• Reply to: Agent of Influence - Jaguar USA   2 years 40 weeks ago

    His voice is perfect! And the charm...the elegance...Everything in this man! Excellent advertising!

  • Reply to: Agent of Influence - Jaguar USA   2 years 40 weeks ago

    Love this guy. I could watch him all day. He's so amazing. :)

  • Reply to: Empire Magazine's Breakout Star of 2014   2 years 42 weeks ago

    Lovely, lovely, Dan the Breakout Star indeed! Even tho he broke my heart crashing that car in Downton! I forgive and look forward to each and every film/tv show etc he is in, in fact, my Daughter and I are going to see Night At The Museum tomorrow!
    j/USA

  • Reply to: Night at the Museum 3: Good Morning Britain interview   2 years 43 weeks ago

    Someone kindly collated some of the many positive reviews that Dan has received for his role as Sir Lancelo

    " Stevens’ seems to have a flair for comedy and gives more ammunition to the notion that he’s a mega-star just waiting to happen. He’d be my choice for Snake Plisken if that ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK reboot winds up getting made (he would have been a great Kyle Reese in TERMINATOR: GENISYS). (x)
    Dan Stevens dazzles as the British Museum’s Sir Lancelot, who teams up with the American exhibits to help them on their quest. Stevens (so good in The Guest earlier this year) adds comedy to his ever-expanding CV, getting most of the best lines and delivering a frequently hilarious performance. (x)
    Maybe the best thing in the movie is Dan Stevens, who is genuinely funny as Lancelot, a pompous knight who is out of touch with modern day things. He is clearly having fun in this role, especially when it comes to poking fun at Stiller’s character. (x)
    In London, we’re introduced to a few new characters, including Lancelot (Dan Stevens) and a new nighttime security guard named Tilly (Rebel Wilson). Both are great, but Lancelot, in particular, truly steals the movie with his sidesplitting fairy-tale bravado. (x)
    The pace of the film picks up when the characters arrive at the British Museum in the United Kingdom, thanks mainly to the new additions to the cast whose presence helps make the film more entertaining. Downton Abbey’s Dan Stevens, in particular, gives an enjoyable performance as Sir Lancelot, who is trying to complete his quest for the Holy Grail in order to return to Camelot. (x)
    It’s only when we are introduced to Lancelot played hilariously by Dan Stevens that the movie kicks off in a rather great way. Stevens lauds up the performance as the handsome, somewhat silly and raucous knight that steals every scene he is in. Because the minute he arrives on the screen, you can tell that the rising star actor is having a whale of a time, chortling in a medieval hysteria that is very akin to Robin Hood: Men In Tights and similar to how Ewan McGregor gives no shits in Jack The Giant Slayer. He is romping through the role and it is so incredible to watch. And when he arrives, so do the jokes and it’s no longer just Lancelot pulling Night at the Museum 3up to a stunning and comical film. (x)
    The best of the new additions is undoubtedly Dan Stevens (who is having a hell of a year). He pop up here as the one and only Sir Lancelot, hamming it up with great gusto and a touch of self-awareness which he also brought to The Guest. (x)
    Downton Abbey star Dan Stevens is an especially welcome addition as Sir Lancelot, bringing cheeky British charm, humour and depth to his character. (x)
    The addition of Dan Stevens as Lancelot is a great one, he’s funny and the quips about his blue eyes are laughable. (x)
    But Stevens is the real find here, cut loose from his pale, lovesick turn on “Abbey” to wear long hair, armor and a dashing swagger as Lancelot, a knight in need of a quest.Even he never rises to hilarious. (x)"

  • Reply to: Coming Up   2 years 44 weeks ago

    A brief but entertaining interview on GMB this morning, and another excellet one at http://www.vulture.com/2014/12/night-at-museum-dan-stevens-interview.htm...

  • Reply to: Coming Up   2 years 44 weeks ago

    A fun, behind the scenes look in the latest video - http://t.co/SLx0d7sAtA
    Dan pedalling around on a bike!

  • Reply to: Coming Up   2 years 45 weeks ago

    A 'fun' interview with Dan on the Today programme this morning.
    http://www.today.com/video/today/56576653#56576653

  • Reply to: Dan Stevens in Brooklyn - New Yorker interview   2 years 45 weeks ago

    Dan, you are, without a doubt, a great looking guy. But you've gotten so thin for some of your roles. I personally like a little "meatier" Dan with whom we all fell in love at DOWNTON. Could you add about 20 pounds?

  • Reply to: Night at the Museum 3: new character posters   2 years 46 weeks ago

    LOVE the one of Sir Lancelot (Dan) in the phone booth!

  • Reply to: Coming Up   2 years 47 weeks ago
  • Reply to: Which film are you most excited about?   2 years 47 weeks ago

    I can't wait to see you in this film I saw the trail for it and I think you are really funny you are my favourite actor ever and downto abbey was amazing I hope you read this you will probably not but if you do Thankyouu for being the best actor ever have a nice day francesca

  • Reply to: Coming Up   2 years 48 weeks ago

    We are not able to buy this in the States can you publish the interview with Dan on the web site?

  • Reply to: Coming Up   2 years 49 weeks ago

    From Penguin Books, a new "Bookish Quarterly", is available now.

    Featuring a long interview with Dan, with photos.

    Just £3

  • Reply to: Coming Up   2 years 49 weeks ago

    8 full pages of great photos & interview, plus a further part page, in December 2014 issue of Esquire UK magazine.

  • Reply to: Coming Up   2 years 51 weeks ago

    There is still time to catch up with listening to the repeated broadcasts of Dan in these two series.
    He reads The Coral Thief exquisitely and plays an admirable Dickens in 6 episodes of Dickens Confidential.
    Available on BBC iPlayer now

  • Reply to: Happy Birthday Dan!   2 years 52 weeks ago

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

  • Reply to: Happy Birthday Dan!   3 years 1 week ago

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

  • Reply to: Happy Birthday Dan!   3 years 1 week 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!   3 years 1 week 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!   3 years 1 week 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   3 years 1 week 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   3 years 1 week 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   3 years 1 week 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   3 years 2 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   3 years 2 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   3 years 2 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   3 years 2 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   3 years 2 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   3 years 2 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   3 years 3 weeks ago

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

    Well worth listening to.

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