I spent the whole day yesterday capping the ‘Tristan & Isolde’ DVD and uploading everything. Following is the summary of what I’ve uploaded to the gallery.
‘The Girl in the Fireplace’ aired on Saturday and Sophia’s performance impressed many who hadn’t heard of her before. That’s great! About the success of the episode itself, a quote from Gallifrey Online:
“Doctor Who” was again the #1 rated show on UK television on Saturday both by viewers as well as by audience share.
And Glamour Magazine UK have a video interview. Watch it, Sophia Myles is very funny and articulate!
001 Doctor Who – Stills
005 Doctor Who – Screen Captures sent in by Rob. A BIG thank you!
861 Tristan & Isolde – Screen Captures (extra large if you click the intermediate picture)
110 Tristan & Isolde – DVD Featurette Love Conquers All
064 Tristan & Isolde – Trailer (replaced with larger captures)
156 We Belong Together (replaced with larger captures)
083 We Belong Together (short version)
105 Glamour Magazine UK Watch the video here
I’ve added scans of the beautiful photographs of Sophia Myles featured in the current issue of Tatler UK.
Read the article called Sophia Power here.
006 Tatler – Scans
001 Art School Confidential – Artwork
001 Tristan & Isolde – Still
Amo informed me that SeeFilmFirst and “Glamour” magazine are giving away free tickets to see Tristan and Isolde on the 19th April in various ODEON cinemas across the UK. Go here and enter the code: 13877. Thanks for the heads up!
He also sent me a link to MSN where – in a feature about the big names of tomorrow who are making a splash right now – they feature Sophia Myles in the category ‘The Actress’.
“Starring in the Thunderbirds movie as Miss Penelope may have brought our attention to the talents of British actress Sophia Myles, but it will be the romantic Tristan & Isolde (with Rufus Sewell) and that naked scene in the upcoming Art School Confidential (with John Malkovich and Angelica Houston) that will bring her leading lady status. The 25-year-old blonde bombshell, born and raised in Notting Hill, was discovered by Oscar-winning screenwriter Julian Fellowes in a school play and was immediately cast in the BBC’s version of The Prince and the Pauper, aged just 16. Despite being on the brink of Hollywood superstardom, Myles is as down-to-earth as they come – she won’t consider moving to LA full-time and respects actresses like Reese Witherspoon who manage to keep their private life private. With fame around the corner and a relationship with Dr. Who star David Tennant going strong; this is one actress who appears to have it all ahead of her.”