Alias Grace Gallery Updates

Netflix on Thursday released first-look photos from its upcoming miniseries Alias Grace, based on the Margaret Atwood novel of the same name. The six-part drama — which boasts an ensemble including Chuck‘s Zachary Levi (pictured above) and True Blood‘s Anna Paquin — centers around the controversial real-life conviction of Grace Marks (11.22.63‘s Sarah Gadon), an Irish immigrant who becomes a Canadian domestic servant and is later sentenced to prison for the murders of her employer and his housekeeper in 1843.

Alias Grace, a co-production with the CBC, is set to premiere in Canada on Monday, September 25. Netflix has yet to set a Stateside release, save to say that it will premiere outside of the Great White North sometime this fall.

Source: TVLine


11.22.63 Gallery Updates

The gallery has been updated with HD screencaps of Sarah in 11.22.63. Enjoy!


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1.01 The Rabbit Hole
1.03 Other Voices, Other Rooms
1.04 The Eyes ff Texas
1.05 The Truth
1.06 Happy Birthday, Lee Harvey Oswald
1.07 Soldier Boy
1.08 The Day In Question


Gallery Updates Indignation Octavio Is Dead The 9th Life of Louis Drax The Girl King

The gallery has been updated with a new batch of photos of Sarah in The Girl King, The 9th Life of Louis Drax, Indignation and Octavio is Dead. Enjoy the new additions!


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The Girl King (2015) > Production Stills (x5 new)
The 9th Life Of Louis Drax (2015) > Production Stills
Indignation (2016) > Promotional Photos
Indignation (2016) > Production Stills
Indignation (2016) > On the Set
Octavio Is Dead (2017) > Production Stills


Film News Octavio Is Dead

Sarah Gadon, Raoul Trujillo and Rosanna Arquette are starring in Sook-Yin Lee’s ghost story “Octavio Is Dead!” Variety has learned exclusively.

“Octavio” will shoot in and around Toronto between Jan. 22 and Feb. 13. Written and directed by Lee, the film is produced by the Film Farm’s Jennifer Weiss, Simone Urdl and Jamie Manning.

Gadon is also acting as an exec producer on the project. She portrays the daughter of her overbearing mother (Arquette) and enters the rich and strange world of her deceased father (played by Trujillo) — a man she never knew. Sexual identity, the occult, and the power of will versus imagination confront her on the journey. Dimitris Kitsos also stars as Octavio’s student Apostolis.

The film is produced with the participation of Telefilm Canada and the Ontario Media Development Corporation. It’s represented internationally by sales agent WTFilms.

Gadon will be seen in the title role of the Netflix-CBC production “Alias Grace,” based on the Margaret Atwood novel and in “The Death and Life of John F. Donovan” directed by Xavier Dolan.

Read the full article on Variety.


Dracula Untold Gallery Updates

The gallery has been updated with Blu-ray screencaps of Sarah in Dracula Untold. Enjoy the new additions!

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Gallery Updates

The gallery has been updated with new photoshoots of Sarah from 2015 and 2016. Enjoy!

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2015 – Krush (x5 new)
2016 – RedEye Chicago
2016 – TIFF: W Portraits


Gallery Updates

The gallery has been updated with new photos of Sarah from events earlier this month. Enjoy!

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TIFF: W Magazine NKPR IT House X Producers Ball Studio – September 10, 2016
TIFF: HFPA & InStyle Celebration – September 10, 2016


Gallery Updates Maps to the Stars

The gallery has been updated with Blu-ray screencaps of Sarah in Maps to the Stars. Enjoy the new additions!

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Blu-ray Screencaptures


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Miami Jewish Film Festival: ‘Indignation’ Screening – July 13, 2016
‘Indignation’ Premiere (NY) – July 25, 2016


Alias Grace TV News

Sarah Gadon is going from Hulu to Netflix.

The Canadian actress has been tapped to topline Netflix’s Margaret Atwood drama Alias Grace, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Gadon, who most recently co-starred opposite James Franco in Hulu’s Stephen King limited series 11.22.63, will play Grace Marks in the streaming giant’s adaptation of Atwood’s award-winning novel.

Published in 1996, Alias Grace follows Grace Marks, a poor, young Irish immigrant and domestic servant in upper Canada who, along with stable hand James McDermott, was convicted of the brutal murders of their employer, Thomas Kinnear, and his housekeeper, Nancy Montgomery, in 1843. James was hanged, while Marks was sentenced to life imprisonment. She became one of the most enigmatic and notorious women of 1840s Canada for her supposed role in the sensational double murder and was eventually exonerated after 30 years in jail. Her conviction was controversial and sparked much debate about whether she was actually involved in the murder or merely an unwitting accessory.

The six-hour miniseries is inspired by Marks’ true story and will be written and produced by Sarah Polley (Looking for Alaska, Away From Her). Mary Harron (American Psycho, I Shot Andy Warhol) will direct. Production is slated to begin in August in Ontario. Polley, Harron and Noreen Halpern (NBC’s Working the Engels) will exec produce; D.J. Carson (Spotlight) is on board as a co-EP. A premiere date has not been determined.

The Netflix adaptation, like Atwood’s novel, will introduce a fictional young doctor named Simon Jordan, who researches the case and falls in love with Marks. He soon becomes obsessed with her as he seeks to reconcile his perception of the mild-mannered woman he sees with the savage murder of which she has been convicted.

For Gadon, the role marks her first stateside starring TV vehicle. In addition to 11.22.63, her credits include feature Indignation. She’s repped by WME, Creative Drive Artists and Jackoway Tyerman.

Source: THR


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