We’re back, didn’t lose anything and as far as I can tell everything is working as it should. As always, if you spot anything amiss, please let me know so I can fix it!
Three servers are in early hard drive failure. Gertie has ordered Data Retention and all sites on affected servers will be moved to new hard drives ASAP, but because it’s three servers she isn’t sure how long it’ll take.
These sites of mine are on the affected servers:
According to Gertie, there will be no data loss but might be some downtime while the sites transfer.
I’ve added 50 HQ photos of Rachel at the “Oz the Great And Powerful” Press Conference.
I’m going on a hiatus for 1-2 weeks, due to personal, health-related reasons. During that time, I’ll deal with any server issues and problems and script updates as normal should there be any, but all other things will be on hold.
I’ve upgraded the gallery to the latest stable release.
I’ve added 11 photos of Rachel attending ”The Deep Blue Sea” Screening at Museum of the Moving Image yesterday.
The actress is shocked by her out-of-nowhere nomination for ‘The Deep Blue Sea’
Rachel Weisz is just as surprised as everyone else by her nomination for The Deep Blue Sea.
“I’m genuinely pretty shocked. It wasn’t even on my radar, or anyone else’s. I’m thrilled. I’m happy! Everyone is surprised!” she says with a laugh.
Weisz is in Los Angeles, where a phone call woke her up in her hotel room. “I was kind of mad. I didn’t order an alarm call,” she says, but heard the good news instead.
“I’m going to celebrate in New York with my husband when I get back,” she says, referring to Daniel Craig, who’s also having a great year with Skyfall.
She’s on the West Coast to promote her fable Oz: The Great and Powerful. So, does being in the movie score her major points with her son Henry? “I have to wait and see what my son thinks of it. He sets the standard pretty high. We’ll see if we can beat Paranorman,” says Weisz.
Source: USA Today
Name: Rachel Weisz
Character: Hester Collyer
Film: The Deep Blue Sea
Synopsis: Hester Collyer (Rachel Weisz) leads a privileged life in 1950s London as the beautiful wife of high court judge Sir William Collyer (Simon Russell Beale).
To the shock of those around her, she walks out on her marriage to move in with young ex-RAF pilot, Freddie Page (Tom Hiddleston), with whom she has fallen passionately in love.
Set in post-war Britain, this adaptation of Terence Rattigan’s classic play, The Deep Blue Sea is a study of forbidden love, suppressed desire, and the fear of loneliness – but is at heart a deeply moving love story.
Previous Golden Globe Wins: Weisz won the Best Supporting Actress Golden Globe for her performance in The Constant Gardener.
Previous Golden Globe Nominations: This is only her second Golden Globe nomination.
Award/Nominations for role: Rachel Weisz was named Best Actress at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards and Toronto Film Critics Association Awards.
She was also nominated at the London Film Critic’s Circle Awards and the Evening Standard British Film Awards.
Critics: Davies is in fine form here, with luminous perfs, especially from Rachel Weisz, rounding out a classy package. – Variety
- In the face of Weisz’s magnificence, it’s impossible to dismiss The Deep Blue Sea as dated and creaky. Weisz makes it timeless. – Rolling Stone
- [Weisz'] performance that transforms her from actress to movie star. – Slate
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I’ve uploaded video clips of Rachel Weisz in the movie 360 to the media site. You can see all six clips here.