A stunning photo shoot of Sam for Flaunt Magazine has been released. As always, Sam looks absolutely incredible in all of the gorgeous photos in this brooding shoot, some with him staring intensely into the camera and others more serene and relaxed.
All photos via samclaflin.org
According to Variety, Sam is currently in negotiations to star alongside Rachel Weisz in the film adaptation of My Cousin Rachel. The film is based on the novel of the same name by Daphne Du Maurier and was originally released back in 1952 when it starred Richard Burton and Olivia De Havilland.
Sam is asked some questions in a fun interview in the November 2015 issue of Total Film Magazine. We have transcribed the interview below & also posted a scan. Please credit us if using our scan or transcription.
Film quotes pose as questions. Film stars try to cope. In the crosshairs this month: Sam Claflin.
TF – You talkin’ to me?
SC – Yes…I do enjoy the interview process. It’s something that I’d heard horror stories about. Someone going, ‘You’ve got a week of junketing? Oh, gutted.’ But I find it surprisingly easy, It keeps me off the streets.
Aspiring Fashion Editor Edwin J Exaus tweeted this brilliant photo of him & Sam behind the scenes on Sam’s shoot for the Denim Issue of Men’s Health USA Magazine.
As soon as we can get hold of the magazine we will post scans so keep checking back with us!
A couple of weeks after tweeting that he was starting filming, it looks like Sam is hard at work on his new film Their Finest Hour and a Half alongside co-star Gemma Arterton. The Daily Mail have posted photos from the set which show Sam and Gemma’s characters in what seems to be a highly charged scene. Sam looked amazing in typically period 1940’s attire to play Buckley, including a pair of round spectacles along with a smart three piece suit.
Their Finest Hour and a Half is directed by The Riot Club director Lone Scherfig and is based on the novel of the same name by Lissa Evans.
On September 8th Sam attended the GQ Men Of The Year Awards at the Royal Opera House in Central London. As always, he looked impeccable, wearing a three piece tuxedo with a bow tie. He is also still sporting his lovely moustache as part of his role in Their Finest Hour and a Half which he is currently filming.
You can find all the lovely photos HERE
Sam was chosen as cover star for Men’s Health Magazine’s bi annual supplement Urban Active. Along with some absolutely stunning new photographs of our favourite guy there is also this amazing interview which we have transcribed below. Please credit us if you are using our scans or transcription.
Post-apocalyptic life looks remarkably mundane to 29-year-old Sam Claflin. “I just got back from my parents’ place in Norfolk”, says the Brit actor. “Waking up to the bin men driving up the street kind of puts it all into perspective.”
Perspective is useful when you’re coming off the back of a dystopian pop-culture phenomenon like The Hunger Games, in which Claflin plays trident-wielding tribute Finnick Odair. The final instalment – Mockingjay Part 2 – hits cinemas in November. In case you’ve mistakenly written it off as Twilight-lite, the series of young adult novels turned film franchise combines a surprisingly sharp critique of social inequality and reality TV with surprisingly sharp weapons, as subjugated teenagers from poor districts are forced by their metropolitan overlords to fight to the death, Battle Royale-style, in the name of Saturday-night entertainment.
On September 4th a fan was lucky enough to bump into Sam in London! Sam was sporting a very fetching moustache as he has begun filming on his new project – the World War 2 romantic comedy Their Finest Hour and a Half. Suits you Sam!
Sam tweeted on September 3rd that he has begun filming his new project Their Finest Hour and a Half. He will star alongside Gemma Arterton & Bill Nighy in the wartime comedy which is being directed by The Riot Club director Lone Scherfig. And it appears he will be playing Buckley.
Synopsis – A romantic comedy with a difference set in the early 1940s, the film combines the quick-fire repartee of a screwball battle of the sexes infused with the reality of filmmaking under threat of invasion and London in the Blitz. It is described as “a witty, warm-hearted and moving portrayal of a young woman screenwriter finding her way in matters of life, death and the heart.”
The book by Lissa Evans on which the film is based is available to buy from Amazon.
We wish Sam the very best of luck with filming & we cannot wait to see the finished film!