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Felicity Jones to Play Charles Dickens’ Mistress

2 December 2011 9:05 AM, PST | Filmofilia | See recent Filmofilia news »

By 1857, the Charles Dickens’ marriage was allegedly a loveless one when he met the 18-year-old Shakespearean actress Ellen ‘Nelly’ Ternan. Dickens was 45. Well, Claire Tomalin’s acclaimed non-fiction book The Invisible Woman tells the story of Dickens’ secret love affair that Ralph Fiennes is set to make as his directorial follow-up to Coriolanus. Fiennes [...]

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Shooting kicks off on Iain Softley’s Trap For Cinderella

6 May 2011 2:12 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Shooting has officially commenced on director Iain Softley’s (Backbeat) new film Trap For Cinderella. The film is  a contemporary psychological thriller set of the French Riviera. Take a look at the synopsis and full release below…

London, UK… 6 May 2011 – Iain Softley’s Trap For Cinderella has started principal photography and is shooting on location for six weeks in London and the south of France. Trap For Cinderella is financed by Prescience, the BFI and LipSync. Newly formed Ealing Metro is handling international sales.

Rising British actors Tuppence Middleton (Skeletons) and Alexandra Roach (soon to be seen as the young Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady) headline the cast which features supporting roles from Kerry Fox (Bright Star) and Frances de la Tour (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows).

Trap For Cinderella is written and directed by Iain Softley (The Wings of the Dove; Inkheart; K-pax) and produced by Robert Jones »

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Tuppence Middleton & Alexandra Roach Replace Jones and Poots in Indie Movie Trap For Cinderella

18 March 2011 12:03 PM, PDT | Filmofilia | See recent Filmofilia news »

Back in November, was announced that British up and coming actresses Felicity Jones and Imogen Poots had signed on for Iain Softley’s indie project Trap For Cinderella.

Since then, both Jones and Poots launched big buzz around them – Jones gained critical acclaim for her role in Sundance hit Like Crazy, and previews for this summer’s Fright Night are recommending an exceptional performance from Poots. Jones has been working on David Hare‘s Page Eight, and the comedy Cheerful Weather for the Wedding in the last few months, and was a candidate for the lead role in Snow White and the Huntsman which was finally taken by Kristen Stewart.

Poots seems is ruled out because of scheduling conflicts since she lined up for roles in A Late Quartet, The Laureate and Hello Darkness. And it doesn’t seem to have paid of for Softley, as Jones and Poots are exited, »

- Nikola Mraovic

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