newcomer Riley Osborne). It’s here that The Little Girl’s magical and emotional journey into her own imagination – and into the universe of The Little Prince – begins. And it’s where The Little Girl rediscovers her childhood and learns that ultimately, it’s human connections that matter most, and that what’s truly essential can only be seen with the heart. Also starring: Marion Cotillard, James Franco, Paul Rudd, Benicio del Toro, Paul Giamatti, Ricky Gervais, Albert Brooks, Bud Cort.
Paramount France released the first French (teaser) trailer for “The Little Prince” (‘Le Petit Prince’) earlier today. Rachel is part of the English voice cast but we decided to share this version with you as well because it gives a good impression of the film. We have added the trailer in our media archive, you can watch it directly below or by heading over to our media site. We think we have spotted Rachel’s character around the 00:04 mark.
French Synopsis (via Google Translator): This is the story of a story. This is the story of a little girl, fearless and curious, who lives in a world of adults. This is the story of an aviator, eccentric and mischievous, who never really grew up. This is the story of the Little Prince that will bring them together in an extraordinary adventure.
Be sure to ‘Like’ the official French Facebook page of the movie and we hope an English trailer will be released soon as well.
We have a real treat for you today. We have added some additional coverage of a TV appearance Rachel to promote “Morning Glory” alongside co-star Patrick Wilson back in 2011. We recently came across the full interview which we weren’t able to track down until now. The video has been added in our video archive. The quality isn’t great, but you can still enjoy the fun interview. We also added some unseen stills of Rachel & Patrick’s appearance which can be found in our gallery.
The National Board of Review announces their 2014 winners and “A Most Wanted Man” is named one of their Top 10 Independent Films. The complete list with winners can be found at NationalBoardOfReviews.org.
Top 10 Independent Films: Blue Ruin, Locke, A Most Wanted Man, Mr. Turner, Obvious Child, The Skeleton Twins, Snowpiercer, Stand Clear of the Closing Doors, Starred Up, Still Alice
The National Board of Review honors diverse members of the film community at their annual Awards Gala, which also acts as a fundraiser for student grant philanthropy. Hosted by Lara Spencer, this year’s gala will take place on January 6, 2015 at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City.
Congratulations to Rachel and the cast and crew!
The Boston Globe released a very interesting article on the filming of “Spotlight” which also includes essays written by Walter V. Robinson, Michael Rezendes and Sacha Pfeiffer who will be portrayed by Michael Keaton, Mark Ruffalo and Rachel. We have added the new on set still in our gallery. Pfeiffer’s essay on working with Rachel has been added in our press archive. “Spotlight” wrapped up filming earlier this month and is expected to be released in 2015.
‘Rachel [McAdams] has asked me how long I kept my fingernails. What size Post-it Notes I preferred.’
By Sacha Pfeiffer | Globe Staff
During dinner at a downtown Boston restaurant, on an evening that was already feeling surreal — Rachel McAdams by my side, offering tastes of her branzino, Mark Ruffalo across from me, telling rip-roaring stories about his bartending days — Rachel leaned over and gestured to my right hand.
“You’re wearing a ring you didn’t mention,” she whispered, with a tinge of surprise. I followed her glance to a small gold band on my pinky finger, a long-ago gift from a dear friend. Rachel was right: Weeks earlier, when she’d asked me what jewelry I wore in 2001, I’d forgotten about that tiny ring. And because she is trying to look, act, and even think like I did 13 years ago to play me in the upcoming “Spotlight” movie, the omission caught her eye.
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Rachel has donated a pair of her shoes to the ‘Small Steps Project‘. The project is hosting an celebrity shoe auction. Small Steps Project is a humanitarian organisation and UK registered charity supporting children and their families on rubbish dumps. Rachel has donated a white pair of Miu Miu shoes which are signed. She previously donated Prada shoes in 2013. An excerpt from the press release:
Stars have donated their signed shoes and are using their celebrity status to raise funds & awareness for Small Steps Project, a charity supporting children living on landfill sites. The Finale is now LIVE! The public are placing bids on shoes worn by by a whole host of stars.
Rachel’s auction lot closes on Sunday, 30th November and you can find her auction page by going to SmallStepsProject.org and be sure to head over to her Ebay auction page. To find out more information about the charity be sure to head over to SmallStepsProject.org. You can also follow their official social media accounts: Twitter @SmallStepsdocs, Instagram @smallstepsproject, and Facebook /SmallStepsProject. You can also help spread the word by using the #celebrityshoeauction hashtag.