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Sam Claflin, along with his co-stars Douglas Booth, Max Irons, Jesica Brown Findlay and Holliday Grainger attend a photocall for “The Riot Club” at the Corinthia Hotel London on September 10, 2014 in London, England.

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Public Appearances > 2014 > “The Riot Club” – London Photocall

I have added one picture from the Vanity Fair TIFF Portrait in the gallery.

Sam is at the Toronto International Film Festival with his The Riot Club‘s co-stars Douglas Booth and Max Irons. I have added pictures of Sam presenting the movie at the Variety Studio Presented By Moroccanoil At Holt Renfrew and during the Premiere of The Riot Club.

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Public Appearances > 2014 > Variety Studio Presented By Moroccanoil At Holt Renfrew – Day 2 – 2014 Toronto International Film Festival
Public Appearances > 2014 > ‘The Riot Club’ Premiere – Red Carpet – 2014 Toronto International Film Festival

DEADLINE – MGM is negotiating with Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin to star in the Thea Sharrock-directed Me Before You, the adaptation of the Jojo Moyes best-selling novel. Karen Rosenfelt is producing Sharrock’s feature debut. MGM is partnered with Warner Bros, which has dated the movie for August, 2015 release.

Clarke, whose breakout came playing the mother of dragons Daenerys Targaryen in HBO’s Game Of Thrones, is playing Sarah Conner in Terminator: Genisys, and she is also going to star with Nicholas Hoult in Go Down Together, the Michael Suscy-directed revisionist take on Depression Era outlaws Bonnie and Clyde. Though a newcomer, Claflin’s track record is pretty remarkable: the final three The Hunger Games films, Snow White and The Huntsman and Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.
There was a lot of competition between young actors for this male lead, and he beat out a lot of actors to get it.

Before You tells the story of Lou, a small-town girl caught between dead-end jobs, and Will, a success all his life who finds himself wheelchair-bound after an accident. He finds no reason to live until they meet when he hires her as his caretaker for six months, and she becomes determined to prove to him life is worth living. They head for a series of adventures together, which changes each of them. The author wrote the first draft of the script, and (500) Years Of Summer scribes Scott Neustadter & Michael H. Weber did the most recent draft.

Sharrock is an acclaimed director of TV and stage. The TV credits include Sam Mendes’ BBC miniseries The Hollow Crown with Tom Hiddleston and the BBC series Call The Midwife, and the stage work includes Daniel Radcliffe’s 2008 Broadway debut Equus, The Sunshine Boys with Danny DeVito, the revival of The Misanthrope with Keira Knightley and Damien Lewis, and the Olivier Award-winning revival After The Dance. She’ll next direct Kevin Spacey as Clarence Darrow in the Old Vic production of Darrow. At 21, she became the youngest artistic director in the UK at London’s Southwark Playhouse.

Clarke and Claflin are repped by CAA, and Clarkes also by Emptage Hallett and Claflin by Independent Talent Group.

VARIETY – The Film Arcade and Paramount Home Media Distribution are teaming on U.S. distribution early next year of Constantin Film’s romantic comedy “Love, Rosie,” starring Lily Collins and Sam Claflin.

“Rosie,” based on the novel “Where Rainbows End” by Cecelia Ahern, is directed by Christian Ditter, produced by Constantin Film’s Robert Kulzer and Canyon Creek Films’ Simon Brooks, and executive produced by Martin Moszkowicz, chairman of Constantin Film.

The stars play characters who have been best friends since they were 5 and are their own worst enemies in their love lives.

The Film Arcade will distribute the film theatrically in the U.S. with Paramount Home Media Distribution handling all other platforms domestically.

Collins starred in “Mirror Mirror.” Claflin appeared in “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” and will be in the two “Mockingjay” films.

Other international release dates can be find here.

Here’s a new clip for The Riot Club:

Sam was nominated to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and here’s the video of Sam taking the challenge, featuring Laura, his wife:

A new poster for “Love, Rosie” was released by Glamour magazine.

Lionsgate release the first poster of Sam as Finnick in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1.

Here’s the last trailer for Love, Rosie. I’ll add some stills and posters this week end.