Yesterday Rosamund attended the premiere of her movie Hector and the Search for Happiness during the Toronto International Film Festival. She looked stunning in a short white dress.
Yesterday Rosamund was spotted at the Variety Studio Presented By Moroccanoil At Holt Renfrew during Toronto International Film Festival. She is in town to promote Hector and the Search for Happiness which will premiere at the festival later today. I’ve added 2 photos of our girl at the event to our gallery.
What We Did On Our Holiday will have a exclusive screening at Kirkcaldy Film Festival on September 21. This will be your first chance to watch the movie. Go to onfife.com to buy tickets!
Outnumbered creators Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin have been far fromidle since the series ended recently; What We Did On Our Holiday tells a tale of the entanglements that ensue when Doug (David Tennant), Abi (Rosamund Pike) and their three children head to the Scottish highlands for grandpa Gordie’s (Billy Connolly) birthday party.
No one in recent years has nailed the inner dynamics of family life with quite as much comic accuracy as these guys, and they’ve done it again, this time on the big screen, in true heart-warming fashion.
Some outtakes from the photoshoot Rosamund did for the British Vogue have been released and I’ve added them to our gallery. The shoot is absolutely stunning!
Actress Rosamund Pike makes her British Vogue cover debut for the October 2014 issue.
Photographed by Alasdair McLellan and styled by Kate Phelan, the mother-to-be talks to Christa D’Souza about how she went from Oxford graduate to Bond Girl to the lead role in the forthcoming – and eagerly anticipated – adaptation of Gone Girl opposite Ben Affleck.
Pike will have company this month, as the issue is accompanied by the third issue of Miss Vogue.
Mia Hansen-Love’s “Eden,” David Fincher’s “Gone Girl” and Theodore Melfi’s “St. Vincent” are among the 30 films set to unspool at Zurich Film Festival’s Gala Premiere section.
Based on Gillian Flynn’s crime bestseller, “Gone Girl” is a psychological thriller turning on a man (Ben Affleck) whose wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike) has gone missing on their fifth wedding anniversary. The Twentieth Century Fox movie will have its world premiere at the opening of New York film fest.
Zurich’s eclectic Gala lineup also includes “The Equalizer,” “Good Kill,” “Im Keller” and “The New Girlfriend.”
Rosamund Pike has said she feels privileged to be voicing Lady Penelope in a new version of Thunderbirds because she was such a fan as a child.
The World’s End star is taking on the role for upcoming TV series Thunderbirds Are Go!, a reboot of the original, due to air from 2015.
She said it was another great role to tick off her list: “It’s such a treat. I watched Thunderbirds as a child and to get to play someone as iconic as Lady Penelope, I’ve played a Bond girl and now I’m getting to play Lady Penelope. I feel really very lucky.”
Rosamund added of her co-stars: “There are some of the boys who are playing the Tracy brothers who grew up and cannot believe that they’re playing Scott or Alan Tracy now. You couldn’t have told their 13-year-old selves that that was going to be the case.”
She is also about to star as the lead character in the film adaptation of Gone Girl, a dark thriller about a missing woman, and said the Thunderbirds role would offer her young son the chance to see some of her work.
She explained: “Yes, of course I want to do something that my son can enjoy, because he’s certainly not going to be able to watch Gone Girl.”
Rosamund can next be seen in comedy Hector and the Search for Happiness opposite Simon Pegg, due to be released in cinemas on August 15.