from outlandermovie.co.uk / Official “Freya” Q&A So what appealed to you about the role of Freya?Sophia: Quite often, women in films — especially period films — are just the damsel in distress, and I liked the fact that Freya was very strong and even quite masculine. And also, being completely honest, I liked the fact that I was the only girl and I was going to be surrounded by lots
from Elle (UK), February 2009 / by Carlene Thomas-Bailey Is the 28 year-old British ACTRESS’s diet more healthy now she lives in LA? ELLE asks a nutritionist for her OPINION on Sophia’s weekly food intake MONDAY I started thinking more about what I put into my body when I moved to LA last year. For hreaktast, I have wholegrain and sesame-seed cereal with skimmed milk – and a peppermint tea.
from Chud.com / by Devin Faraci Did you know that Jamie Bell is really, really funny? He plays lots of dark, deep, often weird character, but unlike other ‘intense’ young actors, he’s got a great sense of humor and a terrific laugh. I was sort of taken aback by just how funny Bell was, and how light his demeanor was – when I sat in a press conference with him
from Vulture — Entertainment & Culture Blog (New York Magazine) / by Brent SimonFor English beauty Sophia Myles, 2006 represented a sort of coming-out party, with the period-piece romance Tristan & Isolde and the vampire-and-werewolf action sequel Underworld: Evolution, plus a plum role in Terry Zwigoff’s Art School Confidential five months later. Her latest film is David Mackenzie’s Mister Foe, in which she stars opposite Jamie Bell as Kate Breck,