early Emmy news

For the first time, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has announced the top 10 finalists for Best Drama and Best Comedy series. In previous years, lists would leak based on insider information and speculation. This year, the Academy has officially released the list. “The Tudors” has made it to the top 10 list for Best Drama series for the first time. It was widely known that it did not make the top 10 list last year. This weekend, the top 10 list will be whittled down to...


Gallery Update

Added 38 images to the Gallery in four new albums: Not Another Burns’ Night charity dinner (+5) “Superheroes” Met Costume Institute Gala (+10) Raisa Gorbachev Foundation party (+16) Monte Carlo TV Festival Golden Nymph Awards (+7)


August Rush nominated

The 2008 Teen Choice Awards nominees were announced today and “August Rush” received a nod for Choice Movie: Drama. It’s up against “21”, “Into the Wild”, “Step Up 2: The Streets” and “Stop-Loss”. Keri Russell was also nominated for Choice Movie Actress: Drama for her role in “August Rush”. You can vote online at TeenChoiceAwards.com.


Golden Award for Jonathan!

Jonathan won and accepted a Best Drama Actor Golden Nymph Award yesterday in Monte Carlo for his work on “The Tudors.” The annual Golden Nymph awards ceremony was held last night and was part of the 48th Monte Carlo Television Festival. The event’s president, Prince Albert of Monaco, was in attendance. He was also recently seen attending the Raisa Gorbachev Foundation Party in London on June 7. Filming for the 3rd season of “The Tudors” is expected to begin in the coming week. Production will again be based in...


Los Angeles Times

Jonathan Rhys Meyers: Creating a king By Denise Martin Los Angeles Time, June 4, 2008 Jonathan Rhys Meyers gives King Henry VIII chiseled good looks and an intensity to boot. BY NOW, it’s hard not to think of Henry VIII as the smoldering monarch. As played by Jonathan Rhys Meyers in Showtime’s “The Tudors,” young Henry may as well be a rock star. This king’s got chiseled cheekbones, a protruding pout, piercing blue eyes and a vigorous sex life — Henry and second wife Anne Boleyn claw lustfully at...


Update on TV alerts

Jonathan is no longer listed as a guest on this Friday’s episode of the Ellen Show. He is still set to be a guest on Conan O’Brien Tuesday night, and Regis & Kelly, Monday morning. According to Showtime Watch, Jonathan may also be making an appearance on Good Morning America tomorrow morning. Update: Jonathan was not on the Regis & Kelly show this morning and is no longer listed as a guest for Conan. No word on why he’s missed out on these appearances to promote “The Children of...


Next project?

A project long ago speculated about has been brought up again as Jonathan’s possible next project after “Shelter” (and before season 3 of “The Tudors” starts filming.) A recent article about Malcolm McDowell reports: Like Travis, McDowell has proved a resilient soul, and his fortunes have revived in recent years. It is now more than 20 years since he last smoked a cigarette, drank alcohol or did drugs. He recently began work on an adaptation of the Thomas Mann novella Mario and the Magician by the Get Carter director...


Los Angeles premiere

Very last minute notice but “The Children of Huang Shi” is having a premiere at the Landmark Theatres in Los Angeles this evening at 7:30pm. Giant Robot was offering free tickets to the premiere and post-screening reception. No word on what cast will be in attendance, but Jonathan should be in Los Angeles right now for the taping of Ellen and press junkets, and may attend along with director Roger Spottiswoode. The film will be premiering in Australia, under the title of “Children of the Silk Road” on June...


Shelter details

Details on “Shelter”, which wrapped yesterday in Pittsburgh: Super scary ‘Shelter’ wrapping up here today Tuesday, May 13, 2008 By Barbara Vancheri, Leave it to the Swedes. Bjorn Stein and Mans Marlind have found a civilized, common-sense way to make a movie: by co-directing it. They flip a coin to see who gets the first day and take turns from there. They do all the pre-production and post-production together, but each directs every other day and serves as “best buddy” on the off days. That is how they’ve been...


Children of Huang Shi benefit premiere

The American Red Cross of Greater New York is holding a special premiere of “The Children of Huang Shi” on Sunday, May 18 at 6:30pm at the DGA Theatre (110 W. 57th St.) There will be a pre-screening reception with director and cast and post screening reception. You can learn more on the NY Red Cross website, where you can also purchase tickets (starting at $100/ticket.) The premiere is being held to benefit Red Cross volunteer recruitment and preparedness training in “at risk” communities in New York City. Additionally,...

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