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Happy 32nd Birthday, Ellen! / Lionsgate releases first official trailer for »My Days of Mercy«

Please join us in wishing Ellen Page a Happy 32nd Birthday! On this special day, we wish her all the very best and all the joy she can ever have. May she be blessed generously today, tomorrow and the days to come! May her birthday and every day be filled with the warmth of sunshine, the happiness of smiles, the sounds of laughter, the feeling of love and the sharing of good cheer.

Happy 32nd Birthday

As a special treat we have the first official trailer of »My Days of Mercy«, which will be released on Digital and On Demand on April 5, 2019 by Lionsgate at Home (US only), and the crazy amount of 78 series stills as well as 13 production stills from »The Umbrella Academy« for you. Beware, some images contain minor spoilers! Besides, we would like to mention that Ellen is featured on one of the four covers of Gay Times's current issue 493.



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Date: 02/21/2019 - 09:42:46 Posted by Dominik
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Ellen Page goes on promotion tour for »The Umbrella Academy« in Poland, the U.K., the U.S. and Canada

After her fulminant appearance on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", Ellen Page kicked off the extensive promotion tour for »The Umbrella Academy« in the Polish capital on February 4. There, she chatted with several journalists at the Raffles Europejski hotel and visited the local radio stations Trójka (PR3) and Czwórka (PR4) for interviews. However, the highlight in this context was without a doubt the conversation in the "mobile studio" of "Onet Rano" which was broadcasted live from a car driving around the city of Warsaw. Ellen, who admitted being in Poland for the first time ever, also got a little sightseeing tour in a relaxed atmosphere this way.


On that Thursday she met up with the rest of the main cast for the British premiere screening of the Netflix series held at Curzon Cinema Mayfair in London. During the stay Page appeared on BBC Radio 6 and BBC Radio 5 Live, where she talked about "The Umbrella Academy" and took the opportunity to recap the recent events such as her statement against US Vice President Mike Pence for opposing gay marriage. Fortunately, the Canadian actress were able to take breaks between the many appointments and got the chance to visit FC Liverpool's Anfield stadium for example. Despite their tight schedule, Ellen and co-star Mary J. Blige even attended the 72nd annual British Academy Film Awards and presented the prize for Best Supporting Actress to Rachel Weisz for her role in the royal drama "The Favourite".


The third stop on this journey was the mandatory US premiere held at ArcLight Hollywood on February 12, where Ellen was accompanied by her good friend and »Whip It« co-star Alia Shawkat. On the next day she popped by the PopBuzz studio to discuss her the new Netflix series, working with creator Gerard Way on the set and the possibility of a second season. From there she headed for Toronto to face another busy day which included appearances on "Your Morning" and "Breakfast Television Toronto", interviews with media outlets such as The Canadian Press - which gave the Haligonian the chance to talk about her efforts to amplify the voices of marginalized communities in Nova Scotia who are disproportionately impacted by environmental hazards - and the Canadian premiere at TIFF Bell Lightbox in the evening.

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Just one day later Page was already back in the United States and sat down with her namesake on "The Ellen Show" to speak out on issues close to her heart, like LGBTQ rights and the environment, and open up about first connecting with her now-wife Emma Portner on Instagram as well as playing a superhero once again. At this point, we want to mention that we really did our best to keep up with all videos and podcasts showing up since the beginning of this month. You can find some of them embedded in this post with the rest being shared on our YouTube playlist as well as the audio section of this website. Feel free to get in touch with us if we missed something or you believe there's some stuff which should be a part of the collection.


Finally, we would like to note that Ellen was featured on the covers of UK's The Observer Magazine and Balance Magazine. While both issues come with in-depth articles and images from dedicated photoshoots, self-made scans have been added to our gallery for your reading pleasure in the meanwhile!

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Date: 02/17/2019 - 19:39:14 Posted by Dominik
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Ellen Page slams Trump administration's anti-LGBTQ policies on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Past Thursday night, Ellen Page made an appearance on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," which would resonate with the audience for some time afterward. The Canadian actress was ostensibly on the show to promote her upcoming Netflix series »The Umbrella Academy«, but within minutes, the entire conversation took a completely unexpected and emotional turn. It all started with a harmless joke about Ellen being short, the mention of her first wedding anniversary and the question if Hollywood's attitudes towards the LGBT community have gotten better since her public coming out on February 14, 2014. She responded that while things have improved, "we need to hurry up. It's not cutting it."


Directly after host Stephen Colbert commiserated with his female guest over the effects of global warming, wondering how they could "get the public and the media to pay more attention to what's happening." He added, "There's such a long time span," that people didn't feel it was an immediate threat. "Is it that long?" Page said skeptically while Colbert argued that "until the water started swamping Manhattan, or just washes away Mar-a-Lago," the public and media wouldn't take it seriously. "You don't want to think such terrible things are going to happen!" he joked. The actress, who is involved in many environmental causes herself, blamed "environmental racism" saying that "people of color" do nothing to cause global warming but are disproportionately affected by it. "This is happening and it's happening to the most marginalized people and we need to be talking about it!" she urged. If that wasn't provocative enough, Page then predicted the date the world was going to end: "It's really serious. We've been told, as we know it, that by 2030, the world as we know it, that's it. That's it! If it was a movie, we'd have Bruce Willis in a suit, like talking about something — please cast me," she gushed while concluding the thought with the words "Please, Amy Adams, save us" as a reference to Denis Villeneuve's acclaimed 2016 science fiction film "Arrival". "Talking about it," Page continued, should not include debates about whether climate change is a real thing. "The urgency is so severe, and yet we have a media that's barely talking about it,” she said. “We have a media that's saying it's a debate whether or not what just happened to Jussie Smollett is a hate crime. It's absurd! This shit isn't a debate."

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

“Sorry, I'm, like, really fired up tonight," she sheepishly apologized before proceeding with a statement against the current policies of the US government. "It feels impossible not to feel this way right now with the president and the vice president Mike Pence, who wishes I could not be married, let's just be clear. The vice president of America wishes I didn't have the love with my wife. He wanted to ban that in Indiana, he believes in conversion therapy, he has hurt LGBTQ people so badly as the governor of Indiana." From there, she connected the dots between what happened to out gay actor Jussie Smollett — who, according to the local police department, was attacked early Tuesday morning in Chicago by two men yelling out "racial and homophobic slurs," pouring an "unknown chemical substance" on him, and wrapping a rope around his neck — and the effect having anti-LGBTQ+ politicians in charge has on the culture at large. "If you are in a position of power and you hate people, and you want to cause suffering to them, you go through the trouble, you spend your career trying to cause suffering, what do you think is going to happen? Kids are going to be abused and they're gonna kill themselves, and people are going to be beaten on the street,” she said, clearly holding back tears. "I have traveled the world and I have met the most marginalized people you could meet," she referred to her own VICELAND show »Gaycation«, on which she traveled to countries around the world, investigating how they each treat LGBTQ+ people. "I am lucky to have this time and the privilege to say this. This needs to fucking stop."

Her remarkable and powerful speech was not only met with applause and cheers from the audience in the studio, but also picked up by the press and shared by many supporters including acting colleagues such as Mark Ruffalo and Julianne Moore within just a few hours. In addition, #EllenPage was trending on Twitter, meaning thousands of people were mentioning the actress in their tweets. Here's hoping for a sustainable effect of her plea and that it will stay in people's minds for a long time to come.

Twitter - Mark Ruffalo - 4:19 PM - 1 Feb 2019

Twitter - Julianne Moore - 2:53 AM - 2 Feb 2019

+++ Update 02/24/2019 +++

After weeks of conflicting reports, moving interviews and rumors, the Chicago Police Department has presented the results of its investigation into the alleged hate-fueled assault of actor Jussie Smollett. As the Chicago Tribune reports, Chicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson revealed that Smollett faked a threatening, homophobic letter before paying $3,500 to Abel and Ola Osundairo, brothers who had previously worked on Empire, to stage the attack because he was dissatisfied with his salary on the Fox series. The scratches and bruises on Smollett's face were "self-inflicted" and he "took advantage of the pain and anger of racism to promote his career," Johnson added. "It's shameful. It's just despicable...It makes you wonder what’s going on in someone’s mind to be able to do something like that. I just wish that the families of gun violence in this city got this much attention." While investigations are still ongoing, there was no further statement from Ellen Page on this case so far.

+++ Update 02/27/2019 +++

Ellen wrote an op-ed published on February 27 to remind the world that - regardless of whether actor Jussie Smollett staged a racist and homophobic attack against himself - hate violence against members of marginalized communities is very real. "We, as LGBTQ+ people, are forced to fear for our safety because instances of hate violence... happen. They happen to us all the time," the actress and LGBTQ activist mentioned in a guest column for The Hollywood Reporter. "I had no reason to doubt Jussie," Page continued, adding that through her recent work on her TV docuseries »Gaycation« she has met many survivors of hate crimes.
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Finally, we have some new photos from the recent press conference for »The Umbrella Academy« held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles on January 27, 2019. To our knowledge, it was the first event of this kind with animalistic support. And, with respect to our previous news update, we would like to mention that we eventually found some photos of Ellen attending the New York Film Critics Circle Awards.

The Umbrella Academy Press Conference

2018 New York Film Critics Circle Awards


Date: 02/02/2019 - 17:07:28 Posted by dominik
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Netflix releases the official trailer for »The Umbrella Academy« / Ellen presents "Best Director" at the NYFCC Awards

Netflix has released the official trailer as well as 17 new stills for its upcoming »The Umbrella Academy« series, which is set to launch on February 15, 2019!



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For the sake of completeness, we would like to mention that Ellen Page presented the award for "Best Director" to Alfonso Cuaron for »Roma« at the 84th New York Film Critics Circle Awards on January 7. The black-and-white 1970s-set film dominated the evening with also winning "Best Film" and "Best Cinematography". Apart from the photo taken from Ellen's Instagram story feed below, we unfortunately weren't able to find any further images or video footage from this event.

Alfonso Cuaron and Ellen at the NYCCA 2018
(Source: Instagram @ellenpage)


Date: 01/22/2019 - 21:36:04 Posted by dominik
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Netflix debuts the first teaser trailer for »The Umbrella Academy« / Ellen Page appears on 1 on 1 with Kristian Harloff

Netflix has finally released the first teaser trailer for its upcoming »The Umbrella Academy« series, which is set to launch on February 15, 2019!


Meanwhile, Ellen also announced the other cast members of the "Casablanca" live read on December 13, who will include »Flatliners« costar Kiersey Clemons, Australian comedian and writer Hannah Gadsby, Canadian film and television actress Emily Hampshire, as well as American actresses Indya Moore and Olivia Wilde. Tickets and further information are available on www.astraeafoundation.org.

At the same time, Ellen appeared on the December 3, 2018 episode of "1 on 1 with Kristian Harloff" where she talks to the host about how she got her career started in Canada. She speaks about some of the experiences she's had on set working with such notable directors like Jason Reitman and Christopher Nolan and promotes her live stage readings benefiting ASTRAEA for the LGTBQI community. And that's only a small sample of what gets covered in this illuminating, honest, and fun interview.



Date: 12/09/2018 - 17:30:17 Posted by Dominik
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