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Parade talks to Sophia

Another new interview. This time around from Parade Magazine. Reading the title “Sophia Myles On Her First On-Screen Kiss” made me expect little but there are some nice quotes in there about enjoying the single life, growing up, living in LA and playing a Viking princess.

I think when I was younger I was kind of looking for somebody to come along to complete me. And I’ve realized now that I have to basically be complete — I have to complete myself. And then the right thing will come. I’m enjoying the single life. I’m enjoying taking this time for myself because I think it’s important.

My philosophy exactly! Read the full interview.

According to Videota the US DVD for Mister Foe will come out November 11, 2008.

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Your chance to watch Sophia’s acting debut

Every now and then I like to check the upcoming TV schedule for Sophia Myles over at IMDb. Imagine my surprise when I saw ‘The Prince and the Pauper‘ listed. Up till now I have never managed to see this 1996 BBC mini series that is also Sophia’s acting debut. So, UK residents mark this in your diaries:

August 29th: ‘The Prince and the Pauper‘ airs on TMC at 13.00 and on TMC 2 at 19.00.

One of the comments in the film’s IMDb boards sent me on a 3 hour search. But finally I found what I was looking for! Apparently, the Mark Twain adaptation with Sophia Myles as Lady Jane Grey in a supporting role was released on a Region 2 DVD in the Netherlands on April 11, 2008! Follow this link to order your copy. Mine is hopefully already on its way and I’ll be sure to post screencaps and one or two clips once it arrives!

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‘Hallam Foe’ DVD

hallamfoe-dvd.jpgGreat news for our visitors from the UK. ‘Hallam Foe’ is coming to DVD! Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment is releasing it on February 4, 2008. Pre-Order on Amazon.co.uk.

Special Features will include:
• Deleted Scenes
• Deleted Scenes with Directors Commentary
• Interviews with cast and crew
• Feature Film with Directors Commentary

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‘Dracula’ German DVD

dracula.jpgIt’s been almost a year that ‘Dracula‘ premiered on BBC. It has since been released on DVD in both the UK and the US. Now, the Bram Stoker adaptation starring Sophia Myles as (eventual) vampire Lucy has been released on a German DVD!

Since there’s no new episode of ‘Moonlight’ until next week and the series is not yet airing anywhere outside the States – except in Australia as of next week Dec 12th at 9:30PM on Channel 9 – it might be a good idea to watch this film in the meantime. Buy the DVD on Amazon US, UK, Deutschland

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