Hey all! With news being a bit slow, I have added colored versions of Taron’s British GQ photoshoot from 2020 as well as the untagged cover photo! Enjoy!
Written by Tiffany on March 22 2021
LETTERS LIVE is the sell-out phenomenon celebrating the written word with inspirational letter readings from iconic stars of stage and screen. “Letters Live from the Archive: Union Chapel” features stunning performances from Taron Egerton, Claire Foy, Alan Carr, Thom Yorke, Jordan Stephens, Sue Perkins, Benedict Cumberbatch, Asa Butterfield, Adrian Edmondson, Olivia Colman, Damian Lewis, Louise Brealey, Helen McCrory and Nick Cave! Watch these one-in-a-lifetime performances from Letters Live, the live phenomenon which sells out in seconds, from your own home. The show will be available from 7pm on The Shows Must Go On! for 7 days, so don’t miss out!
Written by Tiffany on January 26 2021
Variety.com – Apple is nearing an order for the limited series “In with the Devil,” with Taron Egerton and Paul Walter Hauser onboard to star, Variety has learned.
The six-episode series would be based on the 2010 novel “In With The Devil: A Fallen Hero, A Serial Killer, and A Dangerous Bargain for Redemption” by James Keene and Hillel Levin. The book tells the story of Keene’s real life when he was sentenced to prison but offered his freedom in exchange for coaxing a confession out of a fellow inmate, a suspected serial killer.
The series is described as being told through the lens of an intimate relationship between two prisoners, exploring the lengths that people will go to in order to seek redemption, if true absolution is ever really possible, and if so, at what costs. Egerton would star in the Keene role.
Written by Tiffany on December 21 2020
A new movie poster and movie synopsis for Sing 2 has been released! Along with the new poster, additional cast members have been added including Halsey, Letitia Wright, and Pharrell to name a few.
Buster Moon and his friends must persuade reclusive rock star Clay Calloway to join them for the opening of a new show.
Written by Tiffany on December 17 2020
gqitalia.it – Taron Egerton, interviewed by Simona Siri, talks about his more disciplined and dedicated side to work and his love for acting, which blossomed a little by chance. “I must have been 15, and I started out more as a social business. At the time I had experimented with creativity in drawing, sculpture, and painting: it was a funny age, a weird period of adolescence, in which I felt a bit lost. I had a couple of friends who acted and I thought it would be fun to join them: from there, from that random start, I fell in love. The more I acted, the more satisfied I felt, the more I liked it, the more I realized it was a great way to express myself. Over time I think the feeling has changed, but at the time it was just a fire, which allowed me to be excessive and release the tension. Then, growing up, the attention turned to the narrative element. I’ve always been a great reader, but I’m not a writer. For me the only way to be part of storytelling is theater, to recite words written by others.