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New Old Photoshoot Adds
Thanks to Leah and Far Far Away for these amazing non-watermarked versions of a familiar Lucy photoshoot (whoever edited the watermark out did a fantastic job).
First of all, thank you to Leah for the helpful e-mail updates. She sent a new Robin Hood still from season 1, which you can view right here. She also reminded me about the new Flat Whites video Lucy made an appearance in, which is called Bat Marbles. I finally got around to adding the screen captures to the gallery. Please take the time to visit PinDippy.com to see the Jessie Cave’s other works.
Hello, everyone! How is your 2013 so far? I apologize for continually forgetting to post about this. Lucy is featured in an new audio book called The Auntie Matter. More information right here.
The 60-minute audio is based on the classic much-loved novels by PG Wodehouse (incidentally, adapted for television in the BBC series, Blandings) and stars Lucy Griffiths (Robin Hood; True Blood) and Julia McKenzie (The Town; Cranford), who returns as Miss Marple in three ITV dramas this year, A Caribbean Mystery; Greenshaw’s Folly; and Endless Night.
I’ve been hearing about this film for a while and I’m a huge fan of Jessica Brown-Findlay as well. I’m so excited that she and Lucy will star together in a movie!
EXCLUSIVE: In his directorial debut, Akiva Goldsman continues to add to an already strong cast for Winter’s Tale. Magic Mike and White Collar star Matt Bomer, True Blood‘s Lucy Griffiths and Eva Marie Saint round out a film that stars Colin Farrell, Downton Abbey‘s Jessica Brown Findlay, William Hurt, Will Smith and Russell Crowe. The film, based on the Mark Helprin novel, is about a dying young woman (Findlay) who falls in love with a thief who breaks into her palatial home on the West Side of Manhattan, in a drama that takes place in 19th century and contemporary Manhattan. Farrell plays the thief and Bomer will play his father while Griffiths plays his mother.
Goldsman isn’t divulging the role Saint will play, as it is a pivotal plot point. The Oscar-winning star of such films as North By Northwest, she last appeared in a major movie when she played Martha Kent in 2006′s Superman Returns. Marc Platt and Michael Tadross are producing. Warner Bros begins production in Manhattan on October 27, and Goldsman has also tapped Caleb Deschanel to do cinematography and Hans Zimmer to do the score. Sounds promising.