JOHN LOGAN: HIS CAREER IN PICTURES
Posted on 15 December 2023.
Posted in: Interviews with cast and creatives
‘I spent my life dreaming about working in the British theatre and going to the theatre and being inspired by the theatre – as everyone should be. It’s magnificent, and nowhere in the world has that.’
John Logan to BAFTA
The UK premiere of Tony Award-winning John Logan’s Double Feature, directed by Jonathan Kent, opens 8 February at Hampstead Theatre. Learn more about John Logan and take a look at some of his multi award winning screenplays and productions....
Russell Crowe in Gladiator (2000), directed by Ridley Scott, written by John Logan
Gladiator was awarded the BAFTA Award for Best Film, the Academy Award and Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture and a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture
Leonardo DiCaprio and Cate Blanchett in The Aviator (2004) directed by Martin Scorsese, written by John Logan
The Aviator won the 2005 BAFTA for Best Film, an Academy Award for Best Cinematography and the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture.
Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter in Sweeny Todd (2008) directed by Tim Burton, written by John Logan
Sweeny Todd after it's release in 2008 won the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture.
Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne in Red written by John Logan, directed by Michael Grandage
This production, first produced by the Donmar in 2009, transferred to Broadway and went on to win the Tony Award for Best Play 2010 and the Drama Desk, Drama League and Outer Critics Circle awards.
Red had more than 400 productions across the US and over 160 foreign productions in 25 languages.
Daniel Craig and Judy Dench in Skyfall (2012), directed by Sam Mendes written by John Logan
Skyfall went on to win the Empire Award for Best Film, two BAFTA Awards, two Critics' Choice Awards and an Academy Award.
Andrew Scott in Spectre (2015), written by John Logan
Spectre won the Empire Award for Best Thriller and Best British Film.
Moulin Rouge! The Musical (2018) Tony Award-winning Best Musical, with book by John Logan
The Musical, currently running in the West End and on Broadway, is the recipient of 10 Tony Awards.
Double Feature opens on the Main Stage 8 February. Tickets from £10