Last night, Taron attended the Universal Pictures and Focus Features Pre-Bafta Celebration which was held at the Chiltern Firehouse in London, England. Pictures from the event have been added to the gallery and can be seen below!
Written by Tiffany on March 13 2022
Written by Tiffany on February 14 2022
The first promotional images of Taron and the cast of Cock have been released! The show will be running at the Ambassador Theatre for 12 weeks only starting March 5, 2022. If you are in or near the London area and haven’t gotten tickets, you can purchase them here.
“The fact is that some of us like women and some like men and that’s fine that’s good in fact that’s good, a good thing, but it seems to me that you’ve become confused.”
In a world full of endless possibilities why must we still limit ourselves with labels?
Taron Egerton, Jonathan Bailey, Jade Anouka and Phil Daniels star in Mike Bartlett’s razor sharp play which redefines the battle of the sexes.cocktheplay.co.uk
Written by Tiffany on February 04 2022
Taron will appear on tonight’s episode of The Graham Norton Show. Two pictures from tonight’s show have been added to the gallery. Below you can also view a sneak peek of the episode. You can watch it tonight at 10:30pm on BBC One.
Written by Tiffany on December 13 2021
Comicbook.com – A fourth film in the Kingsman franchise and third which tells the story of Taron Egerton‘s Eggsy is all set to begin filming in September of 2022. While promoting The King’s Man, a prequel to Kingsman: The Secret Service and Kingsman: The Golden Circle which tells the World War I-era origin story of the spy group, the franchise’s producer and director Matthew Vaughn shared the news with ComicBook.com in an exclusive interview. “We’re all set to go,’ Vaughn said. ‘We start filming in September.” He teased that this Kingsman 3 will wrap up Eggsy’s story.
ComicBook.com’s full interview with Vaughn will be available on site and on the official ComicBook.com YouTube channel later this week. A Kingsman 3 is not exactly the big news here, as a script for the film had previously existed but its future was uncertain following Disney’s acquisition of Fox. “I’m really not allowed to say anything, but there is a script,” Egerton revealed in 2019. “It’s a really neat idea. That plan, at the moment, is that we’d like to do another one, one more time.” Egerton went on to get a bit sentimental about the role, telling fans he’d like to return to the role at least one more time so he could bid farewell to Eggsy in proper fashion.
Written by Tiffany on November 04 2021
See below for the newest trailer for Sing 2 as well as new movie posters and promotionals for the movie. Sing 2 will officially be hitting theaters on December 22, 2021 BUT luckily for us, there is a special access screening on November 27th and tickets can be bought here.
Written by Tiffany on September 24 2021
londontheatre.co.uk – Jonathan Bailey and Taron Egerton will star in a West End revival of Mike Bartlett’s Cock next year. Cock is at the Ambassadors Theatre from 5 March – 4 June 2022, and Cock tickets will be on sale exclusively on LondonTheatre.co.uk next week.
Cock follows a gay couple whose relationship is called into question when John takes a break from his boyfriend. While on a break, John meets the girl of his dreams, and must decide what path to take sexually.
The Olivier Award-winning actor Jonathan Bailey will star in Cock. Previously, he’s played Jamie in Company at the Gielgud Theatre and Tim Price in American Psycho at the Almeida Theatre. Bailey is currently starring as Anthony Bridgerton in the hit Netflix series Bridgerton, and is also in W1A and Crashing.
The Golden-Globe winning actor Taron Egerton joins the cast of Cock, making a return to the stage after an eight year hiatus. The Rocketman star portrayed Elton John in the hit biopic, but has also been in The Last of the Haussmans at the National Theatre and No Quarter at the Royal Court.
Jade Anouka joins the Cock cast as W, who has starred in The Phlebotomist and Doctor Faustus. Phil Daniels completes the company, last in This House at the Garrick Theatre.
Marianne Elliott will direct Cock. The creative team includes set designer Merle Hansel, lighting designer Paule Constable, sound designer, Ian Dickson, composer Femi Temowo, movement director Annie-Lunette Deakin-Foster, associate director Chloe Christian, and voice work by Hazel Holder.
Elliott said about Cock: “I feel so excited to be working on this beautifully crafted and hilarious play by Mike Bartlett. It keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout. A truly theatrical piece in that it asks the audience to enter the imagination of the storytelling – as only live theatre can do. It’s also all about the acting so to have such a talented, highly experienced, stellar cast is an absolute dream!”