Audible.com, the website that awarded Bronson its first ever Best Narrator Award last year, has started their 4th Annual Tournament of Audiobooks!
One of the contenders for this year in the Editor’s picks category is Matterhorn, the critically acclaimed book by Karl Marlantes and, of course, narrated brilliantly by Bronson.
This is the first round of the tournament, and Matterhorn could be on its way to the next one, with a little help from voters. You can help Matterhorn to advance throughout the tournament by voting for it at this link: http://www.audible.com/tournament
You have until March 28th to vote in the first round, so start clicking!
PS: Check out the newly added Featured Narrator page for Bronson at Audible.com!
Check out the fabulous new website for one of Bronson’s upcoming movies, Virgin Alexander: http://virginalexander.com/
There are movie stills, behind the scenes photos, plus a very special bio unmistakably written by the man himself.
Yes, Bronson was chosen by Audible.com as the Narrator of the Year 2010.
Our congrats to Bronson for this totally deserved award!
Bronson will be seen in the upcoming episode of the new CBS series “Hawaii 5-0”! The episode in which Bronson will appear, “Mana’o” will air on November 8th at 10 p.m.
For more info, check out the TV.com page about the episode.
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Thanks to our friend Kate for letting us know about it! 😉
Bronson will be appearing in the first episode of the Biography Channel’s new series premiering tonight, Celebrity Nightmares Decoded.
Dream analyst and author Lauren Lawrence interprets the nightmares of four celebrities in this first episode, including Rachel Dratch, Barry Williams, Jodie Sweetin and Bronson.
The first episode featuring Bronson airs tonight, September 18th, at 10 p.m.
Click here for the video preview of tonight’s show!
According to the Theater Mania website, Bronson will be one of the actors performing at the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s annual gala in honour of Annette Bening! The performance will feature the artists offering an array of interpretations of Shakespeare’s Italian plays: The Merchant of Venice, Much Ado About Nothing, Othello, Romeo and Juliet and The Taming of the Shrew.
The gala will be held on October 3, at the Sidney Harman Hall in Washington, DC.
For more info, call Joanne Coutts, Associate Director of Special Events, at 202-547-3230 ext. 2330.
Bronson’s latest film is “Virgin Alexander”, the story of a 26 year-old garbage man who teams up with a young woman to beat a small town crook called Bim (Bronson) at his own game.
Shooting started on June 21st. For more info, check the Virgin Alexander official website and IMDB page.
Bronson was one of the many stars who participated in the special 20th anniversary Simply Shakespeare annual fundraiser at the Shakespeare Center Los Angeles, on April 12th. The event, co-chaired by Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson also had the participation of Ewan Macgregor, Helen Hunt and Julia Roberts. Bronson played the role of Borachio in the “unplugged reading” of the play. Read more about it here!
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According to the Internet Movie Database (IMDB), Bronson is starring in a new movie, “The Gifted”.
Since the project is in production, there isn’t much information on it, except that Bronson will be playing a character named “Chris Alcott”.
The film is a biopic of Zell Kravinsky, a real state investor who donated his entire fortune to charity as well as one of his kidneys to a stranger.
It is scheduled to be released in 2011 and apparently Ralph Fiennes will be playing the main character.
That’s all we know so far, if anyone has more info on this project, please let us know!
The next on the list for upcoming audiobooks narrated by Bronson is “The Serialist”, written by David Gordon.
The book tells the story of a pulp novelist who finds himself inside one of his stories when a serial killer who claims to have been wrongly convicted hires him to write his memoir.
The audiobook is due for release on March 9th and can be ordered on the Blackstone Audio website.