From the Vancouver Sun comes news that “The Tudors” will air this fall as part of the CBC schedule in Canada. Recent articles and blogs related to “The Tudors” and all that Emmy buzz: Hank, you sexy devil! The King of Showtime In Contention: Drama Emmy alert: what to watch on TV Should Jonathan Rhys Meyers switch to episode #108? Or #107? Yesterday’s edition of Daily Variety has “The Tudors” boldly featured on the cover with a dvd inside containing the last 4 episodes of the series! And some...
“Elvis” is reairing on Showtime this Sunday at 6 pm. Be sure to check local listings for exact showtimes in your area. Showtime is also having a marathon of “The Tudors” starting Sunday at 10 pm. And Hugo Boss has put up a US website and UK website with a different version of Jonathan’s ad, behind the scenes photos, and a hot featurette on the making of the ad. Be sure to check it out (both versions of the website are a little different.)
According to AMC Pictures, Jonathan is no longer attached to “Brontë”. No further details are none at this time. You have the opportunity to give Showtime feedback about “The Tudors”. Fill out the survey online.
Added 35 images to the Gallery (which has now hit over 2 million views!): “AngloMania” Met Costume Institute Gala (+2) Entertainment Weekly Pre-Emmy party (+1) N.E.R.D. aftershow party (+2) Nylon Guys Summer Issue party (+10) Women to Women book launch party (+3) Alexander premiere (+5) British Fashion Awards (+8) B. Monkey (+1) Mission: Impossible III (+3)
According to AMC Pictures, “Brontë” has changed directors and a few cast members, but is scheduled to start production on August 28, 2007. Jonathan is still attached but has new co-stars in Bryce Dallas Howard and Evan Rachel Wood and new director Charles Sturridge. Thanks to Mouret and BrontëBlog for this new information.
According to a press release from Jack’s Mannequin, Jonathan was honored last night by making the 2nd Annual “30 Under 30″ list, presented by Entertainment Tonight. The awards honor entertainers and entrepreneurs for their achievements before the age of 30. The committee that picked the winners included MTV, Fox Searchlight, and Showtime. I have not found any coverage on Entertainment Tonight yet. Jonathan of course did not attend this event.