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MessageSujet: DEUXIEME FILM POUR RONAN : STONES IN HIS POCKETS   Lun 9 Sep - 9:02

http://www.independent.ie/woman/celeb-news/honesty-wins-ronan-keating-bigscreen-role-29563538.html


Honesty wins Ronan Keating big-screen role


MAUREEN COLEMAN – 09 SEPTEMBER 2013

FORMER Boyzone frontman Ronan Keating is to star in a big-screen adaptation of Marie Jones's multi-awardwinning play 'Stones in His Pockets'.



The Dublin-born singer, who featured in his first acting role this year, will star opposite Northern Irishman Conleth Hill in the movie version of Jones's world-famous production, with filming to start next year.

Keating (36) will play the part of Jake Quinn, while 'Game of Thrones' star Hill will reprise his original role of Charlie Conlon, which won him an Olivier Award for Best Actor in 2001.

'Stones In His Pockets' is set in a rural town in Co Kerry which is overrun by a Hollywood film crew. The story centres on Jake Quinn and Charlie Conlon, who are employed as extras in the movie.

The key point in the play is when a local teenager commits suicide after he is humiliated by one of the female stars of the film. He drowns himself with stones in his pockets, devastating the whole town.

Jones's casting agent Ros Hubbard, who worked on 'The Commitments', 'Into The West' and 'Bloody Sunday', invited Keating for a screen test after she saw him being interviewed on the 'Piers Morgan Show'. During the interview, Keating broke down talking about his marriage split.

Jones told RTE: "I started to listen to him. The camera really loved him. He had so much controlled emotion and was dead honest. I thought 'he'd be brilliant in 'Stones', why isn't he an actor?'. Then at the end of the interview he said he wanted to do more films, that he'd done one already."

Belfast playwright Jones is adapting 'Stones' herself for the big screen and her husband Ian McElhinney will direct. Keating starred earlier this year in an Australian movie called 'Goddess' opposite English actress Laura Michelle Kelly.

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MessageSujet: Re: DEUXIEME FILM POUR RONAN : STONES IN HIS POCKETS   Lun 9 Sep - 19:23

C'est son 3e si je comprends bien : Goddess le premier, Rockpool le deuxième normalement prévu en 2014 et celui-ci
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MessageSujet: Re: DEUXIEME FILM POUR RONAN : STONES IN HIS POCKETS   Lun 9 Sep - 21:05

enfin oui Laughing  mais le second on en parle plus .....

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MessageSujet: Re: DEUXIEME FILM POUR RONAN : STONES IN HIS POCKETS   Mar 10 Sep - 13:23

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Stones in His Pockets' to Shoot in Leitrim & Antrim, Starring Conleth Hill & Ronan Keating
09 Sep 2013 : By Kevin Cronin

Antrim actor Conleth Hill and singer Ronan Keating.


‘Stones in his Pockets’, the Kerry-set play by Belfast playwright Marie Jones, is set to be adapted for the big screen - starring ‘Game of Thrones’ actor Conleth Hill and ‘Boyzone’ singer Ronan Keating.
Ms Jones will adapt the screenplay and her husband Ian McElhinney will direct, with funding applications lodged to the Irish Film Board and Northern Ireland Screen for principal photography to commence next year.

Mr McElhinney told the Sunday Times that filming will take place in Leitrim and Leslie Hall House in Antrim rather than Kerry for cost reasons, with the budget estimated at €3m.

Antrim actor Conleth Hill - who played one of the two lead roles in the stage version and is best known as Lord Varys in ‘Game of Thrones’ - will reprise his role for the film.

Ms Jones said that she became convinced that Ronan Keating was suited for the other lead part based on the emotion he displayed during his interview with Piers Morgan about the breakdown of his marriage.

The plot of ‘Stones in His Pockets’ follows Jake Quinn (Keating) and Charlie Conlon (Hill), who are employed as extras in a movie being shot in Kerry, when tragedy strikes the set.

Conleth Hill won an Olivier award for Best Actor in 2001 for his stage performance and the play enjoyed a successful run in Ireland, the West End and Broadway.

Ronan Keating’s first film role was in the Australian film ‘Goddess’, as the husband of English singer Laura Michelle Kelly’s character.

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MessageSujet: Re: DEUXIEME FILM POUR RONAN : STONES IN HIS POCKETS   Mar 10 Sep - 15:18

Je pense que le deuxième j'aimerai moins il est beaucoup plus musical
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MessageSujet: Re: DEUXIEME FILM POUR RONAN : STONES IN HIS POCKETS   Ven 13 Sep - 15:58

http://www.rte.ie/ten/news/2013/0909/473155-ronan-keating-lands-role-in-big-screen-adaptation/

Ronan Keating for Stones in His Pockets film

The 36-year-old will star opposite Northern Irishman Conleth Hill in the movie version of Jones's multi-award winning production.

The X Factor Australia judge will take on the part of Jake Quinn, while Game of Thronesactor Hill will reprise his original role of Charlie Conlon, which won him an Olivier Award for Best Actor in 2001.

Ronan took to his Twitter page to express his joy about featuring in the movie, writing: "Excitited to hear the news is out about "Stones in his pocket" such an honour to be cast alongside the mighty Conleth Hill and @SerIanMc"

Stones in His Pockets is set in Co Kerry where a town is suddenly overrun by a glamorous Hollywood film crew.

Keating recently featured in an Australian movie called Goddess opposite English actress Laura Michelle Kelly.
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MessageSujet: Re: DEUXIEME FILM POUR RONAN : STONES IN HIS POCKETS   Mar 17 Sep - 9:41

fab_geo_pau a écrit:
Je pense que le deuxième j'aimerai moins il est beaucoup plus musical


C'est une adaptation d'une pièce de théâtre donc je ne pensais pas que c'était un film musical .. tu es sûre?



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MessageSujet: Re: DEUXIEME FILM POUR RONAN : STONES IN HIS POCKETS   Mar 17 Sep - 16:00

Rockpool est plus une comédie musicale non ?
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MessageSujet: Re: DEUXIEME FILM POUR RONAN : STONES IN HIS POCKETS   Mar 17 Sep - 18:05

ok tu parlais de rockpool   Laughing et moi  de stones in his pocket

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MessageSujet: Re: DEUXIEME FILM POUR RONAN : STONES IN HIS POCKETS   Mar 17 Sep - 21:16

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MessageSujet: Re: DEUXIEME FILM POUR RONAN : STONES IN HIS POCKETS   Lun 21 Oct - 19:12

UPCOMING PRODUCTIONS

2013 is already shaping up as one of the bigger years for productions around the country led by Stones in his Pockets, the Kerry-set play by Belfast playwright Marie Jones, being adapted for the screen. Starring Game of Thrones actor Conleth Hill and Boyzone singer Ronan Keating, the screenplay has been written by Jones, and her husband Ian McElhinney will direct. Filming will take place in Leitrim and Antrim on a budget estimated at €3m.

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MessageSujet: Re: DEUXIEME FILM POUR RONAN : STONES IN HIS POCKETS   Lun 21 Oct - 19:53

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MessageSujet: Re: DEUXIEME FILM POUR RONAN : STONES IN HIS POCKETS   Lun 2 Juin - 21:32

http://www.herald.ie/entertainment/more-screen-time-for-ro-as-he-bags-major-film-role-30320571.html


More screen time for Ro as he bags major film role


HE’S keen to make it as a bonafide Hollywood actor and Ronan 
Keating is one step 
closer to silver screen super stardom.

The 37-year-old former Boyzone frontman has lined up a lead role in the movie adaptation of Marie Jones’s multi-award-winning play, Stones In His Pockets.

Dad-of-three Ronan has made no secret of the fact that he wants to pursue acting as a long-term career, but initially found it difficult to score parts because directors did not take him seriously.

He enjoyed his film debut in Australian production Goddess in 2012.

The Dubliner’s latest part sees him portray Jake Quinn in the forthcoming Stones In His Pockets, and he is set to star opposite Northern Irish Game Of Thrones actor Conleth Hill in the project.

It’s going to be a busy working period for Ronan, as he’s also confirmed to appear in The Riders with Luke Hemsworth and Mark Strong, a flick adapted from Tim Winton’s 1995 Man Booker prize-nominated novel of the same name.

The plot focuses on an Australian man living in Ireland who is searching for his 
missing wife.

No doubt Ronan will be hoping 32-year-old girlfriend Storm Uechtritz will join him on set while he’s away from home.

The couple began dating in September 2012.


They met shortly after Storm’s divorce and Ronan’s split from his wife of 14 years, model Yvonne Keating.

Although it has not been confirmed where Stones In His Pockets will be filmed, it’s rumoured that the cast and crew may be jetting off to America — as last week Ronan surprised onlookers when he turned up at the US Embassy for a visa.
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MessageSujet: Re: DEUXIEME FILM POUR RONAN : STONES IN HIS POCKETS   Mar 3 Juin - 9:38

Synopsis: Stones in His Pockets


A Hollywood movie, The Quiet Valley, is being filmed in rural County Kerry, Ireland, and two local men, Jake Quinn and Charlie Conlon, are among the many who have been cast as extras. (The two actors who play these characters also play all the other characters in the play.)

The two men are beginning to get acquainted over lunch at the catering truck and are soon joined by Mickey, another local extra who was also an extra in The Quiet Man with John Wayne filmed many years ago in the same area. Next to appear are Simon and Aisling, two assistant directors, trying to get the extras back on the filming set before the daylight is gone.

Caroline Giovanni, the movie's star, finally appears on the set with John, her accent coach, who is trying to improve her bad Irish dialect. The filming finally resumes, as Jake and Charlie continue their conversation.

Charlie, it seems, has a film manuscript of his own and badly wants an opportunity to show it to the movie people. However, shooting for the day soon ends, and the extras move to the locker room to change into their everyday street clothes. While there, Sean appears. He is a local lad who wants to be an extra but wasn't hired because he is usually under the influence of drugs or drink. He is angry that others were hired but not him, and he stomps off cursing: “You're a nobody, just like me and she won't give me a job.”
Jake, Charlie, and Sean are among the many others who gather that evening at the local pub. Surprisingly, Caroline and some of her entourage also appear, trying to soak up some of the local atmosphere. Sean, angry that Caroline won't give him the time of day and that he still hasn't been hired, bitterly leaves again.

Later, Caroline, still looking for local flavor for her character, invites Jake to join her, or rather, she joins him. She invites him to go back to the hotel for a drink with her. Jake, of course, thinks this is his big chance to make love to the beautiful star. Of course, Jake's attempts to impress her are awkward and over-inflated, but the two do talk for some time as Caroline tries to mimic his accent-and she does invite him to her trailer again tomorrow. In his mind, she is falling for him, but in hers he is simply a good way to practice her Irish dialect.

As shooting resumes, news is brought that Sean Harkin has drowned himself. When the divers found him, his pockets were full of stones.

As Act Two begins, filming is again in progress. A flashback scene takes the characters back to a twelve-year-old Sean Harkin and his friend, Fin, who dream of going to America to become a movie star, a dream that obviously never saw the light of day.

The film director, Clem, is trying to keep the shooting moving along before clouds come in a ruin the light, but the locals, grieving Sean's death, are not in the mood. Clem expresses his sympathy, but makes it clear that shooting will go on the next day, and no one will be allowed time off to attend Sean's funeral. That evening, Jake and Charlie attend Sean's wake. In a flashback scene, we learn that Caroline Giovanni had caused Sean Harkin to be humiliated and thrown out of the tavern, the night before he committed suicide.

The next day, shooting is interrupted because one of the stars is allergic to the two truckloads of flowers that had been ordered for the wedding scene. In a public relations move, Caroline orders the flowers to be sent to the chapel where Sean Harkin's funeral is to be held. Jake confronts her about her hypocrisy and humiliation of his cousin, Sean: “The way you and everybody else treated him like he was a piece of muck on their boots. . . . You had him thrown out of the pub, in his own town in front of his own people, think about that for humiliation.”

Jake suggests that he and Charlie write a movie script; a true story about a film being made and the suicide of a young man. They get no encouragement from the movie people. The movie shooting goes on, but Jake and Charlie grow more excited and animated as they make plans for their own movie, to be called Stones in His Pockets.
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MessageSujet: Re: DEUXIEME FILM POUR RONAN : STONES IN HIS POCKETS   Sam 13 Déc - 18:09


http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-30464137

Pop singer Ronan Keating has been asked to star in a film version of the hit Broadway play, Stones in His Pockets.

Keating, who rose to fame with the Irish boyband Boyzone, told BBC Radio 2 he has already "signed up" for one of the two leading roles.

Speaking on the Graham Norton Show, he said he hoped funding could be secured to bring the play to the big screen.

Stones in His Pockets, written by Belfast playwright Marie Jones in 1996, was nominated for three Tony awards.

The tragicomedy tells the story of two friends who get roles as extras in a Hollywood film which is being made in their rural home town in the Republic of Ireland.

'Very exciting'
It was first performed at the west Belfast festival in August 1996 before moving to London's West End and then on to New York's theatre district.

In 2001, the Broadway production was nominated for three Tony awards for actors Conleth Hill, Seán Campion and director Ian McElhinney, who is married to the playwright.

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I've been trying to get into acting for many years and this felt like very natural kind of progression.”

Ronan Keating
Keating told the Graham Norton Show: "Stones in His Pockets is something I've been signed up to do. Ian McElhinney and Marie Jones - Marie who wrote it - they've asked me to play the lead with Conleth Hill.

"So Conleth and I are due to make the film, but we're still trying to get that final funding together and when we get that in we're green-lit and ready to go, which is very exciting because I love the play."

Keating made his name in the music business as a teenager in the mid-1990s when he joined Boyzone, a pop band put together in Dublin by X-Factor judge Louis Walsh.

Now 37, he recently made his West End debut with a lead role in the musical Once, a stage version of the 2007 film.

He plays a struggling busker on Dublin's Grafton Street who is considering giving up his musical career.

'Incredible story'
Speaking about the stage role, Keating said: "I've been trying to get into acting for many years and this felt like very natural kind of progression."

However, he told Graham Norton his film debut was still in doubt.

"I've been offered things - you get it, you say you're doing it and then all of a sudden it doesn't happen. It's a really weird thing, movies, I've never known anything like it," Keating said.

He described the film script for Stones in His Pockets as "an incredible story".

"What Marie and Ian have done is incredible, so fingers crossed we get that over the line and that'll happen next year," he said.

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