MOLLY MOON AND THE INCREDIBLE BOOK OF HYPNOTISM: Raffey Cassidy talks new film – Exclusive Interview

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English actress Raffey Cassidy is just turning thirteen years old, but she’s already got leads in two 2015 big-screen features. Earlier this year, she played the android Athena opposite George Clooney in TOMORROWLAND, and now she’s starring as the title heroine in MOLLY MOON AND THE INCREDIBLE BOOK OF HYPNOTISM opposite Emily Watson and Dominic Monaghan. Cassidy has also played the daughter of Jeremy Piven’s title character in the PBS series MR. SELFRIDGE, and the young version of Kristen Stewart’s Snow White in SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN and Eva Green’s Angelique in Tim Burton’s DARK SHADOWS. Cassidy recently got […]Read On »

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Actress Frances O’Connor talks THE MISSING – Exclusive Interview

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In Starz’s new eight-part miniseries THE MISSING, premiering this weekend on the network and already available on Starz on Demand, we toggle back and forth between 2006 and the present. In 2006, Frances O’Connor’s Emily and James Nesbitt’s Tony are happily married, living in London and visiting France with their young son Oliver (Oliver Hunt). During one instant, Tony turns to look at a football game – and Oliver vanishes. Eight years later, Emily and Tony remain devastated. Emily has tried to move on with a new marriage. Tony remains actively obsessed with finding Oliver – and then turns up […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: MR. SELFRIDGE star Frances O’Connor on her new PBS drama series

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MR. SELFRIDGE, which begins its ten-week first-season run on PBS Sunday March 31 at 9 PM, begins in 1908, depicting the fact-based story of Harry Selfridge, an American who came to England and founded the now-famous chain of Selfridge’s department stores Jeremy Piven plays Harry and Frances O’Connor plays his wife Rose. O’Connor has done plenty of period fare before – she starred in film versions of MANSFIELD PARK, MADAME BOVARY, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST and the WWII drama WINDTALKERS, as well as futuristic movies including Steven Spielberg’s A.I. Born in England and raised in Australia, O’Connor talks about […]Read On »

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