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admin - Nov 15, 2022
Rachel Brosnahan on How Her CFDA Awards Fashion Look Marks a “New Chapter”

With ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ approaching its final season, the star says that her black leather 2022 look is “a lot more modern than things I’ve been wearing.” The Hollywood Reporter shares behind-the-scenes photos of the actress getting ready for the awards show.

Rachel Brosnahan is ready, sort of, to move along from being thought of as Miriam Maisel, and attendees can see that in the look she wore to the 2022 CFDA Fashion Awards, which took place Monday at Cipriani South Street.

“It’s a little bit of an edgier look and a bit more youthful, and definitely a lot of fun,” The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star told The Hollywood Reporter of her CFDA red carpet look, a Sergio Hudson black leather minidress paired with black Wolford tights and Sarah Flint’s Perfect Dress Bootie in a luxe jacquard ($795) that the shoe designer has dubbed “Red Vienna.” Her jewelry included pieces by Anita Ko, KatKim and Eéra.

“My personal style is constantly evolving, and I enjoy pushing my own boundaries and getting out of my comfort zone when it comes to fashion,” the actress said ahead of the awards, noting that her stylist, Alexandra Mandelkorn, is an enthusiastic partner in that idea. “Ali and I have a lot of fun in our fittings, and right now fashion feels like an opportunity to express different sides of myself. Tonight’s look is a lot more modern than things I’ve been wearing, because this is a new chapter for me.”

Filming of the fifth and final season of Amazon Prime’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel wrapped in the first few days of November, and Brosnahan admits that the end of the popular series hasn’t resonated for her just yet. “We’ve been shooting this season for nearly 10 months, and this is about the time we’d be wrapping up any season,” she said. “[Co-star Alex Borstein] and I were saying it’s not going to hit us until we’re supposed to come back, which would be January. For now, it was nice to sleep in on a Monday morning.”
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admin - Oct 25, 2022
Rachel Brosnahan Has the Last Laugh

As she wraps up her six-year stint as the most adorable rebel the small screen has ever seen, Rachel Brosnahan is determined to cut just as iconoclastic a figure in real life Hollywood.

Less than 15 minutes into a coffee date at the Hungarian Pastry Shop in Morningside Heights in Manhattan, Rachel Brosnahan is spotted. “Is your name Rachel?” asks the waitress bringing her an apple strudel.

“Yes,” Brosnahan says. She says it softly, a little uneasily, so different from Midge, the brash character she has played to much acclaim on Prime Video’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel for four seasons. Outside of her constricting costumes, Brosnahan looks different, too—more demure. Today her light brown hair is swept back, and she’s wearing jeans and an oversize beige blazer. “Oh my god, I love your show,” says the waitress, who introduces herself as Jess.

She used to say no when people asked her if she was Rachel Brosnahan or if they knew her from somewhere, until a friend told her she was trying too hard to be unassuming and that it came off as rude. Now she says yes and thank you. New York is a city where Brosnahan feels she can lie low, and the masks of the pandemic helped her have an extra layer of anonymity. Since public life has returned, she feels flattered to be recognized, but it’s awkward. “I became an actor because I didn’t want to be myself all the time,” she says. “Being yourself takes a lot of hard work.”

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel has been a phenomenon since it debuted in 2017. It’s hilarious and nostalgic, the costumes are eye candy, and the ensemble cast has the kind of zany chemistry that is hard to create. But the core of the show, and the reason for Maisel mania, is Midge, who is complicated, opinionated, and ambitious in a time when women still had to get their husbands’ signatures for credit cards or leases. And Brosnahan has given the character the special sauce that allows her to be all of those things—multidimensional, demanding, difficult—and also supremely sympathetic and entertaining.

Brosnahan has had six years of being Midge. “She’s so unapologetic and confident,” she says of the character that made her recognizable. But the show that won Brosnahan both Emmy and Golden Globe awards is coming to a close—she’s currently filming the final season—and now its star is grappling with what’s next.

She could easily score talky roles like Midge, playing iterations of smart girls in comedies for the rest of her days. She would be great at it. But instead Brosnahan, 32, has decided to step out of the gilded cage of prestige comedy to do something unexpected: a western, set in 1897, called Dead for a Dollar. The film co-stars Christoph Waltz and Willem Dafoe and is directed by Walter Hill, who is known for being a master of the western and action genres (Deadwood, 48 Hours, The Warriors). Its premiere at the Venice Film Festival garnered a healthy dose of buzz.
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admin - Oct 4, 2022
Interview with Rachel Brosnahan: Quiet Acts of Rebellion

Now I can finally write it down on paper: I am a great admirer of Rachel Brosnahan, for her masterful interpretation in and of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” by which I was completely shocked and enchanted, for the talent and audacity of her stories, and for all her acting choices, so precise and courageous. Just like the one of her new character Rachel in “Dead For A Dollar”, presented out of competition at the 79th Venice Film Festival.
Ten minutes before the interview with her, I felt catapulted into a positive energy spiral because I was about to meet her aura of kindness and determination. Two minutes after greeting her, that energy, which could have also matched some kind of anxiety, immediately transformed, simply making me feel good. With her precise and passionate way of talking about films, stories to tell, and new frontiers of cinema, we also discussed how important it is to look for small acts of rebellion in the everyday life and how being here in Venice to present a new movie is simply crazy cool.

How is it going in Venice in these days?

It’s been the coolest thing. I’ve never been to Venice, so being here for the first time, premiering a film… I’m not sure if anything can top this!

You character in the film “Dead for a Dollar” might feel different from traditional westerns, but it actually is a character that’s always been there and that now has the space to be. What was your first reaction after reading the script and the first questions you asked Walter Hill [the director] about Rachel?

When I read the script, I was immediately intrigued. It’s a beautiful piece of writing and then Walter is Walter, he’s a legend. So, there weren’t a lot of immediate questions for him, but he gave me a call on the phone, he wanted to talk to me a bit more about the role and what he had been thinking about when he wrote it and also what his intentions were for the film.

He talked about being a great lover of and having a lot of respect for the Western genre of which he’s a really important contributor, too, and said that he wanted to use this film to be a part of continuing its evolution, he wanted to add this film to the canon of great westerns and imagined that a big part of doing so was creating space within the genre for characters like Rachel, Elijah and Poe, who historically have not been included at all or left on the fringes, underdeveloped, underexplored.

That was really exciting.
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Interviews
admin - Mar 23, 2022
Rachel Brosnahan Unpacks Midge’s “Outright Fury” in Season 4 of ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’

The star opens up about Midge’s future with Lenny Bruce and other surprising finale reveals while looking ahead to the Amazon comedy’s fifth and final season: “I appreciate this portrait of an incredibly flawed woman chasing her ambition as hard as she knows how.”

This story contains major spoilers for season four of Amazon’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.

Fans of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel got a glimpse at a Midge Maisel (Rachel Brosnahan) in season four that they haven’t seen since season one: a Midge on the edge.

“We met her when she’d hit rock bottom, drunk and half-naked in the comedy club in the middle of the night,” Rachel Brosnahan tells The Hollywood Reporter of the series’ pilot episode. “In some ways, it was fun to return to a version of Midge that is furious and is wearing every emotion she has on her sleeve all at once.”

The 1960s-set fourth season picks up right where season three left off. Midge has been dropped from Shy Baldwin’s (LeRoy McClain) tour after accidentally outing his sexuality during a comedy set at the Apollo. She’s out of a job, beats up a taxi cab with a palm leaf and stumbles upon an illegal strip club, where she decides to start working as an emcee.

Over the course of the season, Midge stands her ground and is open to new gigs but refuses to take on any jobs opening for other acts. Her manager, Susie Myerson (Alex Borstein), spends the majority of the eight episodes trying to convince Midge to not be so stubborn and reconsider her stance, to no avail.

It isn’t until the finale that Midge has the sense knocked into her by none other than Lenny Bruce (Luke Kirby), who, shortly after they finally have sex, criticizes her decision to turn down a high-profile gig opening for Tony Bennett at the Copacabana and accuses her of committing intentional career sabotage.

“Ninety percent of this game is how they see you. They see you hanging with Tony Bennett, they think you deserve to be there. They see you hauled off to jail for saying ‘fuck’ at a strip club, they think you deserve that also,” Bruce tells Midge after his iconic Carnegie Hall act. “If you blow this, Midge,” he concludes, fighting back tears. “You will break my fucking heart.”
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admin - Feb 16, 2022
Rachel Brosnahan: Gets the Last Laugh

Rachel Brosnahan has seen a lot in her 13 years in New York. But it wasn’t until recently that she considered herself a real
New Yorker.

A week before Christmas, Brosnahan, 31, received a call from a friend who had swung by her apartment and discovered an unexpected guest in her bathroom: a deceased, water-logged rat who had climbed up her pipes and drowned in her toilet. Traumatized, Brosnahan and her husband, actor Jason Ralph, rushed home to assess the situation. “We felt like the Ghostbusters walking into that apartment,” Brosnahan says over a Zoom call weeks later. Brosnahan, who decided she would be the one to fish out the rat, went into crisis mode: She put back on her black KN95 mask, slapped on some blue surgical gloves, fashioned a pair of “rat chopsticks” from two wooden sticks and got down to business, as her husband recorded the whole operation for TikTok. Of course, it went viral. “People were so mad at me for not showing the rat,” says Brosnahan, who put a GIF from Pixar’s “Ratatouille” over the real dead rat. “What? It was traumatizing. Nobody wants to see that, and I’m not about to put that on anyone’s For You page.”

While Brosnahan considers exterminating a drowned rat from her toilet as her rite of passage as a New Yorker, many would consider her role as Midge in “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”— Amazon’s Emmy-winning comedy series about a fast-talking, uproarious housewife-turned-stand-up-comedian from Manhattan’s Upper West Side—as her official New York badge of pride. “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” which premieres its fourth season on February 18, follows Midge’s career, from her first off-the-cuff standup routine at the Gaslight Cafe in season one to her big break as the opening act for one of America’s most beloved Motown singers (and the fallout that comes next) in season three. While Brosnahan sees some similarities between her and Midge’s careers (“Midge and I both learn by doing”), she admits it took her a lot longer than a couple seasons to become the award-winning actor she is today. “Midge may have had a slightly more overnight success,” she says.
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admin - Feb 12, 2022
Rachel Brosnahan and Luke Kirby Talk Chemistry In Season 4 of ‘Maisel’

Actors Rachel Brosnahan and Luke Kirby join Hoda and Jenna on TODAY to talk about the new season of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” highlighting their chemistry on and off screen.

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The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

SEASON 4
Rachel as Miriam 'Midge' Maisel
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Set in the 1950s, Miriam "Midge" Maisel is a content wife and mother whose perfect life takes a sudden turn when she discovers an unknown talent -- stand-up comedy.
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THE COURIER
Rachel as Emily Donovan
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Cold War spy Greville Wynne and his Russian source try to put an end to the Cuban Missile Crisis.

DEAD FOR A DOLLAR
Rachel as Rachel Price
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The film follows a famed bounty hunter who runs into his sworn enemy, a professional gambler and outlaw that he had sent to prison years before.

HELEN & TEACHER
Rachel as Anne Sullivan
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Follows Keller's tumultuous time at Radcliffe College at Harvard University when her rapidly expanding worldview and sexual awakening brings her into direct conflict with the conservative Sullivan.
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