Jeremy Irons visits Chateau Montelena Winery

Dave Hosts Jeremy Irons

APRIL 28, 2011
Via Montelena Winery News

Recently, the famous actor Jeremy Irons visited us as part of a British documentary project. Who was the lucky guy that hosted him? Our own Dave Vella, because the whole subject of the upcoming feature is about sustainability, and Dave is our resident guru on that subject. Catch Jeremy Irons on the current Showtime series “The Borgias” – catch Dave and Jeremy Irons on camera in a future Blenheim Films documentary about sustainable farming – we’ll let you know when the film is released.

Dave Vella and Jeremy Irons


The Borgias has been renewed for Season 2


Posted: Mon., Apr. 25, 2011, 3:55pm PT

Showtime renews ‘The Borgias’

Second season of 10 episodes to air in 2012

By Jon Weisman

Barely three weeks after its premiere, historical drama “The Borgias” has earned a 10-episode second season from Showtime.

Starring Jeremy Irons, “The Borgias” has outpaced the final season of Showtime ancestor “The Tudors” in viewership. Production will begin this summer on the second season of “Borgias,” with a 2012 premiere date targeted.

Neil Jordan will continue as exec produce as well as direct the first two episodes of season two. David Leland will also write several episodes and direct a pair.

Jeremy Irons at The Borgias Press Conference

Jeremy Irons at The Borgias Press Conference at the Four Seasons Hotel, on April 20, 2011 in Beverly Hills, California.

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Max Irons in US Vogue

Max Irons is featured in an editorial photo spread in the May 2011 issue of U.S. Vogue magazine.

See the original article HERE.  Photos by Bruce Weber.

Model and actress Natalia Vodianova unpacks a cinematic urban summer wardrobe at the iconic Chateau Marmont and finds young Hollywood talents behind every door.

Other actors featured in this photo spread include Isabel Lucas, André Balazs, Martin Henderson, Dave Franco, Ethan Peck, Matthew Gray Gubler and Ed Harris.

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Jeremy Irons in San Francisco, CA

Thank you to Bill Lundy, of San Francisco, CA for these great photos!



Max Irons in Common & Sense Man

Physical Graffiti–Marcus Mam (See Management) photographs Max Irons for the latest installment of Common & Sense Man. Taking to a playfully untidy set, Max is styled by Antonio Branco (De Facto) in relaxed pieces from Marc by Marc Jacobs, Y-3 and D&G as well as other labels.

Set Design: Zac Mitchell
Grooming: Sarah Sibia @ See Management
Production: Dan Foley @ See Management

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Jeremy Irons in People Magazine

Jeremy and The Borgias get mentioned in the April 11, 2011 issue of People Magazine.

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