Comic geeks, including a couple screenwriters, admit to being fanboys over Capt America - See RA about 3:50 and repeats.
They analyze scenes and characters in-depth, including Heinz Kruger but usually don't mention actors names. The language gives you an idea just how excited they are about seeing their comicbook heroes come to life. At one point the commentator says "even if you've never 'done' Capt America before"...haha...that term is usually reserved for dating situations. Don't they sound downright orgasmic over the film? They have their priorities - we have ours:)
NEWS: Stuntman Mick on Chris Ryan's Strike BackQuestion #10: A lot of us are Richard Armitage fans. What was he like to work with?
QUOTE: Mick Milligan: Richard is a gentleman. He did well in doing a lot of the fight sequences himself for the sake of character authenticity. For the duration of the shoot he lived John Porter. I think he even surprised himself. Easily one of my favourite actors. He's one of us.
LOVE LETTERS MYSTERY: Initially mentally filed under huh? What? Where? Why? hmmmm. Love letters from HenryVIII to Anne Boleyn were found in, of all places, The Vatican Library.
After some reflection it became evident that it really wasn't all that amazing afterall. They were probably sent there as evidence by those who did not want the king to receive a dispensation from the Pope in order to divorce his first wife. Fascinating indeed...The Tudors series demonstrates the eternal truth of President Harry Truman's words "the only thing new in the world is the history you don't know."
More I read about Chas Brandon, more I realize he was exactly the type of character RA prefers playing -- morally conflicted, complex personality. Shades of light and dark with ever more evidence accruing on the dark side...
The Willoughby name is prominent in The Tudors series. Brandon's 4th wife was Catherine Willoughby...
Capt John Smith, founder of the first permanent settlement in America (Jamestown, VA) was born in Willoughby, Lincolnshire, England. His father rented land from the Willoughby family.http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/John_Smith_of_Jamestown
Steeped in history, Alford, Lincolnshire is a town that claims links with US Presidents. It was thebirthplace of female preacher and ‘first American feminist’ Anne Hutchinson,
who founded the State of Rhode Island and from whom Presidents Roosevelt and
Bush are said to be directly descended. Alford is also where New World adventurer Captain John Smith first went to school in the 16th century. Smith was born in nearby Willoughby and the
welcoming parish church of St Helena still has the same font today that was used to baptize him in 1580.
Very personable but doesn't have the rivetting voice standard to which we've become accustomed ;)
We have a peeking princess to thank for this shot....
Henry VIII's cutting edge muscle shirt...
Above and below are His Royal Hotness...