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I just learned that ‘Thunderbirds‘ was shown last Saturday at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York. Sophia Myles was there and here are some pictures.
And then I finally got round to scan this old article:
» My Fair Lady Dreamwatch, September 2003
Ken informed me – a long time ago – about this video about the Empire Awards. Sophia Myles is being interviewed and she talks a bit about filming ‘Tristan & Isolde‘.
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Since I’ve bought a domain for this site, we’re now at sophiamyles.org!! There’s also the new layout – and almost everything except film descriptions is here.
‘The Face’ magazine issue May has new pictures of Sophia. View them here.
The official website for ‘The Thunderbirds’ has gone online and they’ve also got the new trailer, which – at the end – features Sophia.
Recently, British film magazine ‘Film Review’ published their survey ‘Girl Power’ and who’s most likely to conquer Hollywood. Keira Knightley is number one followed by Scarlett Johansson and Keisha Castle-Hughes. Also in the top spot is Sophia: on number 8!
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from The Mail on Sunday (UK) / by Baz Bamigboye
Sophia Myles found herself with not one, but three handsome leading actors as she began rehearsals for a TV drama that explores the hardships of Colditz castle.
The actress will star with American actor Jason Priestly, and Britsh stars Damien Lewis and Tom Hardy.
But the two-part programme will be as much passionate drama as hard-boiled wartime thriller.
As two of the men (the characters played by Hardy and Priestly) are held captive in the infamous camp, Lewis’s intelligence officer starts an affair with Sophia, who is supposed to be in love with one of the guys back in Colditz! Oh well, war is hell.
The ITV drama will film on locations in the UK, the Czech Republic and the real Colditz castle.
Meanwhile, Mr Hardy, one of our finest young actors, can be seen for four performances only in a new play called Roger & Vanessa, which runs at the Latchmere Theatre in Battersea, South London, from next Thursday.