Actors in the News Weekly Roundup

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Mar 09, 2010

Posted by John Admin

Actors from the Harry Potter films have this week been getting involved in theatre, fashion, film and Academy Awards. Theatermania reports that Alan Rickman (Severus Snape) will take part in a pre-performance Artist Talk at the Brooklyn Academy of Music‘s Harvey Theatre. The talk will take place at 6pm on the 27th of April before a performance of the Donmar Warehouse production of August Strindberg’s 1888 play Creditors. David Greig’s adaptation of the play, which Alan Rickman directed, was first staged in 2008 in London’s West End. Tickets to the Artist Talk cost $10 and more information – including how to buy tickets for the play itself – can be found here on the BAM website.

Also in theatre-related news, BroadwayWorld reports that Ralph Fiennes (Voldemort) will star in Dear Uncle in the West End. Alan Ayckbourn’s new play, which will be directed by Matthew Warchus and is being produced by David Pugh and Dafydd Rogers, is based on Anton Chekov’s play Uncle Vanya. However, there are no specific dates for the play and a theatre is yet to be announced.

Clemence Poesy (Fleur Delacour) attended the Lanvin Ready to Wear show on the 5th of March as part of Fall/Winter 2011 Fashion Week in Paris, France. A number of photos from the fashion show can now be seen via this link in the Leaky Galleries.

Thanks to our Order Partner, RupertGrint.net, we can tell you that both “Wild Target” and “Cherrybomb” are now going to be released in the U.K. on the 23rd of April. The films, in which Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) stars, were originally going to be released on the 9th of April.

Lastly, photos of Alexandre Desplat’s arrival at the Academy Awards this weekend are now online in our galleries. The film composer, who is scoring “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1,” was Oscar-nominated for his work on “Fantastic Mr. Fox.” Desplat also attended the Parmigiani & Raffone Luggage Sony Classics Dinner Party and you can find photos from the event at this link. Additionally, photos from the Hollywood Reporter’s Oscar Nominee Dinner are also now online in our galleries.





24 Responses to Actors in the News Weekly Roundup

Avatar Imagecheeserpleaser says: Thanks for compiling all of this news for us. I am excited to hear what Desplat brings to the last two films.Avatar Imagegaminette says: oooh, Alan Rickman for $10! But that would mean having to go to *Brooklyn*... I'll have to think about this. LOLAvatar Imagealicia00 says: a lot went on this weekAvatar Imagestephie_sews says: I'm looking forward to Mr. Desplat's soundtracks. I'm going to miss Nicholas Hooper's music though....Avatar ImageNumeroUnoFan says: good roundupAvatar ImageHermione Elizabeth says: OMG! To see Alan and hear him talk... only for $10!! If I lived closer, I would SO be there! LOL Thanks for another roundup!Avatar Imagekatherine102678 says: Nice roundup. Wish I could be up in NYC to see Alan Rickman!Avatar ImageMaxtina Potter says: I'm SO happy that Desplat is doing the score for DH... He ROCKS!Avatar ImageMoose_Starr says: Are any you guys planning on going to see Alan for only $10? Boy that would be so cool ... Avatar ImageSmonocco says: I'm still hoping John Williams will be back for part 2Avatar ImageToNkS_rip says: nice. and i agree, john williams should have stayed.Avatar ImageWant to be a Weasley says: Great news, this is my favorite article, I love having it all wrapped up into one article! Thanks!Avatar ImagePollytomat says: I like the Clemence Poesy's jacket)) Hehey! Wild Target and Cherrybomb!!! so soon!!! :)Avatar Imagedgjessi7 says: I wish I lived in New York. I would give anything to hear Alan Rickman's voice in person.........Avatar ImageGiant Squid says: Thanks for the news!Avatar ImageGiant Squid says: Thanks for the news!Avatar ImageHermonie says: That is soooooooooooooo cool!!!!Avatar ImageNot Slytherin says: Alan Rickman, I love ye. Nice roundup, Rosi!Avatar Imagewandmastercalum says: Cool!!Avatar Imagethundermountain7 says: I'd love to go, i'm not that far, but Brooklyn..... I don't know:( , plus school.... I wish i leave right in NYC not 45 min awayAvatar ImageHBPFan says: Good news all round - but especially good news about Wild target and Cherrybomb!Avatar ImageAlysaw says: I've got my ticket to see Alan!Avatar ImageWON_TWO says: BAM is a cool venue... I used to live in Brooklyn, and have been there many times...Avatar ImageMadam Snape says: Can't wait for both "Wild Target" and "Cherrybomb", specially "Wild Target" with Bill Nighy and Emily Blunt. Thanks for the news!

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