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no Mandrake or Mary

Project updates: According to Coming Soon, MGM has announced the official cast for Mandrake the Magician. Jonathan is no longer involved in the project. Jonathan was originally set for the main role, but the role has now gone to Hayden Christensen with a new director. Additionally, because of scheduling conflicts (the last season of The Tudors starts filming next month) and delays with the production starting, Jonathan is no longer involved in the Mary, Mother of Christ project anymore. Sources: First Showing, Coming Soon

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Plate for Parkinson’s

Jonathan has designed and signed a special plate that is currently being auctioned on Ebay in support of the Parkinson Society Maritime Region. Proceeds from the sale of this plate and other celebrity plates, benefits the Parkinson Society Maritime Region’s efforts to fund research, support services and education about this disease. There are still 7 days left to bid on Jonathan’s plate.

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Upcoming TV appearance & Gallery Update

An appearance Jonathan taped on the Regis and Kelly Show back on March 31st is now set to air on May 4th. Check your local listings for showtimes. Also, Jonny recently attended the premiere of “The Soloist” in Los Angeles. Images have been added to the Gallery along with a few other updates: The Soloist premiere +24 The Tudors Season 3 stills +34 The Tudors Season 2 stills +2

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Monte Carlo Television Festival

From the IFTN comes the news that Jonathan has been nominated for another award due to his amazing work in “The Tudors”. He’ll be up against co-star and acting legend Peter O’Toole: Irish Talent Nominated for Monte Carlo TV Fest 16 Apr 2009 Irish television productions ‘Killinaskully’, ‘Raw’ and ‘The Tudors’ along with ‘The IT Crowd’ creator by Graham Linehan and ‘Merlin’ actors’ Colin Morgan and Katie McGrath have all be nominated for 49th Monte Carlo Television Festival taking place from 7 – 11 June 2009. Both Michael Parke,...

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Tudors 4th Season

From Entertainment Weekly: ‘The Tudors’: Showtime renews drama for a fourth season Apr 13, 2009, 03:39 PM | by Jeremy Medina Fresh off of passing on a number of buzzworthy prospective pilots (including a spinoff of The L Word and a pilot written and directed by Tim Robbins), Showtime has announced it will renew historical drama series The Tudors for a fourth and final season, according to Variety. The 10-episode season will debut in the spring of 2010. Series creator and executive producer Michael Hirst will also be back...

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