Film star Keira Knightley married musician boyfriend James Righton in a small town-hall ceremony in the south of France on Saturday, with just a handful of friends and relatives present.
Knightley, 28, wore a short, strapless off-white dress said to be by Chanel. Her new husband, the keyboardist in indie rock band Klaxons, wore a dark blue suit for the occasion.
Both accessorised with sunglasses, while Knightley also had a garland of flowers around her head.
A reception is believed to have taken place at a nearby estate owned by Knightley's mother, Sharman Macdonald, a Scottish playright and screenwriter, with guests reported to include Sienna Miller and designer Karl Lagerfeld.
Knightley started acting at the age of six and is well-known for her appearances in films including Bend it Like Beckham
The Titanic star will appear alongside Matthias Schoenaerts in the historical drama, which is currently in the works at Lionsgate.
Winslet and Schoenaerts will play rival garden designers competing for the right to design a fountain at Versailles for Louis Xiv. Rickman will also star in the movie, reportedly as the 17th- and 18th-century monarch.
"We are delighted to be working with the best of British actors and directors like Kate Winslet and Alan Rickman as we move forward in doubling our investment in British films in 2014," said Lionsgate's Zygi Kamasa.
Rickman made his directorial debut in 1997 with The Winter Guest, an adaptation of Sharman Macdonald's play, starring Phyllida Law and Emma Thompson.
A Little Chaos will be released in cinemas next year.
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As a major of revival of Shelagh Delaney's A Taste of Honey opens in Sheffield, it's time to remember the debt owed to the playwright, who died last year, by many writers – even the songwriter Morrissey.
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A major dictionary of theatre on my bookcase, dating from the mid-1990s, doesn't even mention the Salford-born Delaney, who can seen here in Ken Russell's 1960 Monitor film on the writer and her town.
The lack of recognition from the theatre world is probably partly because, after 1960, she largely turned her attention to screenplays, eventually writing the 1985 film Dance with a Stranger, in which Miranda Richardson played Ruth Ellis, the last woman to be hanged for murder in England.
After titilating audiences with her performance in 'The Children's Hour' at the Comedy Theatre in the West End last year, the 27-year-old actress is planning a return to the London stage.
"Hopefully it will be soon - I love doing theatre," the Telegraph quoted her as saying.
The daughter of the acclaimed playwright Sharman MacDonald, she originally envisaged a career for herself on stage.
"When I was young and starting out as an actress, it wasn't film I thought of - it was always theatre," Knightley.
The film is an adaptation of Rebecca Serle's upcoming first novel "When You Were Mine" which re-tells Shakespeare’s great tragedy "Romeo and Juliet" from the perspective of the normally unseen Rosaline, the celibate niece of Capulet and Romeo's first love. When Romeo sneaks into a Capulet gathering to find her towards the play's start, he spots Juliet instead and instantly falls in love with her.
Though frequently mentioned throughout the play, the character never actually appears and has only rarely been portrayed on film (and even then in tiny cameos). In many ways she's the quintessential plot device, without her Romeo wouldn't be at a Capulet party and thus wouldn't meet Juliet.
"My mum was like, 'You cannot spend that amount of money on a coat,' and I was like, 'No, you're right I can't, I can't'. And then literally it was months and months of thinking about it and thinking, 'I'm not going to do it, I'm not going to do it,' " she told Elle magazine. "But then she said, 'Right, if you're going to buy it, you have to wear it all the time.' I wore it every day last year and I'm going to wear it every day this year.
Photo: Capitol Films John Maybury has directing films for some time, but it wasn't until 2005's The Jacket starring Keira Knightley and Adrien Brody that he popped up on my radar. I didn't particularly like that film, but I'm not about to throw a guy under the bus after the first go 'round, especially when his follow-up stars Knightley, yet again, along with Sienna Miller, Cillian Murphy and Matthew Rhys. While I would say The Edge of Love is certainly a step up from The Jacket it never quite manages to get over the hump as the story seemed almost too big for only one two hour feature. This film could have been a three-hour epic and Maybury certainly shot it as one, but the fact it works on any level is due to a great cast that saves many
In the reasonably engrossing drama "The Edge of Love," the two beauties play rivals for the affections of the pride of Wales, Dylan Thomas (Matthew Rhys), during the World War II bombing of London.
Knightley, who plays a childhood sweetheart of the drunken wordsmith, pairs up with an army officer (Cillian Murphy
Knightley's latest role is as Vera Phillips, the childhood flame that poet Dylan Thomas (played by Matthew Rhys
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