By in July 25, 2015 • Filed in: Gallery Update, Media

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Comic Con Pictures

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> Events > 2015 > Pride And Prejudice And Zombies Panel Comic Con 11th July 2015

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Comic Con videos

Videos of Matt at Comic Con about Patient Zero and Pride and Prejudice


By in June 24, 2015 • Filed in: Terminator: Genesis

Interview with Matt here

Is this a very serious role for you, when compared to Doctor Who?

Well, I think that Doctor Who probably put me on their radar. But this is a completely different role to the Doctor, which again is one of the things that appealed to me, and hopefully allows me to stretch a few different muscles. Also, to be part of this legacy is something that was very appealing to me. If you look at the first two movies, and the characters we get to explore in these movies, having come from different timelines in that world, or descendants from that world, it gives us a chance not to emulate them, but try to make films of a similar quality.

Are you part of the sequels?

I am part of the sequels, yes, so I’ll be around for two and three. Which is good. Keeps me employed for a while!


The Crown

By in June 21, 2015 • Filed in: The Crown

Matt has been cast in The Crown here

Netflix has found its cast for “The Crown,” an original decades-spanning drama about Queen Elizabeth II and the prime ministers who shaped post-war Britain. The 10-episode series will premiere in 2016.
Claire Foy (“Wolf Hall”) will play Queen Elizabeth II; Matt Smith (“Doctor Who”) will play Philip Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh; and John Lithgow (“Third Rock From the Sun”) will play Winston Churchill.

Photos and Lost River DVD

By in June 4, 2015 • Filed in: Gallery Update, Lost River, Terminator: Genesis

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Lost River is now out on DVD order it here

Misc Pictures and Video

By in May 11, 2015 • Filed in: Doctor Who, Gallery Update, Media

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Patient Zero picture and Candids

By in May 5, 2015 • Filed in: Gallery Update, Patient Zero

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By in April 19, 2015 • Filed in: Lost River, Patient Zero, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Interview here

According to Smith, Gosling set the tone – encouraging actors to probe their sub-conscious. “There’s a very wonderful acting coach [on set], who you’d explore your dreams with,” he says. “I love it. It’s something I find really useful. I probably shouldn’t talk about the process, as it’s her thing, but you try and relate your dreams to your character in the story and you write your dreams down.” So what did he jot down? Cue a mischievous smile. “That would be telling!”
“I think the film has its own identity and has the identity of Ryan in it,” he says. “There’s a lot of him in the movie. That’s why I’m really proud of it. For someone like him, who has a huge Hollywood career, he’s still making brave, creative choices and making films like this, which aren’t to everyone’s tastes, I’m sure, but how good [is it] that someone from Hollywood is having a go and making them?”
Since completing Lost River, Smith headed to New Orleans to enjoy his first taste of studio excess, Terminator Genisys. “I love those movies [and] I’m very excited to be a part of those films,” he says, cautiously. “Obviously I can’t talk in too much detail about my role.” His role has been largely kept under wraps, though rumours have it that he’s playing a T-5000 – an advanced Terminator with the ability to brainwash humans.
In person, Smith is quietly spoken, shy even, yet he’s ambitious too. He’s already gone behind the camera for a half-hour drama for Sky Arts, Cargese – a bleak tale of a teenager who lures his best friend into a crime, written by playwright Simon Stephens. Smith shot it shortly after his audition for Lost River, and it’s evident that Gosling’s boldness rubbed off on him. “I really liked it,” he says of the experience. “I will keep plugging away. I’m learning still.”
Smith previously said he’d like to follow Kubrick: “a film in every genre”. After Doctor Who and his Terminator outing, he’s aware he needs to broaden his horizons beyond sci-fi. “It’s never been a conscious thing and actually it’s something that consciously I’ll in future try and avoid,” he admits.
At least the upcoming Pride and Prejudice and Zombies – where Smith met his current squeeze, co-star Lily James – is a sort-of stab at a period piece. Taken from Seth Grahame-Smith’s 2009 parody novel, with the sight of Elizabeth Bennet et al taking on the walking dead, it is likely to rile the Austen purists.
“I think the film has an edge,” he says. “Just seeing the women fight is cool and sexy – there’s something quite hip about it.” It all points to the fact that there is life after Who, though Smith is superstitious. “You can never take anything for granted as an actor,” he says. Nothing’s permanent – not even tattoos.

Lost River Q & A Apple Pictures and Candids

By in April 12, 2015 • Filed in: Gallery Update, Lost River

> Events > 2015 > Apple Store Q & A Lost River 8th April 2015

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