Rachel visited Live with Regis & Kelly to talk about “Morning Glory” which hits theaters in two days on november 10. You can watch the interview in our media archive, and stay tuned for the screencaptures! The premiere of the movie was yesterday and the segment of the Today Show aired also this morning.
Update: First link and video didn’t work completely but I added the full version in our gallery. Links are fixed!
Interviews > Interviews: Live with Regis And Kelly 11/08/2010
Rachel was seen out in New York for the promotion event of ‘Morning Glory‘ which hits theaters in the US (wide) november 10th. Rachel already visited the Today Show and attended the New York premiere of the movie.
This morning she visited Regis & Kelly and did some other promotion for the film. Candids of Rachel walking in New York looking really amazing are added in our gallery. Links and previews are below:
Candids > Out in New York for the promotion of ‘Morning Glory’ – 11/08
Rachel visited the Today Show to talk about “Morning Glory” which hits theaters in two days on november 10. The interview was pre-recorded but it aired this morning. You can watch the interview in our media archive, and stay tuned for the screencaptures!
Interviews > Interviews: Today Show 11/08/2010
Rachel recently talked, via the phone, to the website Canoe Canada to talk about her upcoming ‘Morning Glory‘. She was in Oklahoma to film the still untitled Terrence Malick project (so I guess it’s officially confirmed she is part of the cast). It’s a really good and fun interview, the excerpt can be found below and be sure to read the full interview in our press archive.
You’re going to be seeing a lot of Rachel McAdams.
This is a good thing.
McAdams, 32, has just finished filming one movie and has already begun working on the next, and there are two or three others in the pipeline that will keep her front and centre in theatres through 2012.
On Wednesday, when the comedy Morning Glory opens, many are predicting that it will be the film to launch McAdams into the stratosphere.
As Becky Fuller, a bright young producer hoping to fix a stale morning news show, McAdams is the centre of a smart, funny movie about TV and towering egos. And she holds her own in a cast that includes Harrison Ford and Diane Keaton as the cranky, argumentative news anchors McAdams has to whip into shape.
Read full interview