Two nights ago Keira attended the Harvey Weinstein’s Pre-BAFTA Dinner, and I have a few HQ photos added to the gallery:
Deadline is reporting that The Weinstein Company acquired ‘The Imitation Game’ with a record breaking deal at the Berlinale Film Festival market.
In what I am told will go down as the highest price paid ever for U.S. cumbrights on a movie at the European Film Market, The Weinstein Company has locked a deal to pay $7 million for The Imitation Game, the Graham Moore Black List script that Morten Tyldum directed with Benedict Cumberbatch playing Alan Turing, the genius British mathematician, logician, cryptologist and computer scientist who led the charge to crack the German Enigma Code that helped the Allies win WWII. Keira Knightley also stars in a film that will be shaped as a major release for the next awards season.
CAA brokered this deal based on a promo reel that had five bidders going after it hard before TWC just took it off the table, with the feeling that it has one of its major Oscar hopefuls for the next race. TWC currently has Philomena in the Best Picture race that will be decided next month.
Keira is covering the February 15 issue of Gioia, and I have digital scans added to the gallery:
We finally added the HD screencaptures of Keira’s The Graham Norton Show in our gallery.
I have now added – finally – the whole set of Keira photoshoot to Harper’s Bazaar UK:
Keira, Chris Pine and director Kenneth Branagh posed at the Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit photocall yesterday before the premiere, and my friend Carol of Chris Pine Network sent us pictures. Check it: