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Julita / June 17, 2017 / 0 Comments

Game Of Thrones star Natalie Dormer will return to London theatre to play an actress who turns up unannounced for an audition in black comedy Venus In Fur.

The actress will appear alongside Victoria’s David Oakes in the David Ives play, which will be directed by Patrick Marber, at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.

Based on Leopold von Sacher-Masoch’s 1870 novel, which inspired the term masochism, the play premiered off-Broadway in New York in 2010 before transferring to Broadway.

The new version will reunite Dormer with Marber after she played the title role in his play After Miss Julie at the Young Vic in 2012.

Natalie, 35, will play actress Vanda Jordan, who appears unannounced to audition for director Thomas Novachek, played by Oakes.

The production is set over one evening in downtown Manhattan, when the meeting between actress and director becomes a seductive dance.

Venus In Fur is at Theatre Royal Haymarket from October 6 to December 9

Source: irishnews.com

Julita / March 03, 2017 / 0 Comments

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Julita / February 23, 2017 / 0 Comments

When Mass Effect: Andromeda sets off on its mission to explore our nearest galactic neighbour in March, it’ll be taking a touch of Westerosi flavour with it as Game of Thrones’ Natalie Dormer joins the cast.

The sci-fi action RPG – developer BioWare’s first new entry in the series in five years – sees players controlling one of the two Ryder twins as they search for humanity’s new home. The game will feature Dormer as Dr Lexi T’Perro, an Asari physician and psychiatrist on board the Tempest, the game’s main spaceship, who will serve as a key ally for players as they venture around the Andromeda galaxy.

WIRED spoke with Dormer to discuss her shift into games, Lexi as a character, and how acting in the medium affects a performer.

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Julita / February 23, 2017 / 0 Comments

EA Games announced that Natalie joined the cast od their new video game – Mass Effect: Andromeda. Nat’s character is an Asari doctor who goes by the name Lexi T’Perro, and she’s the first person to greet the Andromeda’s lead when they wake from the 600 years of cryosleep that got them through the journey to a new galaxy.

EA revealed that “Dr Lexi is calm and compassionate with a feisty edge. Her role is to maintain crew fitness, both physical and mental, and research how the environments and situations they are exposed to throughout the Andromeda galaxy affect human biology and psychology.”

Mass Effect: Andromeda will be available on 23rd March on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Origin for PC. Below you can watch behind the scenes videos. Screen captures have been added into the gallery.

Laura / October 11, 2015 / 0 Comments

Executive producer of Elementary, Rob Doherty has let slip that Natalie is currently working on a film that she is writing and producing!

EW.Com – Doherty has asked Natalie Dormer to return to the show. Dormer played fan-favorite Moriarty, the former lover and nemesis to Sherlock, who once believed she was dead. Of course, the actress is quite busy, with both Game of Thrones and The Hunger Games to handle, as well as a film she’s writing and producing, according to Doherty, which is why they haven’t locked down Dormer for a future episode but hopes to have her return. “Natalie has proven to be as elusive as Moriarty,” Doherty joked. “Actually, we had the opportunity to talk a few weeks ago, to discuss a few possible scenarios for a return… but it presents obviously some logistical problems for us. But we’ll stay in touch and see what we can cook up.” Added Miller: “We shoot this show all year anyway, so when [Dormer] stops working, we’ll still be working.” Hey, there’s still hope!