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Hello again!

Welcome to Dominic Cooper Online! We were previously at dominic-cooper.com and we have had a few host problems. We lost all the content, re-found it, and now re-building the site.  Of course with a re-opening we got a lovely new layout.

Image by Image, we are organising the gallery and restoring it to its former glory. We have re-organised the posts, a lot have been deleted due to linking to the old gallery and images being lost. You can also view all the press articles, by the press link above (this contains all the interviews that Dominic has done). So I will make a small video archive, and develop new pages.  So look out.



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Dominic Cooper stars in a brand new staging of The Libertine, which opens in Bath from Wednesday, August 31, to Saturday, September 17, as part of the Theatre Royal’s 2016 Summer Season. Directed by Olivier and Tony Award-winning Terry Johnson, Stephen Jeffreys’ thrilling drama appears at the Theatre Royal Bath immediately prior to its West End transfer to the Theatre Royal Haymarket.

Meet Dominic Cooper
Welcome back to Bath. Last time round you were treading the boards in Mark Ravenhill’s play Mother Clap’s Molly House. How do you think The Libertine will fare?

I remember the audiences being the best audiences I’ve ever performed in front of. It went so well in Bath. It is an extraordinarily odd play, if quite brilliant, and it changes so dramatically halfway through, but people there really loved it. I can’t wait to be back in that theatre. By the way they reacted to that particular play I think The Libertine is going to go down tremendously well. With the theatre itself I remember it being very big but also very intimate. It’s beautiful in Bath and I have a great feeling about us starting out there before the West End and gaining confidence with a really welcoming and all-embracing audience.
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At AMC’s #ComicCon #SDCC press conference for #PREACHER, I got the chance to ask #DominicCooper on whether or not he thinks his character on the show, Jesse Custer, a preacher who possesses the power, Genesis, to make people do what he tells them to, is a superhero
“He’s a flawed superhero because it doesn’t really work, and it’s going against what he wants to achieve which is to improve a place he cares a lot about and he’s a man desperate to change himself, desperate to make himself a better person. He knows that he’s flawed, he feels guilty about what he did to his father. And he thinks he’s the chosen one and he’s coming around to that way of thinking very quickly, at first he didn’t want anything to do with it.

And it seems like he’s sort of absorbing into the very fabric of who he is. He thinks he can still do good with it. And the truth is power on that scale is very dangerous and the fact that he’s not yet realizing it, it says a lot about him. And the fact that he’s capable of having this entity inhabit him and remain there, the fact that he can harness it means to me that his half evil, half good, there’s a very bad side to him. And he’s had a tough life and he struggles. I like that you say he’s good because he’s desperately trying to improve himself.”

What do you think, fellow “Preacher” fans! Does Dominic have a point? Share your thoughts about his response in the comment section below.

By the way, “Preacher” season 1 ended last week with the revelation that God is missing. Season 1 was the #2 new cable drama launch this year and the show has been renewed for a second season which arrives next year. Exec-producers Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen are keeping what’s to come under wraps for now.

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