Max Irons in New York to Promote ‘Woman in Gold’ and ‘The Riot Club’

Max Irons made appearances in New York City in March 2015, to promote his films Woman in Gold and The Riot Club.

On March 26, Max was on NBC’s Today Show. On Monday, March 30, Max appeared on Good Day New York and New York Live.

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Jeremy Irons Begins Filming ‘The Correspondence’ for Giuseppe Tornatore

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Production begins on THE CORRESPONDENCE, a film starring Jeremy Irons, DIRECTED BY GIUSEPPE TORNATORE

Photo by Paco Cinematografica

Photo by Paco Cinematografica

Monday, March 30 2015, Piemonte, Italy

In a press conference held on March 20th, during the final days of the 11th Edition of the Lucca Film Festival, Oscar winning actor Jeremy Irons announced the beginning of production of his upcoming film, “The Correspondence,” directed by Giuseppe Tornatore, Academy Award winner in 1989 for the film Cinema Paradiso.

Tornatore’s new film The Correspondence begins today March 30th on San Giulio Island in Italy’s Piedmont region; the film is also scheduled to be shot in Trentino Alto Adige, Scotland and England.

The film stars Oscar winning actor Jeremy Irons who plays the role of an astrophysics professor. The plot focuses on Irons’ relationship with his student, Amy (Olga Kurylenko) . Her character is also a stunt woman for television and cinema whose action scenes always end with the death of her fictional character, a choice imposed by her attempt to sublimate strong guilt-feelings. It will be the relationship with her professor, Jeremy Irons’ character, which will help her find her lost existential balance.

During the Lucca Film Festival last week, Jeremy Irons had the opportunity to meet with Giuseppe Tornatore to discuss the script of the movie and Irons states. “I’m enthusiastic to work with Tornatore in this movie and to have the chance to work with an Italian director whose perception of the world is so extraordinary.”

For The Correspondence, Tornatore will reunite with award-winning composer Ennio Morricone to create the soundtrack of the film. Jeremy Irons has worked in another film scored by Ennio Morricone, The Mission, in which he co-starred with Robert De Niro.

The movie is produced by Paco Cinematografica and Rai Cinema, with the support of Business Location Sudtirol Alto Adige, Trentino Film Commission, Turin and Piedmont Film Commission end the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities.

Other upcoming film projects featuring Jeremy Irons include:

–       Ben Wheatley’s “High-Rise” (2015), in which Irons will play the role of Anthony Royal, an architect.

–       Matt Brown’s “The Man Who Knew Infinity” (2015), in which Irons will play the role of the English mathematician G.H. Hardy.

–     Zack Snyder’s “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”, scheduled to be released iMarch 25, 2016, in which Irons will play the role of Alfred Pennyworth.

–    Stephen Hopkins’ “Race” (2016), in which Irons will play the role of Avery Brundage, leader of the American contingent of athletes and officials during the 1936 Summer Olympic Games, who then became the 5th President of the International Olympic Committee.

Jeremy Irons and Giuseppe Tornatore in Lucca, March 2015

Jeremy Irons and Giuseppe Tornatore in Lucca, March 2015

Jeremy Irons at the 2015 Lucca Film Festival

Jeremy Irons was in attendance at the Lucca Film Festival in Italy.  He attended a press conference on Friday 20 March at 12.30pm.  He was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award on Friday night.

Jeremy conducted a Masterclass on Saturday at the Teatro del Giglio with the participation of Claudio Carabba, Manrico Ferrucci (General Director of the Teatro del Giglio), Nicola Borrelli (director Lucca Film Festival), Alessandro Romanini (coordinator of exhibitions dedicated to Cronenberg) and Domenico De Gaetano (cultural association Volumina).

Also on Saturday,  at 18:30 at the church of San Francesco, Jeremy was present at the concert of the soundtracks composed by Howard Shore composed for David Cronenberg films.

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Jeremy Irons Attends ‘Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty’ Opening

Jeremy Irons and Sinead Cusack attend the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty VIP private view at the Victoria and Albert Museum on March 14, 2015 in London, England.

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Jeremy Irons Attends International Women’s Day Luncheon in Limerick

Jeremy Irons was in attendance at the Dunraven Arms Hotel in Adare, Co. Limerick, Ireland, for an International Women’s Day Luncheon, on Friday 6 March 2015. Jeremy has been a patron of The Hope Foundation for many years.

London based actress, author and businesswoman Fiona Fullerton joined Hope Founder and Hon. Director Maureen Forrest and managing director of JJ’O Toole Ltd. Vicki O’Toole, as guest speakers at the event.

Jeremy auctioned off a tea party, hosted by himself, at Kilcoe Castle, for 3,250, to benefit The Hope Foundation.

A very special THANK YOU to Keith Wiseman for sharing his gorgeous, professional images from the event!  To see more of Keith’s work, please visit his website   and social media: @kwisemanphoto on Twitter and Instagram.

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Jeremy Irons to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award at Lucca Film Festival

Jeremy Irons will be the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award, at the 2015 Lucca Film Festival in Italy, on 20 March. lucca film festival 2015 banner The 2015 festival is also celebrating the films of David Cronenberg.  There will be a screening of Dead Ringers, starring Jeremy Irons, on Thursday 19 March, at 18:15. On Friday 20 March, Jeremy will be presented with the Lifetime Achievement award at 21:30. A screening of M. Butterfly will follow the award presentation. On Saturday 21 March, Jeremy will give a lecture at 11:00 and at 15:00 Sinead Cusack will be on hand to introduce a screening of her film Eastern Promises, directed by David Cronenberg. For more information on the festival and to purchase tickets, visit their website.

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