The production was on such a large scale that it completely engulfed the estate, taking over everything from the tea room to the stable yard.
Boughton House’s property manager Charles Lister said: “Boughton House has a long history of supporting the arts and we were delighted to have played a small role in the making of this film.
“I don’t disagree with Adam, sure it could have been sweetened, [director Tom] Hooper wanted it raw and real, that’s how it is,” Russell wrote.
, coming out on Christmas day, has raised any number of important questions. How many close-ups can Hooper cram into nearly three hours? Happily, that question doubles as the perfect prompt for a debate over who among the myriad performers who’ve attempted the delectable roles provided by Victor Hugo’s saga have performed them best.
When a fan sent the 48-year-old actor a tweet saying, “Not sure if you saw @adamlambert’s comments about Les Miserables.
Samantha has recently finished filming her final scenes as Mozart’s opera-singing muse Zuzanna Luptak in John Stephenson’s Interlude In Prague.“Playing someone who existed in real life has been a huge challenge,” admits Samantha.“She was a famous soprano who Mozart wrote an aria for.Local authorities, councils and residents in each of our several areas couldn’t have been more helpful and enthusiastic and made a difficult job a real pleasure.”Les Misérables stars Hugh Jackman, who used a gym in Kettering while he filmed at Boughton House, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried, Eddie Redmayne, Aaron Tveit, Samantha Barks, as well as Helena Bonham Carter and Sacha Baron Cohen.The film and television industry is an important one for the English regions as productions can spend up to £30,000 per day on everything from hotels to props to coffee for the stars when filming on location.