Dec 06,2010

Trailer for BBC Christmas Dramas incl. ‘Upstairs Downstairs’

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Here’s an ad for the various Christmas specials that will air on BBC
which features some scenes from Upstairs Downstairs.

Source: Enchanted Serenity of Period Films



Dec 06,2010

New ‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Related Scans

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Thanks to Lorna for the scans! 🙂

GALLERY LINK:
– Scans: TV And Satellite Week (UK) – December 18-31, 2010

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Dec 03,2010

More ‘Season of the Witch’ Stills

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GALLERY LINK:
Season of the Witch (2010): Production Stills



Dec 02,2010

Airing Schedule for ‘Upstairs Downstairs’

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Many thanks frogk04 for sending in a few more ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘ on set pictures of Claire Foy.

Also, mark your calendars! Apart from the ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘ premiere on December 26 Anna posted about it’s good to know that the 3 one hour episodes are airing back to back in the UK and on 3 consecutive Sundays in April in the US (source).

Episode 1: The Fledgling
UK: Sunday, December 26, 2010, 9pm on BBC One and HD
US: Sunday, April 10, 2011, 9pm on PBS Master Classic

Episode 2: The Ladybird
UK: Monday, December 27, 2010, 9pm on BBC One and HD
US: Sunday, April 17, 2011, 9pm on PBS Master Classic

Episode 3: The Cuckoo
UK: Tuesday, December 28, 2010, 9pm on BBC One and HD
US: Sunday, April 24, 2011, 9pm on PBS Master Classic

GALLERY LINK:
Upstairs Downstairs: On Set



Dec 02,2010

Air Date for ‘Upstairs Downstairs’

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Upstairs Downstairs – The Fledgling Ep 1/3
New series High Definition programme
Sunday 26 December
9.00-10.00pm BBC ONE and BBC ONE HD

Source (Thanks to Lorna for the heads-up)



Dec 01,2010

Another poster for ‘Season of the Witch’

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GALLERY LINK:
Season of the Witch (2010): Posters & Covers



Nov 30,2010

Claire Foy at La Soiree’s ‘Christmas Soiree’

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Claire Foy attended La Soiree’s ‘Christmas Soiree’ held at the South Bank of the Thames in London tonight (Tuesday night).

EDIT: Just added 5 new HQs from the event, making a total of 8 HQs from last night. 😉

GALLERY LINK:
– Events: La Soiree’s ‘Christmas Soiree’



Nov 29,2010

New Production Stills from ‘Season of the Witch’

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The first ones featuring Miss Claire Foy!

GALLERY LINK:
Season of the Witch (2010): Production Stills



Nov 26,2010

New Project: “The Night Watch”

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It was announced yesterday that Anna Maxwell Martin, Claire Foy, Jodie Whittaker and Harry Treadaway will star in a tragic and tender minute adaptation of Sarah Waters’ best-selling novel, ‘The Night Watch‘. Read the Press Release.

Set against the turbulent backdrop of Forties London, The Night Watch tells the stories of four young Londoners inextricably linked by their wartime experiences. In a time when the barriers of sexual morality and social convention have been broken down, Kay (Anna Maxwell Martin), Helen (Claire Foy), Viv (Jodie Whittaker) and Duncan (Harry Treadaway) enjoy a freedom never experienced before as they engage in secret liaisons and passionate trysts.

The drama opens in 1947 as the country is trying to rebuild itself after the war; we find Kay mysteriously roaming the streets, haunted by some traumatic personal loss. Meanwhile, Helen and Viv run a marriage bureau, helping people rebuild their shattered lives by finding love. But their own complicated love lives are less easy to solve. Helen obsessively clings to her tumultuous and volatile relationship with Julia (Anna Wilson-Jones) while Viv is continuing an affair with a married man whom she seems unable to break free from. Viv’s vulnerable young brother Duncan harbours a terrible secret, when a face from his past re-appears which threatens his fragile existence.

Moving back in time through the Forties into the maelstrom of the Blitz, the lives, loves and losses of these four central characters are unravelled. For them, the post-war victory is bitter sweet, for it returns them to the margins of society from which they hoped they had been liberated. In order to build their future they must each make peace with their past.

Other novels by Sarah Waters have already been adapted for television: Fingersmith and Tipping The Velvet. ‘The Night Watch‘ was adapted by award-winning British writer, Paula Milne (Small Island, Endgame, The Virgin Queen and The Politician’s Wife) and is being made by BBC Drama Production.

Filming for ‘The Night Watch‘ has already started in Bath. This is Bath reports how Sydney Gardens were transformed into the 1940 set last Saturday. Filming will also take place in Bath’s Royal Victoria Park and the city centre. Other than that they’re using the studios which were already used to make Lark Rise To Candleford, those are about half an hour from Bath. The Bath & North East Somerset Council website also has a report about the filming which will take place until the middle of December.

The Night Watch‘ is expected to air as a 90 minute drama on BBC2 in April 2011.



Nov 25,2010

More ‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Pictures

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We added more pictures of Claire Foy on the set of ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘ to the gallery. They’re from mid-September when filming took place at the Clarendon Square in Leamington Spa. Also there are some other new pictures of Claire in ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘.

GALLERY LINKS:
Upstairs Downstairs: On Set
Upstairs Downstairs: Production Stills
Upstairs Downstairs: Promotion



Nov 23,2010

InStyle (UK) – December 2010

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Claire Foy showed her glamorous side dressed in Dolce & Gabbana in the December 2010 issue of InStyle UK.

GALLERY LINK:
– Scans: InStyle (UK) – December 2010



Nov 23,2010

Big ‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Gallery Update

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Big thanks to Lorna for the scans! 🙂

GALLERY LINKS:
Upstairs Downstairs: Production Stills
Upstairs Downstairs: Promotion
– Scans: Daily Telegraph (UK) – November 23, 2010
– Scans: TV And Satellite Week (UK) – November 27-December 3, 2010
– Scans: Total TV Guide (UK) – November 27-December 3, 2010
– Scans: Radio Times (UK) – November 27-December 3, 2010

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Nov 23,2010

‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Interview – Claire Foy plays Lady Persephone Towyn

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How would you describe Lady Persie?

Persie’s a funny one. She’s selfish, headstrong, rude and a bit ditsy at the same time. She’s a bit troublesome. But she’s also charming, and doesn’t really mean anyone harm. She does some terrible things, but for some reason you can’t help but like her. She loves adventure and she definitely goes against convention. Excitement plays a massive part in the choices she makes. She has to better herself all the time. I think it’s just the way she likes her life to be. She doesn’t see why everyone has to be so boring all the time.
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Nov 23,2010

‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Article

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The Daily Mail has published a lenghty article on Upstairs Downstairs that you can read on their website. (Thanks to Lorna for the heads-up!)



Nov 13,2010

New ‘Season of the Witch’ Trailer

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There’s also a new trailer for the January 2011 release of Season of the Witch – it has more Claire Foy in it and shows her character as more complex, also it seems as if they’re marketing the movie now as more of a cross between historical drama and horror than just horror. Looks exciting! Watch it in HQ on Apple.com.

Synopsis
Oscar(r) winner Nicolas Cage (National Treasure, Ghost Rider) and Ron Perlman (Hellboy, Hellboy II, Sons of Anarchy) star in this supernatural action adventure about a heroic Crusader and his closest friend who return home after decades of fierce fighting, only to find their world destroyed by the Plague. The church elders, convinced that a girl accused of being a witch is responsible for the devastation, command the two to transport the strange girl to a remote monastery where monks will perform an ancient ritual to rid the land of her curse. They embark on a harrowing, action-filled journey that will test their strength and courage as they discover the girl’s dark secret and find themselves battling a terrifyingly powerful force that will determine the fate of the world.

GALLERY LINK:
Season of the Witch (2010): Full-Length Trailer 2011



Nov 11,2010

New Poster for ‘Season of the Witch’

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The long-delayed Season of the Witch, directed by Dominic Sena and starring Nicolas Cage has gotten itself a new bit of poster art just in time for its winter release.

Look for it in theatres on January 7th.

GALLERY LINK:
Season of the Witch (2010): Posters & Covers



Nov 07,2010

Marie Claire (UK) – December 2010

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Thanks to Lorna for the scan! 🙂

GALLERY LINK:
– Scans: Marie Claire (UK) – December 2010



Nov 04,2010

InStyle And Dolce & Gabbana – Party

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GALLERY LINK:
– Events: InStyle And Dolce & Gabbana – Party



Nov 02,2010

New ‘old’ Nylon photo

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GALLERY LINK:
– Photoshoots: Nylon (2010)



Nov 02,2010

TV preview: ‘Upstairs Downstairs’ + Q&A

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The hugely anticipated return of the legendary TV series.

15 Dec 20:30 NFT1 – Priority booking

The hugely anticipated return of the legendary TV series Upstairs Downstairs takes viewers, old and new, back to the lavish world of 165 Eaton Place in Belgravia, London. A new set of occupants move into the iconic address, as storm clouds gather in Europe. The lives of the wealthy Holland family and their servants will never be the same again. ‬Followed by a panel discussion and Q&A with members of the cast and production team.

Broadcaster: BBC

Director: Euros Lyn
Cast: Dame Eileen Atkins, Jean Marsh, Ed Stoppard, Keeley Hawes (Claire Foy is playing Keeley’s sister)
Year: 2010
Running time: 60min

Source



Oct 18,2010

BBC Drama Autumn/Winter Preview

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Oct 06,2010

‘Season of the Witch’ to Open in 2011

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Relativity Media will release “Season of the Witch” starring Nicolas Cage, Ron Perlman and newcomer Claire Foy on Jan. 7, 2011, the studio announced today.

The film follows two medieval knights as they accompany a young woman accused of witchcraft to her trial at a remote abbey.

Witch” was directed by Dominic Sena (“Swordfish“) and produced by Charles Roven (“The Dark Knight“). The movie was initially to open in March 2010, and a trailer was released, but was pushed back.



Aug 31,2010

News about Various Projects

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• Little Dorrit Available on Blu-ray since last week.

• Going Postal Available on DVD, Special Edition DVD & Blu-ray since last week.

• Pulse Writer Paul Cornell tweeted that it isn’t going into series. BBC3 instead chose a pilot they haven’t shown to the public. But he thanked the “brilliant cast, Simon and Helen at World, ace director James, for making Pulse such a great experience.”

• The Promise Formerly known as ‘Homeland‘ it is part of Channel 4’s Autumn Schedule and has its own official page. Seeing the year 2011 after the title here I’d say it’ll maybe air next January.

• Upstairs Downstairs Alun Vega spotted Claire Foy on the set this past Sunday on Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff Bay. The director is Euros Lyn.

• Wreckers A new behind the scenes picture was added to the official Facebook page

GALLERY LINKS:
Upstairs Downstairs (TV, 2011) > On Set, credit: Alun Vega
Wreckers (2010) > On the Set, credit: Wreckers Facebook page

Edit: Added 3 more pictures from Upstairs Downstairs filming, thank you Nicole for the heads up!



Aug 29,2010

More from the set of ‘Upstairs Downstairs’

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More pictures of Claire Foy as Lady Persephone on the set of the upcoming 3-part BBC miniseries ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘.

GALLERY LINK:
– Movies & Television > Upstairs Downstairs (TV, 2011) > On Set



Aug 23,2010

Behind the Scenes of ‘Wreckers’

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We haven’t heard much about Claire’s upcoming independent British movie ‘Wreckers‘ which was shot during the summer of 2009. But for a while now there has been an official Facebook page where director Dictynna Hood is posting updates about post production as well as pictures from behind the scenes, including some gorgeous shots of Claire. I’m now officially intrigued. Hopefully, co-star Benedict Cumberbatch’s recent success in ‘Sherlock‘ will help the movie get a release date soon! Here’s the extended ‘Wreckers‘ synopsis:

WRECKERS is a psychological drama which examines the fragile relationship between truth, intimacy and betrayal.

Recently married couple, David and Dawn, return to Davids childhood village to start a family. Their relationship seems idyllic, but getting pregnant is proving difficult and is adding to the strain of building their perfect home. A surprise visit from David’s brother Nick, a soldier, on leave from Afghanistan, slowly exposes the lies embedded in Dawn and David’s relationship. Through Nick, Dawn discovers more about the siblings’ painful childhood and begins to wonder how well she knows her husband.

Disorientated by her husband’s sudden volatility, she is inextricably drawn to Nick. Dawn becomes a hostage to an increasingly precarious sibling friction, putting the couple’s relationship to the ultimate test.
Source: Official ‘Wreckers’ Facebook page

GALLERY LINK:
– Movies & Television > Wreckers (2010) > On the Set (credit: Facebook)



Aug 12,2010

On the set of ‘Upstairs Downstairs’

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Brand-new picture of Claire Foy as Lady Persephone on the set of the upcoming 3-part BBC miniseries ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘ from today’s UK papers.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Magazine Scans > Scans from 2010 > Daily Mirror (UK) – August 12, 2010
– Movies & Television > Upstairs Downstairs (TV, 2011) > On Set



Jul 27,2010

On the Set of ‘Homeland’

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This is a bit late, but while Claire Foy was still filming ‘Homeland‘ in Israel (she finished end of May) the Hebrew website Magazin published an article with pictures Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3. If anybody could provide a translation of the text, we’d be very happy!

GALLERY LINK:
– Movies & Television > Homeland (TV, 2011) > On the Set



Jul 27,2010

‘Season of the Witch’ undergoing additional shooting

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Ever since it’s theatrical release date was postponed in spring the fate of ‘Season of the Witch‘ – Claire’s big screen debut – has been unclear. According to Shock Till You Drop.com Production Weekly reported yesterday that the movie is undergoing some re-shoots, or additional shooting, at the beginning of September. IGN.com reports that this additionally photography will take place in Shreveport, Louisiana. Also they blame the tremendous delay on unsuccessful early screenings. Let’s hope this movie’s luck will soon turn around!



Jul 26,2010

‘Upstairs, Downstairs’ returns to BBC – with Claire

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After receiving more critical acclaim for her modern day follow up projects to ‘Little Dorrit‘ – ‘Pulse‘ for BBC3 and ‘Going Postal‘ for Sky One – Claire Foy is returning to the past as well as to BBC One in her new role as Lady Persie in ‘Upstairs, Downstairs‘ set in 1936. However, Lady Persie and Amy Dorrit are nothing alike. Lady Persie “The Temptress” is the sister of Lady Agnes Holland played by Keeley Hawes – who is married to Matthew Macfadyen who played Arthur Clennam in ‘Little Dorrit‘.

The Temptress
Lady Persie, played by Claire Foy, the star of BBC1’s Little Dorrit, is the sister of Lady Agnes and is described as ‘walking dark and dangerous path’. She will break hearts like her predecessor, the glamorous Lady Georgina Stockbridge, a hedonistic party girl played by Lesley-Anne Down who eventually saw the error of her ways after accidentally killing a cowherd in a road traffic accident. Ms Down, now 56, went on to find fame in America and is currently starring in the long-running daytime soap opera The Bold And The Beautiful.

The new project is actually a revival of ITV’s Seventies hit ‘Upstairs, Downstairs‘. The show originally ran on ITV from 1971 to 1975, spanning the fictional life of the Bellamy family from 1903 to 1930, and was the brainchild of actresses Dame Eileen Atkins and Jean Marsh. The new version will be set in 1936. In the new series, which takes up the story six years after the original left off in 1930, Rose makes an emotional comeback to the London townhouse to serve the new family, under the steely Lady Agnes Holland.

Interestingly, co-creator and star of the show Jean Marsh is reprising her role as Rose Buck, originally a lowly parlour maid but now elevated to housekeeper. The other mastermind behind the show, Dame Eileen Atkins, didn’t act in the original series but now plays the formidable matriarch of the aristocratic family who move in ‘upstairs’ at 165 Eaton Place.

Art Malik, Anne Reid, Ed Stoppard, Adrian Scarborough, Ellie Kendrick and Nico Mirallegro are also part of the cast. A full-scale replica of Eaton Place has been built at studios in Cardiff and filming begins next month. BBC is planning to screen the drama as early as autumn and it will be broadcast on Masterpiece in the US shortly after it makes its British debut. They hope to find similar success to the original, which was broadcast in more than 70 countries to an audience of more than a billion.

Writer Heidi Thomas, who also scripted the successful BBC’s drama Cranford, said: ‘The series will be shot through with sensuality. This is a drama very much about warm-blooded human beings.

‘In a house like Eaton Place, there is a limit to what you can keep behind closed doors. The place is a pressure cooker and the tensions continue to rise and rise until they boil over.

‘Whether the characters are upstairs or downstairs they are ­living in close proximity to each other and these are the dramas that will engage viewers.’

Piers Wenger, head of drama at BBC Wales where the series is being made, said: ‘We are delighted to have secured the rights to Upstairs, Downstairs with the full blessing and support of the original co-creators.

‘This is not a remake but a ­completely new version, set in a different era with a whole new cast of characters.’

Source: Daily Mail

Scan by Lorna – thank you:
– Magazine Scans > Scans from 2010 > Mail on Sunday – July 25, 2010



Jun 21,2010

Canal Plus joins C4’s Homeland

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French pay broadcaster Canal Plus is to team with British broadcaster Channel 4 on Peter Kosminsky’s event mini-series Homeland.

The series will be produced by UK indie Daybreak Pictures (The Trial of Tony Blair) and French producer Breakout Films (Resolution 819) and will be directed by Kosminsky, who has worked on Wuthering Heights and race drama Britz.

The 4x1hour mini-series is part of Channel 4’s £20 million push to expand its drama output following this year’s end of reality series Big Brother and the network will air it in 2011, followed by a broadcast on Canal Plus as well as cultural channel Arte.

Homeland follows Little Dorrit‘s Claire Foy as a young girl who travels to Israel after uncovering her grandfather’s journal documenting his experience in the British army around the time of the British mandate of Palestine.

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Jun 04,2010

‘Pulse’ Screencaptures & More

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Pulse‘ aired yesterday on BBC3 and it’s easy to find a ton of glowing reviews – The Scotsman says it’s “grisly, grimy and intriguing” and could “prove another triumph for BBC3, following the hit show Being Human.” Herald.ie wrote that it’s “a deeply satisfying mixture of suspense and horror set in an NHS hospital”.

If you too, enjoyed the pilot episode and want to help it get picked up for a proper series be sure to leave a comment on the BBC 3 Blog (where you can also re-watch the entire episode). And here’s the Official PULSE Facebook Page.

Hannah who is played to beautiful affect by Claire Foy
– Monstersandcritics.com

Built around the impressively versatile Claire Foy, fresh from sneering up a storm in Going Postal, Pulse aimed at a tricky mix of soap and supernatural and got it pretty much spot on. Caring without being cloying, Foy handled Hannah’s complicated backstory, which involved both a mental breakdown and a break-up (with the creepy Nick), with some aplomb.
– Metro.co.uk

The excellently understated Claire Foy playing trainee doc Hannah. … Good performances, most notably from Claire Foy as a traumatised trainee doctor, Hannah Carter, resuming her studies following the death of her mother.
– The Guardian

Foy makes for a convincing heroine, and plays the part with the right mix of vulnerability and determination to prevent her character from sliding into the typical woman-in-peril clichés that the horror genre so frequently falls back on.
– Den of Geek

What is absolutely certain is this is a first-rate cast, headed by Claire Foy of Little Dorrit fame as junior doctor Hannah.
– Mirror.co.uk

So what does the writer, Paul Cornell think of Claire as the heroine in his show? “The way the emotion works through that cast is tremendous. Claire Foy, who appears in almost every frame, did such an amazing job, and it’s wonderful to see.” (source) “The casting here is excellent, though. Claire Foy really does heavy lifting. It’s her quest, she’s the centre for us.” (source)

Here’s an interview where Claire herself talks about ‘Pulse‘:
Claire Foy & Ben Miles, Pulse, TV Choice Magazine

Assuming ‘Pulse‘ gets commissioned by the BBC for a full series we’ll be looking at transmitting in late March or early April of 2011 – according to its producer Simon Heath (source). Don’t forget to leave your positive comments on the BBC 3 Blog.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Movies & Television > Pulse (TV, 2010): Production Stills
– Movies & Television > Pulse (TV, 2010): Pilot

Signing off with this quote:

It was refreshing, and bold, and a break from the norm. So yes, if you’re reading this, BBC controllers: please, sirs, can we have some more?
– The Independent



Jun 02,2010

‘Going Postal’ Reception

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Following the airing of ‘Going Postal‘ on Sunday and Monday the general echo about the Terry Pratchett adaptation is very favourable. Many reviews called it entertaining and great fun and were praising the excellent cast – including Claire Foy – as well as the show’s visuals. And Claire seems to have gained quite a number of new fans according to Twitter.

Claire Foy a sneering delight as Adora Deerheart, the perfect anti-love interest for the perfect anti-hero.
– Metro

The stellar cast is headed by Richard Coyle as conman-turned- postmaster Moist von Lipwig and Claire Foy as Adora Belle Dearheart.
– Mirror

Clare Foy is a petite powder keg of sarcastic sharp-tongued charm and compact strength in four inch steel-tipped stilettos in her Adora Belle guise
– Den of Geek

It was the most-watched multichannel show of the day on Sunday, with 879,000 viewers and a 5% audience share. The second part on Monday attracted 627,000 viewers and brought Sky an audience share of 3.2%.

Sky1 HD and Sky1 are repeating all of ‘Going Postal on Friday, June 4th from 6pm! And it will be released on Region 2 Blu-ray & 2 Disc Special Edition DVD on August 23, 2010 including the following extras:

• Exclusive Terry Pratchett Introduction
• Deleted Scenes
• Blooper Reel
• Image Gallery: props, set drawings, storyboards
• Cast, Crew and Terry Pratchett interviews
• Director audio commentary

GALLERY LINK:
– Movies & Television > Going Postal (TV, 2010): Production Stills



May 27,2010

More Scans & Interviews

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Anna and I have added more scans from UK publications to the gallery, thanks to the ever helpful Lorna!

Claire Foy is featured in The Stage Podcast talking about of course ‘Pulse‘ and ‘Going Postal‘. We learn that she’s finished filming ‘Homeland‘ in Israel. Listen to the lovely interview here.

And the ‘Going PostalPress Pack features an interview with Claire, which was added to our Press Archive:

Claire Foy On…

GALLERY LINKS:
– Movies & Television > Going Postal (TV, 2010): Poster
– Scans: TV Choice (UK) – May 29-June 4, 2010
– Scans: Radio Times (UK) – May 29-June 4, 2010
– Scans: New (UK) – May 31, 2010



May 26,2010

Claire Foy & Ben Miles, Pulse

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from TV Choice Magazine (UK) / by Tricia Martin

She made her name as Little Dorrit in the star-studded BBC adaptation of Charles Dickens’ story. Now Claire Foy has come bang up to date as Hannah Carter in BBC3’s pilot drama Pulse. A blood-splattered supernatural thriller, it’s a tale of secret medical experiments, cover-ups and a hospital where anything can happen. We caught up with Claire and her co-star Ben Miles to talk about gore and zombies…

Did you have any idea of how gory this was going to be when you read the script?
Claire Foy:
That there was going to be this amount of blood in it? I think we all got our fair amount of blood splattered at us at some point. I don’t know that I approve of gore in general terms. But in this, it’s different.

You only see blood when there are operations. There are no unnecessary spurts of blood. And then when it does happen, it’s not just done for effect. It’s like, ‘Oh my God, I can’t believe what’s happened’.

Ben Miles: I didn’t get splattered by any blood at all. I felt very left out!
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May 26,2010

Claire Foy On…

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from the ‘Going Postal‘ Press Pack

Going Postal…
It’s the story of Moist von Lipwig and about him pulling his finger out, really. It’s a very human story, it’s about relationships and you can relate to it; there are a lot of modern references. It’s fantasy, but not a fantasy.

Adora Belle Dearheart…
She’s a badass. She’s hard as nails on the outside and she doesn’t give people much of a chance, but actually, underneath, she’s very vulnerable. She’s had a hard life and she’s a sensitive soul deep down, so there are plenty of moments to play when the mask slips.

Adora works for the Golem Trust and Lipwig’s parole officer is a golem. She’s sort of like a recruitment consultant for them and stands up for their rights. Lipwig wants to learn how to manipulate the golems so that’s when she meets him. After that he’s constantly trying to get a date with her. Both her brother and father have died as the result of a family fortune they lost, and the man she blames for that is Reacher Gilt. She hates him with a passion. It turns out that Lipwig has a plan to bring Gilt down, so that is where it all begins between the two of them…
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