2005
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Match Point

London Calling, With Luck, Lust and Ambition By A. O. SCOTT New York Times, December 28, 2005 Because Woody Allen’s early films are about as funny as any ever made, it is often assumed that his temperament is essentially comic, which leads to all manner of disappointment and misunderstanding. Now and then, Mr. Allen tries to clear up the confusion, insisting, sometimes elegantly and sometimes a little too baldly, that his view of the world is essentially nihilistic. He has announced, in movie after movie, an absolute lack of...

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Signed to new project

There are some wonderful podcasts that have been posted on the official website for “Match Point”, featuring more interviews with Jonathan and his co-stars (thanks Shelia). Be sure to check them out! And some good news to report! Jonathan has been offered and accepted a role in “August Rush”, a film set in New York City and to be directed by Kirsten Sheridan. Filming begins next year in New York and co-stars Freddie Highmore and Robin Williams. “August Rush” is a fantasy love story set in Central Park, where...

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Premiere of Match Point

Jonathan attended the premiere of “Match Point” in Rome last night and did a press call today for the film. MTV.com has a great interview up with Jonathan and Scarlett Johansson. Entertainment Tonight is going to air a story on “Match Point” featuring Scarlett and Jonathan tonight! Check your local listings to find out when the show airs.

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Esquire, TV, awards

Jonathan is featured in a huge photo spread in the new issue of Esquire magazine (the January 2006 US issue). And he made another appearance with his “Match Point” co-star Scarlett Johansson in an interview on the Today Show’s Saturday edition this past weekend. And lastly, Jonathan has won Best Actor in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television at the 10th annual Satellite Awards. His co-star Randy Quaid won Best Supporting Actor and “Elvis” won Best Miniseries. Congratulations Jonathan!

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Match Point promotion

Jonathan was featured in the December 2 Evening Standard. And he recently made an appearance with his “Match Point” co-stars in an interview that aired on E! and had a brief appearance this morning on the Today Show with Al Roker. He also attended last night’s special screening of “Match Point” held at the Tribeca Grand.

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Match Point UK Premiere

“Match Point” will have it’s UK premiere in London (City of Westminster) this Sunday night and Jonathan will be in attendance. The premiere is being held at the Curzon Mayfair theatre.

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Golden Globe Nominations

The 2006 Golden Globe Award nominations were announced this morning. “Match Point” got nominated for Best Motion Picture – Drama, Best Director, Best Screenplay, and Best Supporting Actress (Scarlett Johansson). Jonathan got a nomination for Best Actor in a Mini-Series or TV Movie for “Elvis”! The Golden Globes will be presented live on January 16, 2006 8pm EST on NBC. And “Match Point” was named as one of the 10 best films of the year by the National Board of Review. In other exciting news, the teaser trailer for...

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Match Point premiere coverage

Coverage from the “Match Point” premiere may appear on various entertainment news programs this evening like Entertainment Tonight. Coming Soon has a very interesting interview with Jonathan and his co-star Scarlett Johansson. And you can enter to win free passes for an advanced screening of the film through L.A. radio station Indie 103.

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Match Point Los Angeles premiere

The Los Angeles premiere of “Match Point” is scheduled for tomorrow evening. Arrivals start at 7:15 pm and the premiere is being held at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) located at 5905 Wilshire Blvd. Jonathan is expected to attend along with director Woody Allen and his co-stars in the film.

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Evening Standard

Advantage Jonny By Edward Helmore Evening Standard, December 2, 2005 Born in poverty in Ireland, lost in drink on the set of ‘Alexander’, Jonathan Rhys-Meyers has turned a corner to work with Woody Allen and Tom Cruise. It’s time to clean up, he tells Edward Helmore. With a super-sized plate of scrambled eggs and side order of bacon untouched in front of him, Jonathan Rhys-Meyers is holding court on what must be every actor’s favourite subject — himself. He is an engaging character, easily charismatic enough to...

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