My Cousin Rachel: Exclusive Interview with Rachel Weisz!

My first gothic novel was Rebecca by Daphnedu Maurier, when I read it I had no idea that I would one day get the opportunity to interview the star of the film adaptation of one of her other beloved novels – My Cousin Rachel. I must admit that taking part in an interview with Rachel Weisz definitely topped some of…
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My Cousin Rachel – New International Trailer & Movie Poster!

I was just a teen when I saw the 1940’s Rebecca starring Joan Fontaine and Laurence Olivier. It was my first foray into Gothic thrillers, and I loved it so much that I knew it wouldn’t be my last. I eventually got around to reading the book that inspired the film, which was written by Daphne du Maurier in 1938.…
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The Zookeeper’s Wife: Jessica Chastain and Niki Caro Discuss War, Film, …

A few months ago I came across a great blog post on Messy Nessy Chic by Inge Oosterhoff about a zoo in Warsaw that gave shelter to Jews during World War II. The zoo’s operators, Jan Żabiński and his wife Antonina, faced a variety of hardships during the early years of the war. But Jan and Antonina had been involved…
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#StayPeculiar – Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children out on DVD & Blu-ray! {…

For my entire life I have abhorred carrot cake. I’ve always had weird taste buds, I liked grapefruit juice when I was a toddler (that horrid, bitter stuff that I can’t even touch now), adored salty pickles and olives since childhood, and have always shown a preference for extremely tart sweets. But carrot cake, carrot cake was my sworn enemy…
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Interview: Alice Through the Looking Glass Costume Designer Colleen Atwood

Earlier last month I joined Disney and famed designer Colleen Atwood for tea and a chance to talk about her work on Alice Through the Looking Glass, which has recently been released to DVD and Blu-Ray! I’ve been a fan of her work for a while, she has such an inspiring story and has designed for some of my most…
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