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Posted by Nicole on May 29, 2014 A Promise, Gallery, Production Stills 0 Comments

A bunch of new production stills from A Promise have just been added to the gallery!

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Posted by Nicole on May 29, 2014 Uncategorized 0 Comments

Thanks to Fuck Yeah Richard and Jenna @ Tumblr, I’ve added in the gallery 3 old event pics of Richard/ Richard and Jenna at the Annual Fundraising Gala for the Chickenshed Theatre last year.

Posted by Nicole on Apr 05, 2014 Interviews, Richard 0 Comments

Richard Madden on going to extreme lengths during filming and watching Game of Thrones without the danger of being killed off

You come from Elderslie, a town between Glasgow and Paisley. Since Game of Thrones you’ve probably become the most famous son after William Wallace. Can you beat him?
My next challenge! But how can I be more famous than Mel Gibson?

The Red Wedding in Game of Thrones shocked the world. As an actor, did you feel a sense of achievement?
Most important was how we managed to keep it such a surprise. It’s in the book, it’s on the internet and so many people didn’t know it was going to happen.

Are you looking forward to watching series four not having to worry about who’s out to kill you?
I could not be more excited. When you’re in it, you read the scripts so many times, you know what’s going to happen inside out. I’ve got the joy of just being a viewer this time.

Are there any similarities between Game of Thrones and your new show Klondike?
It’s a story of your humanity and morality, how you survive when stakes couldn’t be higher and everything is life and death all day everyday.

It’s set during the Gold Rush?
On paper it’s about two guys that go up to the Yukon during the Gold Rush to make their fortune in 1897. It’s just a really great drama focusing on human beings in extreme situations.

Did you get in any extreme situations while filming?
I probably nearly died a couple of times. I did all my own stunts, threw myself into category four river rapids, got frostbite on my face. That hurt.

What’s the cure for frostbite on your face?
Lotions and potions. Filming Game of Thrones seemed tropical by the end of Klondike.

The character you play, Bill Haskell, was a real person. What did you find out about him?
I found out a lot about his strength. You had to be a warrior just to get to where they went. He was a man who never took the easy option. When there’s murder and greed and violence, at the point where anyone of us would become an animal and stab someone in the back or slit a man’s throat to save yours, there was that beautiful bit of humanity.

It’s like you’re describing modern day Paisley.
Exactly that. You don’t know what’s going to happen next.

Next up for you is Disney’s live action Cinderella. Prince Charming no less…
He’s a character that everyone has a conception of but what do we know about him? I’m trying to make him true and honest within a fairytale context. I need to pull my weight – there are some big players in that film: Derek Jacobi, Helena Bonham Carter, Cate Blanchett plays the evil stepmother.

A slightly better cast than your average pantomime.
Although that’s what I thought it was when I got it through on my email, a panto in Poole then I realised, actually Kenneth Branagh is directing. Oh right, ok. I’ll read it then.

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Posted by Nicole on Apr 02, 2014 Videos: Interviews 0 Comments

Will Richard Madden buckle under the pressure? Watch the Klondike star in our quick-fire 60 second interview!

Posted by Nicole on Jan 27, 2014 Possible New Project, Richard 0 Comments

It looks like Fox’s reboot of “The Fantastic Four” is getting closer to finalizing its cast.

Sources tell Variety that Simon Kinberg has finished rewriting the script and that the studio plans to begin testing thesps for the roles of Reed Richards (aka Mister Fantastic) and Sue Storm (aka the Invisible Woman) by the end of the month.

Teller was asked Tuesday in an interview at Sundance if he would be playing Richards. He replied that, “Yeah that should be happening in the next few weeks,” making it seem like the actor was already on board. But sources say the actor was misunderstood and that he is testing but isn’t the frontrunner or officially attached. Other actors expected to test for the part include “Game of Thrones’” Kit Harington and Richard Madden.

Kate Mara and Saoirse Ronan are expected to test for Sue Storm. Michael B. Jordan is attached to play Johnny Storm, but he is expected to test with the actors to see which group has the best chemistry.

Josh Trank is on board to direct the pic with Kinberg, Matthew Vaughn and Gregory Goodman serving as producers.

“The Fantastic Four” is slated to bow June 19, 2015.

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