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Aug 2018
Articles & Interviews, Die Another Day  •  By  •  0 Comments

In an interview with Audible Rosamund shared her Bond audition experience with Audible as well as her opinion on a female Bond. DigitalSpy bundled the quotes into an article which you can check out below!

Rosamund Pike has proven she’s the perfect candidate for a female Bond once more, after revealing she once refused to strip to her underwear for an audition but got the part anyway.

The Gone Girl actress, who is no stranger to James Bond, remembered in an Audible Session that the dress she took with her to her Die Another Day audition was way off the mark.

“[The costume designer] said, ‘That’s a very beautiful dress, but in Bond films we wear things a little more like this’, and he held up three pieces of string,” she explained.

“I realised I was way out of my depth… So I put on this shimmering sheath, or whatever the order of the day was, but I didn’t drop it.”

Reflecting on her “presence of mind” at the time, the actress said she ‘admired herself’: “I just thought, ‘Actually sod that. If they’re gonna see me in my underwear, they better give me the job’.

“I thought, ‘There’s no way I’m going to take off a dress in the audition for this tape to be sent around Los Angeles and to be judged on that’.”

While Rosamund‘s Bond experience didn’t get off to most ideal start, the actress is still more than happy to entertain the idea of expanding on her role as Bond Girl Miranda Frost.

Arguing the case for creating a separate female agent, rather than simply re-casting 007 as a woman, Rosamund said: “Why should she have once been a man and now it has to be played by a woman? Why not make a kick-ass female agent in her own right?

“You can’t always just flip it and just say, ‘Oh, she’s a woman now’. I mean, that’s to underestimate a woman entirely I think.”

As well as suggesting giving a Bond Girl her own story, Rosamund put herself forward to play a so-called female Bond. “Make an unexpected, unapologetic, kick-ass, amazing female agent and yes, I’ll play her,” she said.

Make it happen, Hollywood.

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Aug 2018
New Projects, Sense and Sensibility (audio book)  •  By  •  0 Comments

Three years after narrating “Pride and Prejudice” for Audible Rosamund is back with another Austen classic, “Sense and Sensibility”. Rosamund’s narrated version is now available on Audible. Be sure to check out the behind the scenes video below or in our video archive.

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Aug 2018
Posters, Production Stills, Screen Captures, The Human Voice  •  By  •  0 Comments

I’ve added blu-ray quality screen captures from Rosamund short film “The Human Voice” to our gallery. Be sure to check them out. The film is available on Youtube and we’ve put a link up in our video archive so be sure to check it out!

Film Productions > The Human Voice (2018) > Posters & Cover Art
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Film Productions > The Human Voice (2018) > Blu-Ray Captures
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Aug 2018
Beirut, Screen Captures  •  By  •  0 Comments

I’ve added blu-ray quality screen captures from Rosamund film “Beirut” to our gallery. Be sure to check them out. The film is available of Blu-Ray and DVD.

Film Productions > Beirut (2018) > Blu-Ray Captures
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Aug 2018
A Private War, Production Stills  •  By  •  0 Comments

Entertainment Weekly has released the first production still from Rosamund upcoming film “A Private War”. Be sure to check it out in our gallery. “A Private War” is set to have a limited release November 2.

Screening A Private War for the siblings of slain war correspondent Marie Colvin was like making it “across the final frontier” for Rosamund Pike. Portraying the Sunday Times journalist who died reporting in Homs, Syria in 2012, Gone Girl‘s Oscar nominee says family and friends “were understandably quite suspicious of having their friend committed to film in this way” — especially after a certain “unhelpful article” about the Colvins distancing themselves from the biopic came out six months before production began.

“There’s nothing fraudulent about what we did,” Pike tells EW over the phone from London. “I think that’s a huge credit to [director] Matthew [Heineman]. I think we captured it as nearly you can — the truth — without it being an actual documentary.”

Pike can be seen playing Colvin in EW’s exclusive first look photo of A Private War, which also sees Jamie Dornan (Fifty Shades of Grey) as Colvin’s journalistic comrade in arms, photographer Paul Conroy.

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Jul 2018
Entebbe, Screen Captures  •  By  •  0 Comments

I’ve added blu-ray quality screen captures from Rosamund film “Entebbe” (also known as “7 Days in Entebbe”) to our gallery. Be sure to check them out. The film is available of Blu-Ray and DVD.

Film Productions > Entebbe (2018) > Blu-Ray Captures
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Jul 2018
New Projects, State of the Union  •  By  •  0 Comments

Variety is reporting that Rosamund is set to star in a 10-part short-form series for SundanceTV called “State of the Union” alongside Chris O’Dowd.

Sundance TV has greenlit “State of the Union,” a 10-part short-form series from “High Fidelity” author Nick Hornby about a couple in therapy.

Each installment will run to 10 minutes and star the couple, who meet in a pub immediately before their weekly marital therapy session. With each episode, what their lives were, what drew them together, and what has started to pull them apart is revealed.

Rosamund Pike (“Gone Girl”) plays Louise, and Chris O’Dowd (“Bridesmaids”) her husband, Tom. “Top of the Lake” producer See-Saw Films will make the show for Sundance and its streaming and on-demand service Sundance Now. Film and TV director Stephen Frears, fresh off the success of “A Very English Scandal,” is also on board. He will direct and executive produce.

“I first met Stephen when he directed ‘High Fidelity,’ Rosamund when she revealed her wonderful comic talent in ‘An Education,’ and Chris when he made the forthcoming ‘Juliet, Naked,’ and I think they will make a tremendous team,” Hornby said. “‘State of the Union’ is an unusual project, so it’s all the more gratifying that we have managed to attract talent of this magnitude.”

Jamie Laurenson and Hakan Kousetta run See-Saw’s TV division and are also among the exec producers. “The short-form series has given Nick the freedom to explore a marriage in crisis which manages to be both funny and touching in equal measure,” they said in a statement.

The series will shoot in London this summer. Amy Jackson will produce the series for See-Saw. Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, and Hornby are exec producing, and Kristin Jones, EVP of international programming for AMC and SundanceTV, are overseeing it for Sundance TV.