Last night was the opening night of RED on Broadway! I have added pictures to the gallery of both the curtain call and after party. Check them out!
Eddie has attended today the cast photocall for “RED” on Broadway!
Tickets are now available for the Broadway premiere of John Logan’s Red. The dramatic two-hander, directed by Michael Grandage, stars Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne. Direct from its critically acclaimed run at London’s Donmar Warehouse, the Broadway production begins performances at the Golden Theatre on March 11 and opens on April 1, 2010.
More information and tickets here at the official site: http://redonbroadway.com/
Eddie attended yesterday the LA premiere of “The Yellow Handkerchief” with fellow cast members. He looked quite dashing, check out the photos!
I’ve also updated the gallery with tons of old pictures which we didn’t have. Make sure to check them out as well.
Here’s a short interview with Eddie and his co-star Kristen Stewart promoting “The Yellow Handkerchief”. Though the interview is very Twilight-centered it’s still worth a watch!
In other news, Congratulations to Eddie for being nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actor!
Also, Glorious 39 is being released on DVD on March 29th.
Producers of the well-reviewed London play “Red” have confirmed a spring Broadway bow, with the legiter opening at the Golden Theater in April for a 15-week run.
Thesps Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne reprise their roles in the Donmar Warehouse production helmed by Donmar a.d. Michael Grandage.
Two-hander about painter Mark Rothko will rep the Main Stem debut of playwright John Logan, whose screenwriting credits including “Gladiator,” “The Aviator” and “Sweeney Todd.”
For the Broadway incarnation of “Red,” more than 60 tickets per perf will be sold for $25 each in a nod to the Donmar’s mission to increase the accessibility of theater.
“Red” will be the second Donmar production this season imported to the Rialto by Arielle Tepper Madover, the producer who has a first-look deal with the London troupe. In the fall her transfer of the Donmar’s Jude Law topliner “Hamlet” (also directed by Grandage) logged strong sales and recouped in about six weeks.
She’s also produced Rialto runs of Donmar productions “Mary Stuart” and “Frost/Nixon.”
“Red” centers on a 1958 commission for Rothko (Molina) to create murals for a Park Avenue hotel. Redmayne appears as Rothko’s assistant.
Christopher Oram designs the production, with lights by Neil Austin and music and sound design by Adam Cork.
“Red,” which plays at the Donmar through Feb. 6, begins previews March 11 ahead of an April 1 opening.
You can watch Eddie in this Behind The Scenes video from the photoshoot he did for Glamour UK. He appears at 5:36, here it is:
I’ve added some screencaptures of it to our gallery. Enjoy!
I’ve also added one new picture of Eddie at the South Bank Awards Show and some pictures that we did not have in the gallery from when he attended the London Evening Standard Theatre Awards back in November.
First of all, we have a beautiful new gallery layout designed by the talented Mikaela. I hope you like it!
The New York Post reports that Eddie’s play, Red, might be opening in New York this spring! We’ll keep you informed on that when more information is released.
In other news, Eddie attended the South Bank Show Awards yesterday and was pictured with actress Rebecca Hall. I’ve added the picture to the gallery along with a scan from Total Film which features Eddie (thanks to Lorna!). Enjoy!
Since the updates on Eddie are a bit slow at the moment, I’ve taken the chance to screencap one of his latest projects, Powder Blue, which was recently released on DVD. I’ve added over 700 high quality screencaptures to our gallery for you to enjoy!
Warning – Contains nudity and film spoilers. By viewing the photos in this album you are agreeing that you are 18 years or older.
Thanks a lot for visiting!
MTV.com has released a new clip from “The Yellow Handkerchief” in which Eddie appears along with co-star Kristen Stewart. It’s titled “Science Project” and it’s lovely, definitely worth checking it out! I can’t wait until the movie is out in theatres.
I’ve added the screencaptures and the new still to the gallery. Enjoy!