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01/07/2017 ashley 0 Comment(s) Media, Penny Dreadful, Photo Update, Television Series

I’ve added season three captures from Penny Dreadful to the photo gallery. Enjoy!

   

View Season Three Captures




01/01/2017 ashley 0 Comment(s) Penny Dreadful, Television Series

First of let me start this update off by saying Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a great night of celebrations and hope you have a good 2017.

I’ve added episode captures from season two of Penny Dreadful to our photo gallery, and will hopefully get season three up by next Sunday.

   

View Season Two Captures




10/21/2016 ashley 0 Comment(s) Media, Photo Update

I’ve photos from two 2011 Events to the photo gallery. I’ve been alittle sick the past day so I haven’t been able to accomplish as much as I was hoping to. I’ll get the rest of the 2011 Event photos up as fast as I can.

Albums Updated
Public Events & Appearances > 2011 Events > May 25: Fox’s ‘American Idol’ 2011 Finale
Public Events & Appearances > 2011 Events > February 03: ‘Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark’ Benefits The Actors Fund in New York City




10/18/2016 ashley 0 Comment(s) Media, Photo Update

I’ve added the season one captures from Reeve’s episodes of Penny Dreadful to the photo gallery, I’ll get the rest of the seasons up within the week. Enjoy.

Albums Updated
Television Productions > Penny Dreadful (2014-2016) > Episodic Captures > Season One Captures




10/14/2016 ashley 0 Comment(s) Interview, News

Reeve recently sat down and talked with Playbill.com about which up and coming actor he thinks we should be watching as well as his favorite theatre experiences.

 


Reeve Carney, who created the title role in Broadway’s Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, will be seen later this month in the eagerly awaited Fox TV broadcast of The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again, a two-hour musical event and re-imagining of the classic 1975 cult film. Carney is cast as Riff Raff in the October 20 broadcast, which also boasts Laverne Cox, Tim Curry, Victoria Justice, Ryan McCartan, Christina Milian, Annaleigh Ashford, Adam Lambert, Staz Nair, Ben Vereen and Ivy Levan.

Here, the singing actor recalls the theatrical performances that most affected him as part of the audience.

 

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As many would probably say, Mark is one of the greatest actors of our time. A true pleasure to watch him do it live, just a stone’s throw away.

Continue Reading on Playbill.com


 




10/14/2016 ashley 0 Comment(s) Interview, Movies, Rocky Horror Picture Show

Reeve recently talked with Out Magazine about his role as Riff Raff in Fox’s adaptation of Rocky Horror.

Reeve Carney is a modern-day Renaissance man. Starting on Broadway as Peter Parker in Spiderman: Turn of the Dark, Carney has since gone on to star on Showtime’s Penny Dreadful as Dorian Gray, all the while enjoying moderate success with his indie band, Carney. Now, Carney is starring in FOX’s Rocky Horror Picture Show remake as the evil butler, Riff Raff, alongside Laverne Cox’s highly anticipated Dr. Frank-N-Furter. He’s also kicking off his solo career with an album, “Youth is Wasted,” set to be released in the coming weeks.

Reeve told Out about his role in Rocky Horror, also starring former Nickelodeon and Disney actors Victoria Justice and Ryan McCartan, Christina Milian, and returning cast member Tim Curry.

On playing the villain:

“One thing that’s exciting for me was the chance to play a character [Riff Raff] that was I felt as far away from Dorian as you could get…I liked the idea that they were quite different. Truly for me it’s just a matter of having the opportunity to play as varied—as widely varied roles as possible. There’s a clown aspect to the character of Riff Raff that I haven’t yet had the opportunity to explore, so for me it was a total blast to be able to investigate that side of myself and try to bring those things out in a character.”

On the Rocky Horror fanbase:

“There’s so much love within the cast and the creative team for the original and I hope that that’s apparent on screen.  So I would say for the fans of the original, I hope that that love comes across, because in no way are we trying to replace the original. We’re trying to bring more people into the Rocky Horror family.”

On appealing to a younger demographic:

“I think this is a good opportunity to bring a greater awareness to the beautiful story that is the Rocky Horror Picture Show, even though it’s guised in this sort-of ‘camp grotesque two hours of sort-of like an acid trip slash fun extravaganza.’ I think that our version is something that will appeal to a younger demographic… thankfully, we live in a time in which people are largely more able to more freely be who they want to be and who they were born to be, and so I’m really grateful to be living in a time of such freedom, but I think that it doesn’t make the ‘don’t dream it, [be it]’ message any less potent.”
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10/14/2016 ashley 0 Comment(s) Movies, Photo Update, Rocky Horror Picture Show

I’ve added 53 images of Reeve from last night’s Rocky Horror premiere to the photo gallery, and will continue to add more as they become available. Enjoy.

Updated Albums
Public Events & Appearances > 2016 Events > October 13: Premiere of ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do The Time Warp Again’




10/14/2016 ashley 0 Comment(s) News

Looks like we get an early present as Reeve’s new album is exclusively available on iTunes! Purchase your digital copy here!

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