Jul
31

New Stills from “The Riot Club”

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I’ve added a few new stills of Max in “The Riot Club” to the gallery!

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May
13

“The Riot Club” Poster

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I have added the first poster from “The Riot Club” to the gallery!

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May
13

“The Riot Club” Trailer & Screencaptures

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The first trailer for The Riot Club (previously Posh) has been released! You can watch the trailer below! I have also added screencaptures from the trailer to the gallery!

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Mar
30

“Posh” Movie Still

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I’ve added another still from Posh that released last month that features Max and Holliday Grainger to the gallery.


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Feb
25

Stills from ‘Posh’

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Two stills from Max’s upcoming moving Posh have been released! Check them out in the gallery!

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Feb
9

Two Stills from ‘The Devil’s Harvest’

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Two movie stills from The Devil’s Harvest have been released! You can check out both in the gallery!

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Oct
16

Max Irons in Interview Magazine

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I have just added a beautiful new shoot of Max in Interview Magazine to the gallery. Also below you can read the interview he did with them.

Though you wouldn’t know it from his patient demeanor, Max Irons is tired. The 27-year-old actor has just finished his run as Stephen Bellamy in Beau Willimon’s play Farragut North in London. “He never comes off stage,” he explains. “It was killer, but it was great.” Now Irons is in New York for a few days to see his girlfriend and do press for his finale of his Starz miniseries, The White Queen. “I’ve only known her for five months or so,” says Irons of his girlfriend. “This is the first time I’ve been here with her. I met all of her friends in one go last night.” Was it intimidating? “It was, but then within 10 minutes I thought, ‘No, they’re good people,’ which is nice,” he confides.

The son of British actor Jeremy Irons and Irish actress Sinéad Cusack, Max is tall, gracious, good-looking, and casually charming. In The White Queen, he plays the frequently overlooked 15th century king, Edward IV, as he fights against various members of his kin for the throne of England during the War of the Roses. The maternal grandfather of Henry VIII, Edward is perhaps most famous as the father of Edward V and Richard of Shrewsbury, the two preteen “Princes in the Tower” that were murdered by their uncle and immortalized in John Everett Millais’ famous portrait. “They were ruthless,” comments Irons of the time period. “You had to be to stay in control—your own brother is trying to kick you off the throne. You go up to the North of England and come back to find you’ve been replaced by someone else, so you have to be vigilant and very aggressive.”

While The White Queen will air its season finale this weekend, Irons’ work for the year is far from done. The actor recently wrapped an adaptation of Laura Wade’s play Posh with Sam Claflin, Douglas Booth, Holliday Grainger, Jessica Brown Findlay, Natalie Dormer, and Freddie Fox. Next, Irons will head to Ukraine to film The Devil’s Harvest, followed by Keys to the Street, a Ruth Rendell book adapted by Christopher Nolan and costarring Gemma Arterton and Tim Roth (a man Irons dubs “a fucking legend”).

EMMA BROWN: The White Queen moves very quickly. I thought the entire series would cover a few years at most and then within the first few episodes, you already have all of these children.

MAX IRONS: Tell me about it. Towards the end, one of them was older than I was in real life. Edward was a very fertile young man.

BROWN: Edward seems quite forgiving.

IRONS: He was incredibly forgiving. His brother and his best friend and his advisor tried to kill him and then he had them back to court, invited them back. But then again, it’s the same old thing. Allegiances are so important to maintain, because without them you’d be nothing.
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Aug
21

Max Irons to ‘Town & Country’: ‘I Want To Be Working in 60 Years’

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Max Irons stares soulfully in this brand new feature for Town & Countrymagazine’s September 2013 issue.

Here’s what the 27-year-old The White Queen star had to share with the mag:

On The White Queen: “It’s a bit Downton Abbey–meets–Game of Thrones. The Starz cut contains breasts and buttocks. The BBC cut doesn’t.”

On taking risks in his career: “My dad [Jeremy Irons] said once, ‘Max hasn’t really had an opportunity to fail privately.’ My dad worked on small stages, instead of finding himself on the big screen, where if you fail, you’ve failed very, very publicly.”

On wanting longevity: “You don’t want to earn your millions and then be nowhere in six years. I want to be working in 60 years.”

For more from Max, visit TownandCountryMag.com.

-Source: JustJared.com

Aug
13

New Photoshoot!

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I’ve added a new photoshoot of Max to the gallery! Check it out!

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Aug
7

GQ Australia

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I’ve added a photoshoot Max did for GQ Australia last month! Check them out in the gallery!

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