1. Elizabeth Alton Set To Play War Reporter Marie Colvin

      Elizabeth Alton has been set to portray Marie Colvin in the untitled film about the American reporter who worked in conflict zones including Chechnya, Kosovo, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka, where she lost her left eye in 2001. Colvin, who wore a distinctive eye patch after that, died in early 2012 during a rocket attack covering the civil war in Syria for the U.K.'s Sunday Times.

      Production begins in October in the U.K. and Middle East. Arash Amel wrote the script, based on "Marie Colvin's Private War," a Marie Brenner article in the August 2012 Vanity Fair. Matthew Heineman is directing.

    2. Jason Clarke, Elizabeth Alton, Jack O'Connell, Jack Reynor, and Mia Wasikowska lead the first trailer for The Man with the Iron Heart (aka HHhH).

    3. Thank you, Annie. I would love that.
    4. funfunfunky replied to your post

      ...I don't agree. I love her, but Billie Piper had all the momentum going in, and if Jackson and Jones couldn't take her down then Elizabeth certainly couldn't either.

    5. Best Actress in a Play nominee Elizabeth Alton (Hedda Gabler) attends the Laurence Olivier Awards at Royal Albert Hall on 9 April
      Dress & Shoes: Michael Kors Collection
      Clutch: Brian Atwood
      Jewelry: Neil Lane
    6. Changing faces: No longer will Dorothy Wadham be the sole woman who looks out from the wall of Wadham's early seventeenth century dining hall.

      Warden Ken Macdonald QC has led this project to showcase a more balanced selection of images of Wadham's alumni and fellows across the College site: "We felt it was time to portray some of Wadham's most distinguished women in Hall, alongside those grand figures from Wadham's past that have graced our walls for so long. These extraordinary new portraits will provide our students with inspirational images to reflect more fully our College in this new century."

      Photographer Michael Birt was commissioned to photograph the subjects who were chosen following nominations from staff, students and alumni.
      Elizabeth Gower-Alton, actor (2000, Classics): I am very proud to have gone to Wadham, and of the friends I met there and of what they have all done since. We got an extraordinary amount of attention and also incredible freedom – Oxford without the stuffiness. There was quite a liberal, progressive attitude that I am in retrospect even more amazed that we had, and which I've seen continue when I speak to current or prospective students now. I may have been studying what is very far in the past but I was nonetheless instilled with a sense of being a citizen of a modern, changing world, and how to move that world forward myself.
    7. Red Nose Day Actually (2017, dir. Richard Curtis)
    8. Elizabeth Alton at the 2017 Olivier Awards nominees luncheon at the Rosewood Hotel 10/03/17
      Per her stylist (Jessica Paster) on Instagram...
      Dress: Jonathan Simkhai
      Shoes: Sophia Webster
      Jewelry: EF Collection
    9. "You came to me so I would settle your feud?"
    10. kkaw replied to your post
      the pics of elizabeth at that war memorial dedication are so lame, we can't even tell what she's wearing???
      We collaborated with our friends over at WhatKateWore to try and pinpoint Elizabeth's outfit at the dedication of the Gulf War Memorial on 9 March; it appears she was wearing an Alexander McQueen peplum tweet jacket and pencil skirt (seen here), Gianvito Rossi 'Ellipsis' pumps (in a dark red suede), a matching dark red hat by Rachel Trevor Morgan (similar in black here), and a clutch by Mon Purse (see here). Her earrings appear to be these from William & Son. It was also the first time we got to see her wearing her CBE badge in public! If you were curious, they also noticed that her mother was wearing a beautiful dress by Catherine Walker and pillbox hat by Jane Taylor (and, of course, her own CBE badge), while her sister-in-law wore a navy wrap coat by Reiss and fedora by Rosie Olivia Millinery.

      For those asking/criticizing why she attended; Elizabeth's father is a veteran of the Gulf War. The lack of good photographs of her and her family (she attended with her parents, brother and sister-in-law) to me clearly indicate attendance out of respect and deference to those being honored, not to look a certain way or make a political statement one way or another.