Emma Stone has revealed how she managed to do some raucous antics with her co-stars Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz on the previous path to make an unbridled brouhaha of a movie about Queen Anne.

Emma Stone has revealed how she managed to do some raucous antics with her co-stars Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz on the previous path to make an unbridled brouhaha of a movie about Queen Anne.

"It was a unique rehearsal process, where we were being ridiculous with each other … for two weeks," said the Oscar-winning star on work in The Favorite, directed by Yorgos Lanthimos.

Emma Stone has revealed how she managed to do some raucous antics with her co-stars Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz on the previous path to make an unbridled brouhaha of a movie about Queen Anne.

Emma Stone has revealed how she managed to do some raucous antics with her co-stars Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz on the previous path to make an unbridled brouhaha of a movie about Queen Anne.

The film, a mixture of reality and fiction, explores life in the court of Queen Anne, and the rivalry between two courtiers: Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough (played by Weisz) and the humble Abigail Masham (Stone), who begins with ruthless determination, supplant the duchess in the affections of the monarch. The performances run the gamut from delicious to delicious.

Stone, who won an Academy Award for best actress for La La Land, explained that the pre-filming preparations for the director were designed to make them feel relaxed and comfortable in each other's company.

"It was an interesting way to learn that we would be safe with each other," Stone said, mysteriously.

Lanthimos, who created The Lobster and The Killing of A Sacred Deer, added that the three main characters are "complex and complicated, and that at any time in the movie they may be doing things they do not necessarily expect from them."

The filmmaker was being wonderfully underestimated, because the events that occur in the image are so wonderfully perverse that a lot of his nonsense I can not describe in a family newspaper.

Let's say what Queen Anne and her ladies wanted, I'm sorry to wait, certainly not discussed in any of the history books I read at school.

Some of the "facts" (in the middle of fiction) in the film Film4 are mentioned in Anne's more academic biographies.

Olivia Colman (right), who won the best actress award at the Venice Film Festival for her portrayal of Anne, is now filming the third series of Netflix's hit The Crown, in which she plays Elizabeth II.

It will be screened at the BFI London Film Festival starting on October 18 and will have a general launch on January 1, 2019.

"I forgot some of the things we invented," Lanthimos told me loudly.

"Except that Anne really did not have rabbits."

In the film, the queen has a rabbit as a pet to represent each of her children who died. Conté 17. "We tried to make these women not one-dimensional," he added, "and you understand that they have gone through many things and then many more."

Stone joked that she and the other actresses were "mutually shocked" by what happened inside and outside of Anne's private apartments.

The actress of EE. UU He told me: "Your real story was not so perfect!" Henry VIII beheaded his wives.

"And there were certainly things that happened during other reigns that were violent and sexual."

Colman, who won the best actress award at the Venice Film Festival for her portrayal of Anne, is now filming the third series of Netflix's hit The Crown, in which she plays Elizabeth II. His work on The Crown will be aired on Netflix next fall.

I can not wait to see Colman's queens one after the other. There are limits, for reasons that will be clarified once you have seen The Favorite, to be vertiginous moments of discombobulation.

The acclaimed, unmissable Broadway musical, Dear Evan Hansen, has settled in a theater in the West End and will open its doors in November 2019.

The production company of the series, Stacey Mindich, told me that it was conquered by Cameron Mackintosh's Noel Coward Theater.

The production brand has a lot of blue, and Mrs. Mindich observed that, curiously, the coward has a blue stage door.

The beloved Evan Hansen, who won six Tony Awards last year, including Best Musical, is about a 17-year-old fictitious student who lives in an anonymous US city with his divorced mother.

The acclaimed, unmissable Broadway musical, Dear Evan Hansen, has settled in a theater in the West End and will open its doors in November 2019

The acclaimed, unmissable Broadway musical, Dear Evan Hansen, has settled in a theater in the West End and will open its doors in November 2019

The acclaimed, unmissable Broadway musical, Dear Evan Hansen, has settled in a theater in the West End and will open its doors in November 2019

Evan, a high school student, has a social anxiety disorder that gets worse when he becomes involved in the tragedy of another family after his teenage son commits suicide.

The show has a score by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, who also wrote the lyrics of the movie La La Land and the Hugh Jackman movie The Greatest Showman.

Its strength lies in the beautifully sensitive language used by Pasek, Paul and Steven Levenson, who wrote the program's book.

Evan sings about "waving through a window", but worries: "Is someone greeting me back?"

Her mother, Heidi, sings to make sure that "today will be a good day" for her son.

Producer Mindich said that she, director Michael Greif and the authors are "more committed than ever to make sure we have a British cast." . . We want the European public to feel that the actors are rooted in their world, "he told me, and said the casting (which will be blind to color) is still" open ", although he joked:" There are some suspects in London. I want to investigate & # 39;

One is Tyrone Huntley, who won awards for his performance as Judas in Jesus Christ's Superstar of open-air theater (I wrote about Huntley and Evan Hansen in March).

Mindich has seen a tape of Huntley singing the success Waving Through A Window, however, it is not known if the creative team has done it.

He said that "we will look everywhere," including open and closed casting calls, in addition to seeing "children who leave the university."

"It's so hard to find a young boy with resistance and vocal range and vulnerability," he added. "There is a particular joy in discovering someone new, and yet there is a particular consolation with someone who has experience, at the ripe age of 20 and many years."

A casting director from the United Kingdom will be hired at the end of next week and a task will be to review the videos sent from my scoop on Evan Hansen in March.

Mindich said that several young people had sent videos to his company and to the program's website, declaring: "I'm Evan Hansen."

The details of the tickets will be revealed soon. Register for information on DearEvan Hansen.com/London

Jones keeps up with current issues.

Felicity Jones has been monitoring the Supreme Court nomination hearings of Brett Kavanaugh.

She feels that, with the current political leaders in the US. UU., "There is not much hope at this time."

Part of the reason why the actress cares so much is because she plays the future Supreme Court judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a film called On the basis of sex.

Felicity Jones plays future Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a movie called On the Basis of Sex

Felicity Jones plays future Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a movie called On the Basis of Sex

Felicity Jones plays future Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a movie called On the Basis of Sex

"It's incredibly relevant, and I feel that Ruth brings hope, she's someone who has real integrity, something we definitely lack," Mrs. Jones told me about the set of Tom Harper's movie, The Aeronauts, that he meets with Eddie Redmayne, his co-star in the award-winning The Theory Of Everything.

Jones described Ginsburg as a "true force" who maintained his beliefs "from the beginning."

As a lawyer in the 1970s, Ginsburg made the Supreme Court understand that there really was something like sex discrimination.

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Sian Brooke, Joshua McGuire and Alex Hassell, the central characters in the fascinating new political work of David Hare, I'm Not Running, which are presented at the National Theater.

Directed by Neil Armfield, it is a powerful piece about a doctor (Brooke, right) who leads a hospital campaign in Corby that gives her a national political reputation, to the chagrin of a former boyfriend (Hassell) who aspires to lead the Labor Party .

Sian Brooke, Joshua McGuire and Alex Hassell, the central characters of David Hare's fascinating new political work, I'm Not Running, at the National Theater

Sian Brooke, Joshua McGuire and Alex Hassell, the central characters of David Hare's fascinating new political work, I'm Not Running, at the National Theater

Sian Brooke, Joshua McGuire and Alex Hassell, the central characters of David Hare's fascinating new political work, I'm Not Running, at the National Theater

The doctor is helped by a communications chemist played by McGuire. I got hooked on every word because it was a fiction that wanted to be real.

John Macmillan, Hayley Squires, David Suchet and Russell Tovey, all of them in top form in the production of director Jamie Lloyd of The Lover and The Collection – the second part of the Harold Pinter season at the Harold Pinter Theater, under the Pinter banner At The Pinter.

I had a great time, although they sold me an unreliable ticket. When I complained, the person at the ticket office trilled: "Well, the seat is not directly behind the pillar". True. It was a deleted seat.

Lloyd has made sure there are plenty of low-priced seats, but the owners of the Ambassador Theater Group theater have a great deal of high-priced tickets that include ice cream and bubbly, whether they want the damn things or not. I was pretty angry. But I must thank Lloyd for helping find a better seat (the same price) and provide a good double bill.

Greengrass finds hope in tragedy

The famous filmmaker Paul Greengrass said all his films, including Bloody Sunday, United 93, Green Zone, Captain Phillips, Bourne films and his latest film on July 22, about the murder of 77 people by far-right terrorist Anders Breivik, they are related.

"The facts and the fictitious ones are related to what I did in World In Action," he said, referring to the historic series of weekly documentaries in Granada where he had his start, of 22 years.

The famous filmmaker Paul Greengrass said all his films, including Bloody Sunday, United 93, Green Zone, Captain Phillips, Bourne films and his latest film on July 22, about the murder of 77 people by far-right terrorist Anders Breivik, they are related

The famous filmmaker Paul Greengrass said all his films, including Bloody Sunday, United 93, Green Zone, Captain Phillips, Bourne films and his latest film on July 22, about the murder of 77 people by far-right terrorist Anders Breivik, they are related

The famous filmmaker Paul Greengrass said all his films, including Bloody Sunday, United 93, Green Zone, Captain Phillips, Bourne films and his latest film on July 22, about the murder of 77 people by far-right terrorist Anders Breivik, they are related

"The job was to go out into the world and observe," he told me, adding that he applies the same disciplines in his great Hollywood thrillers and in more intimate films, such as July 22, which he filmed on Norwegian locations using a whole . Norwegian cast and crew.

Greengrass read the testimony of murderer Anders Behring Breivik and met with Jens Stoltenberg, Norway's prime minister at the time of the 2011 massacre.

"I went to ask him if he thought it was an inappropriate idea to make the film, he needed a cautious reading of the situation, you do not want to get into the tragedy of the people and get in, frankly."

The film concentrates so much on the survivors, particularly on the student Viljar Hanssen (played by Jonas Strand Gravli), as the murderer.

The film concentrates so much on the survivors, particularly on the student Viljar Hanssen (played by Jonas Strand Gravli), as the murderer.

The film concentrates so much on the survivors, particularly on the student Viljar Hanssen (played by Jonas Strand Gravli), as the murderer.

Stoltenberg gave him the green light, as did the families of the murdered and the survivors.

Greengrass opted to make the film in English, after the actors told him that the Norwegians are bilingual. "I do not speak a word of Norwegian, so it was easy."

The film concentrates so much on the survivors, particularly on the student Viljar Hanssen (played by Jonas Strand Gravli), as on the murderer. Their voices are a powerful counterpoint to Breivik's hatred.

It serves as a warning of what can happen when populism and nationalist ideology get out of control. But it is also a masterpiece on how the love of family and friends can conquer hatred.

Netflix will be aired on July 22 from October 10, when it will also be released in 12 Curzon cinemas in the United Kingdom.

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