majorcineplex.com has posted some new press photos from The Good Doctor.
From dailymail.co.uk: In a radio interview on the Kyle and Jackie O radio program, Orlando said he was very proud of his wife. ‘I was very proud of her. To have just had a baby and then got back up on to do that. I don’t think its easy for those girls. They make it look easy, but you know, it’s a lot of work to look good.’
‘(Models need) confidence to strut it out there. There’s always the people that want to have a dig at you for this that and the other. That’s the price you pay.’
He said that he would rather stay home with his son than attend glitzy red carpet events. ‘Where it is possible I try to make a point of doing (the child-minding) it myself. He’s a baby. I hate to not see him walking and crawling and doing all those things and I just like hanging out with him. It’s the nature of our lives.’
‘Time sort of loses its perspective and where were you and what were you doing…. I don’t want that to be that case with Flynn. I really want to have that connection and feel that bond.’
The Lord of The Rings actor was also spotted today shopping at clothes and jewellery stores, possibly buying a Valentine’s Day present for his love. Although he admitted they wouldn’t be spending the day together. ‘It’s a tragedy,’ he said before adding: ‘She probably doesn’t care.’
Video from the program:
From firstshowing.net: Salle has found his next project and it comes in the form of another adaptation, this time from Caryl Férey’s novel Zulu. In addition, Screen Daily also reports that Orlando Bloom (The Lord of the Rings, Pirates of the Caribbean) and Djimon Housou (Blood Diamond, Gladiator) will star in the adaptation.The story follows two Cape Town police officers (played by the aforementioned actors)who investigate the murder of a 18 year-old girl who just happens to be the daughter of one of the players from the championship winning Springboks rugby team, bringing an insane amount of media attention to the case. As with any good thriller, there’s more going on than there seems as the trail leads the cops to an extraordinarily brutal narcotics gang with links to a former apartheid official. Frankly, it sounds like the best project Bloom has done in years. Hell, the same could probably be said for Hounsou, an actor with loads of talent who hasn’t really found the right film in awhile. Writer Julien Rappenau, who scripted Salle’s films Largo Winch and The Burma Conspiracy will adapt the book, and it sounds like a very promising thriller from where I’m standing. It certainly can’t be any worse than The Tourist.
You can watch the first trailer for The Hobbit here. Legolas does not make an appearance.
Thanks to Brandie for letting us know that a Lord of the Rings Pez dispenser set is now out, which includes Legolas.
From entertainmentwise.com: Australian model Miranda Kerr has admitted that she has yet to decide on a place to call home with her husband Orlando Bloom and their baby Flynn.
The Victoria Secrets star, who married the ‘Lord of the Rings’ actor last year, said that the family are always on the move for their jobs and flitting between countries but that they are planning to decide on a home for their 10-month-old son.
In a recent interview with Hello! magazine, Kerr said: “When Orlando is working, I make sure I’m not working. So whenever he has to go to New Zealand, where he’s currently filming ‘The Hobbit’, Flynn and I go with him, too. Then, when I’m working, he makes sure he’s off - so there’s always at least one of us with Flynn.”
The 28-year-old continued: “It’s great that we have these few years when we can travel before Flynn has to go to school. I don’t know yet where I’d like him to go to school, though. It’s going to be hard to choose - he has three passports: British, Australian and American. ‘Officially’ he’s American, which both of us find amazing.”
Hailing from Australia, the supermodel said that she likes to pay a visit to her family “at least a couple of times a year” and she is hoping that they “will be able to spend Flynn’s first Christmas there”.
Orlando recently revealed that becoming a father is the most important thing in the world to him. “I just don’t want to be away from [Flynn] at all. Time with my son has pretty much gazumped everything else that makes me happy,” he said.
Orlando is featured in the November issues of the following magazines: Cosmopolitan (UK) , Women’s Health (Australia) and Men’s Health (Australia).
From hollywoodreporter.com: Kirsten Dunst and Orlando Bloom have joined the cast of the international thriller Cities. Clive Owen and Anil Kapoor also star for writer-director Roger Donaldson and producers Matthew Metcalfe and Chris Curling. Filming is scheduled to begin in the spring in London, Mumbai and New York.
Cities takes place in the months before the Dow Jones stock-market high, intertwining the stories of characters around the globe including a New York hedge fund manager, a Mumbai policeman and a couple looking to buy a home in London.
Orlando made a short appearance on The Today Show this morning to promote The Three Musketeers. You can view his interview on Youtube.
I uploaded video of Orlando being interviewed on the Reelz channel during The Three Musketeers press junket.
Orlando will be on Chelsea Lately tomorrow, Tuesday, October 18th at 11pm EST on E!.
Orlando is scheduled to be on Regis and Kelly this coming Friday, October 21st. The show it syndicated, so check your local listings for time and channel.
Two of Orlando’s films will be playing at the Chicago International Film Festival on October 16th. The Good Doctor will be at 4.30 pm and The Three Musketeers will be at 5 pm. Visit chicagofilmfestival.com to get your tickets.
According to @PreciseEnts on twitter, Orlando and Milla will be attending the London premiere of The Three Musketeers on October 4th at Vue Westfield.
There’s a new video featurette for The Three Musketeers, which you can watch on youtube.