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Orlando Bloom & Condola Rashad: 'Romeo & Juliet' Film Premiere!

Orlando Bloom & Condola Rashad: 'Romeo & Juliet' Film Premiere!

Orlando Bloom and his co-star Condola Rashad hit the red carpet while attending the premiere of their film Romeo and Juliet held at Chelsea Cinemas on Tuesday (February 4) in New York City.

Last week, the 37-year-old actor showed his black and white stripes while attending the 2014 Art Los Angeles Contemporary opening night in L.A.

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Romeo and Juliet will be playing in theaters on February 13, February 14, and February 16. We can’t wait!

In case you didn’t know, Orlando and Condola played two lovers in their Broadway play Romeo and Juliet, which closed last month.

Besides from her acting talents, Candola and her band Condola and the Stoop Kids were also busy releasing an album The Letter 9 last month.

20+ pictures inside of Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad attending the Romeo & Juliet premiere…

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# 1

Condola is gorgeous! They’d make a cute couple!

# 2

I can’t wait to see this!

# 3

I was able to see R&J on Broadway, and I’ve already bought tickets for the movie. I also plan on buying the blue ray.
Orlando was simply amazing.

# 4

Hubby and I are making it an early Valentine’s treat. Seeing it on the 13th.
Squeals!

# 5

Aww I wanna see this. I’d go to NY to see them perform :p they look quite good together!

# 6

Why are they releasing a film of a play that tanked on Broadway? And #4, do you realize how idiotic it is to see R&J for Valentine’s Day? Do you know what the play is about? It’s not romantic, it’s about two idiots who kill themselves as result of their own stupidity.

# 7
dreamon1978 @ 02/05/2014 at 1:51 pm

I missed this on Broadway so I am so glad I can catch it in the theater. Love them both.

# 8

Orlando looks gorgeous and Condola is beautiful. I wonder when Romeo and Juliet will be released on DVD because I will definitely be buying a copy.

# 9

@Elena Orlando got great reviews portraying Romeo. He did a fantastic job. It didn’t tank on Broadway. Why do you come on this thread to insult others?

PuppyLove @ 02/05/2014 at 5:50 pm

So now Elena’s criticizing Shakespeare. That’s right, Bill: Elena doesn’t think your play is romantic, so I guess we can’t mount any more productions–no matter how popular it’s been for the last 400 years. Fortunately, you won’t lose any royalties, cause you’re dead.

Huh?
The story is about two young people so in love that the couldn’t imagine living without the other. You can’t get more romantic than all encompassing love.
So sad that you’ve never had a love in your life that would make you understand how romantic the play really is.
So sorry for you.

IDLTrolls @ 02/06/2014 at 2:56 pm

@Elena:
They are releasing the show that had the longer run than it was originally planned because they want to make you angry and because the Stand-up Comedy headliner such as you weren’t available (probably being busy with your “let’s troll”schedule). I tell you what, you still can continue to entertain those who read the comments. I hope you feel important now…Aw, you still don’t! ))))))
BTW, very entertaining comment about “how idiotic it is to see R&J for Valentine’s Day!” Do you realize who was St. Valentine and how did he die? Well, don’t bother – it’s too complicated for you.

“It’s not romantic, it’s about two idiots who kill themselves as result of their own stupidity.” – Definitely not as romantic as your comments are! LOLOLOL (Dang, was it fun or what?!)

@Elena Orlando got great reviews as Romeo. He is a fantastic actor.

Oh, she’s well aware of his great reviews.
But since when has she ever let facts get in the way of her idiotic rants?
Her motto has always been ‘damn the facts, full speed ahead!!!’
LOL!

Two Cents @ 02/06/2014 at 7:48 pm

@Elena: We know who is stupid and the idiot is. Incase you dont know u should stop no one likes you.

Er, Elena, I don’t believe you’d like “Anthony and Cleopatra” either. Or “Othello.” Or “The Phoenix and the Turtle.”
You might prefer “As You Like It” (“Men have died from time to time, and worms have eaten them, but not for love”), but it also contains the lines “I knew what you would prove: my friends told me as much, and I
thought no less: that flattering tongue of yours won me: ’tis but one cast away, and so, come, death!” (the facetiousness of which might escape you).
Perhaps you’re better avoiding Shakespeare altogether.

What a babe he is just HOT HOT SMOKIN HOT!

@PuppyLove: Shakespeare was a hack.
@everyone: The play tanked. I closed over a month early. No one went to see it. It sucked.
@11 When you die alone you will regret all of the time you spent mooning over an unworthy man. You’ll wished you had lived life instead of being so caught up in pointless, useless “romance.”

@PuppyLove: The infinite monkey theorem states that a monkey hitting keys at random on a typewriter keyboard for an infinite amount of time will almost surely type a given text, such as the complete works of William Shakespeare. In other words, any idiot can write Shakespeare, even a monkey. Even you. Well, no, not you. Monkeys are smarter.

And you are telling us you have a life? What a funny b*tch you are! I mean monkey.

The play itself had poor reviews, but Orlando’s performance was praised by some of the most important critics in NYC. But I guess that you’ll call the critics for the NY Times and Variety “hacks” now, too. You know. Since they go against your idea of ‘truth’.
BTW, that ‘monkey theorem’ would also apply to any work of literature, including Steinbeck, Tolstoy, Hemingway, Dickens, Faulkner, etc. The fact that you believe that this proves your opinion of Shakespeare just shows your lack of understanding in the subject of ‘theory’. Are you so stupid as to believe that a researcher really accomplished this feat? That they really did put monkeys in a room with typewriters for a hundred years, or so until they reproduced works from The Bard? Wow. That’s amazing. That theory simply used a well known, respected author as an example. As I said before, any author could have been named. It I’d not a comment on the talent of Shakespeare. Just a metaphor for probability. Sheesh. You really will twist any fact to be able to use it as an insult, won’t you. Even if it makes you look like an idiot.
As for Orlando being unworthy? In who’s eyes? Yours? Then he must really be a man if quality. If someone with your lack of vision and hate doesn’t like him, then that speaks volumes. Lol.
And your hypocrisy about fans wasting their lives in admiration for the man, while you spend countless hours following his every move was just icing on the cake. So funny.
You may be shallow, hateful and moronic, but at least you are entertaining. LOL

PuppyLove @ 02/09/2014 at 2:44 pm

@Elena:
Shakespeare was the best bloody hack in the universe. Try to stage plays written 100 years before and after him and you’ll see: many have no breaks for set changes, potty breaks or costume change when you need them. His plays have all of the above (except for that bloody one with the twins, but that was an early one). The history plays have more sex and violence than either comedies or tragedies–the man knew how to sell tickets! His lines roll out of your mouth and tell you how to deliver them emotionally. You take his skill with blank verse for granted. Is anyone still staging “Venice Preserv’d”? Try reading it aloud, and you’ll see why they don’t. Could your clever monkey do no better than Otway?

@PuppyLove: I’ve performed “The Bard.” Four times. Obviously you haven’t. He’s a hack.

Oh, so now you’re an actress, are you?
Judging from your girth, my guess is that you played a female Henry VIII? Or with your physical deformities, poor Richard?
Come on. Fess up.
You’re just calling him a hack because you couldn’t grasp the language.
LOL!

PuppyLove @ 02/10/2014 at 9:07 am

@@23: Now, now. Do not assume Elena is a fat no-talent. She could be a SKINNY no-talent. And you don’t want to conflate her with people like the legendary Pat Carroll, who played Falstaff, or Peter MacNicol, who made Richard II both hateful and sympathetic–something that is also required for Richard III.
@Elena: Four times? Contact me when you’ve done the plays so many times you have to restrain yourself from reciting the other characters’ lines.
Back to @23: Why shouldn’t she be an actress? She’s already fancied herself a critic. Those who can’t do, teach. Those who can’t do either, become critics.

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