Leave your questions for RA at following blog. There will be a press conference with Hobbit cast members early Sat morning in London:
Tweet from Todd Garner:
Todd Garner @Todd_Garner 16h“@THR: Found-footage tornado pic 'Into the Storm' to hit theaters August 2014 http://j.mp/16xGISp ”
OPENING DAY is AUG 8, 2014 -- The Warner Bros. film -- Into the Storm -- Starring Richard Armitage -- is directed by Steven Quale.
Tornado pic Into the Storm will rip through theaters on Aug. 8, 2014.
Directed by Steven Quale (Final Destination 5), the found-footage film stars Richard Armitage, Sarah WayneCallies, Matt Walsh, Nathan Kress, Arlen Escarpeta, Jon Reep and Jeremy Sumpter.
The Warner Bros. film -- previously titled Black Sky -- follows a group of storm chasers trying to document an unprecedented onslaught of tornadoes that ravage a small town. While some residents seek shelter, the storm chasers prove just how far they are willing to go to capture a once-in-a-lifetime shot.
Are Pez Thorin and the Orc bffs?
ahhh...who doesn't enjoy what seems to be a happy ending for Richard and Anne in The White Queen?...But, the lovely proposal and acceptance have just occurred in ep 6, and judging from other relationships so far, we'd be wise not to expect their fairytale romance to continue without at least a few down moments. Afterall, no one's life is a thornless *rose* garden;)....have no shame.
New Series REIGN premieres in Oct. Here are some of the beautiful/handsome costumes: http://www.tvguide.com/special/fall-preview/PhotoGallery/Exclusive-Reigns-Royal-1071152/1071159
There is also much excitement about a remake of romantic 18th-century melodrama Poldark (Richard Armitage is tipped to play the lead), as well as a shameless compendium of crowd-pleasing Victoriana in Dickensian, a remix of the 19th-century author's work in which his most famous characters from different novels cross paths. That's without even mentioning Julian Fellowes's The Gilded Age, an epic NBC network production about wealthy New York socialites set in 1880s Manhattan.
Happily this Fall, when it raineth it poureth fine quality new tv series, e.g. Sleepy Hollow:
Yes, it's true - hopeless romantic here, but it's such a lovely place to be..and I'm obviously not the only one..