Fifteen Years Later, Billy Crudup Returns To Arcadia


The actor - who gained fame when he starred in Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia in 1995 - will now be returning to the same Broadway show, EW is reporting. However, Crudup will be playing a different part this time around: he’ll portray university academic Bernard Nightindale instead of 19th-century tutor Septimus Hodge, the role he had previously. The play is expected to launch in February, meaning Crudup will be having a very busy winter since he will simultaneously be giving his best Geithner in the HBO film Too Big to Fail. [EW]