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“Top Gun: Maverick” World Premiere

“Top Gun: Maverick” World Premiere

Rachel has had a busy week, as she followed up Monday’s Doctor Strange premiere with another public appearance yesterday! The much anticipated “Top Gun: Maverick” World Premiere was held at the USS Midway Museum in San Diego last night, and Rachel was one of many stars in attendance. Our gallery has been updated with over 100 beautiful photos of Rach – big thanks to my kind friend at Starring Kristen Stewart for helping me collect these!

It’s so nice to see Rachel attend public events again – hopefully these latest ones will be the first of many in 2022!

“Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” Premiere

“Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” Premiere

The premiere of Marvel Studios’ “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” was held at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles this Monday, and Rachel was in attendance! She walked the red carpet in a stunning Elie Saab dress, accessorized with jewelry by Effy. She definitely brightened up the red carpet! Our gallery has been updated with photos both from the arrivals, and from inside the event.

Rachel presents ‘Are you There God? It’s Me, Margaret’ at the 2022 CinemaCon + receives the Vanguard Award

Rachel presents ‘Are you There God? It’s Me, Margaret’ at the 2022 CinemaCon + receives the Vanguard Award

The 2022 CinemaCon was held this week, the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners. Rachel was in attendance, making it her first public appearance since before the Covid-19 pandemic! She started the day by speaking about her upcoming movie “Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret” with her co-star Abby Ryder Fortson during Lionsgate exclusive presentation at the Caesars Palace. According to a Deadline exclusive, the trailer preview drew great laughs from exhibitors. Ahead of the film trailer being shown, Rachel and Abby presented a montage of pop culture references to the enduring book, from TV talk shows to mainstream movies and everything in between. The trailer closes out with the classic mantra, “We must, we must, we must increase our busts.”

Later in the evening, Rachel was back at the red carpet for the CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement Awards where she was honored with the the Vanguard Award. You can read a great little piece from ET Canada who interviewed Rachel about the 20th anniversary of her Hollywood debut at the event below!

Thanks to my kind friend Emily, we have more than 300 high quality photos of Rachel at the CinemaCon! I love how different her outfits were at the two different events, and the close-ups from the Big Screen Achievement Awards are truly stunning. Have fun browsing all the new additions – we sure have missed seeing Rachel on the red carpet!

Rachel McAdams is looking back at her impressive career after being honored with the Vanguard Award at CinemaCon on Thursday.

The Oscar-nominated actress was at the annual event, held at Caesars Palace Colosseum Theatre in Las Vegas, to promote her upcoming film Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret, and received the trophy during the CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement Awards. Speaking with ET’s Kevin Frazier, McAdams joked that the honor “is making me feel old!”

“Do I have that much to celebrate? It’s added up, and I didn’t realize it,” McAdams said. This year marks the 20th anniversary of her mainstream Hollywood film debut in the comedy The Hot Chick, and over the past two decades she’s racked up an impressive collection of beloved roles and accolades. But it’s also gone by fast for the celebrated star.

“I mean, in some ways I feel like I’ve just started, so it’s just funny to hear that,” she said of the milestone. “In other ways, I just feel lucky I’ve been able to do it this long. So, it’s great.”

“I don’t think I’ve taken the time to really think about it, I was just like, ‘You’re gonna give me an award? I’ll show up. Sure!'” McAdams added with a laugh.

This year’s CinemaCon is particularly special for so many of those involved, as it comes amid a gradual return to theaters for many moviegoers after nearly two years of lockdowns and restrictions due to the pandemic.

“It’s such a beautiful moment to be a part. I was enjoying it just from my local movie theater last weekend. I was like, watching a comedy, but crying from happiness just sitting in that seat,” McAdams shared. “So, then to be here, for this event, for people that have persevered through this and are still passionate about bringing movies and the community of watching movies together, back — it’s emotional.”

McAdams actually has two films coming out this year, starting with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which hits theaters May 6, and then Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret, which comes out Sept. 16.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Trailer

The official trailer for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was released during the Superbowl last weekend, and it looks phenomenal! If you haven’t seen it already, make sure to check it out below. If you have seen it, I recommend a second watch – it really gets better and better with every watch! We can’t wait for May the 6th.

In addition to the new trailer, our gallery has been updated with an incredible new poster for the film!

Rachel finish filming “Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret”

Yesterday, the producer of Rachel’s upcoming film “Are You There God? It’s Me, MargaretAmy Lorraine Brooks shared two cute new photos of her and Rachel on the set of the film, hashtagged #thatsawrap! The two new photos can be found in our gallery. No release information is yet available, but we will keep you posted. The film is directed by Kelly Fremon Craig, and co-stars Kathy Bates, Benny Safdie and Abby Ryder Fortson.

“Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret” official plot: When her family moves from the city to the suburbs, 11-year-old Margaret navigates new friends, feelings, and the beginning of adolescence.

‘Game Night’ Film Screencaptures + information page

‘Game Night’ Film Screencaptures + information page

Screencaptures of Rachel as Annie in the 2018 Action-Comedy ‘Game Night’ have been added to our gallery today! While this won’t go down as Rachel’s most memorable film, I thoroughly enjoyed it from beginning to end – and Rachel was incredible, as usual. Previews and gallery link can be found below!

The information page dedicated to the film has also been completed, where you can read about the production, find film reviews and more. Check it out at this link here.

A group of friends who meet regularly for game nights find themselves entangled in a real-life mystery when the shady brother of one of them is seemingly kidnapped by dangerous gangsters.

Rachel Covers Violet Book (October 2018)

Rachel Covers Violet Book (October 2018)

Rachel is gracing another cover to promote the upcoming release of “Disobedience“, which will be released in cinemas tomorrow in the UK. Rachel is on the cover of the current issue of Violet Book magazine which is currently on newsstands. She is interviewed by Rebecca Lenkiewicz, the screenwriter of the movie. It’s a really nice and in-depth interview which you can find our press archives. We have added the scans and photoshoot outtakes in our gallery.

On what drew her to ‘Disobedience’: “I felt that way about all the characters and I think that’s what I was drawn to initially, was this script, where every character had their own really rich and complete arch and no one was using the other person just to surface the story, you know, and everyone was on a really interesting journey. It didn’t feel like anyone was pushed to the side, and even Dovid [played by Alessandro Nivola], the cuckold—you know, he wasn’t just a device, he was a real person.”

On not wanting to direct: “Especially in film, like I said, without the rehearsal, and it’s just like, all the stars have to be aligned. Sometimes I’m just amazed that movies get made, I’m amazed that they come together, there’s so many moving parts, and I do think a director often is… I would never want to direct because I’m terrible at decision making. I can’t make snap decisions, I have to really think things through and sort of waffle back and forth and play devil’s advocate and be my own worst enemy and then I come back around and— Anyway, it’s exhausting […] But I could never be a director because it’s just constantly having to make decisions, and sometimes I’ve talked to directors and they’re like, ‘You almost just fake it ’til you make it’, and so I think there’s no much on a director’s plate. I’m kind of a pest [laughs]. But that’s just my process.”

On how ‘Mean Girls’ influenced her future project choices: “I think that’s when I first started to think, like, oh, use your voice as best you can, and then, at the same time, just show a variety of people. I think that goes to show a diverse swath of characters and that women can be all kinds of things. They can be strong in one moment and weak in another, and it’s not over, you know—weakness is suggestive, and so not just get into playing the idea of the strong woman, which is quite limiting.”

On #MeToo “Yeah, how do we not swing so far the other way? With #MeToo and everything I feel like it’s been amazing. There’s a revolution happening, and just in my industry, all the older, seasoned actresses are looking back and thinking, ‘Oh yeah, we did this as well in the 60s and 70s and now it just came back around again.’ And is this just a reincarnation of it or is there real change happening? I feel like there’s real change happening. But I suppose the danger is, I don’t know, you swing so far one way and then, you know, it’s like with American politics [laughs], you wind up in this echo chamber. And then the other group suddenly feels marginalised and like they’re losing their power and start to rise up and it’s like, how do we find that middle ground where everyone feels heard and everyone feels human and everyone has compassion for all people. But I also think you kinda have to fight hard and use your anger to get anywhere.”

Rachel Covers The Sunday Times Style (November 25)

Rachel Covers The Sunday Times Style (November 25)

Rachel graced the cover of this past weekend’s issue of The Sunday Times’ (UK) Style Magazine to promote the upcoming release of “Disobedience” in the UK. We have added the (digital) scans in our gallery as well as the photoshoot outtakes. The interview can be found in our press archives and excerpts can be found below. “Disobedience” will be out in cinemas on November 30 in the UK.

On her breakout year: “Timing is such a funny thing. They were very different roles and genres, which allowed me more choice.”

On motherhood: “It’s the greatest thing that’s ever happened to me, hands down. [People say] your life is not your own any more. But I had 39 years of me, I was sick of me, I was so happy to put the focus on some other person. I waited a long time [for motherhood].”

On the theme of ‘Disobedience’: “It’s so tragic to think that, of all the problems in this world, we make it an issue who you want to love. It drives me nuts.”

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