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Peter Dinklage - Francis Lawrence - Suzanne Collins - Nina Jacobson - Peter Dinklage cast as Academy dean in The Hunger Games prequel The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes - dailymail.co.uk - Britain - USA - New Jersey
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Peter Dinklage cast as Academy dean in The Hunger Games prequel The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes
Game of Thrones alum Peter Dinklage just joined the growing ensemble of Lionsgate's prequel The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, and production is already underway.The New Jersey-born 53-year-old will take on the role of Casca Highbottom, the dean of the Capitol's most prestigious high school, Academy.In Suzanne Collins' 2020 novel, Highbottom develops the idea of the Hunger Games with Crassus Snow, the father of Coriolanus Snow (Donald Sutherland) who goes on to become the callous autocratic ruler of the Capitol and all of Panem. Production is already underway! Game of Thrones alum Peter Dinklage just joined the growing ensemble of Lionsgate's prequel The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes (pictured February 23) Hitting US/UK theaters November 17, 2023! The New Jersey-born 53-year-old will take on the role of Casca Highbottom, the dean of the Capitol's most prestigious high school, AcademyDirector Francis Lawrence - who helmed Catching Fire, Mockingjay Part One, and Mockingjay Part Two - said Highbottom was one of the most powerful people in 18-year-old Coriolanus life.'As the austere and vindictive face of the games, he sets the rules that will determine every aspect of Coriolanus' fate,' the 51-year-old Grammy-winning filmmaker told Deadline.
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Kit Harington gives rare insight into fatherhood as he attends Monaco GP with Rose Leslie
Game Of Thrones stars Kit Harington, 35, and Rose Leslie, 35, were among celebrities at Sunday’s Monaco Grand Prix.The couple were in Monte Carlo to watch the race and support Kit’s brother, John, who is a member of the Red Bull team.  Upon their arrival at the Circuit de Monaco, Kit gave a rare insight into his family life with Rose and how he is finding things as a new parent.When asked by Sky Sports pundit Martin Brundle about any upcoming projects, the Jon Snow actor replied: "I've got a couple of films I'm going to do in the UK this year.In the interview, Kit also discussed his love of Formula One.He explained: “It’s a family thing, I've been watching it since I was knee-high and now my brother works at Red Bull.“So yeah, I’m a big Formula One fan.” Kit and Rose met on the set of Game Of Thrones and began dating in 2011.They played on-screen lovers, Jon Snow and wildling Ygritte, from season two until season four.They then married in 2018 at Rose’s family castle in Scotland.The ceremony was attended by their Game Of Thrones castmates including Emilia Clarke, Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams and Peter Dinklage.The couple confirmed the arrival of their baby boy in February 2021.Kit later spoke about fatherhood and what had surprised him most about raising a child.He told Access Hollywood last year: “I think the thing that's surprised me most is, you know, they tell you, 'Look, it's big.
Peter Dinklage - Eddie Redmayne - Lily Allen - James Macavoy - Jake Wood - Cyrano De-Bergerac - Lily Allen, James McAvoy and Eddie Redmayne honoured at WhatsOnStage theatre awards - metro.co.uk
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Lily Allen, James McAvoy and Eddie Redmayne honoured at WhatsOnStage theatre awards
Singer Lily Allen and Fantastic Beasts star Eddie Redmayne are among those who have been honoured at the annual WhatsOnStage awards.While Lily is best-known for smash-hits like LDN and Smile, recently the star has been proving her talents as a stage actor through her role in 2:22 – A Ghost Story.In the play, the songwriter portrays Jenny, a woman convinced her house is haunted, with the audience following along as she attempts to make her friends and family believe her.Her West End debut was recognised in a big way at the WhatsOnStage theatre awards on Sunday, as she won the award for best performer in a female-identifying role in a play.The prestigious theatre awards have been renamed for the first time this year to make them more inclusive.Her castmate, Jake Wood, won in the best supporting performer in a male-identifying role category, while the stage play itself took home the coveted award for best new play.Meanwhile Eddie, who is preparing for the release of the third installment of the Fantastic Beasts franchise, was crowned the winner of best performer in a male-identifying role in a musical for his role in Cabaret.The actor, 40, plays The Emcee in the iconic 1966 musical.They weren’t the only big names being honoured at the annual awards at the Prince of Wales Theatre: James McAvoy again proved his versatility as a screen and stage actor with his win.The Split star went home with the award for best performer in a male-identifying role in a play after his acclaimed outing as Cyrano in play Cyrano de Bergerac, which also won the ward for best play revival.Cyrano de Bergerac is also currently in cinemas, with the titular character played by the legendary Peter Dinklage.Also honoured at the stage and theatre awards
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