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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 574d ago | interview

ScreenCrave Interview: Eddie Redmayne On Singing His Heart Out in 'Les Misérables'

ScreenCrave: Within the span of a year, Eddie Redmayne has captured audiences’ attention. First, he won us over with his performance in My Week With Marilyn. Now, he’ll pull at our heart strings as the brave Marius in Tom Hooper‘s adaptation of Les Misérables. His character’s right in the thick of post-revolutionary France as he’s thrust into one last revolt. But the day before his team makes their move, he’s struck by love at first sight. Redmayne’s Marius easily has one of the biggest arcs in the film. (Cinema, Eddie Redmayne, Les Miserables)

aDDicteD  +   569d ago
he was perfect for the role. for a movie with a very promising ensemble of jackman, hathatway, crowe, seyfried etc. he stood his ground and made the movie also very focused on the revolution. the supporting cast of the film really really were great.

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