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Photos Added

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)

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Brontë back on track

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.

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30 under 30 awards

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.

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Jonathan taking a break

According to People, Jonathan has entered a rehab facility. Jonathan Rhys Meyers Checks Into Rehab TUESDAY APRIL 24, 2007 01:00 AM EDT By Julie Jordan Jonathan Rhys Meyers, star of Showtime’s The Tudors, has entered a rehab facility, his rep tells PEOPLE exclusively. “After a non-stop succession of filming, Jonathan Rhys Meyers has entered an alcohol-treatment program,” rep Meredith O’Sullivan says. “He felt a break was needed to maintain his recovery.” The 29-year-old actor, who costarred with Scarlett Johansson in Woody Allen’s Match Point last year, plays Henry VIII...

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Tudors on the BBC

“The Tudors” has been picked up by the BBC for broadcasting this fall. From Digital Spy: The Tudors, a ten-part drama produced by Peace Arts and TM Productions in association with the CBC and Showtime, has been acquired by BBC Two for its Autumn schedule. Described by Sue Deeks, head of series at BBC Programme Acquisition, as “a lavish, highly entertaining and addictive historical drama which takes a fresh look at Henry VIII,” the show delivered record-breaking ratings for a series debut when it aired on US premium channel...

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