May 12, 2017   Stef   Projects, Theatre Productions, Venus in Fur 0

TRH Productions will present Natalie Dormer and David Oakes in the West End premiere of David Ives’ hit Broadway play Venus in Fur this autumn for a strictly limited nine week engagement at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. This critically-acclaimed two-hander will run from 6 October to 9 December with opening night for press on 17 October. Book tickets here from £20!

Enigmatic actress Vanda Jordan appears unannounced for an audition with director Thomas Novachek. She’s determined to land the leading role in his new production – despite seeming wrong for the part. Over one evening in downtown Manhattan their charged meeting becomes a seductive dance to the end.

Directed by Patrick Marber, designed by Rob Howell with lighting by Hugh Vanstone and casting by Executive Producer Ilene Starger, Venus In Fur is an intoxicating dark comedy of desire, fantasy and the innate love of fur.

Natalie Dormer is to play Vanda Jordan. Dormer is known globally for film and television roles including Margaery Tyrell in HBO series Game of Thrones, Anne Boleyn in The Tudors for Showtime, Cressida in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Parts 1 and 2, Focus Features’ The Forest, Ron Howard’s Rush, and Ridley Scott’s The Counselor. Upcoming, Dormer stars opposite Sean Penn and Mel Gibson in The Professor and the Mad Man, and the independent thriller In Darkness, which she also co-wrote. She is currently in production on FremantleMedia’s Picnic at Hanging Rock in Australia. Venus in Fur sees Dormer reunite with Patrick Marber, who wrote After Miss Julie (Young Vic) for which she received widespread critical acclaim in the title role. Her other stage credits include Sweet Nothings (also at the Young Vic) and .45 (Hampstead Theatre).

Read the full article on Broadway World.

For more information and tickets visit Theatre Royal Haymarket.

April 17, 2017   Stef   Captain America: The First Avenger, Gallery Updates, Screencaptures 0

The gallery has been updated with Blu-ray screencaps of Natalie in Captain America: The First Avenger. Enjoy the new additions!

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March 16, 2017   Stef   Casanova, Gallery Updates, Screencaptures 0

The gallery has been updated with Blu-ray screencaps of Natalie in Casanova. Enjoy the new additions!

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Blu-ray Screencaptures

February 24, 2017   Stef   Interviews, Mass Effect: Andromeda, Video Archive, Video Games 0


February 17, 2017   Stef   Picnic at Hanging Rock 0

Game of Thrones actress Natalie Dormer will star in a miniseries adaptation of Australian author Joan Lindsay’s novel Picnic at Hanging Rock about the mysterious disappearances of three schoolgirls and a teacher in 1900.

The six-part drama costars Lola Bessis, Yael Stone, Anna McGahan, Sibylla Budd, Lily Sullivan, Madeleine Madden, Ruby Rees, Inez Curro, and Ash vs Evil Dead actress Samara Weaving. Dormer is set to play English headmistress Mrs. Hester Appleyard in the miniseries, which starts shooting in Australia later this month.

Picnic at Hanging Rock is being produced by FremantleMedia Australia and will premiere on the showcase channel of Australian TV company Foxtel on an as-yet-unannounced date. Lindsay’s novel was previously adapted into a 1975 film by director Peter Weir.

“Picnic at Hanging Rock is celebrated as an iconic, female-led story and we are thrilled to be announcing our strong and diverse cast who will bring the characters to life in the most vivid manner,” said FremantleMedia Australia Director of Drama Jo Porter in a statement. “We have an exceptional mix and depth of established names and exciting young Australian talent who will redefine these characters for a new generation. Natalie Dormer is known for her bold choices in playing powerful, smart, and fearless women. Her rendering of Mrs. Appleyard is sure to be just as intriguing and complex.”

Source: EW

January 29, 2017   Claudia   Projects, Screencaptures, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay 0

The gallery has been updated with one of Natalie’s latest movie projects I loved the most. The whole Hunger Games saga for me was good as book and movies too. Take a look at both part 1 and 2 of it.



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Featured Films > The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 > Movie Screencaptures
Featured Films > The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 > Movie Screencaptures

December 9, 2016   Claudia   Public Appearances 0

The gallery has been updated with HQ photos of Natalie at yesterday’s Evening Standard British Film Awards. Have a look!



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Public Appereances > 2016 > Dec 08 | Evening Standard British Film Awards

December 3, 2016   Claudia   News & Articles 0

Ed Balls, fresh from charming the audience on Strictly Come Dancing, will present the Peter Sellers Award for Comedy at the event next week.

Mayor Sadiq Khan will hand over the Editor’s Award in partnership with Claridge’s, which is this year’s venue for the glittering event.

Treadaway, currently on cinema screens in A Streetcat Named Bob, and Kirby, who plays Princess Margaret in hit Netflix drama The Crown, will present the Everyman Award for Best Film and Anna Friel will hand over the Amanda Eliasch Award for Best Screenplay.

Hollywood actor Danny Huston will fly in to present the New West End Company Award for Best Actress, and Game Of Thrones star Natalie Dormer will hand over the best supporting actor gong.

The best documentary winner will receive their prize from Sir Bob Geldof and NW actress Nikki Amuka-Bird will be there to honour the technical achievement winner. Amanda Nevill, the chief executive of the British Film Institute, will announce the winner of the most powerful scene category.

The ceremony, held next Thursday, will be hosted by IT Crowd star, comedian and director Richard Ayoade. The shortlist was unveiled last week. The Everyman Award for Best Film pitches Andrea Arnold’s road-trip epic American Honey against Bridget Jones’s Baby and Ken Loach’s exposé of a failing welfare state I, Daniel Blake.

Comedian Dave Johns, who made his cinema debut in the title role of Loach’s film, is shortlisted for best actor with Dev Patel for Lion, Hugh Grant for Florence Foster Jenkins and Russell Tovey for his performance as a closeted footballer in The Pass.

Emily Blunt’s performance in The Girl On The Train sees her shortlisted for the New West End Company Award for Best Actress. She is in the running with Kate Beckinsale, for Love & Friendship, Dame Helen Mirren for Eye In The Sky and Tilda Swinton, the star of A Bigger Splash.

The Evening Standard British Film Awards are held in partnership with Claridge’s.

Source

December 2, 2016   Claudia   Public Appearances 0

Have a look in the gallery for some HQ photos of Natalie during yesterday’s panel at Comic-Con Sao Paulo 2016, isn’t she gorgeou???



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Public Appereances > 2016 > Dec 01 | Comic-Con Sao Paulo 2016

November 17, 2016   Claudia   Elementary, Projects, Screencaptures 0

Check out in the gallery HD screencaptures from tv-series Elementary, in which Natalie guest starred as Jamie Moriarty / Irene Adler. Have a look!