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More new scans have been added. Please, credit eddie-redmayne.org if you take the scans.

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Total Film (December 2016)
Scifi Now (December 2016)
Empire (December 2016)
Accion Spain (December 2016)
Glamour Latin America (November 2016)
DTLux (November 2016)




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I got tons of new magazine scans with Eddie Redmayne so, I am going to add the scans to the site. Here you go the first ones. Please, credit eddie-redmayne.org if you take the scans.

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Cine Premiere (November 2016)
Ciak Magazine (November 2016)
Best Movie Italy (November 2016)
8 Days (November 17th, 2016)
F Magazine (November 16th, 2016)
Vanity Fair Italy (November 09th, 2016)




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Eddie Redmayne visits ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ at Rockefeller Center on November 9, 2016 in New York City. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos.

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“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (November 09th, 2016)




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Eddie Redmayne attends Meet the Cast: ‘Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them’ at Apple Store Soho on November 9, 2016 in New York City. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos. Please, credit eddie-redmayne.org if you take the pics.

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Apple Store Soho Presents Meet the Cast: “Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them”




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Eddie Redmayne attends ‘Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them’ Canadian Premiere at Yonge-Dundas Square on November 8, 2016 in Toronto, Canada. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos.

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“Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them” Canadian Premiere




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Ever met a Niffler?

Eddie Redmayne has, and he learned one of the magical animal’s secrets from an earthly anteater.

The Oscar winner grabs a wand in J.K. Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (in theaters nationwide Friday, with preview screenings Thursday night) and took his Muggle self to a wildlife park in England to prepare to play a magizoologist.

“There was this anteater that had just been born, and people were trying to feed her and she kept scrunching herself into a ball. The way they would make her uncurl was to tickle her belly,” says Redmayne, 34, whose floppy-haired wizard surreptitiously transports magical animals to the USA inside a bottomless travel case.

On screen, the actor copies that trick to relieve an adorable, kleptomaniac creature called the Niffler of its horde of pocketed gems in Fantastic Beasts, a Harry Potter spinoff that meets Newt Scamander as he disembarks from a ship in New York City, 70 years before Potter’s story starts.

Let’s start with the basics: In Fantastic Beasts, set in America circa 1926, the non-magical sort are called No-Majs instead of Muggles, and this era is plagued not by Voldemort but by the dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald, who has vanished after terrorizing half of Europe.

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It sure has taken a long time for Eddie Redmayne to get the filmmakers behind the “Harry Potter” movies under his spell.

More than a decade before he was cast as the lead in “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” a Potter prequel opening Friday, the actor had desperately tried to apparate into the franchise as a college student. But that role disappeared in a puff of disappointment.

“Years and years ago when I was at university, before I started acting seriously, I had gotten an audition for Tom Riddle (in 2002’s ‘Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets’),” the Oscar winner recalled to the Daily News.

“I met like the eighth assistant’s assistant’s casting director and I think I got through three lines before being asked to leave.”

But the saga remained in Redmayne’s blood — literally. He had discovered J.K. Rowling’s novels from his younger brother Thomas and his older brother Charles ran the fan website Potterverse.

But it wasn’t his brothers who flipped out the most when he finally landed a role.

“The most excited person in my family was my grandmother,” said Redmayne, who used to visit her in Edinburgh, Scotland. “When I was cast as Newt, she screamed, ‘I always knew you’d play a wizard! ‘ ”

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When he was nine years old, maybe 10, a small, freckly, flame-haired Eddie Redmayne auditioned to be in the West End production of the Irving Berlin musical Annie Get Your Gun. Acting was a new thing for him and before the casting call he found himself dreaming – both figuratively and literally – about winning a part. He’d be in the West End! He’d get to wag school! But then, on the day, a reality dawned somewhat murkier. Around 700 children turned up. Many wore Sylvia Young Theatre School T-shirts, and danced and sang precociously behind the scenes. Each child was given a tag, walked on stage and either sang or spoke a single line. When everyone was done, a list of names was called.

“It was a meat market for children,” Redmayne recalls, wide-eyed. “It almost felt like a forerunner for The X Factor or something. So I sang my one line and was promptly sent home.” He giggles, fidgets: “I remember it being properly scarring!”

The story is 25 years old, but the memory is vivid. Redmayne, now 34, brings it up when I ask him if he expected, on the night itself, to win the 2015 Oscar for best actor for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything. “I had let my mind fantasise before and it was cut so bluntly short,” he explains. “I’ve never actually spoken about it, but I wonder if, over years of doing auditions, I’ve stopped myself allowing to believe the dream.

“Even in the run-up to the Oscars” – he whispers those last two words like he’s faintly embarrassed to be overheard – “it’s a horse race, and I knew I was in the running, but I’d not allowed myself to believe that it could happen. And also I thought Michael Keaton was formidable and I loved that film [Birdman].”

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