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Phantom of the opera 2004 Cast The Phantom: Gerard Butler Christine Daae: Emmy Rossum Raoul: Patrick Wilson Madame Giry: Miranda Richardson Meg Giry: Jennifer E…llison La Carlotta: Minnie Driver Buquet: Kevin McNally Firmin: Ciaran Hinds Andre: Simon Callow Director: Joel Schumacher Original stage production/producer: Andrew Loyd Webber Original Novel: Gaston Leroux
With the way the 2004 version, with Gerard Butler as the Phantom ended, I doubt it, because a main character died at the very end, and without them they couldn't or shouldn't …have a reason to make a sequel. Although the main character did die in the end of phantom of the opera, that was way in the future when they are old. The sequel "Love Never Dies" has trailers available on youtube.
There is but it's not very long. It's directly after the play Don Juan, when the Phantom and Christine sing and she reveals his face to the audience and he cuts a rope that co…nnects to the ropes he disconnected earlier in the film. The chandelier more of slides and falls rather than falls directly down.
In the 2004 film adaptation of the Phantom of the Opera, Gerard Butler plays the Phantom.
Interesting question: Lots of gold and white in the decor of the actual room; there was a big stair case that led to another level, lots of artistic statuse of ange…ls, there was confetti at one point...ha! I found a good picture for you: http://thecia.com.au/reviews/p/images/phantom-of-the-opera-6.jpg That's a great veiw of it; people and all. Hope I helped!
It was an elderly Madame Giry.
At the Paris Opera House in France. It is set in 1870 Sincerely, Phantomfreak6377
During the Don Juan act, the phantom replaces another actor, him and Christine go up some steps singing. Then after she takes his mask off he slashes a rope to cause the chand…elier to fall.
Lon Channey's Phantom of the Opera 1925 caused women from the audience to faint when he was unmasked. Lon Channey did his own makeup, which given him the title the Man with th…e Thousand Faces. Claude Rain's Phantom of the Opera 1943 was the horror of acid being thrown at his face. It was the first movie to be in color. Herbert Lom's Phantom of the Opera 1962 was the horror of fire burning his face and a midget who did his killing for him. Christine is playing Joan of Arc, she is starting to believe her Phantom is an Angel from God. Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera the first London stage play with Michael Crawford, Sarah Brightman, Steve Barton 1986 with stellar beautiful singing, the horror was being unloved by everyone. Won several awards for best actor in the London's Majesty's Theatre and won several awards on Broadway in New York City. Andrew Lloyd Webber 's Phantom of the Opera 2004 with Gerard Butler, Emmy Rossum, Patrick Wilson the horror is the Phantom was not going to loose Christine to a rich dull Raoul. Emmy Rossum was nominated as best actress in the Golden Globes Awards. Robert England's Phantom of the Opera 1989 plays the Phantom and Molly Shannon. Christine Day is a young Broadway singer in New York City. Erik Destler, it seems, had made a pact with the devil (maybe by accident) so the world would love his music. The catch was Erik's face would be left horribly disfigured forever.
Andrew Lloyd Webber
Phantom of the Opera was first released in 1925 with Lon Chaney. First time in color was in 1943 Phantom of the Opera with Claude Rains. Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of t…he Opera 2004 with Gerard Butler.
Gerard Butler-The Phantom Emmy Rossum-Christine Patrick Wilson-Raoul
Lon Chaney's Phantom of the Opera 1925- I still become startled when he is unmasked. The makeup is extraordinary created by Lon Chaney himself it is based on the appearance of… Gaston Leroux's Phantom of the Opera. Claude Rain's Phantom of the Opera 1943-I am amaze of Claude Rain's acting to bring terror yet be a gentle soul who did not deserve what had happened to him. Herbert Lom's Phantom of the Opera 1962-Hertbert Lom's brings in a man who is tortured, abused by his fellow music publisher, his Christine is playing Joan of Arc, he becomes her tutor in music. Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera 2004-Gerard Butler brings in madness, his thoughts are "I am not given up Christine to Raoul." The music is mixed some of it is beautiful, some of it needs more study, more practice, Gerard missed a couple high notes resulting in yelling.
Persian the character from Phantom of the Opera written by Gaston Leroux was not in the movie of Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's 2004 Phantom of the Opera.
A musical as well as a drama.
I am not even sure what the heck this question means? It has nothing to do with religion as far as I know!
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