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Daisy Edgar-Jones, Sope Dìrísù Himesh Patel join others to decide BAFTA EE Rising star award nominees

Daisy Edgar-Jones, ??p?? Dìrísù and Himesh Patel today joined forces along with other industry experts to decide the next BAFTA EE Rising Star award nominees. The annual award which, in the past has gone to the likes of James McAvoy, Eva Green, Juno Temple, Tom Hardy, Kristen Stewart, Jack O’Connell, Will Poulter, John Boyega, Tom Holland, Daniel Kaluuya, Letitia Wright, Micheal Ward, Bukky Bakray, and Lashana Lynch, will be dished out with the other film BAFTAs early next year.Emma Mackey was awarded the honour earlier this year.Now in its nineteenth year, it stands as the only EE BAFTA Film Awards category to be voted for by the British public, reinforcing EE’s commitment to become the UK’s most personal, customer-focused brand by providing the nation with an opportunity to have their voice heard.

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Eva Green wanted to pretend she was hospitalised to avoid filming “shitty B-movie”, court told
Eva Green wanted to pretend she was hospitalised with a rash so she could avoid filming “shitty B-Movie” The Patriot, a court has heard.Newly disclosed WhatsApp messages from the Casino Royale star brought the information to light during her ongoing legal battle with production company White Lantern, who she is suing over the collapsed sci-fi project.In a message in September 2019, she asked her agent (via The Guardian): “IF they come back to you and say they are going to go ahead with the movie, what can we say…? Could we say this situation has made me ill over the weekend? We could say I had to go to hospital as I had a serious rash all over my body?”Green then asked her agent if a doctor might help the claim, the high court in London was told.The message was referred to during closing arguments on Tuesday (March 14) by Max Mallin KC, the legal counsel for production company White Lantern Films.Mallin said Green was so concerned about having to perform in the film that she suggested her agent, Charles Collier, “invent a story about Ms Green being hospitalised”.They added that Green also “appeared to contemplate faking a broken arm” to avoid performing.Green is suing White Lantern Films and SMC Speciality finance for a $1m (£807,000) fee over the collapsed project, claiming she is still owed the payment under the terms of her “pay or play” contract.White Lantern, meanwhile, claim that Green undermined the project and walked away, causing it to collapse.On the first day of the court case, communications between Green and other individuals –including her agent – were disclosed. In them, she described the project as a “B-shitty-movie” and referred to lead producer, Jake Seal, as “evil” and “the devil”.