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 ignition sequence start ... 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 0 ... All engines running. Liftoff! We have a liftoffAs the saying goes it's better to talk to the organ grinder than to the monkey. We then asked Ciarán about his part in First Man. It's definitely Bob Gilruth, as stated in his CV, a regretful indication that even the supposed well-informed websites can be misled.

 

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First Man: interesting update

According to the International Movie Database (IMDB), Ciarán would play Gene Kranz, famed NASA flight controller, in First Man.

To people who are old enough to remember, Gene Kranz is the unsung hero who guided Neil Armstrong the last miles to his landing site. From the first Mercury missions to the last Apollo flight to the moon, for Gene Kranz, "failure was not an option".

Although our favourite actor is much older than his character at the time, let's fancy that he will sport Kranz' famous scowling face and white vests with panache... if this is true.

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Ciarán excels in Brian Friel's Translations

Ciaran Hinds in Translations. Photo: Catherine AshmoreThe cast are also excellent in bringing an authentic slice of rural Donegal to the London stage. Colin Morgan excels, but the standout performance comes from Game of Throne's Ciarán Hinds as the ruddy and defiant Hugh (Radio Times).

It comes alive when Ciarán Hinds steps on stage as the shambling, raging, charismatic schoolmaster Hugh, constantly barking at his students to tell him the derivations of Latin and Greek words. When he moves his head his shoulders and torso move with it, as if his back has been stiffened from drink and rain. Hinds has a way of bellowing quietly that makes him a force on stage (The Stage).

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Translations opens tonight

Rehearsals have begun for the National Theatre's production of Brian Friel's Translations.

Directed by Ian Rickson, this powerful account of nationhood, which sees the turbulent relationship between England and Ireland play out in one quiet community, will open on May 22. The press night will take place on May 30.

Apart from Ciarán, the cast includes Dermot Crowley, Aoife Duffin, Adetomiwa Edun, Michelle Fox, Laurence Kinlan, Seamus O'Hara, Judith Roddy and Rufus Wright.

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Grace & Goliath

Ciaran A Hollywood star with an ego the size of California is stranded in Belfast.

Translations

Ciaran HindsIf your intent is to destroy a culture, the first thing you do is take away that culture's language.

First Man

Ciaran HindsThe life of Neil Armstrong and the Apollo 11 mission that led him to the Moon.

The Terror

Ciaran HindsAfter Sir John Franklin's death, Captain Crozier leads his crewmen on a desperate attempt to escape the terror on the ice.

The Girl from the North Country

Ciaran Hinds A community living on a knife-edge huddle together in the local guesthouse.

Red Sparrow

Ciaran Hinds Russian spy Dominika Egorova is drafted to become a trained seductress, and is assigned to operate against a CIA officer.

Elizabeth Harvest

Ciaran HindsA story about obsession, betrayal and identity.

Woman Walks Ahead

Ciaran HindsAn artist moves to Dakota in the 19th century and tries to help the Sioux chief Sitting Bull keep the land for his people.

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