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The Deauville Film Festival, which showcases American cinema in the titular Normandy resort town in northern France, will again honor several veterans and young stars this year, including Chloe Grace Moretz, Daniel Radcliffe and Stanley Tucci.

Under its Nouvel Hollywood/Hollywood Rising Stars banner, the annual French celebration of American cinema will again honor two young stars: Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising’s Grace Moretz and Daniel Radcliffe, whose latest feature, Imperium, will screen in the Premiere section.

The festival will be from September 2 to the 11th. In which Dan will be present on September 9. (Thanks to Cathy for the info.)

Source: THR

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WHAT: Internationally acclaimed fashion designer and artist, Johny Dar joins forces with 100 celebrities for ‘Jeans for Refugees’ project raising money for the International Rescue Committee (IRC). From Hollywood heavy hitters Ryan Gosling and Sharon Stone to Britain’s very own Sir Elton John and Victoria Beckham, the 100 celebrities have each donated a pair of their jeans which are being painted and given various artistic treatments by Dar. With 31 pairs already available, another two pairs and the first lot of men’s jeans are being released from today [Friday 19th August], coinciding with World Humanitarian Day.

The jeans are exclusively available to bid and buy on the world’s fastest growing online auction house, Catawiki (www.catawiki.com/jeansforrefugees)

WHO: The next ‘Jeans for Refugees’ lot of jeans are donated by former One Direction bandmate Harry Styles and Harry Potter star, Daniel Radcliffe. This current crop of celebrities now join the likes of Kate Moss, Emma Watson, Lily Allen, Mel C, Fearne Cotton, Anna Wintour, Claudia Schiffer and many more in having their denim threads up for grabs in aid of the IRC. More A-lister pairs of jeans will be released over the summer along with a number of other events and activities where the public can get involved. Currently, Sharon Stone’s jeans are the most popular with a current bid of £4,179.

Johny’s comments on Daniel Radcliffe’s Jeans: “Daniel continues to make shockwaves through his magic wand, and with his subtle sexiness. There’s a dynamic movement in the design of his jeans, and different painting techniques incorporated – hand-drawn geometry, and arrow patterns (which reminded me of Harry Potter’s signature scar) in blue and indigo that play with the cut and movement of the denim. And details in 3D metallic steel along the legs, like a code. Painting Daniel’s jeans was a steady ride, with a sense of complete confidence, no matter where the ride takes you.”

WHY: Johny Dar is extremely passionate about the refugee crisis. The concept behind Jeans for Refugees is to spread a message through art, to create positive change and empower people to collaborate for a common goal. The intention is to raise millions for the International Rescue Committee.

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New interview via IMDB on Imperium

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Here’s the interview of Charlie Rose. Enjoy!


Daniel Radcliffe — Charlie Rose by simplydanrad

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Lots of things happened yesterday with the promoting of Imperium. So here’s a quick list on that. First we got photos from Extra, not exactly sure when that is airing. Dan also appeared on SiriusXM Radio where he talked about how he chooses his roles, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and if he will join the new Potter play. He was on CBS this Morning and the Daily Show with Trevor Noah. Privacy had its last performance yesterday. A new Imperium clip arose. Swiss Army Man DVD/BluRay release date is October 4th. Two other video clips appeared you can view that here and here. And tonight he is on Charlie Rose to talk more about Imperium.

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The View comes on August 10 at 10am PST, those on the eastern side can watch at 11am. I posted photos from the show since it was recorded back in July stay tuned for The Imperium Times Talks later today. You can watch it live here: timestalks.com