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A Discovery of Witches,  Teresa Palmer and Matthew Goode have all made the long list for National Television Awards.  Vote now!  Link below.


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Posted by britgirl on May 26th, 2022 under A Discovery of Witches, TV Projects, Uncategorized with 0 Comments

Matthew has been giving interviews to promote ‘The Offer’ and several have been added to the media pages today.  We will add more as they are posted.

Posted by britgirl on April 24th, 2022 under The Offer, TV Projects, Uncategorized with 0 Comments

Matthew is 44 today, April 3rd, 2022.   We hope he has a happy day.

Posted by britgirl on April 3rd, 2022 under Uncategorized with 0 Comments

Matthew participated in a panel about ‘The Offer’ as part of the Television Critics Association virtual winter event on 1st February.




Matthew Goode tells us about playing Producer Robert Evans.

Goode: “I would suggest that Bob Evans was pretty well known. I found it quite terrifying when Dexter and Nikki gave me the job. I felt a lot better when I was doing my scenes with Marlon Brando (Justin Chambers). That actually gave me a lot of comfort. I was like, ‘I’m up against him, but let’s see what you’ve got pal!’. There’s an awful lot you can find on the internet. As Bob himself said, ‘There’s always your version, the other person’s version and then the truth.’. Even just the foreword of his book by Peter Bart, there’s a really interesting idea to play a character we don’t really know much about, which I thought Josh (Zuckerman) did brilliantly. Even in the foreword it gives you quite a bit of information. I found out a lot by talking to people in Hollywood and they’d go, ‘Hey, he used to go to the same hairdresser as me, this, that and the other…’. All the stories, considering there’s a lot of contentious stuff about his history, most of these people would say ‘He was the nicest, he was the kindest, he was the most generous’, and perhaps his downfall was due to his more angel side than his darker side.”.



Alex Zalben from ‘Decider’ also tweeted from the session:-

Posted by britgirl on February 9th, 2022 under The Offer, TV Projects, Uncategorized with 0 Comments

Entertainment weekly have published the first picture of Matthew Goode in his new movie – ‘Silent Night’ 


From the start, Silent Night is jarringly upfront about what it intends to do with its starry cast: Kill them. All of them. No, really; that’s in the second sentence of the official plot description. But the why of it all is a jolly mystery weathered with wild energy by an expert crop of actors who, whether sharing secrets around a grim Christmas dinner table or drunkenly dancing away their final moments as friends and family, work through mutual joys and shared demons with endearing vigor that makes parting with them a bittersweet sorrow.   [EW]

Posted by britgirl on September 10th, 2021 under Movie Projects, Silent Night, Uncategorized with 0 Comments

A new article has been added to the press archive

First trailer for Downton Abbey star Matthew Goode’s new movie The Duke

And it looks absolutely wonderful.

Downton Abbey star Matthew Goode is fighting for justice in the wonderful first trailer for new movie The Duke.

Based on an extraordinary true story, The Duke follows 60-year-old taxi driver Kempton Bunton who stole Goya’s portrait of the Duke of Wellington from London’s National Gallery in 1961.

It marked the first – and still only – theft in the Gallery’s history, and Kempton proceeded to send ransom notes declaring that he’d only return the painting if the government invested more in care for the elderly.

jim broadbent, the duke

Kempton was specifically interested in his long-running campaign for pensioners to receive free television – but it took 50 years for the full story to emerge and it was revealed he had spun a web of lies.

The only truth was that he was a good man, determined to change the world and save his marriage to Dorothy Bunton, and The Duke tells the story of how and why he used the painting to do just that.

Directed by Roger Michell (Notting Hill), the movie stars acting legends Jim Broadbent and Helen Mirren in the roles of Kempton and Dorothy, with Goode playing Jeremy Hutchinson, the barrister who defended Kempton in 1965.

matthew goode in the duke
The Duke received its world premiere at last year’s Venice Film Festival where it received widespread critical acclaim, currently standing at the coveted 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.

After we see him in The Duke, Goode will be reprising his role as Henry Talbot in the eagerly-awaited Downton Abbey 2. The sequel is filming right now and will be released in cinemas this Christmas.

He’ll also be seen in another movie based on true events in Sky original movie The Colour Room, alongside Bridgerton‘s Phoebe Dynevor.

The Duke is released in UK cinemas on September 3.

Posted by britgirl on May 28th, 2021 under Uncategorized with 0 Comments

Matthew Goode has always been very clear that he does not want to participate in social media but for a very short time last weekend he opened a Twitter account [verified by Steven Cree].

Matthew Goode’s Brief Encounter with Twitter. This is hilarious. Matthew had a few drinks and joined Twitter - for a very brief time.  Obviously we can’t rule out a ‘fake’ but whoever it was they know Matthew really well so it could be a family...


Thank you to @adow-trash on Tumblr for passing on all of his messages –


Matthew changed his @ to goodey101 shortly after his initial tweet to Steven Cree.


Sadly Matthew deleted his account after gaining over a thousand followers in record time!   It was fun while it lasted.

Thanks to @adow-trash for the screen grabs.

Posted by britgirl on May 19th, 2021 under Uncategorized with 0 Comments
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