Tuesday, November 12, 2013


True Blood‘s Stephen Moyer will really be sinking his teeth into the show’s Season 7 premiere — and not just because it’s the first of the HBO hit’s final 10 episodes ever.
Moyer will step behind the camera to direct the installment, which goes into production in early January ahead of a June 2014 bow. TVLine
More on The Sound of Music from TVLine-
When NBC announced that Stephen Moyer was joining its three-hour holiday event The Sound of Music Live! (Dec. 5, 8/7c) as Capt. Georg Von Trapp you could almost hear the collective, “Huh?” But long before he was sinking his teeth into on and off screen love Anna Paquin on True Blood, the UK-born actor was a song-and-dance man, er, kid.
“I started out as a chorister in the village that I grew up,” explains Moyer, who performed in some three dozen musicals before enrolling in the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Upon graduation, he starred in a touring production ofRomeo and Juliet and had a role in the theatrical version of Pete Townshend’s The Iron Man, before segueing into TV and film full-time. Now, some two decades later, Moyer is rekindling his love affair with the stage in a big way.TVLINE | Why get back into musical theater now?Back in ’95 I was doing a Romeo and Juliet world tour and I had a moment of panic. I had been doing theater back-to-back-to-back for years and I [needed] a break for a bit. And, sure enough, a TV job came along pretty soon after. And then another one. And then a film. And before I knew it, two years had become five had become 10 and then 18. And a couple years ago I got to a point where I was going “I’ve really got to get back on stage.” And then Chicago came along at a time when I really wanted to do something. More
They are filming SoM in Long Island, I met someone gathering costumes/props this week. Posting another vid of SM singing in Chicago, more singing coming with NBC's Sound of Music (which is filming now).

More photos of Sam at the GQ Gentlemen's Ball(s) and Oceana's Partners Awards Gala. Source: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin via Zimbio as usual.

                                                      From Joe's Twitter.
GQ's "Last Night's Best Dressed List" Source
From Out Mag,- The fact that he’s always playing nasty characters hasn’t gone unnoticed by O’Hare. “I probably killed in excess of 587 people on True Blood,” he quips, referring to his vampire character, Russell Edgington, on HBO’s popular supernatural sudser.He’s also returned to Ryan Murphy’s creepy American Horror Story anthology TV series this season, after appearing as a barely recognizable burn victim in the first season. Then there’s the sinister, one-legged evangelical minister who chides Jonathan Groff in this fall’s C.O.G., the movie adaptation of a David Sedaris story. But this year, he also worked on two important films about the AIDS epidemic.
“It was funny being able to do Dallas Buyers Club on the one hand, and then The Normal Heart on the other,” he says. In both he once again plays less-than-likable characters, but that doesn’t seem to faze the upbeat O’Hare, who, along with his husband, is in the process of adopting his foster son. “They shot The Normal Heart out at Fire Island at one point, and there’s Ryan Murphy on the beach in what looked like a black caftan, lolling on a towel, directing away. It was just so, so fantastic.”
Some fan photos from AHS.
The king rocks the red carpet for his latest, "Dallas Buyers Club".
      with the lovely Kristin back in October.  My favorite vampire .

Previews of Charles Fuller’s One Night…, which were originally scheduled to begin Oct. 17 at the Cherry Lane Theatre, commence Nov. 6. The delay was due to a death in playwright Fuller's family. Rutina Wesley portrays Alicia in a company that also features Grantham Coleman, K.K. Moggie, Matthew Montelongo and Cortez Nance Jr.
Show times are Tuesday at 7 PM, Thursday and Friday at 8 PM, Saturday at 2 PM and 8 PM and Sunday at 3 PM.
Cherry Lane Theatre is located at 38 Commerce Street (three blocks south of Christopher Street, west of Seventh Avenue South). Tickets may be purchased by visiting cherrylanetheatre.org or by phoning Ovationtix at (866) 811-4111. Individual tickets are $66, $25 for patrons under 3
0 years old and theatre artists, $20 for military with valid ID, and $20 for students with valid ID. Source Source

Thanks to sweet Annie for the link
Conspiracy Movies released three new images from  Rio, Eu Te Amo , a series of short films recorded in Rio de Janeiro. The pictures show scenes with Ryan Kwanten, Marcelo Serradom, Fernanda Montenegro, Regina Case, and behind the scenes with Fernando Meirelles and Frenchman Vincent Cassel.

Stephen and James Purefoy (Hail Caesar!) at GQ's Men of the Year Party, Captain Picard is in the back. MORE 

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