“Perod costumes? It wasn´t the first time. It´s part of being an actor dressing up. The costumes were made exactly as they were at that time. They were great, make you walk and move in the right way.”
TIFF 2012: On the red carpet of Anna Karenina premiere [x]
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As always during Keeley Hawes’ interviews, we learn more small things about Matthew Macfadyen. Here are the excerpts from her Telegraph interview that are related to Matthew. You can go read the full interview in clicking on the title of this post!
How often do you travel?
I travel a lot for work and also with my family. We have just been to Egypt for a week during the Easter holidays, which was just perfect, really. It was a bit tricky going on long flights when the kids were younger but now they’re 12, eight and six it’s getting easier.
Do you travel to exotic locations for work?
I tend to get Cardiff and Belfast, although I was in Bursa in Turkey recently filming the new David Mitchell and Robert Webb drama, Our Men, and that was a lovely experience. I got a chance to go for a wander and the people are incredibly friendly and the food was great. Matthew [husband, actor Matthew Macfadyen] tends to do the longer trips abroad in more glamorous locations.
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seriously, can he be any more adorable, fantastic, gorgeous? *fangirl mode* his voice u_U
The cast of Little Dorrit talk to whatsontv.co.uk about their characters in the BBC adaption of the Charles Dickens novel
“I’m going to play Darcy as a droopy cartoon dog which won’t be difficult, because that’s what I look like!”.Then he laughs, which is something that Mr. Darcy would never do. At least not in public.
Stars tell us how to train like a Musketeer
“And I remember just nodding my head and thinking I don’t know how the hell I’m going to this.”
“Oh! The little California boy! I saw him once or twice.”
Their sense of humor…