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Rachel Weisz Says Farewell To Streetcar

Rachel Weisz Says Farewell To Streetcar

Rachel Weisz leaves the Donmar Warehouse Theatre after her final performance in the play A Streetcar Named Desire on Saturday (October 3) in London, England.

Is anyone else devastated that they won’t be able to see Rachel on the London stage? Like Jude Law in Hamlet, they need to bring Weisz to Broadway with Streetcar!

Rachel‘s new movie The Lovely Bones opens in limited release on December 11.

10+ pictures inside of Rachel Weisz after her final Streetcar performance…

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34 Responses to “Rachel Weisz Says Farewell To Streetcar”

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  1. 1
    Mrs.Beady Says:

    She’s looking good! Love her hair1

  2. 2
    jess Says:

    I heard she was fantastic in the play. I seriously wish they’d bring her over here like they did Jude!

    And she looks great, I agree love the hair!

  3. 3
    sweetie Says:

    She looks beautiful :-)
    Would love to see her in Streetcar!

  4. 4
    BOYCOTT Says:

    I am boycotting anything Rachel Weisz does because of her husband’s support of pedophile Roman Polanski. I bet she supports
    Polanski too.

  5. 5
    Eloisa Says:

    She is a great actress and a clever woman. I hope she continue to be successful in everything she does.

  6. 6
    BOYCOTT Says:

    Rachel and her pedophile loving husband can ***********.

  7. 7
    Lola Says:

    You’ll be boycotting a lot then. I don’t agree with it, but many filmmakers are supporting Polanski, including Martin Scorsese and Woody Allen.

  8. 8
    maryrowery Says:

    wow, how beautiful and classy she is!

  9. 9
    boycott! Says:

    im with 4 and 6. i’ll boycott all of Hollywood if I have to. Plenty of good foreign films out there.

  10. 10
    flic Says:

    I saw her at the matinee performance on the last day and it was superb theatre. All the cast were good.

  11. 11
    lexy Says:

    Finally, JJ posts something about a Rachel with some actual talent!!!

  12. 12
    Tom Says:

    Well its all about community solidarity I mean just read the names in this stupid petition: I’m wondering what’s the common point between Polanski,Allen,Bernard Henri Levy,Darren Aronofsky etc….

  13. 13
    Pandora Says:

    Rachel looks beautiful. I think she’s great.

    As to her hubby supporting Polanksi — get over it. Even his “victim” wants this to go away. She rec’d. a huge pay off and I forget whom, but a female eyewitness at the time said something to the effect that she (the “victim”) was not behaving as though any harm had come to her. I think she was an opportunist. Was he right to violate a young girl? Of course not, but at this juncture it’s silly to make a statement of boycotting Rachel because of her hubby.

    @Tom — you’re wondering what the common point is? How thinly veiled of you.

  14. 14
    Aliz Says:

    Love her! she’s so sweet and gifted! yay for Rach! ^__^

  15. 15
    jess Says:

    Pandora, I’m sorry, but the girl was violated by Polanski when she was 13, you have no idea what rape can do to a child like that!

    I don’t think people should boycott Rachel because of her husband, BUT I think it is very, very wrong for her husband, Allen, Bernard and others to support a pedophile.

    He is a pedophile whether you like it or not and should be brought to justice. And paying off your victim doesn’t make the pain of the rape go away. And it’s very awful to say that the victim “was not acting like any harm came to her”…ARE YOU SERIOUS? She was only 13 years old! That is a disgusting statement to make and it assumes there is a certain way a victim has to act, which is a misassumption in itself. I am in law enforcement and there is not any one or right way to act when you are a victim, people react differently to being victimized. And please do not repeat crap like that again!

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    lexy Says:

    Well Rachel can’t control her husband’s actions but it is interesting that Woody Allen would think what Roman did was OK.

    As for his victim wanting it to go away. I’m sure ALL rape victims want it to go away. I’m sure that young woman Jaycee Duggard wants her rape to go away as does her rapist/caputor but that doesn’t mean we should let him go.

  17. 17
    LadyB Says:

    Elle est tres jolie!

  18. 18
    Pandora Says:

    @#17, Jess:

    So you work in law enforcement — and your point is? Where did I dispute the fact that he’s a pedophile? I merely stated that he had paid her off, and that she wants it to go away (yes, as do all victims), so perhaps it is time, especially given (and if you purport to work in law enforcement, surely you would know this) this case is beyond old and there have been far more heinous individuals who’ve gotten away w/ murder, literally. When I said she wants it to do away, I thought the implication was beyond obvious — she wants it not be dredged up any further. These were her sentiments, not mine. Additionally, I stated what the eyewitness said at the time. Was *I* there? It was Jack Nicholson’s girlfriend.

    Your level of comprehension, given your lack of synthesis of my commentary is very rudimentary. Don’t expect to go far in your alleged field. Oh, and as to me not posting such “crap” again? Crap is relative. I’ll continue to express my opinion for those who are actually able to process it.

  19. 19
    Pandora Says:

    * I meant @ # 15, Jess. Sorry, LadyB. I agree — Rachel is very beautiful!

  20. 20
    jess Says:

    Pandora, by saying, firstly, “get over it” (get over what? The fact that a grown man drugged, raped and sodomized a 13 year old girl) and then you said this:

    “Even his “victim” wants this to go away. She rec’d. a huge pay off and I forget whom, but a female eyewitness at the time said something to the effect that she (the “victim”) was not behaving as though any harm had come to her.”

    This suggests that the victim has gotten over it, by saying the victim was not behaving as though any hard had come to her. Those are YOUR words, are they not? This suggests that the victim is no longer affected, or was maybe never affected by what Polanski did to her. And secondly it suggests that because of the pay-off, Polanski should be let off the hook.

    I did not mean to personally offend you, only correct you by this misperception that there is a certain way a victim has to act to show harm has come to them. You are obviously in no receptive mood, and I understand.

    And for your information, I have already come very far in my profession, because I do not make misassumptions about victim’s reactions.

    I plainly read what you said and you got offended because I called you out on the fact that you said “a female eyewitness at the time said something to the effect that she (the “victim”) was not behaving as though any harm had come to her.”

    You can never let a criminal off the hook, which is what you are suggesting and no, the system should not let this go, because the crime was committed and instead of facing trial, Polanski fled the courntry

    Why should he be let him off the hook? Because time passed? Because he’s a famour director? Those are not good excuses, because by that logic, more criminals will be let off the hook and this is plain wrong. The law should try him to the full extend for this alleged crime he committed against this young girl, and even if the victim wants this to go away, the fact is that this man allegedly committed this terrible crime and should face the courts.

    You have absolutely the right to your opinions, but I have the right to call you out on them. And I would suggest that you did not read what specifically I said, because the fact that you say he should get away with rape because other people have gotten away with murder (really?), and because he’s old, makes me very concerned that you are arguing that because people get old and others escape the system, they should not get tried for crimes they committed in the past. That is wrong on so many levels!

  21. 21
    Pandora Says:

    Jess, Jess — sweetie, it takes a lot to offend me and you were not up to the task. I do find many posts on here offensive, but they tend toward racist subject matter.

    Again, I’m not offended, merely flummoxed that you would infuse my statements w/ your own incorrect interpretation.

    He’s old, he’s a perv, he should not get off the hook. However, I do take exception to the fact that as I stated, there are plenty of cases in which there are those who do get away w/ murder. They receive light sentences, or these murders become cold cases, falling by the wayside. Heinous crimes, yes? Heinous crimes which fall through the cracks. This Polanski case? It’s merely become political. That’s what bothers me most.

    I then stated, further that she wishes it to go away. She, unlike many victims did get recompense. Since you are such a huge advocate for her, perhaps you would advocate for following her wishes, in her own (not mine) words, yes?

    I’m sorry you can’t comprehend my points and continue to wish to, in your own way, cobble together what you think is an academic argument/response, when clearly you are doing the opposite.

    Nice chatting, but duty calls so I can’t continue to blather to the ether when it’s not being absorbed!

  22. 22
    Neil Says:

    I was in London during her performance and the ONLY criticism was she didn’t look washed out enough for the character of Blanche.
    She has it all; beauty, talent, and career smarts.

  23. 23
    BOYCOTT Says:


    Pandora, I have read that Polanski has never paid the money……

  24. 24
    BOYCOTT Says:

    Have any of you “Let bygones be by gones” Polanski supporters read
    Elizabeth Smart’s current testimony about her abduction and what
    Mitchell did to her? Polanski did the same thing didn’t he? Targeted a young girl for his perverse satisfaction and violating her every way possible? And Angelica Huston is in a way as bad as Wanda Barzee and Nancy Garrido. Anjelica knew exactly what was going on in the next room.

  25. 25
    mery Says:

    I like Rachel. I read very good reviews of her performance and I hope she is very good in Broadway. Rachel is a good actress, he don’t sell interviews or photos. She live of her work. She gain my respect.

    I don’t think none can controled the opinions the her husband or his wife.

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