So to what inhuman lengths did Eddie Redmayne go to play Marius in the film? ,” the British actor joked to us last night at a party to celebrate and Chrysler, at Eveleigh restaurant in West Hollywood. And I don’t have go through the hideousness of being emaciated. ”Not to say that the actor—and one of his immediate family members— wasn’t obsessed with the production. Thanks.”In the end, Hooper’s dismissal probably worked out best for Eddie’s niece. filming the scene in which I’m in a sewer, being dragged by Hugh,” Redmayne recalls.
Sadoski, 40, last appeared on Broadway in Joe Mantello’s 2011 production of Other Desert Cities, starring Stockard Channing and Judith Light.
Sadoski won an Obie Award and Lucille Lortel Award for his performance in the play's Off-Broadway debut.
) and Thomas Sadoski (Other Desert Cities) played lovers in the 2015 run of The Way We Get By at Off-Broadway’s Second Stage.
(Sadoski was divorced from his wife of seven years, Kimberly Hope, in October 2015.) Now a representative for Sadoski confirms that the couple is engaged to be married, according to CBS News.
From there, she carried the adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' "Dear John" (2010) while taking risks with Atom Egoyan's erotic thriller "Cloe" (2010), both of which proved to be smart choices that kept audiences guessing what she would do next while foretelling more promising work to come.
Cosette's 27th birthday and, as we didn't see any pics of her unwrapping a Segway, we're guessing a wet one from Wolverine was the best present she received all night!
I asked where they were, and he said they were at the gym. “When I was auditioning for the part, I cared very much about getting [Marius]. But I’m not allowed to complain, because whatever I was going through, Hugh had to carry me through it.”Asked how they made light of the situation—slogging through sewage that production designer Eve Stewart has revealed was in fact facial mud— Redmayne revealed: “Well, the fact that we were singing while covered in shit was pretty funny. nothing close to what Anne did,” we discussed the extreme circumstances of the shoot with Hooper. I tried to make it seem as real as I could,” the Oscar-winning filmmaker said, before cheekily adding that it was not nearly as chilly or smelly as it would have been had the cast filmed on location in a real fish market or an actual sewer.
The constant singing was quite humorous himself.”After speaking to Amanda Seyfried—who told us that the extent of her weight-loss preparations for the film was “abstaining from alcohol and foods that were too creamy and sugary . As eager as Hooper had been to make the shoot feel real, however, even he agreed that Hathaway and Jackman went to ridiculous extremes.
Of the two, he said that Jackman went further, “not drinking anything for 36 hours so he could get that sunken-cheek-and-pallor effect.