Congratulations, Jamie Bell and Evan Rachel Wood!

The True Blood actress, 25, and the Billy Elliot star, 26, got married in California on Oct. 30, a rep for Wood confirms exclusively to Us Weekly.

The couple tied the knot in a small ceremony with close family and friends. The bride wore a custom Chantilly lace mermaid gown by Carolina Herrera with capped-sleeves and striped ribbon waist detail. “I am so happy for Evan, she is a timeless beauty and her gown in Chantilly lace captures this perfectly,” Herrera tells Us.

Bell popped the question to Wood in early 2012.

The pair met in 2005 as costars in Green Day’s “Wake Me Up When September Ends” music video. They began dating, and even got matching tattoos back in 2006. Though they called it quits after one year together, they reunited in summer of 2011.

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Collider’s interview with Jamie Bell

With Man on a Ledge coming out in theatres soon, Collider sat down with two of the film’s stars, Jamie Bell and Genesis Rodriguez, for an interview about the film.

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Jamie Bell on the set of “Filth”

Apologies for the lack of updates around here. Anyway, I have added some photos of Jamie Bell on the set of his upcoming film, Filth.

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Vanity Fair: Tintin Type

Vanity Fair recently published a great article on Jamie Bell. See below:

A foundation in dance is not a bad thing for an actor. Back in the day, at New York City’s Neighborhood Playhouse, the likes of Gregory Peck, Eli Wallach, Joanne Woodward, and Marian Seldes took classes from America’s high priestess of modern dance, Martha Graham. “The body says what words cannot,” Graham decreed, and she was right. Case in point: Jamie Bell. As a dance-trained youngster, he leapt to stardom with his role in the 2000 film Billy Elliot, poignant as the shy boy with jug ears who loves to dance. He won that year’s BAFTA Award for best actor—at 14!

Shortly thereafter, young Bell met with Steven Spielberg, who was planning to make a live-action movie based on the beloved Belgian comic-book series “The Adventures of Tintin.” Although the project didn’t move forward, Bell did, working on other movies with major filmmakers—Peter Jackson, Clint Eastwood, and Spielberg among them. And then The Adventures of Tintin caught up with Bell. Spielberg and Jackson came together and decided the film should be animated, using performance-capture technology as part of the process. Bell was called to New Zealand to have a go at the new technology, and was again offered the role. “The character’s a very physical one,” he says. “So because of my dance background there was something about that kind of expression in me that I think they were looking for.”

Meanwhile, in the live-action thriller Man on a Ledge, to be released a month after Tintin, look for the dance moves Bell throws into the mix. He has not outgrown Billy—or those charming ears.

Source: Vanity Fair

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Jamie Bell on New.Music.Live

Some days ago, Jamie Bell visited New.Music.Live at the MuchMusic HQ, and photos from the event have been added to the gallery.

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