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A Peek Into The Alternate Universe Where Patrick Stewart Has Hair, Is Still Friends With Ian McKellen


At first, I had some trouble recognizing Sir Patrick Stewart without his signature lack of locks. Fortunately, I just used context clues to figure out that it must be Sir Patrick Stewart, since Sir Ian McKellen is next to him. Because they are the perfect pair on inseparable best buddies. Here, the pair are actually playing Hirst and Spooner in Harold Pinter’s No Man’s Land, though the play will be paired with Waiting For Godot, in which the two play Vladimir and Estragon at Berkley Repertory Theatre in Berkley, California through August 31. For east coast fans, the show is coming to Broadway via the Cort Theatre, and will open November 24. You can check out a video teasing the plays at EW.

(via Entertainment Weekly)

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  • http://www.jamielikesthis.com/ Jamie

    Sir Patrick looks like a slimy white collar criminal with hair. I don’t approve. Does Sir Ian get to shave him during this show? Can he, upon audience request? It’ll happen.

  • Anonymous

    Patrick Stewart with hair? Is this the darkest timeline?

  • Mike Chen

    I’m going to this next Wednesday. Soooooooo psyched!

  • Sam Groves

    Is still friends? As in he isn’t in ours, or did you mean ‘but is still friends’?

  • CommentsSectionsAreDumb

    I want those blue socks. Now.

  • Hollyanna

    I was afraid they had had a falling out I didn’t hear about!

  • Anonymous

    The title makes it sound like McKellan and Stewart are only still friends in that alternate universe…

  • Noelle

    Yeah, I had a minor heart attack over that.

  • Pete Marshall

    HERESY! :O

  • Anonymous

    I honestly thought Sir Patrick was Bill Maher for a split second…

  • Anonymous

    It;s pathetic how upset I was about it until I realised that the title was just ambiguously phrased!