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Welcome to Captivating Natalie Dormer one of the largest and longest running sources dedicated to British Actress Natalie Dormer (formely at natalie-dormer.com). Natalie is best known for her role as Anne Boleyn in Showtime's The Tudors but you also may recognise her from Casanova, Flawless and Game of Thrones. Currently, you can find Natalie as the voice of Dr. Lexi T'Perro in the video game Mass Effect: Andromeda and in upcoming roles as Mrs. Appleyard in the TV Miniseries Picnic at Hanging Rock, as Sofia in In Darkness and as Eliza Merrett in The Professor and the Madmen.

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February 21, 2018   /   Claudia   /   News

Vertical Entertainment has acquired the US rights to Anthony Byrne’s “IN DARKNESS” starring Natalie Dormer, Ed Skrein, Emily Ratajkowski, Jan Bijvoet, Neil Maskell, James Cosmo, and Joely Richardson. The film, which Dormer and Byrne co-wrote and was produced by 42, will be in theaters in May 2018. XYZ Films is selling the international territories at the Berlin Film Festival and market.

Blind pianist Sofia (Natalie Dormer) overhears a struggle in the apartment above hers that leads to the death of her neighbor Veronique (Emily Ratajkowski). It is the start of a journey that pulls Sofia out of her depth and brings her into contact with Veronique’s father, Milos Radic (Jan Bijvoet). A Serbian businessman accused of being a war criminal, Sofia is drawn into a dangerous world of corruption, investigating police, hitmen and the Russian mafia – a world with links to Sofia’s own hidden past and a path of revenge she has kept hidden until now.

“Natalie Dormer and Anthony Byrne are two incredibly passionate filmmakers who have brought a powerful female voice to the forefront of this exciting thriller and we look forward to bringing the film to audiences around the US,” says Rich Goldberg of Vertical Entertainment,” said co-president Rich Goldberg.

Said Dormer and Byrne in a joint statement: “The zeitgeist dialogue on gender disparity hadn’t even begun when we started writing IN DARKNESS together. We celebrate that the industry landscape is finally shifting and are proud to share IN DARKNESS with its strong yet flawed heroine. We are thrilled to have Vertical Entertainment releasing the film in the US and giving us the opportunity of a theatrical release.”

The deal was negotiated by Goldberg and Peter Jarowey at Vertical and UTA Independent Film Group on behalf of the filmmakers.

“IN DARKNESS” was directed by Anthony Byrne, written by Anthony Byrne and Natalie Dormer, produced by Anthony Byrne, Natalie Dormer, Adam Morane-Griffiths, Ben Pugh, and Josh Varney, executive produced by Rory Aitken and Joshua Horsfield, and co-produced by Olive Uniacke, with editing by Todd Harrison-Read and Paul Knight, cinematography by Si Bell, production design by Sonja Klaus, and music by Niall Byrne.

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February 17, 2018   /   Claudia   /   News

The ‘Game of Thrones’ star produced and stars in the thriller which she co-wrote with partner Anthony Byrne, who directed.

Vertical Entertainment, which released Molly Shannon’s cancer comedy Other People, has taken U.S. rights to In Darkness, a thriller starring Game of Thrones alum Natalie Dormer and Ed Skrein.

In the film, Dormer plays Sofia, a blind pianist who gets pulled into London’s dark underbelly after she overhears a struggle in the apartment above hers that leads to the death of her neighbor Veronique (Emily Ratajkowski). It is the start of a journey that pulls Sofia out of her depth and brings her into contact with Veronique’s father, Milos Radic (Jan Bijvoet), a Serbian businessman accused of being a war criminal.

Dormer’s partner, Anthony Byrne, directed the film and the pair co-wrote the screenplay and produced together with Adam Morane-Griffiths, Ben Pugh, and Josh Varney for production house 42.

“The zeitgeist dialogue on gender disparity hadn’t even begun when we started writing In Darknesstogether,” said Dormer and Byrne in a joint statement. “We celebrate that the industry landscape is finally shifting and are proud to share In Darkness with its strong yet flawed heroine.”

Vertical plans to release the movie theatrically this May. Rory Aitken and Josh Horsfield executive produced. Vertical picked up U.S. rights to the title in a deal with UTA Independent Film Group. XYZ Films is handling international rights and shopping the title to buyers in Berlin.

“Natalie Dormer and Anthony Byrne are two incredibly passionate filmmakers who have brought a powerful female voice to the forefront of this exciting thriller and we look forward to bringing the film to audiences around the U.S.,” said Vertical Entertainment co-president Rich Goldberg.

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February 16, 2018   /   Claudia   /   2018 2018 Magazine Scans News Photo Gallery Photoshoots

Vanda Jordan in Venus In Fur at Theatre Royal Haymarket, London
Five years ago, if you could beg a ticket off someone you might have been lucky enough to see Natalie Dormer stun in Miss Julie, a Patrick Marber rewrite of Strindberg’s war classic. Well, with Marber directing Dormer at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, it seems the creative partnership has brought out the best in one another yet again. Although the run ended in December, Dormer’s take on the mysterious Vanda, a savvy, unapologetic New York actress busting down audition doors with sex and self-confidence, has gone some way to reminding critics that she is far greater than the sum of her television appearances, most famously her role in the mighty yet oh-so-drawn-out Game Of Thrones. On stage, her serious star wattage is switched on and luminous for all to see. We watch on, happily

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February 16, 2018   /   Claudia   /   News Picnic at Hanging Rock (2018) Picnic at Hanging Rock (2018) Television Productions Television Productions Video Archive


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Game of Thrones star Natalie Dormer stands front and centre of Foxtel’s impressive big-budget miniseries Picnic at Hanging Rock.

The first scene of the six-part series, made by Fremantle Australia and since picked up by Amazon in the US and the BBC in the UK among others, is of Dormer’s Mrs Appleyard, seen from behind, framed by a large Victorian window and bathed in golden light.

If first impressions count, and they do, this one is a beauty.

The first episode of the highly anticipated series was unveiled this week at a special event in Macedon, just down the road from the setting of Joan Lindsay’s 1967 novel (the events of which are entirely fictitious, contrary to popular misconception).

Dormer, 36, plays an Englishwoman seemingly fresh off the boat in the colonies, a well-bred widow still in mourning but determined to build a new life every bit as substantial and imposing as the mansion in the middle of nowhere that she buys with what we assume is her inheritance.

The building becomes the site of Appleyard College, an elite boarding school. Chief among its students are Miranda Reid (Lily Sullivan), a headstrong country girl bridling at the prospect of being “finished” just so she can become someone’s wife; Marion Quade (Madeleine Madden), blessed with brains and beauty but cursed by dint of being the illegitimate half-caste daughter of a high-ranking colonial officer; and Irma Leopold (Samara Weaving), a young lady from “home” rather appalled to find herself in the Victorian bush rather than in the salons of Paris.

These three, of course, will all go missing on the day of the fateful picnic, St Valentine’s Day 1900.

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February 03, 2018   /   Claudia   /   News

Game Of Thrones star Natalie Dormer has said a change has already come to the film industry, as it continues to deal with the sexual harassment scandal.

The actress, best known for playing Margaery Tyrell in the TV drama, said she saw many reasons to be positive as she announced the Bafta film awards nominations.

She told the Press Association: “We have drawn a line now, we are overcoming outdated power structures. It’s time to celebrate, and be positive.”

She added: “A change has come. It’s not ‘is it coming?’ It has come, it’s here and we will now see the results of that over the upcoming years, because that’s how long it takes to write, fund and shoot movies, so hopefully this is the beginning.

“It’s a culture change, it’s about audiences voting with their feet or with what they click on their televisions.

“It’s a change to the culture so audiences want to watch as many stories about female, gay, transgender, different racial protagonists.

“We want to tell diverse stories so empower us to do so.”

Asked if she thinks the phenomenon of nominees and presenters wearing black to stand in solidarity with the victims of abuse, as seen at the Golden Globes, will continue at the Baftas, she said: “It’s up to the individual, you can show solidarity in more than one way.”

Referencing Oprah Winfrey’s galvanising speech at Sunday’s awards ceremony, she added: “I don’t think you will find anyone who is not in solidarity with what has been said and Oprah Winfrey talked about pretty phenomenal men as well as magnificent women, let’s not ostracise the guys.”

Letitia Wright, who announced the nominations alongside Dormer and will soon be seen in the upcoming Marvel film Black Panther, added: “To see everybody discussing this and voice their opinion and to say ‘no, time’s up’, that is refreshing as a young person in the industry, to see something is happening and people are coming together.

“Men and women are coming together to say ‘hey, that’s wrong’.

“This is something we learn at school as kids growing up, to respect one another, so to have to implement that back again into our industry, it’s a shame but it’s very necessary.

“Once we get that on the head, respect, love, honouring each other, then we can move forward and we won’t have to be in this place. I’m looking forward to how it’s going to change.”

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February 03, 2018   /   Claudia   /   News

Natalie Dormer feels female directors will get more recognition. ‘Game of Thrones’ star Natalie Dormer believes female directors will start being regularly recognised for their work at awards ceremonies in four years/ because of how long it takes for movies to be made. The 35-year-old actress – who shot to fame in ‘The Tudors’ and ‘Game of Thrones’ – announced the nominations for the 2018 BAFTAs on Tuesday (09.01.18) but there was some controversy after no women were listed in the Best Director category. Natalie accepts that there were some fantastic films made by her gender over the past 12 months but she thinks now is the time to be “celebrating” the fact that people are talking about gender inequality in the movie business as the recognition will follow. Speaking to ITV News, Natalie mused: “The thing with filmmaking is it takes time. It takes time to redraft the script, it takes time to find the money, it takes time to get the talent’s schedules lined up to shoot them. So what I’m more interested in is celebrating that we are all talking it now. So then in the next two, three, four years that is where we can hold ourselves to account.” The nominees for the Best Director BAFTA are Guillermo del Toro for ‘The Shape of the Water’, ‘Blade Runner 2049’ helmer Denis Villeneuve, ‘Call Me By Your Name’ director Luca Guadagnino, ‘Dunkirk’ filmmaker Christopher Nolan and ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ mastermind Martin McDonagh. The lack of female directors being nominated also affected the Golden Globes and Barbra Streisand revealed her shock at being the one woman to ever win the Best Director Globe for a movie 34 years ago. The 75-year-old singer-and-actress won one of the prestigious gongs for her 1984 movie ‘Yentl’, but while presenting the final award at the American ceremony last Sunday evening (07.01.18), Barbra pointed out that it was only men listed in this year’s Best Director category. She said: “So, backstage I heard they said something about me, I was the only woman to get – did I hear right – the only woman to get the Best Director award, and you know that was 1984. That was 34 years ago. Folks, time’s up. We need more women directors and more women to be nominated for best director. There are so many films out there that are so good directed by women.”

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May 31, 2016   /   Mel   /   News

Actresses Taraji P. Henson and Natalie Dormer are among the leading ladies who will be feted at the upcoming 2016 Crystal + Lucy Awards.
The Empire star will be honoured with the Lucy award in recognition for her excellence in television, while Game of Thrones actress Dormer will be presented with The Women In Film Max Mara Face of the Future prize at the fundraising dinner, which supports the Women in Film organisation’s educational and philanthropic efforts for gender equality.

The Crystal Award for Excellence in Film will be given to a line-up of successful female producers, including Crazy Stupid Love’s Denise Di Novi, TriBeCa Film Festival co-founder Jane Rosenthal, and Mission: Impossible trilogy producer Paula Wagner.

Homeland and Mad Men director Lesli Linka Glatter will also be honoured with the BMW Dorothy Arzner Directors Award.

The recipients will be presented with their prizes during a ceremony in Los Angeles on 15 June (16).

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November 12, 2014   /   Claudia   /   News


She had to be willing to shave her head. That was a deal-breaker.
Natalie Dormer had just received the call every actor wants — she was a contender for the final “Hunger Games” films, “Mockingjay” Parts 1 and 2, for a key role: Cressida, a documentary filmmaker who turns Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) into an icon of the revolution.
In the novel, Cressida’s head is not only shaved, it’s also tattooed with an elaborate vine. Would Dormer, who’s known for playing bewitching characters — Margaery Tyrell on “Game of Thrones,” Moriarty on “Elementary” — sacrifice her lovely mane?

Dormer, 32, did what she always does: She convened her friends. “We went round the dinner table, and the opinion was unanimous,” she says by phone from Los Angeles. “You’d have to be an idiot to say no to ‘Hunger Games.’ And hair grows back.”
Ultimately, director Francis Lawrence decided Cressida would look edgier if she shaved only one side of her head.
For the next nine months, as the two films shot back to back, Dormer buzzed half her skull every day, and rocked some funky red carpet experiments by night. (“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1” opens Nov. 21.)

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October 02, 2014   /   Claudia   /   News



Game Of Thrones stars Leda Headey and Natalie Dormer have joined global children’s charity PlanUK in their “Because I Am A Girl” campaign to stop violence against young girls.

According to PlanUK:

Face Up is part of the Because I Am A Girl campaign. It is running alongside our projects in some of the world’s poorest countries to end FGM and child marriage in a generation.

“At the Girl Summit in June this year, the UK government declared its commitment to ending child marriage and FGM in a generation. Adding your face to our campaign will show the public is right behind this pledge – and ensure politicians continue to prioritise this vital work.”

The campaign is to eradicate such atrocities as forced child marriage, female genital mutilation, and sexual assault. Though Game Of Thrones (mercifully) eschews the middle of those three, it’s a show that certainly delves into the first and third.

If you’re interested in learning more about the campaign yourself, check out their website here.

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