Sundance Film Festival: Applegate’s ‘Reel Food’ Cafe – January 24, 2016
Sundance Film Festival: Eddie Bauer Adventure House – January 24, 2016
Sundance Film Festival: ‘Indignation’ Premiere – January 24, 2016
Sundance Film Festival: ‘Indignation’ Stella Artois Cocktail Party – January 24, 2016
Sundance Film Festival: Glamour’s Women Rewriting Hollywood Lunch – January 26, 2016
Sundance Film Festival: ‘11.22.63’ Premiere – January 28, 2016
‘11.22.63’ Premiere – February 11, 2016
66th Berlinale International Film Festival: ‘Indignation” Photocall – February 14, 2016
66th Berlinale International Film Festival: ‘Indignation” Premiere – February 14, 2016
Talent Resources Suites – January 24, 2015
2nd Annual Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards – January 31, 2015 (x3 replaced)
Giorgio Armani Grammys After Party – February 8, 2015 (x9 replaced)
Jaeger-LeCoultre’s New York Flagship Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – March 4, 2015 (x1 replaced & x 12 new)
Giorgio Armani 40th Anniversary: Armani Hotel (Milan) – April 29, 2015
Giorgio Armani 40th Anniversary: Boutique Cocktail Reception (Milan) – April 29, 2015 (x9 new)
TIFF: W Magazine NKPR IT Lounge Studio – September 10, 2015 (x2 replaced)
TIFF: HFPA/InStyle’s Annual Celebration – September 12, 2015 (x16 new)
InStyle Awards – October 26, 2015
Jaeger-LeCoultre Rendez-Vous Photo Exhibit (New York) – November 16, 2015
SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s Conversations Series Presents: Sarah Gadon – December 1, 2015
VARIETY – Hulu will debut “11.22.63,” based on the time-travel novel by Stephen King about the JFK assassination, on Presidents Day, Feb. 15, 2016.
J.J. Abrams, Stephen King, Bridget Carpenter and Bryan Burk serve as executive producers for “11.22.63.”
The nine-hour limited event series stars James Franco as a high-school history teacher who travels back in time to stop the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. “11.22.63” also stars Chris Cooper, Josh Duhamel, T.R. Knight, Cherry Jones, Sarah Gadon, Lucy Fry, George MacKay and Daniel Webber.
Scottish director Kevin Macdonald (“Last King of Scotland,” “State of Play”) directs and executive produces the first two hours.
Hulu will release episodes of “11.22.63” on a weekly basis, as it has done for its other original series. That’s in contrast to Netflix’s binge-friendly strategy of releasing the entire season of a show at once.
The series will be available exclusively to Hulu subscribers on either the $7.99 monthly plan with ads, or the $11.99 commercial-free option.
Hulu, owned by Disney, 21st Century Fox and NBCUniversal, has been steadily ramping up its slate of original series with big-name talent in a bid to win more paying customers — and compete more aggressively against Netflix and Amazon. Hulu’s recently debuted originals include “The Mindy Project” season 4 after Fox canceled the show, and Amy Poehler’s “Difficult People,” which will be returning for a second season.
Hulu had previously styled the name of the series as “11/22/63,” the same as King’s book, but now refers to it as “11.22.63.”
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Sarahâ€™s initial interest in being a part of A Royal Night Out was sparked after reading the script. “I knew that it was a lovely story and it was just charming,” she says. “It was a charming romance.”
After accepting her leading role as the young Princess Elizabeth, researching it further and “really discovering Elizabeth; who she was, what the family had gone through during the war”, she realised a deeper connection. She says: “My grandmother is British and she fought in the womenâ€™s Auxiliary Air Force during World War Two. She met my grandfather during the war, because he was sailing for the British Navy, and they married and immigrated to Canada after World War Two. So there was also that personal connection to the story that made me really want to be a part of this film, to recreate that moment in time that they were both a part of.”
This isnâ€™t the first time that Sarah has portrayed a real person – she also played Emma Jung in A Dangerous Method and Lady Elizabeth Murray in Belle. She believes that by portraying a real person, an actor takes on a lot of responsibility: “You want to do justice to their memory, to their character, to who they were, or who they are in this case. I think you feel this tremendous responsibility to do them justice and I know that really inspired me to work as hard as I could.”
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