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‘Birdsong’ Gallery Update

I’ve uploaded another batch of photos taken during the photocall for Birdsong yesterday. Check out the latest uploads to view what’s been added. Enjoy!

More photos will be added to the gallery as they become available!

Comments

Helaine said:

More photos!! Oh my, I’m so happy! :D

The pictures are wonderful! The 6th and 7th are so lovely! I can’t totally imagine me on Isabelle’s place, you know… lol

And Ben is lovely… lovely, lovely, lovely…

Thanks Steph, you’re the best! *-*

September 24th, 2010

Nightshade said:

Yes, Steph, you ARE the best! Thank you so much for these new photos.

@Helaine, yes, they are wonderful, Ben looks so gorgeous and cool, as in laid-back, relaxed …

And Genevieve looks lovely, too. I am sure they will develop some chemistry on the stage, if they don’t already (as that unpleasant review on LJ says). They look great in the pics.

September 24th, 2010

Galene said:

Stephanie, you are an enchantress! :) Thanks!
Ben is stunning!
(And of course – projections. There is no theatre production without projections on a set-flat in our times :) )

September 24th, 2010

Autumn ^_^ said:

Steph thank you so much for these new photos! Everytime I visit this site there’s always new pictures and it really makes my day!
So thank you!
I love these new pics! Ben is totally hawt! =)

September 24th, 2010

Nicole L. said:

yay more pictures!!!! :D

September 24th, 2010

Geo said:

Ohh, pretty good photos! Ben’s really handsome, even with the short hair cut, okay, he’s hansome anyway *o* Hope that more pics will appear, ya.

September 24th, 2010

Galene said:

Live feed in Leicester Square for the London Premiere of The Chronicles of Narnia, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader Live at the London Odeon Cinema on 30 November 2010.
:)

http://www.prlog.org/10952014-the-chronicles-of-narnia-the-voyage-of-the-dawn-treader-london-premiere-live.html

September 24th, 2010

Helaine said:

Thanks for the news, Galene! :D

Well, If I did my research correctly, Ben won’t have to worry about the Dawn Treader premiere. He can go from the London Odeon Cinema to the Comedy Theatre on foot if he wants! LOL

I guess he can attend both the premiere and the play, unless the time is too short… Am I right? õ.ô

September 24th, 2010

KeyKey2DaBenz (aka Bleep!) said:

Thanks for these photos Stephanie.

I like the look of this play-the set/stage.

I wonder what is happening in the pics? I still haven’t gotten my hands on a copy of Birdsong yet.

Ben is looking good here ;)

September 24th, 2010

Stephanie said:

I’ve added lots more ‘Birdsong’ pictures .. :)

September 25th, 2010

Helaine said:

Loved the new pictures!!

September 25th, 2010

Kimbers said:

These pictures are all so fab!

I love the way Stephen is looking at Isabelle in the boat scene *sigh* – Ben’s wonderful smoulder put to great use there! Ben is perfect of course & so is Genevieve – she is just spot-on- I wish I’d seen these pictures before reading the book for the first time because Isabelle didn’t really come alive for me in the book – but the whole stage cast are just wonderful, I have to say! I’m going to see it on Wednesday (!!!) & these pix have whetted my apetite even more!

September 25th, 2010

Autumn ^_^ said:

As usual he look dashingly handsome with a clean shaven face, though I prefer his bearded face and matching long wavy hair which makes him really hot! But that is plainly my opinion and not fitting to his role for birdsong.

September 25th, 2010

Geo said:

The new pictures are fascinating. Thanks Stephanie.

September 25th, 2010

Siobhan said:

Saw the play this afternoon. Didn’t think it was as good as the book but that isn’t Ben’s fault. He did the best he could with it…and woah, did he go for it. Oh yeah, and he is gorgeous!

September 25th, 2010

KeyKey2DaBenz (aka bleep!) said:

@Siobhan: “He did the best he could with it…and woah, did he go for it.”
That sounds so attractive, to me! ;) Ben going all out on stage doing what he does best! ;)

September 25th, 2010

Kimbers said:

I don’t think it’s very fair to compare the book & play too closely – they’re separate entities (Ben’s been through all this before with Narnia & Dorian Gray). Anyway, to be completely honest, I think the ‘love story’ part of the novel is sooo overrated & Stephen/Isabelle just didn’t move or particularly convince me at all; the characters didn’t come alive – especially the female characters. If it wasn’t for the thought of Ben as Stephen, I have to say I wouldn’t have enjoyed this book, or even have read it through to the end. The war bits are good though, to be fair.

September 26th, 2010

jane said:

Hallo from Russia. I think that it is difficult for Ben to return on the scene after cinema because in the film it is very easy to do beautiful picture. But on the scene you are open and all people see your mistakes at once. Ben must not worry about words of critics because word “charisma” is subjective. One man say that this actor with charisma other man say this actor without charisma. I love my enemys because they know my mistakes and say me about them and help me to become better .

September 27th, 2010

jane said:

Benole must love his critics too. I did not see in this role in the theatre but I know that this role about love. I love his role when Dorian is 46 years ago and he loved Emely. He played with charisma in the moment when he sayed: “I love you all heart” and killed himself. Ben must rememberthis role and will play on the scene also. And Ben must not see on people reaction (I see this thing on the fotos) and play with soul. I believe you. Good luck

September 27th, 2010

KeyKey2DaBenz (aka bleep!) said:

You tell ’em jane! I usually disagree with most “professional” critics and judges, for everything! (almost everything I like ‘they’ don’t!)…they just don’t understand art, or the heart.

September 27th, 2010