A few early notices for Jonathan’s performance as Henry VIII in “The Tudors”: Jonathan Rhys Meyers brings virile wattage to this 10-part project as young King Henry VIII — whose onscreen image has normally resembled Orson Welles in “Touch of Evil” — in a narrative that meanders occasionally during its first six installments but seldom fails to entertain. – Variety
Jonathan will be making another appearance on The View. This time promoting “The Tudors” on Thursday, March 29. TVGuide.com is listing that Jonathan will be a guest on the show again on Wednesday, April 4 but there’s no confirmation of this yet on ABC’s website. Stay tuned as there is bound to be more TV appearances for “The Tudors” promotion blitz. Reviews are just now starting to come in. Another post will follow highlighting some of the early notices. The general consensus is very positive!
Great news for those who want to catch Jonathan in his Golden Globe winning performance as Elvis again! Showtime is reairing “Elvis” on March 31st at 8:00pm. It’s 3 hours long without commercials breaks.
Brightcove is one of the various places you can watch the first two episodes of “The Tudors” online (word is they have been edited to remove some nudity from the version that will air on Showtime). They also have several of the trailers and features up in good quality. Showtime’s Youtube channel has also posted some of the new clips. Showtime is also running a sweepstakes contest for some pretty cool prizes. Below is the Star Rising clip all about Jonny that is a must for any fan:
From LA Daily News comes word that “August Rush” may be released in October: ROCK MUSICAL `AUGUST RUSH’ STARS JONATHAN RHYS MEYERS, KERI RUSSELL: It now looks like a mid-October release date for Warner Bros. “August Rush” — the unusual Jonathan Rhys Meyers-Keri Russell-Robin Williams-Freddie Highmore film with fantasy elements that was once expected this past February. Consider the more prestigious debut date an in-house endorsement of the film. “It’s a rock musical about a child prodigy,” says Five for Fighting’s John Ondrasik, who supplied a tune for the...