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”Bond 25” ☆ ダニー・ボイルが監督を降板, 公開予定日も延期?

Bond 25: With Danny Boyle’s Exit, the Latest 007 Could Miss Its Release Date

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James Bond: Danny Boyle and Daniel Craig confirmed for 007's 25th outing



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Daniel Craig version of the character has already had a happy ending, but bringing on a filmmaker like Danny Boyle promises something wildly different for 007.


・・・・Purvis and Wade have made major strides in the franchise, but they also tend to rely on the familiar and repeat plot beats. Bringing in Boyle — who his working on the story with his frequent collaborator John Hodge scripting it — suggests we may be looking at a very different Bond than we’ve come to expect when the film lands on
Nov. 8 2019.

・・・・ For Boyle, this level of scrutiny on a project in development is new, he told The Hollywood Reporter Thursday in New York.


・・・・・While filming is not expected to start until the end of this year, and many more details are certain to emerge before then, the quick shooting schedule suggests that Boyle has something new in-store for the character. Now seems like the perfect time to destabilize the public perception of James Bond with a filmmaker willing to chart his own course, because whether or not it works, one thing is certain: James Bond will return.

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Sunday 20 May at 9pm ☆ "A Very English Scandal"  BBC One

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A Very English Scandal
Episode 1
It is 1960s England, homosexuality is illegal and the politician Jeremy Thorpe begins a whirlwind affair with a young stable hand, Norman Scott. But when the relationship turns sour and Jeremy’s career goes from strength to strength, Norman becomes a secret that Jeremy is desperate to hide...



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Getting off Scott-free
BEN WHISHAW PLAYS THE GAY LOVER OF A LEADING UK POLITICIAN IN A NEW BBC DRAMA WHICH CENTRES ON POSSIBLY THE GREATEST SCANDAL EVER TO HIT THE BRITISH ESTABLISHMENT
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Ben Whishaw is sitting in a caravan in the grounds of a Victorian gothic mansion in Buckinghamshire, with blood splattered all over his face.

The gore seems to have come from a Great Dane called Rinka, which has been shot in front of him. Fortunately, no animals have been harmed in the filming of this scene. I know, because I've just seen the corpse of the dead hound lying in a bed of bubble wrap ー and it's reassuringly prosthetic.

In the late Seventies, poor, butchered Rinka was household name. Her owner, a model called Norman Scott, had been the gay lover of Jeremy Thorpe, the brilliant and ambitious leader of the Liberal Party. To the macabre fascination of the nation, the dog was shot and killed in a botched attempt on the life of Scott himself, who had (what we would now call) stalked Thorpe after the affair came to an end.

In what was billed as the trial of the century, the leader of Britain's third political party was charged with conspiracy and incitement to murder.

The verdict was almost as sensational as the case itself. After a staggeringly biased summing up by the judge, who vilified the prosecution witnesses and suggested to the jury that it was impossible to imagine as decent a chap as Thorpe actually committing buggery, the politician was acquitted of all charges. But it ruined him.

The case has since drawn the attention of a succession of writers. The latest is journalist John Preston, whose book, A Very English Scandal, has been turned into a three-part BBC drama, directed by Stephen Frears ー best-known for his Oscar-winning film The Queen ー and starring Hugh Grant as Thorpe and Whishaw as Scott.

Whishaw, born in 1980, freely admits he knew nothing about the case before he was offered the part, but was shocked by the brutal way in which Scott, the only openly gay witness, and the victim of the plot, was treated at the Old Bailey.

"I'm sort of amazed," he says. "I feel as if attitudes have only really shifted in a widespread way over the past five years or so, when it has become unacceptable to say homophobic things ー even under your breath.

"But for lots of my life it was [acceptable], and you encountered it a lot. And I'm sure it's still happening all over the place.

"Back then, obviously, you could be a senior judge and say all those revolting things, and they painted Norman as this hysterical poof. It's awful, but kind of hilarious as well."


Calling it hilarious may seem like an odd take on the grotesque homophobia of the times, but producer Dan Winch chips in to back him up. "What actually happened was farcical," he says. Indeed, this tongue-in-cheek production takes the view that this may have been the only murder plot ever hatched in the House of Commons, but its bungled execution was hilariously inept.


THE STORY BEGAN in 1960 when Thorpe, then 30 and the MP for North Devon, met 19-year-old stable hand Scott. Despite homosexuality still being illegal, they had a long relationship, with passionate love letters to prove it ー in which the politician called Scott "Bunnies." But these came back to haunt Thorpe after they parted.

Somewhere along the way, Scott lost his National Insurance card ー which he needed to get work ー and trying to get it back fuelled his increasingly obsessive behaviour. When Thorpe brushed him off, Scott asked for money and he remained persistent, even when he got the cash.

By 1975, Thorpe was married, widowed and married again. He had been offered a Cabinet post in a proposed coalition with Edward Heath's Conservatives and had serious ambitions to become prime minister. He began to wish he could rid himself permanently of his stalker. It would, he is reported to have said, be "no worse than killing a sick dog".

He sought the help of his friend Peter Bessel, a fellow West Country MP, who was also a philanderer and a serial bankrupt. Somehow a hitman, in the shape of ex-airline pilot Andrew Newton, became involved, but he was a heavy drinker and so dim that he was nicknamed Chicken Brain. He first botched the killing by going to Dunstable when Scott was in Barnstaple, then famously shot the dog Rinka instead of Scott.

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It was these couldn't-make-it-up aspects of the story which fired the imagination of Russell T Davies, creator or Queer as Folk and the revived Doctor Who, and a master of black comedy. He wrote the script for the drama and, in doing so, has brought his own brand of subversiveness to the project.

"It walks the balance between satirical humour and a punch in the gut," says executive producer Dominic Treadwell-Collins, who previously worked on EastEnders. "That's what's lovely about getting Russell working with Stephen Frears: one of our best writers and one of our best directors working together. We took the book to Russell, who said he had always wanted to tell this story. It's about powerful men, and what they think they can get away with ― the conspiracy of silence. It's also a gay story.

"Russel is the first gay man to tell this story, so he's also looking at the fact that homosexuality had just been [partially] decriminalised while this was going on."

Despite his acquittal, Thorpe found himself shunned after the case, and remained so for the rest of his life. He died little more than three years ago, aged 85, after a long battle with Parkinson's disease, which is why the case can now be dramatised without the worry of libel proceedings.

Treadwell-Collins is quick to point out: "We're careful not to say that Jeremy Thorpe said 'hire that man and kill that [other] man'," he says. "He was found not guilty and nobody knows exactly what happened. But we're going by the version in John Preston's book, because that's the one we've got the rights to. That version implies that Jeremy said, 'Rid me of this man, I'm going to look the other way'."

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Alex Jennings, who plays Thorpe's friend Bessell, remembers the Liberal leader from his childhood and sees him ー at least in part ー as a victim of homophobia.

"Jeremy Thorpe was a considerable figure when I was growing up," he says. "My grandparents met him on holiday in Devon. They were Labour supporters and he changed the way they voted. People were in thrall to him and charmed by him. Homosexuality was illegal and he was having to live under the cloud of that, leading a double life. Had it been legal, things might have been very different."

At the time, Scott was portrayed by the press as a pathetic, mincing figure whose life was worthless. It was hard to imagine a charismatic, glittering man such as Thorpe falling for him. In the witness box, he complained that Thorpe had "infected" him with the virus of homosexuality and also told the court that losing his virginity was "like being cut in half."

From an early trailer, however, it appears that Davies has made him into a more defiant, modern figure. We see Whishaw
emerge from the Old Bailey to declare: "I was crude, I was vile, I was queer, I was myself."

But Treadwell-Collins insists that the script does not turn Scott into anything other than what the man truly was.

"At the beginning, Norman is a quiet little guy who gets caught in Jeremy Thorpe's world," he says. "But it changes him, he gains confidence and this is his journey.

"Russell's point is that it was a very brave thing for Norman, at that time, to stand up and say, 'I'm gay and I was having sex with that man'. We show how that emboldened Norman and gave him his voice."

Scott is the only figure directly involved in the case who is still alive. Now in his mid-seventies, he lives in Devon.

Whishaw met him for research. "Norman is a very lovable character on first meeting, very charming, very funny, clever," says the Bafta award-winning star. "The Establishment tried to rally around one of its own, and he was a victim of that."

Whishaw, who appeared in London Spy last year, also has no qualms about modern audiences laughing at the story. "It's farcical yes, just in the way that life sometimes is. None of what Russell has written has been heightened or fantasised. Life, even when it's awful and serious, has a funny element."


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撮影とちょうど同じ時期だった『パディントン2』のプレミア時の髪がこれより短くて、切ったのかと思ったら、数日後の撮影時にまた長くなっていた。
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ベンの髪にしては微妙につやがなく、ばさばさ、かさかさしてる感が・・・。
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A Very English Scandal: TRAILER & BBCインタビュー記事

Interview with Ben Whishaw :
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What’s it been like working with Hugh Grant?
I have loved working with Hugh, he’s wonderful. I have admired his acting for so long. I think he is such a beautiful, delicate comic performer and it’s brilliant to see him play this role, which has this slightly darker edge to it. I just think he’s wonderful. He’s so inventive and free – but so thoughtful and won’t let up until he’s got it exactly how he wants it. I really respect that.




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A secret affair that threatened the life of one man and the entire British establishment...



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”I Understand Why People Kill"  Ben Whishaw ☆  The Telegraph Magazine

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'I understand why people kill'
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Actor Ben Whishaw on political scandal, sex, lies and being gay
‘I knew nothing about it,’ says Whishaw when we meet in a hotel next to Liverpool Street Station. ‘It was all a surprise. But I suppose I was drawn to the story on a human level, the strangeness of the situation these men found themselves in, and the kind of obsessive nature of their relationship with one another.’

‘Norman was raised a good Catholic boy,’ says Whishaw, explaining his character’s conflicted feelings about his sexuality and his sense that he had been somehow corrupted by Thorpe. ‘And if you were brought up in a religious home, homosexuality was sinful. I can understand why he did what he did.’


‘To try and hide something is just a torture,’ says Whishaw, who even with a slicked-back quiff and rugged beard radiates a winning gentleness of character. ‘You just want to speak frankly and honestly, it’s much easier.’

‘It’s not hard for me to imagine what it was like in the 1960s, how you had to repress everything and bury it. And then things get twisted out of shape and you start behaving very strangely.’


‘Norman went to him. Jeremy didn’t go to Norman. Norman went and sought out Jeremy, and apparently had already – this is not in the film but is in the book – been telling people in the village he was living in that he’d had a relationship with Jeremy Thorpe. So there was a fantasy about Jeremy Thorpe that had bloomed in his mind before anything had happened.’

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Whishaw says that the #MeToo movement was just beginning as they were filming, but although the echoes of those power dynamics are evident in the film, the actor says it was not an issue that they discussed. ‘My feeling was that in many ways these two people entered into this relationship quite equally and knowingly. And I think they somehow met their match in each other. I didn’t view Norman as a victim of this older man. I felt like he knew what he was doing.’

As a young actor, Whishaw says he never experienced sexual harassment, although, he adds, ‘I know other people who have – mainly women. But until [the post- Weinstein revolt] happened, there was a sense that this is just the way the world goes, this is the nature of things. There was a huge fury, but a kind of shrug of the shoulders. And now it’s become this revolution, which is brilliant in many ways.’

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Another aspect of A Very English Scandal, implicit rather than laboured, is the role of class. There is a social divide between Thorpe and Scott, but it’s one that their sexuality cuts across. ‘It’s definitely something that was there,’ agrees Whishaw, ‘and something that Norman was aware of.’

He says that he’s encountered the same social divisions in the theatre. ‘But I’m a bit like Norman. I think he has invented a persona for himself that means he can be quite fluid in class terms.I would say I sort of feel the same. In the theatre you meet people from every background. You have a choice of whether you want to view everything through the lens of class and I choose not to. It’s not the first thing I think about with people.’


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To say that Whishaw has never looked back since Hamlet would be more than usually true. ‘At the end of the evening on stage, at the end of the shoot, it’s gone. I never think about it ever again. It’s all wiped,’ he says. He claims to remember very little of the performances he’s given. That can’t be said of his many admirers. Whether it’s playing the boffin Q in James Bond films, John Keats in Bright Star or the intrepid Freddie in the TV series The Hour, Whishaw always quietly leaves his imprint on a part.

His next acting job, he says, is playing Uriah Heep in Armando Iannucci’s film version of David Copperfield. He’s thrilled by the prospect, not least because he loved Iannucci’s Death of Stalin.


Given that he is so adept at placing himself within a wide range of characters, I wondered if he felt that his sexuality helped him to get under the skin of Scott. ‘I’ve thought about this a lot. When I really reflect on it, I don’t think it does. What I suppose I mean is that just because a character is gay and I am gay, doesn’t mean that there’s going to be automatically a greater connection than with a character that was straight or whatever else. Acting for me is not autobiography.’



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Nor is it impersonation, but he says he did meet Scott at a lunch arranged by Frears and ‘got a feeling of him’. As he is plays Scott as a younger man, Whishaw was not worried about the dangers of mimicry after coming face to face with his subject. In the film, the character of Bessell describes Scott as one of the bravest men in England. What was Whishaw’s impression?

‘I think he’s someone who’s really free,’ he says, knitting his eyebrows in thought. ‘He’s living his life the way he wants to live it. He’s flirty and sort of funny and quite biting about people, but attractive, youthful. He didn’t seem like a 70-something-year-old.’



Scott now lives in an old farmhouse on Dartmoor with eight dogs. He has a long-term male partner, an artist, who is resentful of how Scott was disbelieved and hounded. Scott told Whishaw that he felt his life had been blighted by Thorpe, and believes that the Establishment conspired to protect one of its own.

Whishaw and Frears asked him if he was ever in love with Thorpe. ‘He said no, he’d never had any feelings. But I think he is – and I would say this to his face – I think he’s the kind of person who on one day might say one thing and on another day might give you another kind of story, depending on how he’s feeling and what’s going on.’

So not an entirely reliable narrator. But then Scott’s life has not been an easy one. He went on to have two children and an ex-wife who committed suicide.


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Sir Joseph Cantley cast aspersions on the prosecution witnesses and commended Thorpe’s unblemished career and character. He described Scott in his summing up as, ‘A hysterical, warped personality, accomplished sponger and very skilful at exciting and exploiting sympathy… He is a crook. He is a fraud. He is a sponger. He is a whiner. He is a parasite.’

It remains Whishaw’s firm belief that no one should ever be forced to divulge their sexuality. ‘People talk like you owe it to the cause, which I don’t think anyone does. It’s not anyone’s business. And it’s no one’s place to judge anyone else on how they deal with it.’ But all the same, he can see why Scott wanted to ‘out’ Thorpe. And what’s more he can also see, and believes the film shows, ‘why someone might be driven to kill, insane as that sounds’.


More than anything, Whishaw sees the story as a judgment on the period rather than the people. At its heart, he suggests, was a love that, in another age, might have flourished. ‘Because of when they lived, all that energy that might have gone into the relationship went into destroying each other. I see it as a love that was warped by the pressures of the time.’

That may be a romantic reading of two incompatibly difficult people – one highly ambitious, the other highly strung – but it probably also points to an abiding truth. After you’ve got through all the shock and scandal and mad behaviour, what’s left is two men who were locked in a corrosive embrace for almost two decades.





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How did you negotiate the kissing with Ben?

“No negotiation at all. We just went at it. I got - what do they call it? - ‘pash rash’ from his beard. But Ben is a very brilliant actor, and don’t forget we worked together before because he was my wife in Cloud Atlas [laughs]. He’s remarkably un-luvvie for a top actor. I loved him. One always says in these interviews that one loves one’s co-star, but I do love Ben, actually.”

- Hugh Grant (


◆ヒューのインタビュ―はどうやら ”PILOT” マガジンらしいです。


◆ベンのは、 ”ATTITUDE” マガジンで、内容はまだ未見。











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East Herts Police @CiMcdonald  2017年11月9日

A very happy Pc Henderson meets Ben Whishaw the voice of Paddington and Q from James Bond

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Michele Dotrice as landlady Edna Friendship and Ben Whishaw as Norman Scott

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