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5 items from 2013


On my radar: Jack Huston's cultural highlights

30 November 2013 4:06 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The actor on his enduring love for Guns N' Roses, the brilliance of The Wire, and the appeal of artist Eric Roux-Fontaine

Jack Huston, 30, is the grandson of the Hollywood film director John Huston and nephew to actors Anjelica and Danny Huston. He is best known for his role as Richard Harrow, a disfigured war veteran turned assassin, in the HBO Prohibition drama Boardwalk Empire. Huston was born in London in 1982, the son of Lady Margot Lavinia Cholmondeley and Walter Anthony (Tony) Huston. He decided he wanted to be an actor at the age of six after playing the lead role in a school production of Peter Pan. He began to get major film roles in his early 20s and has since appeared in 19 films and almost every episode of Boardwalk Empire's four seasons. He can currently be seen in Strangers on a Train by Craig Warner. Directed by »

- Ben Marshall

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On my radar: Jack Huston's cultural highlights

30 November 2013 4:06 PM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The actor on his enduring love for Guns N' Roses, the brilliance of The Wire, and the appeal of artist Eric Roux-Fontaine

Jack Huston, 30, is the grandson of the Hollywood film director John Huston and nephew to actors Anjelica and Danny Huston. He is best known for his role as Richard Harrow, a disfigured war veteran turned assassin, in the HBO Prohibition drama Boardwalk Empire. Huston was born in London in 1982, the son of Lady Margot Lavinia Cholmondeley and Walter Anthony (Tony) Huston. He decided he wanted to be an actor at the age of six after playing the lead role in a school production of Peter Pan. He began to get major film roles in his early 20s and has since appeared in 19 films and almost every episode of Boardwalk Empire's four seasons. He can currently be seen in Strangers on a Train by Craig Warner. Directed by »

- Ben Marshall

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Theatre Uncut; Strangers on a Train – review

23 November 2013 4:06 PM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Young Vic; Gielgud, London

Theatre Uncut's visionary series of political plays appeal as much for the ideas as the drama. And Strangers on a Train runs out of steam

What began as a hand grenade has ended up as a cluster bomb. Three years ago Hannah Price conceived the idea of Theatre Uncut, a political new writing company and different version of protest theatre. It ingeniously brings new technology to bear on traditional agitprop, combining live performance and instantaneous multiplication.

The scheme, in which Price was joined as artistic director by Emma Callender, was to commission short plays that reacted to current politics and would be free for a month for anyone to download and perform anywhere. The original spur was the coalition's public spending cuts. In 2012 work came from Egypt and Iceland, Greece and Spain. This year, having consulted its rapidly growing audience – an audience which even by Young »

- Susannah Clapp

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Theatre Review: Strangers On A Train

21 November 2013 10:09 PM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Director: Robert Allan Ackerman

Starring: Laurence Fox, Jack Huston, Christian McKay, Miranda Raison, Imogen Stubbs, and MyAnna Buring

Synopsis: A chance meeting changes one man’s life as he enters a world of blackmail and murder.

Craig Warner’s play is an adaptation of the film by Alfred Hitchcock and the novel of Patricia Highsmith by the same name. It is a tense thriller with a subtle chill running through it. The director Robert Allan Ackerman has put together a play that manages to strike the right balance of thrill and suspense but perhaps does not get as dark or intense as it could.

Guy Haines, played by Laurence Fox, has a career on the assent as an architect who seems to be hitting the big time; however this could all be threatened by a young unfaithful wife. A chance meeting with a very charming but psychopathic alcoholic Charles Bruno (Jack Huston) has chilling consequences. »

- Katey Thompson

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"Fatal Attraction," "Strangers" Hit The Stage

20 September 2013 1:36 PM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Two thriller classics are being adapted for the London stage.

Sir Trevor Nunn will direct a stage version of the Oscar nominated 1987 infidelity thriller "Fatal Attraction".

James Dearden is penning the new adaptation of the Adrian Lyne film which starred Michael Douglas as a married lawyer who engages in a brief affair, only for the other woman (Glenn Close) to stalk his family after he calls it off.

Casting has yet to be announced. No word as yet if the bunny boiler scene makes it into the stage version which opens in March.

The other project is a new adaptation of "Talent Mr. Ripley" author Patricia Highsmith's acclaimed novel "Strangers on a Train" which became the classic Alfred Hitchcock movie.

Jack Huston and Laurence Fox will star as the two strangers who meet on a train where one posits the idea of them 'swapping murders'.

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- Garth Franklin

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