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Simply James McAvoy
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Dec 26th
2012

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I know I have been a bit behind but I have added a few pics to the gallery and plan to do a whole remodel of the site. It’s been way to long since I updated this site and added pics so I promise to do that for you guys. Till then Merry Christmas and enjoy your holidays.



Dec 21st
2012

BAFTA-winner and Golden Globe-nominee James McAvoy will star in a new production of Shakespeare’s “MacBeth” early next year in London’s West End.

The performances are scheduled for February 9-April 27, 2013 at Trafalgar Transformed at the U.K.’s Trafalgar Studios, and will be directed by Jamie Lloyd.

“I am thrilled to announce the first production for Trafalgar Transformed – a season of politically-charged power plays on the doorstep of Whitehall, accompanied by a festival of platform events, discussions and readings,” said Lloyd in a statement. “We hope to welcome new and diverse audiences to the West End and I am very excited to engage with schools and other groups via a series of bespoke workshops and masterclasses.”

Here’s how press notes describe the new production of “Macbeth.”

Shakespeare’s darkest tale play out in a dystopian Scotland brutalized by war. Under a toxic fog, Macbeth begins his tormented struggle for power fueled by ambition and paranoia.

McAvoy told the Daily Mail that he want’s to play the role before he is “too old.”

“I don’t think there’s any age he has to be, but in my mind he’s a captain of men and doing the fighting,” McAvoy said. “He’s someone who has recently found out what it’s like to rip someone’s head off, stick it on a pike and stick it on a castle, and that sounds to me like a young man’s game.”

The actor last appeared on stage in 2009 in Three Days of Rain at London’s Apollo Theatre. That production also was directed by Lloyd. He also has starred in a slew of films, including “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” “The Last King of Scotland,” “Wanted,” “Becoming Jane,” “Atonement” and “X-Men: First Class.” He will soon appear in “X Men: Days of Future Past.”

Source: broadwaytour.net



Dec 2nd
2012

Since all facebook pages are being deleted SDR was the first to go. It’s now permanently deleted. It was a lot of hard work that I didn’t have time for. But LucasHQ is a facebook page that I will post information for all sites, none of the updates will list what the actors are doing but what we are doing. I will list our anniversary updates, problems we are fixing, just different things whatever comes up that people need to know. It’s a way of bringing everyone together on who supports what we do so I hope you will join us and like our page. Here’s the location: LUCASHQ



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