• Reply to: Happy Birthday Dan!   2 years 30 weeks ago

    MANY HAPPY AND SUCCESSFUL YEARS AHEAD, DAN! I'LL BE WATCHING.....
    j/USA

  • Reply to: Happy Birthday Dan!   2 years 32 weeks ago

    Great photo Dan. One of your best! Keep making great movies. Am very proud of you. PG

  • Reply to: Happy Birthday Dan!   2 years 32 weeks ago

    Wishing you Happy Birthday from a very,very devoted fan. May you have a wonderful year , with lots of new projects. You are the best

  • Reply to: Happy Birthday Dan!   2 years 32 weeks ago

    Wishing you the happiest of birthday's today, Dan! We, your fans, love you so much and wish you a wonderful day. You're the best!!! Love watching you act. You're wonderful. Blessings.

  • Reply to: Happy Birthday Dan!   2 years 32 weeks ago

    Dan, you are held so dear by your fans!

    Have a wonderful day, and we will all look forward to another wonderful year!

    Thank you!

  • Reply to: Dan Stevens in Brooklyn - New Yorker interview   2 years 32 weeks ago

    With best wishes for a very Happy Birthday & a BIG thank you for such an exciting year!

  • Reply to: Dan Stevens in Brooklyn - New Yorker interview   2 years 32 weeks ago

    It's almost Oct 10 where I am (US- Pacific Standard Time) so I am shouting my best wishes to you across the miles - HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DAN! Wishing you all the best!

  • Reply to: Coming Up   2 years 32 weeks ago

    Dan's reading of The Coral Thief, originally broadcast in 2010, is being repeated -
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00pqfb3

    Good news!

  • Reply to: The Guest: Moviefone interview   2 years 33 weeks ago

    Can't wait to see this film, and so enjoy all the interviews with Dan, who always shows his intelligence and courtesy in all of them. A man for all seasons....and all roles!
    j/USA

  • Reply to: The Guest: Moviefone interview   2 years 33 weeks ago

    There is a website that shows screenings of The Guest in the UK
    http://icon.powio.com/gb/the-guest/

  • Reply to: The Guest: Moviefone interview   2 years 33 weeks ago

    I am so pleased to hear this. Sadly the UK screenings were rather more limited. The good news is that at least the film will be available to download via iTunes, later this year.

  • Reply to: The Guest: Moviefone interview   2 years 33 weeks ago

    "The Guest" will be shown in 500 cinemas on Oct 10th! How wonderful as it will be Dan's birthday!

    What a way to celebrate! On to greater achievements, Dan! You are a very talented actor, and a truly wonderful guy.

  • Reply to: The Guest: Moviefone interview   2 years 33 weeks ago

    There are so many good interviews available now, with particular reference to The Guest & A Walk Among The Tombstones. Well done Dan!

  • Reply to: The Guest: Vanity Fair and other interviews   2 years 33 weeks ago

    Dan is wonderful in these interviews. He is insanely gorgeous and extremely talented!!! Congratulations Dan for all your hard work, it certainly paid off!!!

    From Boston, with love:)

  • Reply to: Coming Up   2 years 34 weeks ago

    BBC Radio 4 Extra are repeating some episodes of Dickens Confidential.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01ms5x9

    Well worth listening to.

  • Reply to: The Guest: Vanity Fair and other interviews   2 years 34 weeks ago

    So pleased for Dan & all the team that were involved with The Guest!
    An action packed fun thriller with plenty of twists. It benefits from being seen at least twice, if not more.

  • Reply to: The Guest: Vanity Fair and other interviews   2 years 34 weeks ago

    Dan did such a fabulous job in all the interviews and looked wonderful. I hope he can take a vacation with his family now.

  • Reply to: The Guest: new photos & interviews   2 years 35 weeks ago

    click on the link below to see Dan in an interview with Peter Travis - talking about the Guest, but also about his love of "Big Trouble in Little China" and making the web short "High Maintenance."

    http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/dan-stevens-interview-2014-downton-abbey...

    I wished Dan sung, but he didn't. He promised to . . . next time.

  • Reply to: The Guest: new photos & interviews   2 years 35 weeks ago
  • Reply to: The Guest: US press tour interviews and pics   2 years 36 weeks ago

    To open the our Sunday paper, (The Arizona Republic) and find two wonderful though brief articles about Dan and his upcoming films. The first a telephone interview re "The Guest", with our resident film critic, and then a delightful picture and brief "What You Don"t Know About Me" item in the USA TODAY segment. What a lovely way to start the day...
    j/USA

  • Reply to: The Guest: new interviews & photos   2 years 36 weeks ago

    The Guest will be screened tonight at the TIFF 2014. (Toronto International Film Festival). I believe this is the final pre-release screening, and still the reviews from all quarters are amazing! Congratulations to Dan, all the cast & production team!
    Having been released in the UK on Sept. 5th, the first box office figures indicate a brilliant opening for the film.

  • Reply to: The Guest: new interviews & photos   2 years 36 weeks ago

    How dreamy and talented can Mr. Stevens get? I am definitely going to order my copies of the upcoming audiobooks so he can reading me "bedtime stories" each night!
    A portion of the narration will be in ANCIENT GREEK (as a sampler to students to hear Homer's epic poem in its original form)! So wonderful!

    http://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Dan-Stevens-Narrates-Robert-Fitzger...

    Here's the article:

    English stage and screen actor Dan Stevens has narrated a new and exciting production of the Fitzgerald translation of The Iliad and The Odyssey for Macmillan Audio. The new programs will go on sale on September 16, 2014.

    Robert Fitzgerald's translations of The Iliad and The Odyssey are the best-loved modern translations of the greatest of all epic poems. Since 1961, Fitzgerald's translation of The Odyssey has sold more than two million copies, and it is the standard translation for three generations of students and poets. Of the many translations published since World War II, only Fitzgerald's has won admiration as a great poem in English.

    Macmillan Audio is delighted to publish the new audio editions of these classic works. Fitzgerald's supple verse is ideally suited to the story of Odysseus' battle epic and long journey back to his wife and home, and the melodious narration of the incomparable Dan Stevens succeeds in further electrifying the story. Homer's tale of love, adventure, food and drink, sensual pleasure, and mortal danger is brought to life for English speakers with this perfect combination of translation and reader.

    The Iliad and The Odyssey are part of an oral tradition, and although people have been reading them for centuries in written form, audio is actually the original method through which to enjoy these works. In a clear, controlled, and authoritative voice, Dan Stevens brings listeners back to the original method through which Homer's stories were meant to be absorbed. His narration makes these complex and intricate verses easy for students to comprehend, making them ideal for inclusion in classroom curriculums and study-guides.

    Each audiobook also includes a portion of the poem read in the ancient Greek so that listeners may experience the lyricism and music of the original language.

    The programs will be available wherever audiobooks are sold in stores and online.

    Dan Steven stars in the upcoming theatrical releases The Guest, A Walk Among The Tombstones, The Cobbler, and Night at the Museum III. Television credits include Downton Abbey, Sense & Sensibility, Dracula, and Frankenstein.Theater Credits include The Heiress on Broadway and Arcadia in the West End. Previous audiobook narrations include And Then There Were None and Murder on the Orient Express. Stevens was also part of the Judging Panel for the Man Booker Prize in 2012, has contributed a regular column to The Sunday Telegraph, and is the Editor-at-Large for The Junket, an online literary quarterly. He resides in New York.

  • Reply to: The Iliad & Odyssey interview - Entertainment Weekly   2 years 36 weeks ago

    Dan Stevens is getting such great reviews for "The Guest," and I think he will also be winning awards for his upcoming narrations of the Iliad and Odyssey! Here is feature in: Broadway World
    http://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Dan-Stevens-Narrates-Robert-Fitzger...

    English stage and screen actor Dan Stevens has narrated a new and exciting production of the Fitzgerald translation of The Iliad and The Odyssey for Macmillan Audio. The new programs will go on sale on September 16, 2014.

    Robert Fitzgerald's translations of The Iliad and The Odyssey are the best-loved modern translations of the greatest of all epic poems. Since 1961, Fitzgerald's translation of The Odyssey has sold more than two million copies, and it is the standard translation for three generations of students and poets. Of the many translations published since World War II, only Fitzgerald's has won admiration as a great poem in English.

    Macmillan Audio is delighted to publish the new audio editions of these classic works. Fitzgerald's supple verse is ideally suited to the story of Odysseus' battle epic and long journey back to his wife and home, and the melodious narration of the incomparable Dan Stevens succeeds in further electrifying the story. Homer's tale of love, adventure, food and drink, sensual pleasure, and mortal danger is brought to life for English speakers with this perfect combination of translation and reader.

    The Iliad and The Odyssey are part of an oral tradition, and although people have been reading them for centuries in written form, audio is actually the original method through which to enjoy these works. In a clear, controlled, and authoritative voice, Dan Stevens brings listeners back to the original method through which Homer's stories were meant to be absorbed. His narration makes these complex and intricate verses easy for students to comprehend, making them ideal for inclusion in classroom curriculums and study-guides. Each audiobook also includes a portion of the poem read in the ancient Greek so that listeners may experience the lyricism and music of the original language. The programs will be available wherever audiobooks are sold in stores and online.

    Dan Steven stars in the upcoming theatrical releases The Guest, A Walk Among The Tombstones, The Cobbler, and Night at the Museum III. Television credits include Downton Abbey, Sense & Sensibility, Dracula, and Frankenstein.Theater Credits include The Heiress on Broadway and Arcadia in the West End. Previous audiobook narrations include And Then There Were None and Murder on the Orient Express. Stevens was also part of the Judging Panel for the Man Booker Prize in 2012, has contributed a regular column to The Sunday Telegraph, and is the Editor-at-Large for The Junket, an online literary quarterly. He resides in New York.

  • Reply to: The Guest: Beating off Good Morning Britain and other interviews   2 years 36 weeks ago

    Available to pre-order from iTunes now.
    For those who are unable to get to a cinema showing this fantastic film, or want to see it again, it is now possible to pre-order the digital download version from iTunes.

  • Reply to: The Guest: Beating off Good Morning Britain and other interviews   2 years 36 weeks ago

    The amazing soundtrack from The Guest will be available for digital download on September 16th from Amazon UK & US.

  • Reply to: The Guest: Beating off Good Morning Britain and other interviews   2 years 37 weeks ago

    ..can be heard on the Listen Back option for the Newstalk FM The Picture Show. First broadcast on September 6th.
    http://www.newstalk.ie/player/shows/The_Picture_Show/25/12603/06th_Septe...

    Dan's interview starts about 16 minutes in.

  • Reply to: The Guest: Beating off Good Morning Britain and other interviews   2 years 37 weeks ago

    I am very impressed by Dan Stevens. A really good guy. The following is a quote from an interview from Irish Times - in which Dan Stevens speaks about being a dad.

    “Having children is wonderful for an actor, I think,” he says “Partly because they remind you about so many great things in life that have nothing to do with work and also because an actor is interested in people and character and personality. So watching two little humans grow up is so very exciting.”

  • Reply to: The Guest: Beating off Good Morning Britain and other interviews   2 years 37 weeks ago

    Found the link that works! Lovely interview with that lovely British gentleman. Dan manages to field anything with humor....and that charm.
    J/USA

  • Reply to: The Guest: Beating off Good Morning Britain and other interviews   2 years 37 weeks ago

    TRIED MY BEST TO GET THIS INTERVIEW, COULD NOT BRING IT ABOUT, REGISTERING ITV KEPT ASKING THE SAME STUPID QUESTION...POST CODE..I ONLY HAVE ONE AND ITS THE RIGHT ONE! DISAPPOINTED, SOUNDS LIKE IT WAS A FUN INTERVIEW...

  • Reply to: The Guest: Beating off Good Morning Britain and other interviews   2 years 37 weeks ago

    Dan giggled with extreme embarrassment, but still managed to be remain genuinely nice and good-humored about the question of "beating off so many American men. . . "

    And then her really embarrassing question about what Dan thought - seeing the Men Health's cover photo of the fellow host. . . Dan was speechless! And she remarked on his reaction too!

    The interviewer just wanted to take Dan up on his offer for her to "cuddle" him . . . She was too smitten to think and talk properly. I think I would have behaved the same way if Dan Stevens were sitting within arm's reach of me!

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