Additional HQs from the Cinderella Press Conference have now been added to the gallery, enjoy!
IGN – Spoiler Alert! Robb Stark himself, Richard Madden, pops by to talk Cinderella, while there he recalls the Red Wedding & theorizes on who is safe, who is not, & who will win the Game of Thrones.
Richard and Lily James, the stars of Disney’s Cinderella, surprised fans last night at an exclusive screening event at Disneyland Resort. Some photos from the event have now been added to the gallery!
First photos from the Cinderella Press Conference which has taken place in Los Angeles on March 2nd during the various press junket, have now been added to the gallery. Sadly only MQs but hopefully I will be able to get some HQ soon. Richard looks great as usual! Check the pics in our gallery and for the Lily ones visit Lily James Source :)
ZAP2IT – Former “Game of Thrones” star and current “Cinderella” Prince Charming Richard Madden is desperate to work on a science fiction project, but don’t expect him to mix his personal life and professional one any time soon. Though he’s been dating “Doctor Who” lead Jenna Coleman for several years, Madden says he doesn’t want to make an appearance on the BBC series — at least for the time being.
“That would probably be weird,” Madden admits to Zap2it while promoting “Cinderella.” “I’d love to be in ‘Doctor Who’ one day, but maybe not while Jenna’s in the show.”
Madden already has tackled fantasy thanks to “Thrones,” played a Disney prince in “Cinderella” and is heading to the stage in 2016. He’s also starring in the 2016 modern day action flick “Bastille Day” opposite Idris Elba, which means he’s already showcased a range of his talents.
When asked what he’d like to dabble in next, Madden admits he wants “to keep working and doing things I’ve not done before” — and that’s where his love for sci-fi comes into play. He says his dream science fiction project would be “future sci-fi stuff, like laser ships, space guns,” and his current sci-fi obsession is Halle Berry’s CBS series “Extant.”
Though “Doctor Who” certainly falls under the “future sci-fi stuff” category, Madden confirms “there’s nothing in the pipeline for that at the moment.” “Maybe one day,” he concedes.