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TotalFilmUK - October Issue: Love, Rosie Q&A
When did the two of you first meet?Lily Collins: Christian [Ditter, director] got us together in Soho over a year ago and he had us sit in a room and stare at each other. It was quite strange.Sam Claflin: It was really intense. For a first meeting with somebody it was really strange.LC: Very jarring.SC: We sat so close to each other.LC: But it was so awesome because right away we had this shared intense experience. We’d already invaded each other’s personal space, so things could not get…SC: …any weirder. It was the most intense chemistry read I’ve ever had.How much did you both relate to your characters in Love, Rosie?SC: I think I am Alex.LC: I think I am Rosie!SC: It’s so insane. I doubt I’ll ever play somebody so close to me. I didn’t know where I was ending and Alex was starting.LC: I never felt like I was playing anything, it was just happening.What was the most awkward moment during filming?LC: Oh God, check out the scene where the condom gets lost. Or the mirror scene. That was in the smallest bathroom in history with five men and myself crouching over a mirror. That was on the second week of filming. That was pretty awkward.SC: Yeah!LC: I will say though, I fought to keep that in. SC: Really?LC: I just thought it was such a funny, awkward moment… The more awkward the better.How did you find working with the babies?SC: I had one day and it was a nightmare.LC: The baby didn’t like you at all! Oh my God, the second she came in …SC: I love kids, so I was like, ‘I’m gonna go say hello.’LC: …she started bawling her eyes out!SC: Every time I walked into a room, the baby would start screaming!What have you got coming up next?LC: I can’t speak much about it just because it’s a very lock and key situation, but I did just  finish shooting with Warren Beatty. It’s 1950s  Hollywood, sexual repression… It was  incredible; an amazing cast of people that I respect, an older generation of actors. Some of them only work on specific types of film and I learned more in the last five months than I could’ve in film school.SC: What can I say about The Riot Club?  I remember texting Lily a picture…LC: You were bloody and disgusting!SC: I had hair extensions in, covered in blood. I was like ‘Hey! This is me!’ I’ve seen the film recently and it’s very, very dark. My wife and my publicist, who have seen The Riot Club, hated me, and then they watched Love, Rosie the day after and were like, ‘We love you!’ LC: That’s so great, though.SC: So to have this, then Riot Club and then Hunger Games: Mockingjay, it’s a busy time.LC: Yeah, he’s not popular at all…

TotalFilmUK - October Issue: Love, Rosie Q&A

When did the two of you first meet?
Lily Collins: Christian [Ditter, director] got us together in Soho over a year ago and he had us sit in a room and stare at each other. It was quite strange.
Sam Claflin: It was really intense. For a first meeting with somebody it was really strange.
LC: Very jarring.
SC: We sat so close to each other.
LC: But it was so awesome because right away we had this shared intense experience. We’d already invaded each other’s personal space, so things could not get…
SC: …any weirder. It was the most intense chemistry read I’ve ever had.
How much did you both relate to your characters in Love, Rosie?
SC: I think I am Alex.
LC: I think I am Rosie!
SC: It’s so insane. I doubt I’ll ever play somebody so close to me. I didn’t know where I was ending and Alex was starting.
LC: I never felt like I was playing anything, it was just happening.
What was the most awkward moment during filming?
LC: Oh God, check out the scene where the condom gets lost. Or the mirror scene. That was in the smallest bathroom in history with five men and myself crouching over a mirror. That was on the second week of filming. That was pretty awkward.
SC: Yeah!
LC: I will say though, I fought to keep that in. 
SC: Really?
LC: I just thought it was such a funny, awkward moment… The more awkward the better.
How did you find working with the babies?
SC: I had one day and it was a nightmare.
LC: The baby didn’t like you at all! Oh my God, the second she came in …
SC: I love kids, so I was like, ‘I’m gonna go say hello.’
LC: …she started bawling her eyes out!
SC: Every time I walked into a room, the baby would start screaming!
What have you got coming up next?
LC: I can’t speak much about it just because it’s a very lock and key situation, but I did just  finish shooting with Warren Beatty. It’s 1950s  Hollywood, sexual repression… It was  incredible; an amazing cast of people that I respect, an older generation of actors. Some of them only work on specific types of film and I learned more in the last five months than I could’ve in film school.
SC: What can I say about The Riot Club?  I remember texting Lily a picture…
LC: You were bloody and disgusting!
SC: I had hair extensions in, covered in blood. I was like ‘Hey! This is me!’ I’ve seen the film recently and it’s very, very dark. My wife and my publicist, who have seen The Riot Club, hated me, and then they watched Love, Rosie the day after and were like, ‘We love you!’ 
LC: That’s so great, though.
SC: So to have this, then Riot Club and then Hunger Games: Mockingjay, it’s a busy time.
LC: Yeah, he’s not popular at all…

Sam Claflin brings a sneering cruelty to Alistair Ryle. ‘I am sick to f***ing death of poor people,’ he cries as part of an extended riff, while the other Rioters sit there, nodding along. ‘It was such a stretch, such a different world to me,’ Claflin says now. ‘I’d only ever experienced my parents’ humble and very average upbringing.’ His mother was a classroom assistant; his father is an accountant for a charity in Norwich. ‘I decided [Alistair] was happier on his own, so even on set I’d find myself wandering off from the group and just sitting quietly in the corner, watching. That was my way in, trying to feel that kind of loneliness.’

On the set of The Riot Club [x]


New still of The Riot Club [x]

New still of The Riot Club [x]

Behind the scenes of The Riot Club [x]

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Sam Claflin in The Riot Club from Empire Magazine’s Winter Preview

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Sam Claflin in The Riot Club from Empire Magazine’s Winter Preview

Love, Rosie US Release date is scheduled for early 2015 [x]The Film Arcade will distribute the film theatrically in the U.S. and Paramount Home Media Distribution will handle all other platforms domestically.

Love, Rosie US Release date is scheduled for early 2015 [x]

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

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Painting the film’s climax with echoes of A Clockwork Orange and Lord of the Flies, Scherfig delivers a satisfying portrait of the savagery lurking beneath fine breeding.

TIFF synopsis of The Riot Club [x]

Does The Riot Club have an official release date for the United States? Or is it not going to be shown here?
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There is no release date yet. TIFF is usually a good opportunity to find international distributors, so we may know more after the festival.


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