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Sep 2018
Public Appearances  •  By  •  0 Comments

Rosamund attended the DIRECTV House presented by AT&T during Toronto International Film Festival earlier this week. A few photos of her during the event have been added to our gallery.

Sep 2018
New Projects, The Banker's Wife  •  By  •  0 Comments

Deadline is reporting that Rosamund is set to star in and executive produce the drama series “The Banker’s Wife”.

Oscar nominee Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl) is set to star in and executive produce The Banker’s Wife, a high stakes international thriller drama series based on Cristina Alger’s book. The project, from Federation Entertainment (Marseille) and producer Sherry Marsh (Pose), also has brought on board top TV writer-creator Meredith Stiehm and top TV director Lesli Linka Glatter.

Stiehm will adapt the novel and executive produce, Glatter will direct and executive produce. The two reunite after working together on Showtime’s Homeland where Stiehm was an executive producer and Glatter is currently an executive producer.

Federation Entertainment, based in the U.S. and France, recently optioned The Banker’s Wife, which was released in early July by Putnam, and teamed with Pose and Vikings exec producer Marsh to develop a drama based on the novel.

Federation Entertainment’s boss Pascal Breton and U.S. chief Ashley Stern will exec produce the English-language series alongside Marsh via her Marsh Productions and Entertainment. The pitch for the female protagonist project with an all-female creative team is being taken out to cable and streaming networks.

The Banker’s Wife is set in the world of global finance from Geneva to Paris, London and New York. It is about two women racing for answers when a mysterious plane crash sets them off on parallel pursuits of truth.

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Sep 2018
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The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that at the very last minute “A Private War” has replaced “Galveston” at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film is set to have its world premiere during TIFF on September 14.

The Toronto Film Festival on Tuesday said it has removed Galveston, starring Ben Foster and Elle Fanning, from its gala lineup after “work commitments” kept director Melanie Laurent and her cast from traveling to Toronto for a Canadian premiere.

TIFF instead has booked A Private War, starring Rosamund Pike and Jamie Dornan, as a replacement in the prized Roy Thomson Hall slot.

“We have recently learned the director and cast for Galveston are no longer available to attend the Canadian Premiere in Toronto due to work commitments. Our gala presentations require filmmaker and key cast to be present at the premiere screening at Roy Thomson Hall, and unfortunately we cannot move forward with Galveston in this selection,” the festival said in a statement.

TIFF booked Matthew Heineman’s A Private War, a biopic based on the true-life story of war correspondent Marie Colvin, for a world premiere Friday, Sept. 14, in Roy Thomson Hall, to replace Galveston. The TIFF bow will come ahead of A Private War opening in U.S. theaters Nov. 2.

Gone Girl showed the fire Rosamund Pike can bring to the big screen, and we’re thrilled to give Toronto audiences the first chance to see Pike play the complex, real-life hero Marie Colvin in one of her strongest performances ever,” said Cameron Bailey, TIFF artistic director, in a statement.

Galveston, based on the novel from True Detective creator Nic Pizzolatto and featuring Foster and Fanning as strangers on the run in Laurent’s English-language directing debut, had its world premiere at SXSW.

The 43rd Toronto Film Festival is set to run Sept. 6-16.

Aug 2018
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The first trailer for Rosamund’s upcoming film “A Private War” has been released. The film is set to have its U.S. premiere during Mill Valley Film Festival next month and will open in Los Angeles and New York November 2. It will have a nation wide launch November 16.

Aug 2018
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Variety is reporting that Rosamund’s upcoming film “A Private War” is set to be one of the two opening night films of the Mill Valley Film Festival. This will mark the U.S. premiere and Rosamund is expected to attend.

Rosamund Pike’s “A Private War” has been selected as one of two opening night movies at the Mill Valley Film Festival on Oct. 4, Variety has learned exclusively.

Pike and director Matthew Heineman are expected to attend the event, which mark be the U.S. premiere for “A Private War,” at the Marin Country Mart. The festival, now in its 41st year, will run through Oct. 14.

“A Private War” chronicles the life of the late American-born British war reporter Marie Colvin, portrayed by Pike, and is based on Marie Brenner’s 2012 Vanity Fair article “Marie Colvin’s Private War.” Colvin died in 2012 while covering the siege at Homs in Syria.

Aviron Pictures plans to release “A Private War” on Nov. 2 in Los Angeles and New York, with a Nov. 16 wide launch. The cast includes Jamie Dornan, Stanley Tucci, and Tom Hollander. Producers are Basil Iwanyk, Marissa McMahon, Matthew George, Charlize Theron and Heineman.

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.

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Aug 2018
New Projects, Sense and Sensibility (audio book)  •  By  •  1 Comment

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.