James and his ‘Victor Frankenstein’ co-star Daniel Radcliffe played a really fun game with DigitalSpy during their promotional tour for the film, in which they answered questions about each other. Daniel was asked about James’ nickname, his role in ‘The Muppets Most Wanted’, the name his fans give themselves and more. Watch it below.
James made a guest appearance at The Graham Norton Show a few days ago, as part of his promotion for the film ‘Victor Frankenstein’. He was joined by co-star Daniel Radcliffe, Johnny Depp and Benedict Cumberbatch. As it is usually the case when James visits this show, the conversation turned out to be extremely entertaining. Watch it below.
Our gallery has been updated with a missing photo session from 2014, as well as a couple of recent shoots. All 3 albums were sent our way by our lovely friend Luciana, from jessica-chastain.com.
The Mexico City premiere of James McAvoy’s upcoming film “Victor Frankenstein” is currently underway, and the first batch of high-quality images from the event have been added to the gallery. Stay tuned for more on the way!
Yesterday, James McAvoy and co-star Daniel Radcliffe took part in the AOL BUILD Speaker Series to discuss promote their upcoming film “Victor Frankenstein”. High-quality images from the event have now been added to the gallery.
It’s been announced that James McAvoy is set to appear on “The Graham Norton Show” on Friday November 27th at 10.35pm on BBC One. He will be interviewed alongside his “Victor Frankenstein” co-star Daniel Radcliffe, and will share the screen time with “Starter for Ten” and “Atonement” co-star Benedict Cumberbatch and Johnny Depp, who will be on to promote “Black Mass”.
The next episode of “The Graham Norton Show” airs tonight on BBC One at 10.35pm. Guests include Kate Winslet, Michael Fassbender, Julie Walters, 50 Cent and Ellie Goulding.
The first clip from James McAvoy’s upcoming film “Victor Frankenstein” has been released, along with several new stills from the film. “Victor Frankenstein” co-stars Daniel Radcliffe, Andrew Scott and Jessica Brown Findlay and is set to be released on November 25th in the US and December 3rd in the UK.
James McAvoy is usually a good go-to when you need a romantic hero with a hint of tragic loss. Even if it’s just his hair, as we’ll see in “X-Men: Apocalypse”. Putting his leading man credentials to the test, McAvoy will star in Wim Wenders’ new drama, “Submergence”.
Erin Dignam has adapted the script from J.M. Ledgard’s novel, which finds James Moore (McAvoy) the prisoner of jihadist fighters in Somalia. As he endures his captivity, his thoughts drift to Danielle Flinders, the women he met and fell for the previous Christmas. She, meanwhile, is thinking of him as her submersible explores the depths of the ocean floor.
So far, Wenders has not found his Danielle, but there appears to time to continue the search, as the cameras aren’t scheduled to role until late March next year. Before that, McAvoy will be seen in “Victor Frankenstein”, which arrives on December 3. And, as mentioned above, he’ll be back as Professor Charles Xavier for “X-Men: Apocalypse”, due for release on May 19.
According to Irish Examiner, James has received a nomination at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards for his performance in The Ruling Class. He’s up against Ralph Fiennes, Simon Russell Beale and Kenneth Cranham. Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on November 22.
The National Theatre leads the London Evening Standard Theatre Awards shortlist with seven nominations including best actor for Ralph Fiennes and best actress for Denise Gough.
For the first time this year, there are three musical awards, including the Evening Standard Radio 2 Audience Award for best musical, the winner of which will be announced live on the night by Radio 2 host Elaine Paige.
In the Best Actor category, Fiennes’ performance as philosophical revolutionary Jack Tanner in Man and Superman will compete against four-time Evening Standard Award winner Simon Russell Beale for his lead turn in Temple at the Donmar Warehouse, Kenneth Cranham in The Father, and James McAvoy in The Ruling Class.