The Literal The Hobbit trailer..hilarious:
Game of Thrones is one of the other major productions, besides The Hobbit, that's expected to appear at Comic Con. See article here:
The messiah poll: Which looks more Christ-like?
1) RA as Guy of Gisborne..RH3
2)James Caviezel in The Passion of Christ?
[R: Ah, Hollywood. After reading the following actor's difficult journey, I'm reminded exactly why I'd ignored everything to do with it and show business in general for over 10yrs]
"Hollywood is nothing if not vengeful. Jim Caviezel, star of The Passion of Christ says that he has been blacklisted."
I luvvv the following show. Discovered it as the season ended and was fortunate in that CBS decided to rerun for the summer. It's very well done--fascinating premise. Title is 'Person of Interest.' The star definitely is one:)
For those who've never seen 'Person of Interest,' following is the trailer for the first season. The premise is that a computer geek billionaire, with access to government files containing tremendous amounts of personal and other information on each citizen, develops a program that pinpoints someone in imminent grave danger. The nerdy computer specialist needs someone to help him prevent the person identified from either commiting a deadly crime or becoming the victim of one. He finds a former CIA agent whose job and quality of life disintegrated when he lost his wife. Reese, the former CIA operative, agrees to help save innocent peoples' lives. Each week he's handed the name of the 'person of interest.' With simply that sole piece of information to go on, he proceeds to discover why that person's name has popped unto their computer screen; and what it behooves him to do to prevent a tragedy.
By the way, the star James Caviezel has played someone with the initials J.C., which are not only his initials as well, but also my hubby's. How's that for coincidence? Of course, the most famous J.C. of the three is Jesus Christ;) I've never seen the movie 'The Passion of Christ' and don't intend to do so, since I've never been a religious person - more philosophical than religious. I am however married to a wonderful man in every way, who is also a Sunday churchgoer. Generalizations never work when applied to individuals, but in my life I've definitely found the company of people of faith to be far less boring than sharing time with those who make a religion out of attacking the faithful.
Since this Caviezel tv series is appearing on a Richard Armitage blog, I'd like to state that I love all 3 of the aforementioned guys, that is Armitage, Caviezel and my very own J.C. - all for different reasons. Of course the hubby-in-chief is definitely my main squeeze. There's nothing smoke and mirrors about him, which is the direct opposite of the entertainment industry.