April 25th, 2020   Author: admin   Alerts - Mission: Impossible

What’s the one thing that can slow down the constant perpetual motion of Ethan Hunt, IMF Agent? The coronavirus. Due to production halts because of the worldwide pandemic, the release dates of the two back-to-back Mission: Impossible sequels have been postponed. Mission: Impossible 7 is moving from July 2021 to November 2021, while M:I 8 has been bumped from August 2022 to November 2022. This news comes with delays of several other Paramount titles, including Dungeons and Dragons, Paw Patrol, and The Tomorrow War.

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to wait even longer for the Mission: Impossible sequels release dates. Christopher McQuarrie is directing Mission: Impossible 7 and 8 back-to-back, but the production has had to shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic. And as a result of that shutdown, the films have been shuffled to new release dates. Mission: Impossible 7, originally set to open July 21, 2021, will now arrive in theaters November 19, 2021. And Mission: Impossible 8, initially slated for August 5, 2022, is moving to November 4, 2022.

Tom Cruise is back, of course, joined by Mission: Impossible franchise cast members Henry Czerny, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, and Vanessa Kirby. Newcomers to the series include Hayley Atwell, Pom Klementieff, Shea Whigham, and Nicholas Hoult. And of all the recent movie delay news, this one might hit the hardest for me. I’m a big Mission: Impossible franchise fan, and I was very excited for these back-to-back sequels. But waiting longer for things is now the new normal, and I have to get used to it. [Source]

March 18th, 2020   Author: admin   Alerts

This year’s edition of the UK theater world’s Olivier Awards, which had been set for April 5 at Royal Albert Hall in London, has been canceled. Organizer the Society of London Theatre made the call Tuesday as the UK government ramped up its restrictions in the fight against coronavirus.

“Following the government’s new advice on social distancing yesterday, and the subsequent closing of many theatres and public venues, we no longer feel that it is feasible to host the ceremony that we had planned to deliver,” SOLT said in a statement today. It said all tickets would be refunded.

Organizers said they are working through plans “on how to properly honour and announce this year’s winners, and will release further information soon.”

This year’s nominees for the best of West End theater were announced March 3. James McAvoy, Andrew Scott, Wendell Pierce and Toby Jones were nominated for best actor, while Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Hayley Atwell, Juliet Stevenson and Sharon D Clarke were nominated for best actress.

The new musical & Juliet nabbed nine nominations, with Trevor Nunn’s Fiddler on the Roof securing eight and Dear Evan Hansen seven.

On Monday, the Society of London Theatre and U.K. Theatre said their member venues will close until further notice, including the National Theatre, Shakespeare’s Globe, the London Palladium, the Old Vic and the Royal Opera House. The Olivier’s home Royal Albert Hall previously announced it was closing until further notice.

In a press conference, British Prime Minister Johnson said people in the UK should start working from home, avoid non-essential travel and not visit public venues including theaters and pubs.

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March 5th, 2020   Author: admin   Alerts

James McAvoy, Andrew Scott, Wendell Pierce and Toby Jones are going head-to-head for best actor in this year’s Olivier Awards, while Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Hayley Atwell, Juliet Stevenson and Sharon D Clarke have been nominated for best actress.

New musical & Juliet has nabbed nine nominations, Trevor Nunn’s Fiddler on the Roof has secured eight and Dear Evan Hansen has scored seven.

The UK awards, which celebrates the best theatre in London, will take place at the Royal Albert Hall on April 5. [Source]

March 3rd, 2020   Author: admin   Alerts - Mission: Impossible

New character details have surfaced for Mission: Impossible 7, providing a little more insight into the roles that actors Hayley Atwell and Nicholas Hoult will play in the upcoming film.

The information comes from The Illuminerdi, who reports that Atwell and Hoult’s characters will play important roles in Mission: Impossible 7 and 8. Atwell’s character goes by the name of Lambert and is reported to be the aid to the big bad, Rollin Hand. She is described as being “tenacious and a bit of a bruiser.”

Hoult was originally thought to be Rollin Hand, however, the report suggests that this is not the case. According to casting for Rollin Hand, the film was looking for a male actor in his 50’s to late 70’s. Shea Whigham, who appears closer in appearance to the description than Hoult, is rumored to fill this role. Based on casting information The Illuminerdi obtained, Hoult will still portray an antagonist in the upcoming film. His character will appear in both 7 and 8, but his villainous role is not yet fully disclosed.

Currently, the production of Mission: Impossible 7 has been halted due to the spread of the coronavirus in Venice, Italy, where the film was originally supposed to shoot for three weeks. It is currently uncertain how this delay will change production plans.

Written and directed by Christopher McQuarrie, Mission: Impossible 7 stars Tom Cruise, Henry Czerny, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Vanessa Kirby, Hayley Atwell, Pom Klementieff, Shea Whigham and Nicholas Hoult. The film arrives in theaters July 23, 2021. [Source]

December 18th, 2019   Author: admin   Alerts

The nominees for the 20th Annual WhatsOnStage Awards have been announced.

The WhatsOnStage Awards are the only major UK theatre awards in which the audience are the judges.

All professional productions that began between December 2018 and November 2019 are eligible in 21 of the 25 categories, with four exceptions – Best Regional Production, Best Off-West End Production, the Equity Award and the Best West End Show category, which will be rebranded for this year’s ceremony, with more details being announced imminently.

This year, the nominees for the nine creative categories (Choreography, Costume Design, Direction, Graphic Design, Lighting Design, Musical Direction, Set Design, Sound Design and Video Design) have been decided by an independent panel of industry experts appointed by WhatsOnStage. Their shortlist will then be voted on by the general public.

In the acting categories, the Best Actor in a Play Award sees previously nominated Andrew Scott, alongside Matt Smith, Wendell Pierce and Laurie Kynaston, up against 2015 award winner Tom Hiddleston. Hiddleston’s co-stars Zawe Ashton and Charlie Cox were also nominated for their performances in Jamie Lloyd’s Betrayal in the West End, with Ashton facing off against Claire Foy, Hayley Atwell, Sharon D Clarke and Juliet Stevenson in the Best Actress Category.

The musical categories were dominated by & Juliet (13 nominations), while Jamie Lloyd’s production of Evita at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre was nominated for eight. Both new musical Waitress and the Hope Mill Theatre’s revival of Mame were nominated for seven.

The Old Vic received 13 nominations, the most of any producing house, with its production of Present Laughter receiving eight nominations. Nominees were recognised from all over the country – with shows in Manchester, London, Leicester, Sheffield and on tour featuring in the list of nominees.

Voting closes on 27 January 2020, with the winners being revealed at a ceremony at the Prince of Wales Theatre on 1 March 2020. [Source]

November 7th, 2019   Author: admin   Alerts - News

Avengers star Tom Hiddleston is in the running to be named best actor at this year’s Evening Standard Theatre Awards, five years after first winning the prize.

The actor, who triumphed in 2014 for Coriolanus, is shortlisted for his performance in the revival of Pinter’s love triangle drama Betrayal at the Harold Pinter Theatre.

Other big names whose talents could be rewarded at the event, held in association with Michael Kors, include Hiddleston’s fellow Marvel star Hayley Atwell, Sheridan Smith, Andrew Scott and Dame Maggie Smith.

Suits star Wendell Pierce is on the shortlist for best actor, given in partnership with the Ambassador Theatre Group, for his performance as Willy Loman in Death Of A Salesman. It opened in the West End last week after a run at the Young Vic. Completing the line-up for best actor are K. Todd Freeman and Francis Guinan, who both appeared in Downstate at the National Theatre, and Scott, who impressed the critics in a gender-switched version of Noel Coward’s autobiographical comedy Present Laughter at the Old Vic. Atwell and Dame Maggie are among those on the best actress shortlist, for their performances in Ibsen’s political drama Rosmersholm at the Duke Of York’s Theatre and one-woman show A German Life at the Bridge Theatre respectively.

The other contenders for the Natasha Richardson award for best actress, given in partnership with Christian Louboutin, are Cecilia Noble, who is shortlisted for performances at the National in Downstate and Faith, Hope And Charity, Juliet Stevenson for The Doctor at the Almeida and Anjana Vasan for A Doll’s House at the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre. Smith’s role in Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat sees her shortlisted for best musical performance with Anne-Marie Duff in Sweet Charity and Andy Nyman in Trevor Nunn’s revival of Fiddler On The Roof.

Evening Standard Editor George Osborne said: “The London theatre scene continues to thrive and the Evening Standard Theatre Awards recognises and celebrates the talent from the rising stars of tomorrow to best directors and actresses.

“There have been so many incredible theatre performances this year and we look forward to the awards ceremony to unveil the outstanding achievements.”

This year also sees a celebration of female writers, with work by Caryl Churchill, debbie tucker green and Lynn Nottage among the contenders for best play, given in partnership with Chanel, along with Downstate by Bruce Norris.

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June 18th, 2019   Author: admin   Alerts - Criminal

A host of guest stars have signed on for “Criminal,” the stripped-down Netflix procedural set in France, Spain, Germany and the U.K. The action takes place within the confines of a police interview suite. There are three 45-minute episodes set in each country.

Guest stars in the British installments include David Tennant (“Good Omens”), Hayley Atwell (“Agent Carter”), Youssef Kerkour (“Dracula”) and Clare-Hope Ashitey (“Doctor Foster”). George Kay (“Killing Eve”) and Jim Field Smith (“Endeavour”) are the showrunners.

The Idiotlamp-produced series was filmed at Netflix’s new production hub in Madrid. The series bows globally on Netflix in the fall.

In France, the roster of guest stars includes Nathalie Baye and Jérémie Renier, and in Germany Peter Kurth and Christian Berkel. The Spanish episodes will have Carmen Machi and Inma Cuesta guesting.

The episodes are all in the local language, with writing and directing talent from the individual territories taking charge of the episodes from their countries, setting up an innovative production model.

The regular cast in the U.K. includes Katherine Kelly, Lee Ingleby and Nicholas Pinnock. In France, Margot Bancilhon, Laurent Lucas and Stéphane Jobert are among the regulars, and in Germany, regulars include Eva Meckbach, Sylvester Groth, and Florence Kasumba.

The Spanish regulars include Jorge Bosch, José Ángel Egido and Nuria Mencía.

Netflix announced the series late last year and added the casting information in a teaser video released Monday. [Source]

February 4th, 2019   Author: admin   Alerts - Theatre

Hayley Atwell is set to return to the West End for a new production of Rosmersholm.

The Howard’s End star will take on the role of Rebecca West in Ibsen’s 1886 play, with Tom Burke taking on the role of John Rosmer.

Set amid a time of political unrest just before an election is due to take place, it centres on clergyman Rosmer’s struggle to fight to become a radicalist as he battles with his family’s privileged history.

It will be reimagined in a new adaptation by Duncan Macmillan, whose acclaimed previous plays include People, Places and Things and 1984.

It will be directed by Ian Rickson, who was nominated for Best Director at last year’s Evening Standard Theatre Awards for his revival of Translations.

Atwell’s recent stage credits include Measure for Measure at the Donmar and Dry Powder at Hampstead Theatre.

Burke starred in The Deep Blue Sea at the National Theatre in 2016, and recently starred as Cormoran Strike in a TV adaptation of JK Rowling’s Robert Galbraith novels.

Rosmersholm will run at the Duke of York’s Theatre from April 24 – July 20. [Source]

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