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Patrick Stewart Plays 'F—, Marry, Kill' with Thomas Middleditch Using Star Trek Characters (VIDEO)

Variety - ‎2 hours ago‎
“Who would you want to have sexual intercourse with, who would you want to marry, and then who would you want to kill out of the following three: Will Riker, Deanna Troi and Data?

Why 'Green Room' Scared Big Bad Villain Patrick Stewart From The Very Beginning

Indie Wire - ‎1 hour ago‎
Between his turns as "Star Trek: The Next Generation"s Captain Jean-Luc Picard, "X-Men"s Professor X, and his tremendous Twitter account, Patrick Stewart is a widely beloved star with a playful yet prestigious persona. But the English thespian who got ...
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Review: With a neo-Nazi Patrick Stewart, the survival film 'Green Room' is diabolically good

Minneapolis Star Tribune - ‎Apr 28, 2016‎
Shortly after that, Darcy (Patrick Stewart), the grubby hellhole's proprietor and drug kingpin for the white supremacist thugs, arrives to control the situation.
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Patrick Stewart sketch: what has the ECHR ever done for us? - video

The Guardian - ‎Apr 25, 2016‎
After Theresa May says Britain should leave the European convention on human rights, Patrick Stewart, Adrian Scarborough and Sarah Solemani expose the problems in the Conservative plan for a UK bill of rights.

Watch: The Guardian teams up with Patrick Stewart for Pythonesque EU parody

PRWeek - ‎Apr 26, 2016‎
Watch: The Guardian teams up with Patrick Stewart for Pythonesque EU parody. April 26, 2016 by Khidr Suleman , Be the first to comment.
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Wolverine 3: Richard E Grant officially joins Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart for sequel

International Business Times UK - ‎Apr 27, 2016‎
British actor Richard E. Grant has joined the growing cast of the second Wolverine sequel. The 58-year-old will appear alongside Patrick Stewart, Boyd Holbrook and of course Hugh Jackman, in the James Mangold-directed instalment. As first announced by ...

Patrick Stewart channels Monty Python to defend human rights

SBS - ‎Apr 26, 2016‎
Captain Picard was pretty big on defending human rights (aliens too we guess...) so it's nice to see that the man that played him is a pretty big believer in it as well and has even gone so far as remaking a classic Monty Python sketch to make his ...

Week in Film: Fassbinder Gets His Doc and Patrick Stewart Plays a Punk Choker

Bedford + Bowery - ‎35 minutes ago‎
Is there anyone more punk than Patrick Stewart? Apparently there is, and it's Patrick Stewart on a murderous rampage, hellbent on killing a little punk band for no apparent reason.
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'Green Room' Scared Patrick Stewart Into Setting His House Alarm

Variety - ‎Apr 22, 2016‎
Patrick Stewart's general policy when he receives a script is, if it looks like it won't be very interesting, he just reads it on his computer.
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Damien Molony, Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart and Owen Teale in No Man's Land

London Theatre 1 - ‎Apr 27, 2016‎
Molony joins the previously announced Ian McKellen as 'Spooner', Patrick Stewart as 'Hirst' and Owen Teale as 'Briggs' in Sean Mathias' production, which will tour venues across the UK from 3 August ahead of a limited run at London's Wyndham's Theatre ...

Watch Neon Indian Rate Ted Cruz, Guy Fieri, Patrick Stewart, More on "Over/Under"

Pitchfork Media - ‎Apr 25, 2016‎
Today, Pitchfork.tv presents a new episode of "Over/Under," the interview series in which artists evaluate a series of topics, declaring whether they're overrated or underrated.
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'Green Room' Creator Jeremy Saulnier on Skinheads, Ultra-Violence and Patrick Stewart

Observer - ‎Apr 25, 2016‎
Jeremy Saulnier is making quite a name for himself. After his low-budget, Kickstarter-funded thriller Blue Ruin premiered at Cannes in 2013, it became a cult hit; bolstered, in part, by a stint on Netflix for people who couldn't make it all the way to ...

Patrick Stewart reciting Shakespeare will send shivers down your spine

Mashable - ‎Apr 22, 2016‎
"There's one that sticks in mind and I've always loved it, and it's a little dark, it's a little discouraging... but nevertheless it's from As You Like It and these lines are spoken by Rosalind, a character I've always felt I should play," Stewart says ...

Patrick Stewart in Drag in LA April 2016

POPSUGAR - ‎Apr 19, 2016‎
Patrick Stewart may be 75 years old, but he's still full of surprises. On Monday night, the Hollywood mainstay attended a screening of Blunt Talk in LA .
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Patrick Stewart Shows Off His Acting Skills By Paying Tribute To William Shakespeare

UPROXX - ‎Apr 23, 2016‎
In case you somehow weren't aware, April 24th 2016 is the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death. A slew of big events and celebrations are occurring in the English town of Stratford-upon-Avon where the playwright was born and died, but all around ...

Patrick Stewart turns to a glamorous woman for US sitcom promotion

GMA News - ‎Apr 21, 2016‎
English actor Patrick Stewart, best-known for starring in science fiction franchises “Star Trek” and “X-Men,” is almost unrecognizable when he headed to a Hollywood event this week to promote his new American sitcom “Blunt Talk.

'Green Room': Patrick Stewart has fun being bad in dark thriller

Toronto Sun - ‎Apr 22, 2016‎
Other British actors may bemoan the tendency of Hollywood to stereotype them as villains. Patrick Stewart believes he's been missing out.

Patrick Stewart Does Drag, Looks Like A Cougar Helen Mirren

NewNowNext - ‎Apr 20, 2016‎
Before heading out for a Hollywood event Monday night to talk about the show, which follows the antics of a British ex-pat starring in an American nightly news program, the 75-year-old Stewart took to Twitter with an image that sent fans into an ...
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The Inspiration Behind Patrick Stewart's White Supremacist Leader In “Green Room”

BuzzFeed News - ‎Apr 16, 2016‎
Patrick Stewart is best known for his portrayal of the incorruptible Capt. Jean-Luc Picard on Star Trek: The Next Generation, and the equally upstanding Charles Xavier in the X-Men movies - men who rarely, if ever, resort to physical violence.
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