Rachel McAdams was amazing in her film, The Time Traveller’s Wife, so we’re guessing she’ll be just as awesome in her new film, About Time. It seems the actress has a thing for time travel and lost memory story lines as her new comedy focuses on a young man who can go back in time to change his mistakes.
Ryan Gosling still remains a fan favorite for the role of Christian Grey in the Fifty Shades of Grey movie. Despite his desire to take a break from acting, fans of the erotic novel, are still hoping that Gosling will reconsider and take the role. If Gosling does take the role, is it possible that it could pair him back up with Rachel McAdams.
Gosling and McAdams starred together in 2004′s The Notebook, considered one of the best love stories of all time. The pair shared a chemistry on-screen that has not been rivaled by many. If they do decide to take the roles of Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele, they have that previous chemistry working in their favor. Sure, they would have to turn their love affair into a steamy, sex affair, but the foundation is already there. A report by IBTimes AU, says that people have been buzzing about this on-screen couple.
Gosling, has also had some nice things about The Notebook and McAdams, whom he once dated, in the past.
“God bless The Notebook. It introduced me to one of the great loves of my life,” Gosling said. “But people do Rachel and me a disservice by assuming we were anything like the people in that movie. Rachel and my love story is a hell of a lot more romantic than that.”
Rachel McAdams and her Magnolia Entertainment manager Shelley Browning today fired UTA after a seven-year stint together. Browning met with Tracey Jacobs and other members of Rachel McAdams’ agency team this afternoon. Howard Fishman remains her attorney. I hear CAA’s Dave Buligari is chasing ”very intensely”. McAdams (who just dyed her hair red) is going to co-star in Cameron Crowe’s next movie alongside Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone for Sony Pictures. This exit is particularly puzzling because Browning and Jacobs have several clients together including Daniel Espinosa and Joel Kinnaman. “UTA is at a complete loss. They can’t figure this out,” an insider tells me. Look, I’ve always thought Browning is a pain in the ass. And so is Scott Rudin who’s producing the untitled picture which starts shooting in September/October. The result of putting them together is drama, drama, drama. (“And a lot of pain for everyone,” one wag told me.)
I was tipped Thursday that “Rudin sent UTA a warning email saying Shelley was telling Sony and Crowe that Tracey was trying to kill the Rachel deal – and that Shelley is very clearly getting ready to fire Tracey/UTA”. Other sources say Scott and Shelley “got this impression that Tracey wasn’t being supportive of Rachel doing this movie. And that’s not true. Tracey’s been a fan of Cameron’s for 30 years. He’s one of her dearest friends.” (I hear at a recent birthday party, Jacobs and Crowe not only were sitting next to each other but that Tracey gave the toast to Cameron.) Jacobs wasn’t even doing McAdams’ negotiating for this movie because Browning jumped in first without consulting UTA. ”All Tracey will say is that it’s a beautiful script and Cameron is brilliant and the whole thing is sad,” a source explains to me. “And that Rachel is actually a very good girl and that she wishes her well.”
Movie News – Rachel McAdams and Bradley Cooper will appear together in a new movie – the two veteran actors will star in a new romantic comedy. The beautiful Canadian actress (pictured above) is nearing a deal to join the A-list cast of Cameron Crowe’s forthcoming movie, which has already attracted the likes of the ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ actor and ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ star Emma Stone, reports Deadline.
The movie is thought to center on a defense contractor (Cooper) who is overseeing a missile launch and ends up falling in love with an Air Force pilot (Stone) he is working with. McAdams is in negotiations to play Cooper’s ex-girlfriend. The rom-com is said to be similar in tone to Crowe’s previous films, ‘Jerry Maguire’ and ‘Almost Famous’. As well as directing, the filmmaker also wrote the movie’s script.
The untitled project is due to begin shooting in October. McAdams will next be seen in Richard Curtis’ time travel comedy, ‘About Time’, while Stone is currently filming the sequel to last year’s hit Spider-Man film alongside Andrew Garfield, Shailene Woodley and Sally Field.
Cooper, who recently earned his first Best Actor nomination at the Academy Awards for his role in ‘Silver Linings Playbook’, will next be seen in ‘The Hangover Part III’, the final installment in the comedy franchise.
Many names have been in the toss-up for the supporting role in David O. Russell’s upcoming project The Silver Linings Playbook. They include Rachel McAdams, Blake Lively, Anne Hathaway and Andrea Riseborough.
Based on the novel by Matthew Quick, the movie stars Mark Wahlberg as Pat Peoples, a former high school teacher who is released from an institution after spending four years being treated for depression. He is taken into the care of his mother. During this time, he tries to win back his ex-wife but suddenly becomes involved with his offbeat neighbor (the role Lawrence will play).
Production for The Silver Linings Playbook is scheduled to begin this fall.