I’ve updated the gallery with the newly released poster of Constantine Animation series & the key art that was released a while ago.
What are some of the fun eras you’ll visit this season?
We get Billy Zane and the circus [in the second episode]; we get a little Julius Caesar on the beach in Aruba in the premiere. We meet [new team member] Zari in this sort of dystopian future. We get to do a little Amblin alien episode back in the ’80s; we do some Jack the Ripper Victorian London; Golden Age of Hollywood; John Constantine doing an exorcism. We do a Freaky Friday episode. The only thing we haven’t been able to do: We really wanted to do an Abba “Waterloo” in then Napoleonic wars but we could not get the rights for the song. [Source]
Last week, I had the chance to see Matt on stage during a weekend performance of “Knives in Hens“. The play was amazing and Matt did a superb job. It was my first time seeing him on stage and I’m hoping it won’t be the last.
I got to sit down with Matt after the play for a mini interview, these were his answers.
Matt about the Play: It’s so intense and concentrated and the thing is, it’s not literal, it’s very symbolic and metaphorical and ambiguous, lots of questions are deliberately left unanswered. The play I think is very filmic, with the lighting and the pictures and the sensuality of it.
Matt about the Cast: The way we work together as actors, very early on we did a lot of physical work so that when we came to it, we’re way used to each other’s bodies. Getting used to the physicality of that so that there’s no fear for us as actors.
Matt about the Director: Our director is unbelievable, [Yaël Farber] she’s such a special human being and director.
Matt about any future projects: (smirks) Maybe.
Knives in Hens runs until October 7, so make sure to try and see him before the show runs end.
Last night was the opening night of Matt’s new play “Knives in Hens”. All the review praise the play so far and I can’t wait to see it. If you live in the UK and would like to see the play, make sure to participate in our twitter giveaway.
I’ve updated the gallery with additional rehearsal photos, newly released production stills and photos from the cast after party yesterday.
I tweeted a while ago asking our followers & fellow Matt fans to share some of their pictures with us if they ever attended a convention and got to meet Matt. With a huge thanks to Kim & Kate, we updated the gallery with photos of Matt during his appearance in Indy Pop Con last July, enjoy!
I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Matt during the rehearsal of his upcoming play Knives in Hens. Check out the official Donmer Warehouse website for tickets as they’re selling fast and head to the gallery to see Matt in action.
A couple of years ago, Matt was part of an indie movie called Away with Juno Temple & Timothy Spall. Matt plays Dax, the abusive boyfriend of Juno’s character Ria. The movie was finally released on UK’s iTunes a few weeks ago and I was able to get my hand on a copy.
I’ve updated the gallery with over 800 high quality screencaptures of Matt in the movie, enjoy!
Another year passed and I can’t believe how fast it went. July 27 marks the third anniversary of the site being online! It honestly feels like just a few months ago when I saw Matt’s first look as Constantine and I just fell in love right there. We’d like to thank Matt for being the awesome guy he is,
and maybe 2017 is the year I finally get to fly to the UK to see him on Stage!
With a huge thanks to my friend Don for the tip, Matt have joined the cast of a small production that will run over the few couple of months in London titled ‘Knives in Hens‘.
‘I have no name for the thing which is in my head. It is not envy. It is more than envy. It does not scare me. I must look close enough to look at what it is.’
A ploughman and his wife live a simple existence in a pre-industrial time until they, along with the hated local miller, are drawn into a struggle of knowledge, power and attraction.
David Harrower’s haunting play established him as one of the UK’s leading contemporary playwrights. Multi-award-winning director Yaël Farber brings her own distinctive style to this tense, modern classic.’
The play will be performed starting 17 August 2017 – 7 October 2017 in Donmar Warehouse in London. You can check the official play page for details about tickets and workshops
I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Matt attending the Heores & Villians Convention in London last month.