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Media sources are reporting that Richard will not be returning to the role of Romeo in the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company production of ROMEO & JULIETTE. If you remember both Richard and his understudy, Tom Hanson both suffered injuries as a result of one of the fight scenes. Richard unfortunately hasn’t recovered as quickly as he’d hoped. We here at RICHARD MADDEN ONLINE wish him the speediest recovery.

Richard Madden will not return to Kenneth Branagh’s Romeo and Juliet

Madden has not been able to recover from an ankle injury as quickly as hoped
Will Longman • London, West End • 3 Aug 2016

Last month, it was announced Freddie Fox would step in to share the role of Romeo with Madden after his understudy, Tom Hanson, also suffered a leg injury and was unable to perform.

However, Madden will no longer be able return to the production as his ankle has not healed as quickly as hoped. Whilst doctors have prescribed further rest, he is still expected to make a full recovery.

Fox will continue to play Romeo until the production closes on 13 August. He joined the play on 26 July following a 48 hour period of rehearsals.

Romeo and Juliet runs at the Garrick until 13 August.

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For those of you who follow Richard’s Twitter feed, you likely know he’s had to pull out of the Garrick Theatre production of ROMEO & JULIETTE due to an injury he sustained in the production. He apparently sprained his ankle and has to ice it four times a day.

‘Game Of Thrones’ Star Richard Madden Pulls Out Of Theatre Performance With ‘Injury’

Richard Madden’s many fans were disappointed last night to miss the former ‘Game of Thrones’ star on stage in ‘Romeo and Juliet’.

Richard was forced to pull out of Kenneth Branagh’s production at London’s Garrick Theatre, “due to indisposition”.

The Mirror reported that the actor, who played Robb Stark previously on ‘Game of Thrones’, had been injured. His absence follows his sharing a picture on social media of his ankle on ice, and revealing that he was forced to perform with a “f***ed ankle”.

He wrote: ”Still buzzing from last night. What an amazing thing to have been part of. My ankle has now got me in a world of pain but totally worth it!”

His most recent update came a week ago, when he wrote that he wasn’t having any fun, with his leg shaved up to the knee. He said:

The actor was also touched by a picture of his fellow cast and crew sharing a picture of them all putting their ankle in ice, in sympathy with Richard who tweeted:

“I have to ice my ankle 4 times a day. This is what the company just sent me. Finest people I’ve ever met. Love.”

No word yet on how long Richard will be out of action.

‘Downton Abbey’ and ‘War and Peace’ star Lily James co-stars as Juliet in the production, with Derek Jacobi and Meera Syal also in lead roles. The show is set to run until 13 August.

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On behalf of RMO :: RICHARD MADDEN ONLINE, I’d like to take this time to wish Richard the happiest of birthdays. Today he turns a ripe, young 30 years on this planet. It is with my sincere wish that Richard is spending the day with those he loves and with as much love as he can get. He deserves it.



I’ve some new event images of Richard for you, on this day before his birthday. Please enjoy and think of Richard and that tomorrow he’ll be a ripe, young thirty. Yes, our little boy is growing up.

  • [021] EVENT IMAGES: 11/14/2015 – 9th Roma Fiction Fest – Day Four
  • [004] EVENT IMAGES: 02/20/2016 – Mr. Porter Fifth Birthday Celebration
  • [019] EVENT IMAGES: 05/25/2016 – “Romeo And Juliet” – Press Night – After Party
  • [003] EVENT IMAGES: 05/27/2016 – London Celebrity Sightings


New scans added to the gallery. This time an interview with Richard and his BASTILLE DAY co-star Idris Elba. I’ll copy below Richard’s part of the interview where he’s asked by TF about the film and about GAME OF THRONES.

  • [002] SCANS: TOTAL FILM MAY 2016

 

RICHARD MADDEN :: The Thrones star talks stunts, working with Idris Elba and training to be a pickpocket

How did you prepare to play a thief?
I practised a lot because we tried to make it all as believable as possible. I said to James [Watkins, director] when we first met: “It can’t just be magic. Anything I steal in the movie, any sleight of hand things I do, I want to actually do it.”

Describe your character…
He’s a street rat, a lone wolf type, but he’s got a wit and a comedy and a fastness about him. The character you see 10 scenes deep into the film is a very different to when you first see him. And then, 30 scenes into the film, you’re seeing someone different again.

How did you cope with the action scenes?
I did a lot of training. For about six weeks I’d go to a big studio in Ealing, and every day there’d be platforms 15 feet high on different levels and I’d be chased on them. So I’d be jumping, running, swinging, diving under things, kicking down things, punching people…

How has it been working with Idris?
On the first few days on set, we were doing a scene in a car and I just started to fuck about, improvising between takes, and then I’m improvising during the takes and we started to have this really great rapport. We finished that and thought, “If the film’s like this, then we could have something really good on our hands”.

How does this differ from your previous roles?
It’s good to be out of period clothes. It’s really good to not be on a horse. It’s really great to just be playing a modern part. It’s much harder to improvise with period language. When it’s modern, we can play and we’re constantly working to try to make it really interesting. ML



I have some production stills from Richard’s current run as Romeo Montague in the Kenneth Branagh directed theatre production of ROMEO & JULIETTE. Here Richard stars with his CINDERELLA co-star Lilly James. The production also stars Dame Judi Dench and Sir Derek Jacobi. I’m sorry I don’t have higher quality images. I prefer to give you the best resolution I can, but I don’t think you’ll mind this time.

  • [013] PRODUCTION STILLS: ROMEO & JULIETTE

     



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