1999 November
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Ride with the Devil press

Read about the making of “Ride with the Devil” at Pitch Weekly (thanks to Joanna for sending this info along). And the official site for Ride With The Devil is pretty much open now with hardly anything mentioned about Jonathan. It’s like he’s not even in the movie even though his part is much more than a supporting role. Pretty irking…

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Flaunt Magazine

Look for a great photo spread and interview with Jonathan in the November Flaunt Magazine.

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This is London

Check out Jonathan’s own take on “Ride With The Devil” and his role in it at thisislondon.com.

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Ride With The Devil premieres

The official site for Ride With The Devil will hopefully be opening soon as the November 24 limited release date draws near. “Ride With The Devil” premiered at the London Film Festival and has been getting all round rave reviews. The Irish Times mentioned that “effectively cast as the most dangerous and unhinged of them is the young Irish actor, Jonathan Rhys Meyers.” Currently, you can preorder a copy of The Art of Gormenghast online (you can order from the US or other places internationally through Amazon.co.uk). This book...

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Daily Mail

Many thanks to Lyle (and to Rebecca and Jain for first pointing it out) for typing up the Daily Mail article. It’s now been added to the Press section with images coming soon I hope. It’s quite an insightful interview, but keep in mind we all have bad days don’t we?

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Lots of Media Alerts

Lengthy article with new images in the UK’s Daily Mail Sunday Supplement recently. If I am able to get a hold of this, of course I’ll post this up. Jonny was on Film 99 being interviewed by Jonathan Ross on November 2 and tomorrow morning will appear on the Big Breakfast over in the UK on Channel 4. He will also make appearances on ITV’s Big Screen and London Tonight, SKY TV’s Barry Norman’s Film Night, Movie Babylon, Showbix Weekly, and Channel 4′s T4. If anyone from the UK...

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Flaunt

Jonny’s Wild Ride By Cheryl Chang Flaunt, November 1999 In five short years, after being discovered in a pool hall, Jonathan Rhys Meyers has risen from soup commericals auditions, to glam rock superstardom in Todd Haynes’s Velvet Goldmine. But unlike his fellow Brits du jour, Jonny would rather which his continued ascension in films like Ang Lee’s Ride With The Devil from the “golden evenings” of his home in Cork, Ireland than from the cold fluorescent lighting of a Hollywood office. He returns to the screen in...