Malcolm is involved in a new movie called First Platoon reuniting him with Sid Haig from Halloween.

For the first time in almost 12 years Malcolm could return to a regular role on TV instead of just guest roles like Heroes. The show is called Franklin and Bash.
Malcolm will appear on The Mentalist for the first time. This is a Top 20 show a big move up for him with shows Heroes almost gone in the ratings.
Malcolm will appear on in March CSI: Miami.
Malcolm appears in his first music video for hire - Snuff by Slipknot. He hasn't appeared in a music video in 15 years since he was promoting Tank Girl.
The IFC Center has what they call Kubrick Masterworks playing ACO and 2001: a space odyssey at midnight the next few weeks.
They only gave 4 days warning on this one. Malcolm will be live in Sydney, Australia at a Star Trek convention.


Malcolm has now be linked to his second golf movie called Golf in the Kingdom. The film has been kicking around for years, so hopefully it will finally get made and do better than Stroke of Genius.


Malcolm has been attached to a new film with a director who he's worked with before in a mess called the Lexx. This one has more promise and is called The Spider.


This is weird. For the second time in the last few months Malcolm has gotten a role as the president of the US in a part 3 of a video game series. This time for the Red Alert 3 Expansion


Rob Zombie lied, he's going to direct a Halloween sequel next year and initial reports are Malcolm is coming back.


For the second time in a month Malcolm narrates a documentary, this one is on ballet and called the Extraordinary Journey of Fernando Bujones.


I heard about this last week, but have been waiting for some more info. Still there isn't much. The next film Malcolm is shooting is a vampire comedy called Suck.


There is going to be a private art exhibition for the 40th anniversary of if...., this is by a fan and is not anything official from Paramount.


Malcolm narrates the documentary Blue Gold: World Water Wars premiering this weekend in Canada.


This was in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, but it's not on the theatre website, so confirm it first in case you are going. Friday, Sept. 26, at Lindenwood University. At 7 p.m. in the new Peter Bezemes Family Theatre, McDowell will introduce A Clockwork Orange, the 1971 Beethoven-fueled fantasy about a near future of rampant gang violence. After the screening, McDowell will answer questions. The Benzemes Theatre is located in the new Lindenwood Center for Fine & Performing Arts, 2300 West Clay Street in St. Charles. Tickets are $5 for student with ID, $10 for the general public. For more information, call the Box Office at 636.949.4433.


Malcolm will be honored at the 11th annual Savannah Film Festival and will have showing of ACO and Never Apologize.


Malcolm will be in Los Angeles promoting Never Apologize in 2 days.


Malcolm will be in New York again in a couple of weeks for the NY premiere of Never Apologize. Click here for the dates.


Malcolm has joined the cast of the highly anticipated Fallout 3 where he will play (of course) the bad guy, the president presiding over a nuclear destroyed Washington DC.


Malcolm's likeness will return to plastic for the first time since Star Trek in 1994. There will be a Linderman action figure released in September. Click here for a scan on the Heroes page.


Malcolm will have a voice role in the upcoming Disney film Bolt. He will be prominent mostly in the beginning of the movie.


Malcolm will be attending Orlando, Florida's Screamfest Oct 17-19.


Malcolm will be attending the Big Apple Comic Con in June.


The Antique Dealers Association of California is using its upcoming 13th annual Los Angeles Antiques Show at the Santa Monica Airport Barker Hangar to benefit P.S. ARTS, whose focus is on restoring arts education in public schools. Among the show's planned highlights are a display of Malcolm McDowell's vintage toy collection. The show kicks off with an Opening Night Preview Party at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 23rd, in the Barker Hangar at 3021 Airport Ave. Then the event will continue from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Thursday through Saturday, April 24th to 26th, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, April 27th. Tickets for the preview party are $150, while daily admittance to the show is $15.


Malcolm will be attending the 17th Annual Florida Film Festival.


If you want a chance to talk to Malcolm and win some autographed prizes, check out the Red Roses and Petrol page. Anyone with a computer and a camcorder is eligible.


Malcolm has taken a narration job on a DVD on release featurette in a set called Justice League: The New Frontier


Malcolm will make yet another appearance, this time in London 7/19/08.


Good news if you are in England. A chance to see all of Kubrick's films with a special guest.


Malcolm will return in person to Baltimore for the Shore Leave 30th Anniversary


If you thought it was time another one of Malcolm's most famous films to be turned into a musical, well they are doing it for Time After Time.


Malcolm will be appearing in person in Rome Italy to make up for missing his appearance last year. Thanks to Mrs. Wood for info and the scan.


Malcolm will be the star of the Idaho International Film Festival in 11 days appearing in person to show Never Apologize.


I never thought I'd say this, but someone is putting on a live version of Vinyl. It should be called 'The Tortures of the Damned'. Also there's a new version of the ACO play, the first one in 7 months.

Good news. Malcolm's best work in Halloween will be officially released on the 2 DVD unrated set in 3 weeks set as well as a section of bloopers with him. I added the cover scan and details.


Who would've ever thought this would happen? Malcolm is making his debut in the Girls of Penthouse Nov/Dec 2007 magazine.


They must've liked him last year, because once again Malcolm is hosting the Jules Verne festival's opening night.


Malcolm will be attending the Texas Frightmare Weekend. This will be close to the time Doomsday is coming out.


Malcolm will be attending the Chicago International Film Festival to show Never Apologize.


Malcolm has a small voice role in the latest episode of the cult smash animated show Metalocalypse.


Malcolm's son has now been linked in a trash mag to the starlet Haylie Duff so I added an article and 2 scans about it. 


Malcolm has a voice role in an animated series coming next year.


Malcolm will be attending his first convention in Canada this weekend.


The Stanley Kubrick Exhibition is coming to Rome and Malcolm is scheduled to be there with a trip after to 2 places in the US - probably NY and LA...


Hopefully this will include the long awaited MM commentary.

On October 23, Warner will debut remastered special editions of four Kubrick classics: '2001: A Space Odyssey,' 'A Clockwork Orange,' 'The Shining' and 'Eyes Wide Shut.' The releases are set to debut simultaneously on Blu-ray, HD DVD and standard-def DVD, with each title available separately as a stand-alone release. Currently, the studio has not indicated whether the titles will also be bundled together as a box set collection. Supplemental details for the four titles have also not yet been revealed, but tech specs on the next-gen versions will include 1080p video transfers and remixed Dolby TrueHD 5.1 audio tracks on both the Blu-ray and HD DVD editions. Retail price is a whopping $28.99 each.


The special DVD edition we've all been waiting for is coming in October - a 4 disc set of Caligula featuring everything - full soundtrack, the rare early version with all the deleted scenes and I don't know how, but with a MM commentary!


Malcolm will be appearing in Rome, Italy in the next week for a festival there.


A new project has been announced, a radio drama Malcolm will be doing called Sleepy Hollow - The Lost Diaries.


Malcolm will definitely be appearing on AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies 10th Anniversary next month.


Warner Brothers has released a flyer promoting A Clockwork Orange on HDDVD for the first time.


Rob Zombie announces he will make a rare convention appearance at Fangoria's Weekend of Horrors on Saturday, May 19 at Burbank Airport Marriott (2500 Hollywood Way) in Burbank, California to promote the film. He also implies he will bringing any cast he can at this late date. He quickly shot up to top billing on their website right after.


During an interview about Heroes Malcolm let it out that he's signed up for 2 more Halloween movies if this one is a success.


The film of Malcolm's one man show on Lindsay Anderson now has an official site: www.neverapologize.com and will be showing at the Cannes Film festival May 16-27, 2007.


Finally some news on the lost TV show Malcolm did called Masters of Science Fiction. The show is complete, someone has seen it, but has no home.


The roles keep coming. It was announced yesterday that Malcolm will be in the film Doomsday.


Malcolm has a cool new project in 2 months. First he worked with R2-D2 at the Jules Verne awards, now he's doing a Star Wars voice on a Robot Chicken special in June.


Harvard professor of psychology and biology Dr. Marc Hauser whose research sits at the interface between evolutionary biology and cognitive neuroscience and is aimed at understanding how the minds of human and nonhuman animals evolved will lend his insight into Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange as part of the Science on Screen series at the Coolidge Corner Theatre, Brookline MA tomorrow at 7 p.m. (617-734-2500 or official site).


Malcolm will be doing another festival the week after he wins the Malibu award.


Malcolm will receive the 2007 Malibu International Film Festival Achievement in the Arts Award. Read all about it.


Malcolm gave his first interview for Halloween and reveals a cool behind the scenes story on an unscripted scene with a cell phone.


For the first time ever Malcolm will be attending a Horror convention to promote the new Halloween film. There will also be at least 5 other actors and actresses associated with the film in attendance. There will probably be a large panel discussion and more. It's the HorrorFind in Maryland this August.


Lewis University in Romeoville, IL will present the lecture "Books (Movies) That Inspire: A Clockwork Orange" at 7 p.m. Tuesday. The free lecture will be in room A133 of the academic building on the Lewis main campus on Illinois 53. Buzz Pounds, assistant professor in Lewis' English department, will be the presenter. He will explore the 1971 film "A Clockwork Orange," directed by Stanley Kubrick. Pounds will discuss how the movie's difficult themes and cinematography create cognitive dissonance in those who view it.


Added an article to the Halloween page with Malcolm's first quotes about the role. The funny thing is Malcolm hasn't even seen the original film!


The Paper Wing Theatre Co. in CA is also doing an ACO play in 2 months. I added the Flyer and their site - www.paperwingtheatreco.com


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A new MM 'film', but I can't find any info no the premiere mentioned.

The documentary is titled "Never Apologize" and will receive a New York screening Thursday at the Walter Reade Theater in Lincoln Center. Kaplan - who produced "The Whales of August" (1987), which Anderson directed with Bette Davis, Lillian Gish and Ann Sothern, and which turned out to be the last film made by each of those once-indestructible ladies - says a high point of "Apologize" is McDowell doing a dead-on impersonation of Bette encountering ex-husband Gary Merrill on her flight to Maine to start working with Anderson on "Whales."


I have not seen this TV show and am not sure when he will be on. A new episode airs on Monday, so I will be monitoring it.

Malcolm McDowell has joined the cast of the NBC hit drama Heroes. In a recurring role, he will play an ally of Nathan Petrelli (Adrian Pasdar). Petrelli is a politician who harbors a secret.


The third ACO Play I've posted about this year will actually be the first one shown next month in England. It will travel around and features a small cast in many roles in what sounds like an innovative multimedia experience. They even posted a trailer on youtube for it.


Added the Cover scan of a "book" on Malcolm sent to me by the author. I also added the details on it here.


A collection of letters to Lindsay Anderson will be available to view starting next month in England.


The AFI Silver Theatre in Maryland is doing a retrospective of all of Kubrick's major films starting Jan 26 through March 1.

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All text except where noted 1998-08 Alex D. Thrawn for www.MalcolmMcDowell.net