Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : April 24th 2015 Contents A41
Friday, April 24, 2015 www.guardian.co.tt Guardian
EMPIRE MULTIPLEX CINEMAS
SAN FERNANDO TEL: 221-4979
PG.13 12.00NOON & 6.00PM
(16 YRS. +) 3.00PM & 8.30PM
(PG. ADVISED) 12.00NOON -- 4.00PM & 6.00PM
IN 3D PG.13
12.00NOON -- 5.30PM -- 8.30PM
IN 2D PG.13
2.30PM & 8.00PM
BY HUGE DEMAND LAST 2 DAYS SATURDAY &
IN 3D 2.00PM ONLY (ALL AGES)
ADVANCE SHOWS TUE. 28TH. APRIL 9.30PM IN 2D OR 3D
TICKETS NOW ON SALE *REG. PRICES APPLIES
(CONTINUING WEDNESDAY 29TH. APRIL IN 2D & 3D)
VISIT OUR WEBSITE-
GLOBE Port of Spain NATIONAL S/Fdo
• 1200 Seats
• Church Services
DEFINITELY LAST 5 DAYS
3 BIG SHOWS DAILY
12.00 noon, 4.30 & 8.30 p.m
Worldwide Wed 29th:
4 Big Shows Daily -
PARKING AVAILABLE ON
Visit our website at:
Nicole Kidman is to return to the
London stage, 17 years on from her
critically acclaimed West End debut.
The Australian actress will play sci-
entist Rosalind Franklin in the UK pre-
miere of Photograph 51, directed by
The play, by Anna Ziegler, will open
at the Noel Coward Theatre on 14 Sep-
tember and run until 21 November.
Kidman's work in The Blue Room at
the Donmar Warehouse in 1998 was
famously described as "pure theatrical
In Photograph 51, Kidman will por-
tray British scientist Rosalind Franklin,
the only woman involved in the dis-
covery of DNA's double helix in 1953.
Her name was left out of the history
books and she only received recognition
years after her death.
The production will reunite Kidman
with Grandage, with whom she recently
collaborated on the feature film Genius.
It marks the return of Grandage's
company to the West End, following
an acclaimed run in 2013 and 2014 that
saw Jude Law play Henry V and Daniel
Radcliffe appear in The Cripple of Inish-
In 2001 Kidman spoke to the BBC
of her desire to return to the London
stage, calling The Blue Room "the best
experience I've ever had".
But she admitted then that she was
"nervous to come back as there will be
Kidman received rave reviews for her
role in The Blue Room alongside co-
star Iain Glen.
The pair were the only people on
stage in an erotic comedy---written by
Sir David Hare and directed by Sam
Mendes---that saw both stars appear
naked during the performance.
Last year Kidman told the Daily Mail
she was in discussions to appear in two
plays in London, with one reported to
be Turgenev's A Month in the Coun-
"I'm determined to make at least
one of the proposals work," she said.
"Who knows? Both of the proposals
might come together."
...to return to London
stage after 17 years
Daredevil has landed and if you re anything like
as binge-y as Empire, you ll have seen and most
probably relished its gritty take on the Marvel hero.
Its star, Charlie Cox, stepped into the Empire Pod-
cast booth this week and we quizzed him on the
likely timeline for the second season, as well as his
dream line-up for it.
"I have to be careful because we just got com-
missioned so I have no idea who is going to turn
up," prefaced the Londoner, revealing, unsurprisingly,
that he expects a new villain---or villains---to step
into the Hell's Kitchen underworld.
"Based on the show we've created, which is very
grounded in reality, I'd like to see Punisher maybe
show up, a little bit of Elektra maybe. I wouldn't
mind Black Widow making an appearance, and you
can't think about Daredevil for too long without
thinking of Bullseye. I don't know when or if or how
that would happen, but it'd be cool if it did."
It's a heck of a rogues' gallery to work with and
a reminder of how nicely poised Netflix's first foray
onto superhero turf is. Season two has now shifted
ahead of Defenders on Netflix's giant studio call
sheet. "We'll begin shooting in the second half of
the year," Cox revealed.
"It'll be the same timeline as the last show, so
season two will come out about this time next year.
Again, I'm imagining all this, but there'll probably
do Iron Fist or Luke Cage at the same time, followed
by the other one (of the two) in the first half of 2016
and then maybe Defenders in the second half of
2016 or the beginning of 2017."
Before then, of course, there's AKA Jessica Jones,
in which Krysten Ritter and David Tennant do battle,
to air and a screenplay or two to write. Cox, unsur-
prisingly, is champing to get back into the red suit.
"What's exciting is to have a season where (Matt
Murdock) is really embodying his alter-ego before
we get to the Defenders."
For more from Cox on Daredevil and much more
on the show itself, look out for tomorrow's Empire
podcast, followed by a Daredevil spoiler special.
Charlie Cox returns for Daredevil season two.
Links Archive April 23rd 2015 April 25th 2015 Navigation Previous Page Next Page