Uploaded lots of screen caps of Emilia’s past projects, a photoshoot, and a still for ‘Bookaboo’.
Interviews & TV Appearances > Interviews & Appearances 2010 > Bookaboo
Interviews & TV Appearances > Interviews & Appearances 2010 > Ophelia
Interviews & TV Appearances > Interviews & Appearances 2011 > Who Do You Think You Are? > Part 1 (HD)
Interviews & TV Appearances > Interviews & Appearances 2011 > Who Do You Think You Are? > Part 2 (HD)
Interviews & TV Appearances > Interviews & Appearances 2011 > Who Do You Think You Are? > Part 3 (HD)
Interviews & TV Appearances > Interviews & Appearances 2011 > Who Do You Think You Are? > Part 4 (HD)
Television Series > Coupling (2002) > Screen Captures: 3×02 – Faithless
Television Series > Coupling (2002) > Screen Captures: 3×03 – Unconditional Sex
Television Series > Shooting The Past (1999) > Screen Captures: Episode 2
Television Series > Shooting The Past (1999) > Screen Captures: Episode 3
Big thanks to wendy2455 otherwise this update wouldn’t be possible
Emilia Fox has described getting red-carpet ready for awards ceremonies as “a treat”.
The A-list actress discussed how being preened and pampered by stylists and make-up artists is one of her favourite parts of the job.
Although she feels pre-awards do stress, it’s the advice bestowed upon her by her team of pros that help her get through events.
At this year’s BAFTA Awards Emilia wowed in a vintage Givenchy gown, which her stylist told her to not sit down in.
“It’s such a treat being asked to come here and it’s great fun, but there’s such a lot of pressure too,” Emilia explained to British OK! magazine. “It’s never worse than when you walk down the red carpet and you don’t feel your best. One year, I had my baby just three months before and I had her here with me. My mind was somewhere else. I walked down the red carpet thinking, ‘I should be at home breast feeding.’”
The actress feels responsible for her appearance at high-profile events. She gushed about the team of professionals who work behind the scenes to ensure stars like her are appropriately groomed before their big appearances.
“You’re being scrutinised and also feel very responsible. There’s so much work that goes into a red carpet look – it’s a team effort and I’m just a dolly!”
Appearances > 2013 > 08th Feb | WilliamVintage Private Dinner – Arrivals & Inside [+1]
Appearances > 2013 > 10th Feb | EE British Academy Film Awards – Red Carpet Arrivals [+31]
Appearances > 2013 > 10th Feb | EE British Academy Film Awards – After Party [+3]
I added 5 stunning HQ portraits of Emilia at the Pre-BAFTA Party.
Appearances > 2013 > 06th Feb | EE & Esquire Host Pre-BAFTA Party – Portraits
Over the last two weeks you may have noticed some changes in the gallery… that’s because I’ve re-organized all folders and fixed broken links, added new photos and replaced the MQ photos with over 2,200 HQ photos in the event’s section. Hope you enjoy!
Appearances > 1978 > 7th Nov | The Fox Family
Appearances > 1998 > 1st Feb | The Evening Standard British Film Awards
Appearances > 2001 > 10th Jan | The Evening Standard Film Awards
Appearances > 2001 > 8th March | Carlton Restaurant Awards
Appearances > 2001 > 23rd Oct | Mulberry Store Party
Appearances > 2001 > 25th Oct | The 2001 Independent Film Awards
Appearances > 2002 > 10 events
Appearances > 2003 > 18
Appearances > 2004 > 4
Appearances > 2005 > 15
Appearances > 2006 > 12
Appearances > 2007 > 12
Appearances > 2008 > 23
Appearances > 2009 > 20
Appearances > 2010 > 15
Appearances > 2011 > 17
Appearances > 2012 > 20
As reported a few weeks ago series 15 and 16 will be released on DVD in almost a month. There are no bonus features planned unfortunately.
I found a second DVD cover (this time with David) and I’m curious what they’ll go for. Which one do you guys prefer? Or would you rather see both, Harry and Jack, on the cover?
A special treat for Valentines Day! David Tennant and Emilia Fox come together to recreate their original roles from 2012′s Love Virtually.
With two million copies sold in Germany to date, and bought by thirty-five publishers around the world, Love Virtually by Austrian novelist Daniel Glattauer, is well on the way to becoming a global publishing phenomenon. It’s a thoroughly modern epistolary novel with a difference: its protagonists, Emmi Rothner and Leo Leike, communicate exclusively by e-mail.
They “meet” when Emmi mistakenly sends an e-mail to Leo’s inbox. The romance that follows allows them to live out a shared secret life far removed from their day-to-day existences. But to what extent does it rely on fantasy and escapism, and will it survive a real-life meeting?
The problem is – Emmi (a modern Madame Bovary) is married….
Have email, Facebook and texting created a generation of isolated young people who prefer to communicate remotely – who may be in fact afraid to engage in face to face contact to find love? Is it possible to fall in love with someone you’ve never met? Does a virtual affair ‘count’ as adultery? What are the implications of the fact that we can pretend to be anyone we want in cyberspace?
Every Seventh Wave sees Leo returning from Boston having cut-off all email communication with Emmi.
Emmi’s husband had found out about the relationship and this revelation caused their relationship to implode. After repeated attempts to contact him, Emmi finally receives an answer from Leo.
But it doesn’t come with good news.
Can the internet lovers rekindle their romance? Can love survive though emails alone?
And will they ever meet?
Producer: Clive Brill
A Pacificus production for BBC Radio 4.