Edited July 1st; All spots for the video are now TAKEN. I still have a few messages to add but now have no space so for you wonderful lot I have decided to take on another little project to send to Jonny. Any messages sent from now on will be going into a booklet which will also be going direct to Jonnys new London fanmail address along with the disc including the video. The front cover has already been made along with a birthday letter. Please click more for the edited rules and suggestions.
Again thanks to the wonderful Flor @ Sweet Revelation for the first time JRM Source now has a matching home and gallery layout. You may also notice in the top right hand corner it says ‘Back to JRM Source’ so now when you’re finished viewing the gallery you can get straight back to the main site to continue your visit rather than having to edit the URL in the address box or pressing the back button on your browser.
In other news it seems as though London Town may be going ahead according to Screen Daily. Unfortunately I can’t access all of the article due to subscription charges but it is certainly looking promising. I have also been getting ready the information for this years birthday project which I will be posting on Monday afternoon (GMT) so keep an eye out for that if you would like to take part.
Back to Belle du Seigneur which we’ve been waiting an eternity to see (remember that?) it will be premiering at the Champs Elysées Film Festival on June 14th at 8:15pm.
The Cannes Film Festival as you all probably know is taking place right now and lots of deals are being made for new projects, one of them apparently involving Jonathan. Should it turn out to be in fact true, he will be joining forces again with Christine Vachon who directed Velvet Goldmine. It will also star Liv Tyler and Daniel Huttlestone who played the role of Gavroche in Les Miserables. The character who he is rumoured to be playing is a father juggling 2 jobs to keep the family afloat in 70’s England. More information below.
Cargo Entertainment (The Angriest Man in Brooklyn) has added London Town to its Cannes slate. The film will be produced by Christine Vachon and Sofia Sondervan. The cast for the package being presented in Cannes, includes Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, Liv Tyler and Daniel Huttlestone. Huttlestone played the role of Gavroche in Les Miserables.The film is set in England in 1978 as unemployment hits a high. 14-year-old Shay Baker (Huttlestone) has a hard time, as his family tries to stay afloat and his father (Rhys Myers) works two jobs. One day, Shay’s estranged mother sends him a cassette of music from London and he is captivated by the band The Clash. The music and a young punk woman helps him keep going. The coming-of-age/adventure will be directed by Derrick Borte. Borte’s previous credits include The Joneses. Sondervan’s credits include Cadillac Records and Feel The Noise. Vachon’s past films include Velvet Goldmine and Kill Your Darlings. Based in New York, Cargo Entertainment was founded in 2011 by Marina Grasic, Jan Korbelin and Mark Lindsay. It is a worldwide sales, financing, production and distribution company.
NBC Dracula has posted the trailer to their Facebook account and Jonathan is just beyond perfect in it. I have added 71 HD screen captures to the gallery
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Thanks to our wonderful affiliate Lora she has shared these gorgeous stills with me. The NBC Dracula website has also been updated with a new header and with information about the TV slot. It will air on NBC on Fridays at 10/9c! Not long to go now!
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sortiescinema on YouTube has just released the French Belle Du Seigneur trailer online and we get to see lots of previously unseen footage from the film. Please if you are a minor be aware that the trailer contains scenes of a sexual nature and some nudity. I have added 62 HD screen captures to the gallery.
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Thanks to Sony we now have Jonathans official TMI character poster and it has been added it to the gallery. Isn’t it just gorgeous? Who’d of thought evil could be so good looking?
Thanks to my wonderful friend Hayley for bringing this gorgeous portrait to my attention! The photographer who took the picture goes by the name of Barry McCall and I believe it was taken round about 2010 in London for a book called ‘PHO20GRAPHY’. The proceeds went to one of Irelands oldest charities the ISPCC.
I have added 3 MQ stills to the gallery from the filming of Belle. They will be replaced once I find better quality images
Edit; The images have now been replaced with HQ versions
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