Sir Patrick Stewart And Sir Ian Mckellen Found Themselves In The Middle Of An Embarrassing Public Catheter Use Demonstration When They Missed A Stage Signal One Night While Appearing In Harold Pinter Play No Man's Land In 2013.
The two friends were chatting onstage before their first act and became so engrossed in the conversation, they missed the curtain-up call and found themselves acting out the insertion of a catheter for a packed theatre.
Stewart explains, "Ian and I were both onstage when the curtain went up... and this night I had been telling Ian, 'I'm having to see this urologist and he's putting this stuff into my bladder... with a catheter'. I said, 'It's a little strange but I've got used to it. The man who's doing it is a friend of mine, so it's all within the family'.
"And Ian said, 'Well, you know, I do that to myself... I don't have to go and see someone else; let me show you how I do it'.
Radiohead Star Thom Yorke Is Adding Broadway Composer To His Resume After Signing On To Write Original Music For A Revival Of Harold Pinter Play Old Times.
Sin City's Clive Owen and True Detective actress Kelly Reilly will make their Broadway debuts in the Roundabout Theatre Company production, and now the British rocker has agreed to write songs for the show, about a married couple which receives a visit from an old friend.
Director Douglas Hodge states, "In true Thom Yorke-style, the music is epic, heartbreaking, irresistible and complex. I'm hopeful this collaboration will result in a new kind of theatregoer coming to our show."
Previews will begin at the American Airlines Theatre on 17 September (15), ahead of an October (15) opening.
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The Closer star will hit the stage in September (15) for the Roundabout Theatre Company play, about a married couple which receives a visit from an old friend.
Tony Award-winning La Cage aux Folles actor Douglas Hodge will direct.
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Had Danny Dyer's career reached an all-time low?
Danny Dyer, the actor once branded one of the most promising young actors in Britain after his excellent turn in Human Traffic, has joined the cast of Hollyoaks, Later. The new series of the raunchier version of Hollyoaks will star stalwart Nick Pickard battling cancer and Dyer playing a ruthless ex-pat known only as 'The White Man.'
Danny Dyer Smoking Outside The ITV Studios
Dyer - who has bizarrely been typecast as a hard man - will cause serious problems from the Hollyoaks cast with "with high-stakes poker, Russian roulette and kidnapping all on the cards," according to MTV. Jane Steventon, producer of Hollyoaks Later, said: "I'm thrilled that we have brought together such an amazing cast for this year's Later and with the addition of Danny Dyer, the adventures can really kick off." The new series will see Nick organizing a get-together with old pals Kurt Benson, Finn and brother Dom in a bid to face his demons, however, a dodgy deal from village hard man Trevor Royle sees the gang fall foul of Dyer's shadowy character. The new series of the Hollyoaks Later will air on E4 in the autumn.
The moviemaker has been linked to the project for weeks and his participation was confirmed on Friday (05Apr13).
Weisz will cheat on her real-life husband with actor Rafe Spall in the production.
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Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig will star in Harold Pinter's 'Betrayal' on Broadway together later this year.
The British stars - who tied the knot in 2011 - will play a married couple in a new production of Harold Pinter's 'Betrayal' on the New York stage, where Rachel's character Emma cheats on Daniel's Robert for seven years.
Tony Award winner Mike Nichols will direct the play.
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Kara Tointon and Harold Pinter Thursday 15th March 2012 Kara Tointon carrying an oversized handbag and wearing tight jeans leaves the Harold Pinter theatre, having performed in a production of Absent Friends.
Sir Ian McKellen decided to become an actor because he thought he would meet other gay people.
Sir Ian McKellen became an actor to meet men.
The 70-year-old actor - who announced he was homosexual in 1988 - admits he felt isolated when he was younger, but thought he would meet other gay people if he embarked on a stage career.
He said: "I'd heard that a lot of professional actors were gay. Acting seemed like a chance for me to meet like-minded people.
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Late playwright Harold Pinter left a huge chunk of his fortune to his estranged son, even though the pair had not spoken for 15 years before his death.
The legendary writer passed away on 24 December 2008 following a battle with cancer.
Now the star's will has revealed he set aside a country cottage in Cambridgeshire, England and a lump sum of $480,000 (£300,000) for his 51-year-old son Daniel.
Pinter fell out with Daniel, his only child, after divorcing Vivien Merchant in 1977 following an affair with Lady Antonia Fraser, who later become Pinter's second wife.
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In The Tailor of Panama -- based on John Le Carré's novel and directed by John Boorman (Beyond Rangoon, Zardoz) -- Brosnan trades in the sophistication of James Bond for the identity of crude, disgraced spy Andy Osnard, an MI-6 operative that has to be shipped off to Panama on account of his loathsome behavior. Once he arrives in Panama City, the bad behavior doesn't stop: Osnard immediately sets upon the task of uncovering "what's going on" with the Panama Canal. Rumors swirl that it will be sold to another country now that Panama has it back from the U.S. Or perhaps there will be a coup from a populist underground?
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Offred finds herself at the mercy of a good-natured but subtly manipulative commander (Robert Duvall) and his faded-star wife Serena Joy (Faye Dunaway). And soon enough she slips her way into an underground aiming to overthrow the fascist regime.
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