The film is available on iTunes and at amazon.com!
The trailer with Bruce Timm's comments
A four-issue prequel comic book series written by J. M. DeMatteis
and Bruce Timm will be released concurrently with the film.
Additionally a three-issue comic was announced focusing on
each heroes origin story. The first issue will focus on Batman
and be illustrated by Matthew Dow Smith. The second will focus
on Superman and be illustrated by Moritat. Issue three
will focus on Wonder Woman and will detail the formation
of the Justice League.
A sneek peek at the film!
Interview with cast members Thomas Howell, Paget Brewster and Tamara Taylor!
The video of the press conference held by Richard Chamberlain
at the Deauville American Film Festival in 1990 has been added
to the page dedicated to his tribute.
It is unfortunately of a very poor quality and this is the reason
why it had not been added earlier. Despite this
highly imperfect video and some translation inaccuracies
it is hoped the French visitors who do not understand English
will enjoy this rare document.
"Into the Woods, Forging a Career in Entertainment"
Richard Chamberlain and, among others, producer Gregory Rae
discuss making a career in entertainment in front of a fully packed Seaver theater during Alumni Weekend.
(May 1, 2015)
"Into the Woods, Forging a Career in Entertainment"
(Alumni Weekend at Pomona College)
Richard Chamberlain participated in a panel discussion together
with other Claremont graduates working in entertainment.
Title of the discussion "Into the Woods, Forging a Career in Entertainment".
It took place May 1 at the Seaver theatre at Pomona College,
Claremont, CA, ( 300 E Bonita Ave), from 4 to 5:30 pm.
Richard Chamberlain graduated from Pomona College in 1956
with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
The documentary "Ground Zero, a Delicate Balance" (1998) is finally available!
It features an appearance of Richard Chamberlain who makes introductory and conclusive comments:he fears man is the most dangerous enemy to nature.
For more details click here and scroll down to "Ground Zero" 1999
Richard Chamberlain was delighted by the Shen Yun Performing Arts
World Company at the Dolby Theatre on Friday, Jan. 23, in Hollywood.
"It's wonderful, absolutely wonderful. The dancers are terrific, the colors, the background... it's kind of a window into another culture
that I find very interesting." "It was amazing watching the dancers
appear to leap into the backdrop and fly into the air or dive
into the sea." said Richard Chamberlain after the show!
After Richard Chamberlain's personal message to start the new year,
here's another treat, a unique recording
salvaged from a 16mm. film reel unearthed in Kansas City!
Enjoy watching Richard Chamberlain sing Dr. Kildare's
theme music unter the title "Three Stars Will Shine Tonight".
In appreciation for the considerate thoughts and good wishes
many visitors to this site posted both on its Facebook and
slideshow pages, Richard Chamberlain has sent them a personal
message together with this autographed photo!
If you would like to reciprocate Richard Chamberlain’s holiday wishes, you can do so in the comments section after watching the video clip
or on Facebook on the Richard Chamberlain Webbiography's page.
After a resounding success of audience and critique,
"Sticks and Bones" will close Sunday December 14
The brilliant cast of "Sticks and Bones":
Bill Pullman, Ben Schnetzer, Richard Chamberlain,
Morocco Omari, Nadia Gan, Holly Hunter and Raviv Ullman.
David Rabe, Bill Pullman, Holly Hunter and Richard Chamberlain
on the Charlie Rose Show (PBS)
Watch the full discussion
(approx. 28 min.)
Wait a few seconds until the video starts even if indicated otherwise...
Bill Pullman: Richard Chamberlain "is amazing and inspirational"
David Rabe discusses "Sticks and Bones" along with Holly Hunter and Bill Pullman,
an interesting document not only for those who have attended the play!
Mention is made of Richard Chamberlain at 22:47 min..
A few days ago in New York, Richard Chamberlain signed this photo for it to be posted here and on this site’s Facebook page. He dedicated the photo to the 12,000 monthly visitors to this site thinking especially of those who cannot attend “Sticks and Bones” and those who have sent him kind messages.
Richard Chamberlain posing for OUT magazine in New York, on the occasion of his appearance in the play "Sticks and Bones".
"Though he’d been in a relationship for years, it wasn’t until 2003
that Chamberlain decided to publicly address being gay.
“Remaining in hiding was a totally valuable part of my life,” he says.
“I was a romantic lead in films at a time before some of the new
relaxations and new diminishment of total ignorance. If I were
ever outed, my career — which was my entire life, for the longest time —
wouldn’t have happened. I spent a great deal of my life pretending
to be somebody else.”(OUT.EDITORS.COM)
Photographed at the Stanford White Studio at the Chatwal Hotel, New York on September 17, 2014
Styling by Michael Cook. Groomer: Angela DiCarlo. Jacket and cardigan by Perry Ellis
Bill Pullman, Richard Chamberlain and Holly Hunter
posing for Vanity Fair.
"The surprising appearance of Richard Chamberlain in the New Group’s
revival of David Rabe’s savage black comedy Sticks and Bones
is an inspired coup de théâtre." (John Heilpern)
A major update with six videos illustrating the beauty of the
Tuolumne river and its surrounding wilderness and Richard Chamberlain's involvement in preserving the river
and gaining for it the Wild and Scenic status.
Richard Chamberlain, at press conferences and testifying in front of
a House Interior Subcommittee on Public Lands and National Parks.
Richard Chamberlain comments and enjoys himself
rafting down the rapids of the Tuolumne!
1. Richard Chamberlain talks about his two
recent high tech and science fiction projects
'Chuck' and 'Leverage'
2. Richard Chamberlain underlines the
importance of all kinds of 'masks' for
an actor: in the 'Man in the Iron Mask'
the iron mask was totally terrifying!
3. Richard Chamberlain reminisces about
'Shogun': 'Shogun' was a wonderful experience,
I was not about to screw it up despite
cultural clashes between the Japanese
and American crew.
4. Richard Chamberlain on 'The Thorn Birds':
chemistry is impossible to define.
5. Richard Chamberlain commends the series
'Brothers & Sisters' for treating gay characters
just like people.
6. Richard Chamberlain: in all my projects
I learn about myself, in comedy I learn
a little more.
7. Richard Chamberlain about his artwork:
sometimes my paintings have a certain meaning
like 'Celestial Ardor' that expresses total
commitment of oneself to life.
For a man total commitment to life
is in part phallic.
Recent Projects including appearances at premieres