It looks like the press for Therese Raquin have already started and I couldn’t be happier. I’ve updated the gallery with 13 photos of Matt attending the kick off party of Roubdabout’s season with the cast of the play. You can check them out by clicking on the thumbnails below:
Regarding how Constantine will fit in on the show, it turns out he will be involved in a big question going into this season – just how will Sara Lance be resurrected? After all, Sara was killed at the start of Season 3, but we know she’ll be back as a part of the upcoming spinoff DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, with Caity Lotz returning as Sara and her new alter ego, White Canary. [more at source]
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Matt Ryan, who starred as the title character on NBC’s short-lived DC Comics drama, will reprise his role on an episode of Arrow’s fourth season.
Ryan’s John Constantine — who struggles with his faith as he is haunted by the sins of his past and suddenly is thrust into the role of defending humanity from the gathering forces of darkness — will guest-star in the fifth episode of Arrow’s fourth season, titled “Haunted.”
According to a description sent by The CW, Constantine will provide valuable support to Oliver (Stephen Amell) when arrows just won’t suffice.
“We are thrilled to have Matt Ryan reprise the role of John Constantine on an upcoming episode of Arrow. Matt is an incredibly talented actor and his portrayal of this beloved character was always something we admired,” said Arrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim in a statement. “The introduction of magic and mysticism on the show this season has provided a truly organic opportunity for us to bring John Constantine to Arrow and the CW’s DC universe. It will be a well-deserved tip of the hat to all the Constantine fans who were so incredibly supportive of that series.”
The news comes after Arrow star Amell offered to guest on Constantine if the drama were to see a second season — anywhere. Star Ryan, meanwhile, responded with enthusiasm and noted that it would be a “real pleasure to explore these guys’ dynamic.” [more at source]
As I mentioned earlier, I was able to get my hands on a copy of one of Matt’s earliest TV projects in 2004, titled Mine all Mine. You can check out the screencaptures of the episodes by clicking on the preview:
Last year around March, the first picture of Matt as John Constantine was released and I was sold on both the actor and the show.
On July 27th, 2014 Matt Ryan Daily first opened it’s doors to all you amazing viewers and here we are one year later! We want to thank each and everyone of you for all the support you’ve given us. And to Matt for acknowledging us by favouriting & retweeting some of our site tweets.
We can’t wait to get the site active again when Matt starts promoting Therese Raquin, which you can already book your ticket to attend.
To celebrate the site’s birthday, I’ll be posting a small gallery update with one of Matt’s earlier projects in 2004.
Thanks again for visiting the site and a special thanks for my friend Nicole who made an updated version of our header to celebrate the site’s birthday.
Matt had a small guest role in Holby Blues in it’s second season. I’ve updated the gallery with screencaptures of his appearance:
I’ve updated the gallery with the official poster for Matt & his best friend Joseph’s newest movie 500 North Miles. You can check it out by clicking on the preview below:
While looking around, I stumped upon the new trailer of a new movie of Matt’s that has a upcoming release date in November 2015. You can watch the trailer below & check out the screencaps of the trailer in the gallery!
Matt Ryan, the star of NBC series “Constantine,” and Judith Light have signed on to appear in the Roundabout Theater Company’s upcoming Broadway production of “Therese Raquin,” headlined by Keira Knightley in her Broadway debut.
Ryan will play the man whose passionate affair with protagonist Therese (Knightley) turns dangerous in the production set for an October opening. The show marks Ryan’s Broadway bow, although in the U.K. he’s been a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company since 2004. (“Constantine,” the TV series in which he played the title character, did not get renewed for a second season on NBC.)
Gabriel Ebert, a Tony winner for his performance in musical “Matilda,” is also on board for Helen Edmundson’s stage adaptation of the Emile Zola novel. He’ll play the Camille, Therese’s caddish husband, with Light, the “Transparent” actress who’s won two Tonys (“Other Desert Cities,” “The Assembled Parties”), portraying Camille’s domineering mother. Evan Cabnet (“The Model Apartment”) directs.
“Therese Raquin” is part of a Broadway season at the Roundabout that also includes Clive Owen in “Old Times,” Laura Benanti and Josh Radnor in “She Loves Me” and Jessica Lange in “Long Day’s Journey Into Night.” [source]