Re: News und Allgemeines zu Hugh/House
Verfasst: Di 15. Mai 2012, 14:09
Hmm, ich auch aber immerhin!
Dr. House, die amerikanische US-Serie über den TV Arzt Gregory House. Das Forum beinhaltet Infos zu allen Episoden, Spoiler, Videos und Fotos
six hat geschrieben:Egal...Ich könnte ihm auch stundenlang zuhören!Na das steht außer Frage, aber ich schmachte ihn halt auch genauso gerne an ;D
Tritziii hat geschrieben:Ja, das dachte ich mir auch
Mist, ich hab eigentlich ein etwas mehr erwarted, irgendwas wo man auch beide sieht
soupytwist hat geschrieben: Aber ich hab irgendwo eine Theorie gelesen (leider hab ich mir die Seite nicht gemerkt ), dass dies nicht das geheimnissvolle Projekt von Stephen und Hugh ist, dass Stephen in seinem ersten Tweet meinte, sondern eine andere Collaboration, da dieser Film ja kein "gemeinsames Projekt" von den beiden ist, sondern sie lediglich an einem Projekt zusammenarbeiten, das von anderen Leuten gemacht wird. Keine Ahnung ob diese Theorie stimmt.Über sowas bin ich hier soeben auch gestolpert:
Fry tweeted yesterday that "Hugh Laurie and I are cooking up a project together. We will be working again soon. Sorry to be mysterious but more news when I can." He followed that up with notice that the duo were contributing voice work to an animated version of Oscar Wilde's The Canterville Ghost but my gut feeling is that this is a separate project as both being hired to work on someone else's project is hardly the same thing as "cooking up a project together." Especially when you consider that Fry's very next tweet was "Off I go now to a secret hideaway to catch up on 5 days of writing. Forgive general twitter silence. Just 6 days."Aber eigentlich zeigen solche Artikel ja bloß, dass wir nicht die einzigen sind, die sich Hoffnungen machen.
soupytwist hat geschrieben:dieser Film ja kein "gemeinsames Projekt" von den beiden ist, sondern sie lediglich an einem Projekt zusammenarbeiten, das von anderen Leuten gemacht wird.Klar, alles sind nur Theorien, aber zu der hier ist zu sagen, dass Stephen Frys Produktionsfirma involviert ist - es ist also keinesfalls nur ein Projekt anderer Leute.
Special to The Seattle TimesQuelle: http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/m ... =head_main
Let's say you've just completed your eighth and final season as the award-winning star of a beloved television series, and you're hot enough to handpick your next project as either a highly recognizable dramatic actor or comedy icon. What do you now?
Go play piano in Belarus, of course.
With Hugh Laurie's final turn as tormented, misanthropic Dr. Gregory House on Fox's "House" now behind him, the British star is playing New Orleans blues with a crack ensemble on a West Coast tour of the U.S., followed by shows in South America and Eastern and Western Europe.
Laurie appears in Seattle's Benaroya Hall on Monday.
Laurie has played music both on "House" and "Saturday Night Live." But last year he released a full album, "Let Them Talk," devoted to his lifelong passion for American blues and collaborating with such Big Easy legends as Irma Thomas, Dr. John and Allen Toussaint.
On May 25th, three days into his tour, Laurie stole some time from for an email chat.
Q: What is a world without "House" like for you?
A: All kinds of things seem strange and unfamiliar to me now. Sleeping past 4 a.m. is one of them. I wake up in a panic thinking I've missed something. It feels like an older part of my life, but also a new and exciting part that I never properly unwrapped before.
Q: A music tour is certainly different.
A: I am like a baby bird: big eyes, open mouth. I have nothing to compare any of this with yet. We've only done three shows so far — and I think they've gone really well — but it's going to be interesting to see how things change over time and from place to place. The only thing I know for sure is that I am playing with some of the best musicians anyone will hear anywhere.
Q: When did the blues come into your life?
A: I somehow knew American blues existed before I even heard it. It was like uncovering something I always knew was there. It's so hard to sum up in words what this music does to me — which is why music exists in the first place, I suppose. But it just reached out and grabbed me by the throat and hasn't let go. ("Throat" wasn't the first word I typed there.) I've played a little with others but not nearly as much as I wanted to. There is no feeling like it.
Q: "Let Them Talk" comes across as a personal journey through the blues. How did you draw the caliber of musicians playing with you? And could you say a word or two about Irma Thomas, one of our underappreciated greats?
A: The record had to be an expression of something I truly loved. How else could I expect anyone else to love it?
I suppose all these people, in the first instance, were responding to Joe Henry, the producer of the record. He has a very considerable reputation. They realized the album was a serious effort.
Irma Thomas is not underappreciated by me, I can tell you. She makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand up. She's also an incredibly beautiful and graceful woman. And funny, too. So is Mac Rebennack [Dr. John]. Funny, I mean. Not a beautiful woman.
Q: What should the audience expect to see and hear in Benaroya Hall?
A: They'll see me in a nice suit with shiny shoes. And behind me, a collection of some of the finest musicians in the world. They will hear playing of a kind they may never hear anywhere else.
Q: Word is you'll soon be collaborating with your comedy partner Stephen Fry ["A Bit of Fry and Laurie"] again.
A: Stephen and I will always be together in some way. He is my dearest friend in the world and also brilliant. I believe I may not be the first to observe that.
Q: What's it going to be like playing in Kiev, Minsk and Moscow?
A: This is going to be an adventure in all kinds of different ways. I hope to come back with some great and exotic luggage labels, and cracking good stories.
Hugh Laurie in talks for 'RoboCop' villain
'House' star would play CEO of Omni Corp in MGM's remake
In what amounts to the highest-profile role of his feature career, "House" star Hugh Laurie is in negotiations to play the villain in MGM's remake of "RoboCop," which will be distributed by Sony Pictures.
MGM had no comment on the casting.
"Elite Squad" helmer Jose Padilha is directing the origin story from a script by Josh Zetumer. Joel Kinnaman stars as the titular crimefighter, a decorated Detroit police office who undergoes a drastic transformation to become RoboCop after he's brutally murdered while on duty.
Laurie is making a deal to play the villainous CEO of Omni Corp, which creates the title character for its own gain.
Gary Oldman is set to co-star as the scientist who creates him, while Abbie Cornish will play his conflicted wife. Samuel L. Jackson has also signed on to play a patriotic media mogul.
Strike Entertainment partners Eric Newman and Marc Abraham are producing the pic, which is a remake of Paul Verhoeven's 1987 pic that starred Peter Weller. Production is skedded to start this summer.
Laurie received seven Emmy nominations for his perf as the title character on Fox's long-running hit series "House," which also earned him a pair of Golden Globes. His bigscreen credits include "Sense and Sensibility" and "Street Kings." WME-repped thesp has also wrapped a lead role in Andrew Adamson's war drama "Mister Pip."
Hugh Laurie de gira en UcraniaGott so möcht ich auch mal leben
El genial actor, reconocido por ponerse en la piel del médico más sarcástico de la TV, está haciendo una gira mundial junto a su banda. En esta oportunidad, está en la ciudad de Kiev y eligió un hotel de lujo.
El histórico Premier Palace Hotel de la ciudad ucraniana fue el elegido por Laurie, mientras hace una serie de presentaciones a junto a la “Copper Bottom Band”.
De estilo muy clásico e impactante, este magnífico hotel de cinco estrellas, se encuentra en el corazón de Kiev, a metros del mercado de Besarabsky. Cuenta con una elegante piscina con techo de cristal y comodidades para que los huéspedes se sientan como reyes.
El Premier Palace tiene ocho restaurantes con la más variada cocina gourmet internacional. Sus habitaciones, muy amplias, llevan el estilo arquitectónico del hotel. La ubicación donde se encuentra, permite llegar rápidamente a los centros turísticos más importantes de la ciudad.