That’s not a surprise but I’ve decided to make this hiatus official on Rose Byrne Source. My life is crazy busy and I don’t have the time and energy, right now, to update this fansite. It’s a pity because Rose is also really busy at the moment with her play in Sydney and being a jury at the Tropfest festival in Australia (and she’s also expected at the ACTAA awards this week!).
To be quite honest, I’ve thought of closing this place but I’m a little bit sad to get there. So this is why I’m asking for a little help : if you’re a Rose Byrne fan and want to be a part of RBS, send us an email or a message on Twitter.
It would be much better if you have some WordPress and Coppermine skills because these two can sometimes be tricky! I can’t wait to read your application and begin this new journey!
And don’t be scared, for the latest news, you can still follow our Twitter which is quicker to update and I’m still on it! So follow us!
Oprah Winfrey has been interviewed a few days ago on the set of “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” and we can spot Rose a little bit! Have a look below!
It’s official: Peter Rabbit is hopping from books to the big screen.
Sony’s Columbia Pictures has officially announced that it’s adapting Beatrix Potter’s beloved children’s book as a live-action and CG film. As reported last month, Easy A director Will Gluck is helming Peter Rabbit, with James Corden set to star as the titular rabbit.
Rose Byrne is also on board to play the live-action role of Bea, and Daisy Ridley and Elizabeth Debicki have joined the voice cast in unspecified roles.
Rob Lieber (Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day) wrote the script with revisions by Gluck. The Australian studio Animal Logic, best known for its work on The LEGO Movie, is handling the animation.
Columbia is working on the film with Frederick Warne & Co. of Penguin Random House UK, which first published The Tale of Peter Rabbit in 1902. This year marks the 150th anniversary of Potter’s birth.
“I am delighted to be teaming up with Frederick Warne,” Gluck said in a statement. “Their expertise and stewardship is absolutely critical to making a film that honors the legacy of Beatrix Potter.”
Production is set to begin in January 2017, with Peter Rabbit hitting theaters in April 2018.
Rose Byrne and Damon Herriman are set to join the cast of Stan’s comedy series No Activity for its second season, which will premiere in late October.
Also joining the cast this season are Chum Ehelepola (Rake), Anthony Hayes (The Rover), Susie Youssef (Here Come the Habibs) and Kim Gyngell (Jack Irish). The actors join the returning cast which includes Patrick Brammall (Offspring), Darren Gilshenan (Here Come the Habibs), Dan Wyllie (Offspring), David Field (A Moody Christmas), Harriet Dyer (Love Child) and Genevieve Morris (Comedy Inc.).
No Activity is an improvised comedy series from Jungle, the team behind Here Come the Habibs, A Moody Christmas and Review with Myles Barlow. The series is created by Trent O’Donnell and Patrick Brammall, written and directed by O’Donnell, and was developed together with Darren Gilshenan and David Field. Chloe Rickard is the producer, and Jason Burrows, Trent O’Donnell, Patrick Brammall, Nick Forward and Rob Gibson are executive producers.
All six episodes of the second season of No Activity will premiere at once on October 26 on Stan.
It begins at 15:26.
The garden is starting to bloom.
James Corden and Rose Byrne are in negotiations to star in Peter Rabbit, Sony’s live-action/CG hybrid adaptation of the children’s tale written by Beatrix Potter. Will Gluck is on board to direct what is being described as a modern interpretation centering on the rivalry between mischievous young hopper Peter Rabbit and Mr. McGregor, a senior trying to keep a rabbit-free garden.
Corden would voice Peter Rabbit, while Byrne would take one of the live-action roles. Gluck is producing with Zareh Nalbandian of Animal Logic Entertainment. Gluck also has been revising the latest draft of the script, which was written by Rob Lieber.
Byrne is the Australian actress who has been playing the role of Moira Mactaggert in the X-Men movies. Peter Rabbit reteams her with Gluck, for whom she starred in Sony’s 2014 remake of Annie. Corden is repped by CAA, United Agents and Sloane Offer; Byrne is repped by CAA and RGM Artists.
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Thanks to the lovely moderator at rosebyrnefanweb on Instagram, I’ve finally added scans from the July, 31st issue of Sunday Style! Between, if you want to add more Rose in your Instagram feed, you should really follow rosebyrnefanweb!
I’ve just updated the gallery with the first pictures from the new campaign of Oroton. Let’s hope we will get more soon!
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The new Oroton campaign for spring/summer 2016 has been revealed and Rose is once again their ambassador! The Sunday Style pictures are apparently from the campaign and not from the magazine photoshoot! The gallery will be updated very soon, but if you want to see the pictures now, have a look at our Twitter account!