I always prefer the direct look into camera rather than any drama..e.g.
e.g. drama below - prefer it retained for the movie/tv cameras..
Something Kinda Ooh for the weekend..
Recent sunset at a NC beach
NEWS:Following is excerpted from a recent interview with RA's female co-star in BLACK SKY. She's also one of the stars of The Living Dead:
- Away from the show we are going to be seeing you back on the big screen in thriller Black Sky so can you tell me a little bit about that?
I actually taped an audition for that. The audition actually came through on my birthday and Melissa McBride, who works on The Walking Dead, had a camera and I just said to her ’can we throw this down real quick?’ And whatever she did was so great that I got the part.
So it got me my fourth consecutive English leading man and put me on the screen with Richard Armitage. Andy (Lincoln) and Richard had worked together on some project and so they were writing to each other about me long before I got on set.
It was a lot of fun. It is a big budget, high special effect project and it is a movie on the scale that I have never had chance to work on before.
And yet I found the same thing that I found on The Walking Dead, that it is driven by simple moments of honesty between people. And so the special effects only matter in so far as they support the human story. But it was a ton of fun and Richard and I had a ball together.
"You'll pardon me, sir," said the clergyman in a sharp, vigorous voice. "Your features are familiar, but I find it hard to recall where we have met. Was it in Oxford?"
The young man was tall and thin and big-boned, with a scar on his cheek. He wore a double-breasted riding coat cut away short in front to show the waistcoat and the stout breeches, both of a lighter brown. His hair, which had a hint of copper in its darkness, was brushed back and tied at the back with brown ribbon.
"You're the Revd. Dr Halse, aren't you?" he said....
Recognition came. "Ross Poldark. Well, well. You've changed. I remember now.."
The little clerk had heard of the Poldarks, had heard of Joshua(Ross's father), from whom, they said, in the fifties and sixties no pretty woman married or unmarried was safe. This must be his son. An unusual face with its strongly set cheekbones, wide mouth, and large, strong white teeth. The eyes were a very clear blue-grey.." (Soon after it's revealed Ross Poldark walks with a limp.)
As a British soldier in the American colonies, Ross Poldark was under the command of Gen Cornwallis. Following link demonstrates that Cornwallis is still reviewing his troops in Williamsburg, VA;)
Between the Sheets: Paul Andrews
Who knew Captain America is a biker?
The Cinematic corner blogger supports RA for both the Euron AND his brother Victarion roles in Game of Thrones. He suggests the actor could play both roles simultaneously. Following is his vision for that scenario: