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Rachel Zegler Dons A Classic ‘Snow White’ Look On Set Of New Live-Action Movie

Rachel Zegler is looking like a princess! The actress was spotted on set of Disney’s upcoming live-action adaptation of “Snow White” this week, wearing one of the OG princess’s most iconic outfits that looks almost perfectly accurate to the beloved 1937 animated original.
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Lily Allen, James McAvoy and Eddie Redmayne honoured at WhatsOnStage theatre awards
Singer Lily Allen and Fantastic Beasts star Eddie Redmayne are among those who have been honoured at the annual WhatsOnStage awards.While Lily is best-known for smash-hits like LDN and Smile, recently the star has been proving her talents as a stage actor through her role in 2:22 – A Ghost Story.In the play, the songwriter portrays Jenny, a woman convinced her house is haunted, with the audience following along as she attempts to make her friends and family believe her.Her West End debut was recognised in a big way at the WhatsOnStage theatre awards on Sunday, as she won the award for best performer in a female-identifying role in a play.The prestigious theatre awards have been renamed for the first time this year to make them more inclusive.Her castmate, Jake Wood, won in the best supporting performer in a male-identifying role category, while the stage play itself took home the coveted award for best new play.Meanwhile Eddie, who is preparing for the release of the third installment of the Fantastic Beasts franchise, was crowned the winner of best performer in a male-identifying role in a musical for his role in Cabaret.The actor, 40, plays The Emcee in the iconic 1966 musical.They weren’t the only big names being honoured at the annual awards at the Prince of Wales Theatre: James McAvoy again proved his versatility as a screen and stage actor with his win.The Split star went home with the award for best performer in a male-identifying role in a play after his acclaimed outing as Cyrano in play Cyrano de Bergerac, which also won the ward for best play revival.Cyrano de Bergerac is also currently in cinemas, with the titular character played by the legendary Peter Dinklage.Also honoured at the stage and theatre awards
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Peter Dinklage and wife Erica Schmidt hold hands at New York screening of new movie Cyrano
Peter Dinklage put in a joint appearance with his wife Erica Schmidt on the red carpet at a screening of their new movie musical Cyrano in New York City on Wednesday.The Game Of Thrones actor, 52, takes the lead role of Cyrano de Bergerac in this musical retelling of the famous tale, immortalised by Edmond Rostand’s 1897 play.Erica wrote the film’s screenplay from her own stage adaptation, in which Peter also played the central part Off-Broadway in 2019.Peter wore a smart three-piece suit for the occasion, with grey boots and a bright purple tie, with the top button on his white shirt rakishly undone.His 46-year-old wife looked chic in a flowing black velvet dress with puff sleeves from The Vampire’s Wife, which she accessorised with dangling silver earrings, wearing her auburn hair in a loose up-do.The pair married in 2005 and share two children – born in 2011 and 2017 – whose identities they keep private.They were joined at the event by Peter’s leading lady Haley Bennett, who plays Roxanne, the secret object of Cyrano’s affections.The Devil All the Time actress stunned in a black bustier dress with embellished side panel, which she paired with a dainty red handbag and baby blue and black heels.Kelvin Harrison Jr, who plays Christian, the new cadet who Cyrano helps to woo Roxanne through love letters that he writes – being too self-conscious to court her himself – opted or a pale yellow jumper and smart blue slacks, while director Joe Wright dressed all in black.Peter, who has been a vocal critic of Disney’s Snow White live-action remake, which he branded ‘backwards’, revealed that he had to beg his wife for the role of Cyrano as it wasn’t intended for him at the outset.Calling it ‘very personal’ for him, the actor
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