I’ll be the first to admit that the quality of the screen captures is pretty shocking but as soon as it’s eventually released on DVD in the UK rest assured these will be replaced. I tried all sorts of different ways to get the best quality possible but what you can now see in the gallery is actually the best quality.
If you don’t want to know what happens in the film then I’d suggest not looking through the pictures as there is a few spoilers, particularly at the end.
Filmography > Belle du Seigneur > Film Screen Captures [+3323]
Jonathan has been chosen as the top 15 most handsome men for 2012. You can vote by clicking the link underneath the text so he can then be crowned ‘Man of the Year’
I have added 5 MQ pictures of Jonny and Victoria arriving at the Place for Peace Dinner last month to the gallery
Public Appearances > Events in 2012 > Place for Peace Dinner
The Tudors > Season One > Screen Captures > 1.09 Look to God First [+768]
The Tudors > Season One > Screen Captures > 1.10 > The Death of Wolsey [+753 - Contains scenes of a sexual nature]
The Tudors > Season One > Episode Stills [+026]
We now have a website for Dracula! There isn’t much on it at the moment but in time (and hopefully in the not too distant future) there will be a lot of information regarding the release date, episode synopsis and perhaps even some stills and interviews once filming starts in Hungary next year. Check it out!
Thanks to Mayara we now have caps from Jonnys cameo appearance in A Film With Me In It from 2009
Filmography > A Film With Me In It > DVD Screen Captures [+094]
“Fox International has started production in Spain on Panda Eyes. Directed by Isabel Coixet (My Life Without Me, The Secret Life Of Words), the film stars Game Of Thrones‘ Sophie Turner, who is making her feature film debut. She’s surrounded by Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Rhys Ifans, Claire Forlani, Gregg Sulkin, Leonor Watling, Ivana Baquero, and Geraldine Chaplin. The film is a psychological thriller with Turner playing a woman haunted by a secret past. It is based on the Cathy MacPhail novel Another Me, and Coixet wrote the script. 20th Century Fox will distribute the Fox International film, a UK/Spain co-production that has Rebekah Gilbertson and Nicole Carmen-Davis producing for UK-based Rainy Day Films and Mariela Besuievsky producing for Spain-based Tornasol Films. Film Agency for Wales, Fox International Productions, the British Film Co. and DSK Ventures are financing the film”
Cathy has not long announced via her Facebook page that Panda Eyes will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival next year. I so hope Jonny will be attending!