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admin / Fri, Aug 11, 2023
‘The White Lotus’ Star Theo James on Playing a Despicable Character: “You Need to Find Pieces of the Person That You Enjoy and Like”

The actor also notes showrunner Mike White’s writing helped him find his character’s humanity: “He can boil us down to our most animalistic urges.”

Theo James was in a London park when he learned he was nominated for his first Emmy for his role as chaotic finance bro Cameron on HBO’s The White Lotus, and when the British actor got on the phone with THR, he hadn’t yet had a chance to talk to any of his co-stars — many of whom were also nominated. Overall, The White Lotus racked up 23 nominations during the July 12 announcement.

That was his plan after he hung up. “I’m going to try to get a hold of people, and then I think I’m going to have a drink,” he says. “An alcoholic drink. I haven’t chosen which one.” The next stop? Reading Julia Donaldson’s book Room on the Broom to his daughter. “That’s probably what I’ll be doing,” he adds. “A drink and then a children’s story.”

In this season of Mike White’s saga of rich folks in beautiful settings and their petty problems, James’ Cameron and Meghann Fahy’s Daphne are the gorgeous and toxically happy couple who corrupt Will Sharpe and Aubrey Plaza’s more miserable and measured pair. For James, playing Cameron meant finding himself liking a horrible person.

What was your reaction to the nom?

It’s very, very exciting. I just got a call from Mikey Boy as well, and he’s calling everyone and congratulating [them]. It’s a lot down to his writing, obviously. I’m very happy for everyone else in the show, as well.

Sorry, did you just call Mike White “Mikey Boy”?

(Laughs.) Yeah.

Can you talk a little bit about the journey that Cameron took you on? How did the acting of it surprise you throughout the process?

I mean, it was definitely a process because I needed to frame him in a way in which I liked him myself. If you need to play someone convincing, even if it’s the most abhorrent person, you need to find pieces of the person in yourself. You need to find pieces of the person that you enjoy and like. He was funny in a way because I ended up liking him or convincing myself that I liked him — so much that when I was watching the show, I was reminded of what an abhorrent person he was. I was like, “No, but he’s a great guy. He may do terrible things, but he’s effusive and charming and he loves people around him.” But in a way he’s part sociopath, because he’s bent on disruption. That’s his kind of main thing. He gets off on disrupting everyone around him.
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admin / Fri, Aug 11, 2023
UNHCR High Profile Supporter Theo James calls for sustained funding support for Jordan

Theo James, actor, producer, and High-Profile Supporter of UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, has just returned from Jordan, where he met with refugees in the Azraq Refugee Camp and in urban areas in the capital Amman. Jordan hosts the second-highest share of refugees per capita worldwide. It is also one of the countries most affected by the Syrian crisis, hosting over 650,000 Syrian refugees registered with UNHCR. Despite Jordan’s efforts to ensure refugees are included in health care, education, and – for Syrians – in the labour market, it cannot bear the brunt of this cost alone. Sustained funding for refugees of all nationalities in Jordan is required to avoid a humanitarian crisis.

In his role as High Profile Supporter, Theo met with Syrian refugees to discuss the long-term impact of displacement on people who have now been refugees for over 12 years. Reflecting on his trip, Theo said: “The scars of war are not always visible, but there is also an enormous sustained impact. For many, despair is setting in, as they have lost their jobs and cannot provide for their families; others have taken on extremely high debts and face the threat of being evicted. It is as if they were carrying the weight of the world on their shoulders. All this while trying to cope with the trauma of war and loss.”

Theo went onto say:

“During World War II, my grandfather worked for the UN in Greece and was forced to flee from Athens to Damascus, Syria. It highlights that anyone can become a refugee at any time and without the solidarity of the Syrian people my family would not have found safety “

UNHCR is struggling to fund its activities in Jordan for 2023. As a result of projected funding challenges for the refugee response in Jordan, UNHCR had already reduced its programme when planning for 2023. Refugee children are at heightened risk of missing out on school, good nutrition, child abuse, violence, neglect, child marriage and child labour. At the same time, refugee women and girls also face a major risk of gender-based violence.

UNHCR is responding to more emergencies than ever. Only in 2022, thirty-five new emergencies were declared, while others –such as Syria- have not gone away. The mounting global threats and diminishing humanitarian budgets widen the gap between available resources and needs. UNHCR calls for more solidarity from the donor community, as countries with the most limited economic means host the most displaced people and need more help. People can find out more about UNHCR’s work with Syrian refugees and donate at: www.unrefugees.org.uk

Theo James has supported UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, since 2016. He has travelled to Greece to learn about UNHCR´s work and the situation of refugees. In 2016, there were 170,000 new refugee arrivals in Greece. He also travelled to Strasbourg to reunite with Housan, one of the refugees he met in Greece, to learn how he was resettling in France. [Source]

admin / Fri, Jun 30, 2023
Theo James at the Paris Fashion Week

Theo James attends the Loewe Menswear Spring/Summer 2024 show as part of Paris Fashion Week on June 24, 2023 in Paris. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos and enjoy!

admin / Fri, Jun 23, 2023
Theo James & Brett Goldstein | Actors on Actors

In their Actors on Actors conversation, Theo James (‘The White Lotus’) and Brett Goldstein (‘Ted Lasso’) talk improvising and working behind the camera. Theo talks about developing Cameron and Daphne’s relationship and portraying a dynamic that differs from “standardized monogamy.” Brett opens up about the ‘Ted Lasso’ writers room and how a dinner led to Harrison Ford joining the cast of ‘Shrinking.’

admin / Fri, Jun 23, 2023
‘White Lotus’ Stars Theo James, Will Sharpe on the Show’s Themes of Jealousy, Rivalry and Toxic Masculinity

The two actors also tell THR about their characters’ suspicions of cheating and that final confrontation in the ocean.

In Mike White’s The White Lotus, Will Sharpe and Theo James play Ethan and Cameron, friends from college who go on a lavish vacation to Sicily, Italy, with their wives, Harper (Aubrey Plaza) and Daphne (Meghann Fahy). It’s all fun and games, until jealousy, rivalry and male egos come into play — and for James and Sharpe, the underlying themes and the depth of the storyline are exactly what enticed them about the show. The two actors speak to THR about their characters’ competition and suspicions of cheating, and their final confrontation in an ocean fight scene.

What interested you about each of your characters?

WILL SHARPE The quality of the writing, the opportunity to work with Mike and the brilliant cast and crew. But in the case of Ethan, what was exciting was also challenging. How he was this enigma at the beginning and by the end he does get quite explosive, but for much of the series, he’s mysterious and almost like a human question mark.

THEO JAMES Mike’s grasp on his own genre that he’s carved out — it’s both humorous and philosophical and reflective of social and economic problems. All of that is so ripe and really interesting. In terms of Cameron, I felt like I’ve met those people before in various stages of my life — repugnant versions of them. I liked that he was quite villainous. I was interested in playing that side of him, but the challenge was trying to make him as vaguely charming or empathetic in the guise of someone who’s quite toxic and manipulative, and make him as warm as possible within the gambit of that fairly toxic [group].

How did you step into that “villainous” role?

JAMES He says some fairly outrageous things, but he’s not too highly judgmental of people around him. I always thought Cameron, in his warped, strange, fucked-up way, really loves Ethan even though he’s willing to sabotage, gaslight and manipulate him. He’s competitive and jealous of him in various ways.
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admin / Fri, Jun 23, 2023
Brett Goldstein and Theo James on ‘The White Lotus’ Blurring Reality and Being ‘F—ing Insane’ for Juggling ‘Ted Lasso’ and ‘Shrinking’ at Once

On their latest shows, Brett Goldstein and Theo James have created characters who unpeel deeper truths beyond their hunky appearances. Goldstein, who’s won two Emmys for portraying soccer player and coach Roy Kent on “Ted Lasso,” returned for the Apple TV+ comedy’s third season. (He’s also a co-creator and writer on “Shrinking,” about a therapist played by Jason Segel.) James joined the second season of HBO’s “The White Lotus,” set in Italy and from creator Mike White, as a chiseled, privileged vacationer.

THEO JAMES: How did you end up writing for “Ted Lasso”?

BRETT GOLDSTEIN: I’d done a pilot for Bill Lawrence. The pilot didn’t get picked up, but we stayed in touch, and he knew I was a writer as well as an actor. When people ask me for advice, I’m always like, there’s no magic phone call. It doesn’t happen. But I did get a magic phone call here, from Bill, out of the blue, saying, “I think you’d be good for this football show.”

How much of “White Lotus” did you have when you started?

JAMES: When I auditioned for it, there was only a pilot. Mike writes really fast. It did change a bit, but the DNA didn’t change much. Mike knows what he wants, but he also lets you improvise and mix around the scene a little bit.

GOLDSTEIN: You’ve got to be very careful with that. We’re very strict on “Ted Lasso.” You have to be clear on what’s the emotion of the scene. You can’t just go and, oh, improvise about toast for five minutes. It might be funny. You won’t use any of it. You’re playing a character that we, as an audience, view through other characters. We’re playing this game of “Is he a bad guy? Is he a good guy?” Were there things you discussed?

JAMES: Yeah, it’s a tricky one. Because in certain scenes he’s so duplicitous or villainous or just a massive dickhead, but that’s boring on its own, so you want him to be as likable within that framework. To me, I liked him as a character and as a person, even though I saw that he’s clearly manipulative, toxic, potentially a sociopath the way he interacts around people.

GOLDSTEIN: Do you think your marriage in “The White Lotus” is a good marriage?
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admin / Thu, Jun 8, 2023
New scans and shoot of Theo James

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admin / Thu, Jun 8, 2023
Meghann Fahy and Theo James Tell All on Their Twisted ‘White Lotus’ Love Story: They’re ‘Cut From the Same Cloth’

Theo James has been asked ad nauseam about his prosthetic penis in “The White Lotus,” and Meghann Fahy is starting to feel left out. “Nobody ever asks me about my prosthetic,” she says with a laugh.

When the two reunite over Zoom to discuss their roles, they’re perfectly in sync and often answer questions in unison, evoking their characters’ deliciously duplicitous cat-and- mouse relationship.

In the second season of Mike White’s hit HBO drama, they star as cunning finance businessman Cameron and chipper stay-at-home-mom Daphne, who are vacationing with strait-laced couple Ethan and Harper (Will Sharpe and Aubrey Plaza, respectively). After engaging in the world’s most elaborate “Wife Swap” plot, they depart Sicily as loved-up as ever — and perhaps rubbing off on their friends.

Along with the rest of the cast, Fahy and James earned a SAG Award in February for ensemble in a drama, on a night they both describe as “really special” — well, from what they can recall. “Me and Meghann were four martinis in at that point, so we barely remember,” James laughs. “Negronis,” Fahy corrects. “But yes, four of them.”

Despite all the deception and infidelity, are Cameron and Daphne really right for each other?

Meghann Fahy: I think they’re actually happy. I have to imagine that there’s some part of Daphne that enjoys it. There were very few things that Mike was really specific about with us at the beginning, and one of them was that the truth behind their love and affection and the way that they play with each other were very real for both of them. To me, that was the only thing I really needed to know moving forward about the relationship: the genuine enjoyment that they both have for the other person.

Theo James: Because it’s fairly opaque — each character’s intentions and motivations — you have to anchor yourselves to those bits and pieces. And for me, it was always that when Cameron comes back, he says, “I missed you. Don’t ever leave me. I love you.” It’s playful, but what it means is that he’s driven to the sex, to pushing the boundaries, sure, by a piece of his animalism.

But he’s also driven it there out of insecurity, as often is the case with toxic masculinity: deep insecurity in the foundations of his own personhood. He feels he needs to do this to be powerful. In reality, when he comes back to the person that he loves, and safety and home, all he wants to say is, “That shit is now history, and it kind of makes me feel gross. And don’t leave me again because you made me fall into the hands of the devil.” Which is also very manipulative in its own way.
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admin / Thu, Jun 1, 2023
‘Actors on Actors’ Season 18 Features Theo James

Variety’s Actors on Actors series is back for its 18th season, featuring some of the biggest stars in this year’s TV Emmys race. The series will debut on PBS SoCal on Thursday, January 15th, at 8:00 pm, followed by encores on KCET and public television stations across the country and the WORLD Channel. All episodes will also be available to stream on pbssocal.org and the free PBS App following their premieres.

The conversations between actors will start airing on Tuesday, June 6th, on Variety.com and its social media channels. The Actors on Actors issue of Variety will hit newsstands on June 7th.

This year’s lineup includes Katherine Heigl from “Firefly Lane” with Ellen Pompeo from “Grey’s Anatomy,” Jeremy Allen White from “The Bear” with Jennifer Coolidge from “The White Lotus,” Ali Wong from “Beef” with Jason Segel from “Shrinking,” Jenna Ortega from “Wednesday” with Elle Fanning from “The Great,” Kieran Culkin from “Succession” with Claire Danes from “Fleishman Is in Trouble,” Melanie Lynskey from “Yellowjackets” with Natasha Lyonne from “Poker Face,” Brett Goldstein from “Ted Lasso” with Theo James from “The White Lotus,” Steven Yeun from “Beef” with Pedro Pascal from “The Last of Us,” Diego Luna from “Andor” with Hayden Christensen from “Obi-Wan Kenobi,” Meghann Fahy from “The White Lotus” with Elizabeth Olsen from “Love and Death,” Sheryl Lee Ralph from “Abbott Elementary” with Jennifer Garner from “The Last Thing He Told Me,” Brian Cox from “Succession” with Emily Blunt from “The English,” and Rachel Weisz from “Dead Ringers” with Taron Egerton from “Black Bird.”

“Variety Studio: Actors on Actors” won a Daytime Emmy Award in 2019, as well as the Los Angeles Area Emmy Award for best entertainment programming in 2015 and 2016. The series is produced by PBS SoCal in partnership with Variety Media, LLC.
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admin / Wed, May 10, 2023
Theo James To Star In Stephen King Adaptation ‘The Monkey’

Fresh off starring in Season 2 of HBO’s The White Lotus, Theo James has been set to lead horror movie The Monkey, based on the short story by Stephen King.

The team behind the buzzy project includes genre supremo James Wan, creator of the The Conjuring Universe and co-creator of the Saw and Insidious franchises.

Wan is producing with Atomic Monster partner Michael Clear (M3GAN), and C2 Motion Picture Group’s Jason Cloth (Joker) and Dave Caplan (Babylon). The supernatural story has been adapted for the screen by genre specialist Osgood Perkins (Longlegs), who also will direct.

Black Bear International is launching the project ahead of the Cannes market, where it will be among hot titles.

In The Monkey, when twin brothers Hal and Bill discover their father’s old monkey toy in the attic, a series of gruesome deaths starts occurring all around them. The brothers decide to throw the monkey away and move on with their lives, growing apart over the years. But when the mysterious deaths begin again, the brothers must reunite to find a way to destroy the monkey for good before it takes the lives of everyone close to them. Additional casting is underway.

Automatik’s Brian Kavanaugh-Jones (Insidious) and Fred Berger (La La Land), Chris Ferguson (Child’s Play) and Stars Collective’s Peter Luo and Nancy Xu will executive produce alongside John Friedberg (Greenland) for Black Bear International.

The project was developed with Atomic Monster and Stars Collective, with C2 Motion Picture Group coming on board to fully finance.
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