Behind most great performances is a skilled director—but in the case of “The Invisible Woman,” Ralph Fiennes directed himself as Charles Dickens.
Dressed as a “Downton Abbey” sibling, this period drama is both pricklier and more disappointingly tame, thanks to a bland turn from Felicity Jones.
“The Theory of Everything” actor talks about how he prepared to play Jonathan Hellyer Jones in the Stephen Hawking biopic, working with director James Marsh and good friend Eddie Redmayne, and why he thought he’d never land the role.
“The Theory of Everything” star talks about preparing to play Stephen Hawking’s first wife, how she found her character, and why rehearsal is so essential to the creative process.
Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones sat down with Backstage and the SAG foundation to discuss their upcoming film “The Theory of Everything.” Check out the video here!