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Anthony Hopkins Set For A Return To The Stage

4 May 2001 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Veteran actor Anthony Hopkins is set to return to the New York stage to star in William Nicholson's play Retreat From Moscow. According to Mike Nicholls, who will direct an all-star cast including Meryl Streep, Kevin Kline, Allison Janney and Christopher Walken in The Seagull in New York's Central Park this summer, plans are in place for the Hannibal star to make a return to the stage. Sinead Cusack and Ralph Fiennes have been pinpointed as likely candidates to fill out the cast for the three-character drama, which is set to begin previews in January at the Promenade Theatre. Shadowlands author Nicholson, whose movie work has included a rewrite of the Oscar-winning flick Gladiator, says Nicholls had envisioned the project as a film, but eventually agreed that it should first be done in a small theatre. He explains, "This is entirely about getting the best actors, doing it somewhere simple and not making a fuss." Nicholson says of the proposed cast, "Whenever you start talking about stars of this magnitude, there are timetables to consider." »

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