I’ve uploaded the photoshoot which Jimmy did for InStyle Magazine with his “Heights” co-star Jesse Bradford during 2005 Sundance Film Festival.
Photoshoot Outtakes > Magazine Outtakes > Lisa Romerein Photoshoot for InStyle (April 2005)
I’ve uploaded 3 new photos of Jimmy attending the after party for the Cinema Society & Dior Beauty screening of “Young Adult” at the The Double Seven in New York City on November 18, 2011.
Public Appearances > 2011 Appearances > [2011.11.18]”Young Adult” After Party hosted by Cinema Society & Dior Beauty (HQ)
James Marsden may be one of the dreamiest men on the planet, but he never gets the girl. “27 Dresses” aside, he’s almost always the nice guy in films who can’t catch a break when it comes to love. Need examples? Just watch “The Notebook,” “Enchanted” or “Superman Returns.”
But maybe now Marsden’s finally getting lucky — he’s guest starring alongside Tina Fey on “30 Rock” when it makes its mid-season return. However, the actor was terribly tight-lipped about his stint on the NBC comedy when asked at the Savannah Film Festival last week.
“I can’t tell you anything. I am doing a six-episode stint on the show, kind of like what Matt Damon did last year,” Marsden told The Huffington Post. Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve found some photos of Jimmy receiving the Spotlight Award at the 14th annual Savannah Film Festival in Savannah yesterday.
Public Appearances > 2011 Appearances > [2011.11.04]The 14th annual Savannah Film Festival
James Marsden moved to Los Angeles when he was 19 to pursue a career in acting. He’s currently 38.
“So I just realized that I’ve been doing this for half of my life, exactly,” Marsden told me during a casual one-on-one Friday evening.
Those years spent honing his craft explain why organizers at the Savannah Film Festival chose Marsden as the recipient of this year’s Spotlight Award, which was handed to him on stage at Trustees Theater prior to the Director’s Choice screening. A montage of clips highlighting Marsden’s work emphasized his range: Stoic superhero in the “X-Men” trilogy; Easter Bunny guardian in “Hop;” exuberant dance-show host in “Hairspray,” and; henpecked husband pushed to the brink in “Straw Dogs.” Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve added some stills from “Death at a Funeral” and “Modern Family” Episode 2.11.
Movie/TV Productions > Death at a Funeral > Promotional Stills
Movie/TV Productions > Modern Family > Promotional Stills – S02E11: Slow Down Your Neighbors
Jimmy will be the voice of Arthur Wiknik in History’s upcoming six-hour series “Vietnam in HD”, which will premiere on Tuesday, November 8, 9 and 10 at 9PM ET. Thanks to Kevin for letting us know!
ConnectSavannah.com has posted a new interview from Jimmy, thanks to b for the tip!
Is there a plus or a minus side to being closely identified with the X–Men franchise? A typecast point where you’d say “I don’t want to be the guy who’s in all the X–Men movies”?
James Marsden: I would never say I don’t want to be the guy from the X–Men movies, because my longevity, and the opportunities I’ve gotten in this business, are largely due to being cast in those movies. It was something that certainly put me on the map. As well as being financially lucrative, they also were really well–made movies and were reviewed really well. Read the rest of this entry »