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July 9, 2012 | By Christie D'Zurilla
Sienna Miller and Tom Sturridge welcomed a new baby in London over the weekend - but with News of the World out of the picture, nobody appears to be hacking into their personal business. The birth was first reported by Us Weekly, which later added that the wee one was a "she" one. E! News reported the baby girl's name to be Marlow, but further details weren't to be had on Monday. Miller, known for guarding her privacy since her life with Jude Law was nefariously scooped in the middle of last decade, did spill a bit about her pregnancy back in March, after stealthily taking her baby bump public in February.
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April 22, 2014 | By Oliver Gettell
"Foxcatcher," Bennett Miller's fact-based drama set against the world of Olympic wrestling, has pinned down a Nov. 14 release date, a clear indication Sony Pictures Classics is positioning the film as an awards-season contender. Miller's highly anticipated follow-up to "Moneyball" was originally slated for release last December but was ultimately pulled from that date to give Miller more time to finish the film. "Foxcatcher" was also intended to debut at the AFI Fest last November but will now bow at the Cannes Film Festival next month.
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July 18, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Sienna Miller teamed up with Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan on Tuesday to urge Indians to do more to slow global warming. The 25-year-old actress met Bachchan in Mumbai at the start of a weeklong trip to India as an ambassador for Global Cool. "If each one of us does our bit, we will be helping to keep global warming from harming our countries," Miller said.
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July 3, 2013 | By Amy Nicholson
There are the two friends, their deadbeat exes, the desert road trip and the convertible - even the unplanned murder. All that's missing from "Just Like a Woman," Rachid Bouchareb's salute to "Thelma & Louise," is the quality. As replacement, we have belly-dancing, which here is not just the dance of seduction, but the dance of self-expression, female empowerment and freedom. Sienna Miller plays Marilyn, a Chicago receptionist with a big, weird dream: join the Santa Fe Belly Dance Company, an apparently full-time position that will allow her to travel the world.
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February 18, 2009 | Associated Press
New York's Roundabout Theatre Company says Sienna Miller will open Oct. 22 in its production of "After Miss Julie," playwright Patrick Marber's take on a 19th century Strindberg classic about class, sex and power. The three-character play will be directed by Mark Brokaw. Previews will begin Sept. 18 at the Roundabout's American Airlines Theatre for a limited engagement through Dec. 6. Other casting will be announced later. In "After Miss Julie," Marber has updated Strindberg's "Miss Julie" to 1945 on the eve of the Labour Party's election victory in England.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 26, 2007 | Robin Abcarian, Times Staff Writer
IT'S hard to tell whether Sienna Miller is on the level. The lithe and lovely blue-eyed actress is known for being unprogrammed in interviews (occasionally to her lasting regret), and you thought you were tossing a pretty soft question: Did she see any of herself in the role she plays in Steve Buscemi's new film, "Interview," an intellectual boxing match between a frustrated war reporter who resents his fluffy assignment and the starlet he is sent to profile?
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April 11, 2009 | Michael Phillips
"The Mysteries of Pittsburgh," based on novelist Michael Chabon's 1988 debut effort, is a coming-of-ager that nearly slaughters you by minute 30 with the relentlessness of its protagonist's voice-overs, as scripted -- with reverence and without cinematic wiles -- by director Rawson Marshall Thurber ("Dodgeball"). "I just wanted to go outside and get some fresh air," we hear as young Art Bechstein (Jon Foster) is about to lay eyes on the willowy blond, played by Sienna Miller, at a party.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 3, 2013 | By Amy Nicholson
There are the two friends, their deadbeat exes, the desert road trip and the convertible - even the unplanned murder. All that's missing from "Just Like a Woman," Rachid Bouchareb's salute to "Thelma & Louise," is the quality. As replacement, we have belly-dancing, which here is not just the dance of seduction, but the dance of self-expression, female empowerment and freedom. Sienna Miller plays Marilyn, a Chicago receptionist with a big, weird dream: join the Santa Fe Belly Dance Company, an apparently full-time position that will allow her to travel the world.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 22, 2014 | By Oliver Gettell
"Foxcatcher," Bennett Miller's fact-based drama set against the world of Olympic wrestling, has pinned down a Nov. 14 release date, a clear indication Sony Pictures Classics is positioning the film as an awards-season contender. Miller's highly anticipated follow-up to "Moneyball" was originally slated for release last December but was ultimately pulled from that date to give Miller more time to finish the film. "Foxcatcher" was also intended to debut at the AFI Fest last November but will now bow at the Cannes Film Festival next month.
IMAGE
September 30, 2007 | Emili Vesilind, Times Staff Writer
ACTRESS Sienna Miller's knack for assembling outfits that inspire imitation is on par with fellow Brit Kate Moss' innate ability to make jeans and a T-shirt look revolutionary. And like Moss, who debuted an apparel collection through the fast-fashion chain Topshop in May, Miller is bringing her edgy-cum-classic sensibilities to the masses. Moss may have only been dabbling, but Miller hopes to establish a foothold.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 19, 2012 | By Robert Lloyd, Los Angeles Times Television Critic
There are two Alfred Hitchcock biopics being released this fall. "Hitchcock," coming in November, is a big-screen affair, set during the filming of "Psycho," with Anthony Hopkins as the portly master of suspense, Helen Mirren as wife and consultant Alma Reville and Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh. "The Girl", which premieres Saturday on HBO, focuses on the relationship between Hitchcock and actress Tippi Hedren during the making of "The Birds" and "Marnie. " It stars Toby Jones, Imelda Staunton and Sienna Miller, as Hitch, Alma and Tippi, with Cape Town, South Africa, in the role of Hollywood, U.S.A.
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July 9, 2012 | By Christie D'Zurilla
Sienna Miller and Tom Sturridge welcomed a new baby in London over the weekend - but with News of the World out of the picture, nobody appears to be hacking into their personal business. The birth was first reported by Us Weekly, which later added that the wee one was a "she" one. E! News reported the baby girl's name to be Marlow, but further details weren't to be had on Monday. Miller, known for guarding her privacy since her life with Jude Law was nefariously scooped in the middle of last decade, did spill a bit about her pregnancy back in March, after stealthily taking her baby bump public in February.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 11, 2009 | Michael Phillips
"The Mysteries of Pittsburgh," based on novelist Michael Chabon's 1988 debut effort, is a coming-of-ager that nearly slaughters you by minute 30 with the relentlessness of its protagonist's voice-overs, as scripted -- with reverence and without cinematic wiles -- by director Rawson Marshall Thurber ("Dodgeball"). "I just wanted to go outside and get some fresh air," we hear as young Art Bechstein (Jon Foster) is about to lay eyes on the willowy blond, played by Sienna Miller, at a party.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 13, 2009 | KENNETH TURAN, FILM CRITIC
"The Edge of Love" has, as they say, all the tools, all the elements that usually make for success. It ought to be coaxing superlatives from all and sundry, but instead it leaves a bitter, unsatisfying aftertaste that lingers in the mind. Certainly the stars seemed aligned for "Edge" to turn into a quality British production. Its quartet of actors -- Keira Knightley, Sienna Miller, Cillian Murphy and Matthew Rhys -- are gifted and almost criminally attractive.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 18, 2009 | Associated Press
New York's Roundabout Theatre Company says Sienna Miller will open Oct. 22 in its production of "After Miss Julie," playwright Patrick Marber's take on a 19th century Strindberg classic about class, sex and power. The three-character play will be directed by Mark Brokaw. Previews will begin Sept. 18 at the Roundabout's American Airlines Theatre for a limited engagement through Dec. 6. Other casting will be announced later. In "After Miss Julie," Marber has updated Strindberg's "Miss Julie" to 1945 on the eve of the Labour Party's election victory in England.
NEWS
January 6, 2008 | Melissa Magsaysay, Times Staff Writer
We were in the studio, getting ready to shoot the beret layout you're looking at on the opposite page. We had a stack of sophisticated designer caps, all lint-rolled, brushed and fluffed to perfection. Then in walked the makeup artist -- in a hat that stole the shoot. Garen Tolkin was wearing a charmingly floppy beret she had just finished knitting the night before. She spotted it at A Mano Yarn Center in Mar Vista -- "I saw it and I just had to make it," she said. And we felt the same way.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 13, 2009 | KENNETH TURAN, FILM CRITIC
"The Edge of Love" has, as they say, all the tools, all the elements that usually make for success. It ought to be coaxing superlatives from all and sundry, but instead it leaves a bitter, unsatisfying aftertaste that lingers in the mind. Certainly the stars seemed aligned for "Edge" to turn into a quality British production. Its quartet of actors -- Keira Knightley, Sienna Miller, Cillian Murphy and Matthew Rhys -- are gifted and almost criminally attractive.
NEWS
January 6, 2008 | Melissa Magsaysay, Times Staff Writer
We were in the studio, getting ready to shoot the beret layout you're looking at on the opposite page. We had a stack of sophisticated designer caps, all lint-rolled, brushed and fluffed to perfection. Then in walked the makeup artist -- in a hat that stole the shoot. Garen Tolkin was wearing a charmingly floppy beret she had just finished knitting the night before. She spotted it at A Mano Yarn Center in Mar Vista -- "I saw it and I just had to make it," she said. And we felt the same way.
IMAGE
September 30, 2007 | Emili Vesilind, Times Staff Writer
ACTRESS Sienna Miller's knack for assembling outfits that inspire imitation is on par with fellow Brit Kate Moss' innate ability to make jeans and a T-shirt look revolutionary. And like Moss, who debuted an apparel collection through the fast-fashion chain Topshop in May, Miller is bringing her edgy-cum-classic sensibilities to the masses. Moss may have only been dabbling, but Miller hopes to establish a foothold.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 18, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Sienna Miller teamed up with Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan on Tuesday to urge Indians to do more to slow global warming. The 25-year-old actress met Bachchan in Mumbai at the start of a weeklong trip to India as an ambassador for Global Cool. "If each one of us does our bit, we will be helping to keep global warming from harming our countries," Miller said.
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