Member of tonight's The Crucible audience posted this photo to Twitter..
Euron Greyjoy's ship is called 'The Silence' because all it's crewmembers have had their tongues removed. Writer Martin describes him as TDH, one eye is covered with a patch - the other is brilliant blue. He also has blue lips(in the books). Once Euron returns to Westeros, he dominates the Greyjoy family which includes his brother Victarion.
Amused by one reviewer's remark that "this is Hollywood, therefore some cast members are more attractive than people we see everyday." haha Can't imagine who s/he? might have been referring to;)
The Hobbit:Battle of Five Armies listed in latest EW with Dec movies:
Photos and a new recipe for sidedish called "Carolina Caviar" - made with blackeyed peas. Memories of a great week on NC coast. Following pic taken on the waterfront at Beaufort, NC.
Learned the prolific writer Nicholas Sparks has at least 2 novels published that were located in this charming coastal town. I've just started "The Choice" primarily hunting for mentions of the many places we've haunted in that area for past few years. The word "haunted" comes to mind because, besides the beautiful waterfront and historic homes, Beaufort's centuries-old "Burying Grounds" lure tourists to walk through and view stones from the 1700s including a British soldier's. He died there during the American Revolution. Here's the condo view:
Recipe for sidedish "Carolina Caviar" It's great with bluefish entree.
Great as a dip, or as a sidedish
servings1 Large Bowlingredients
1 Large Onion
1 Bunch of Cilantro
2 Cans of Black Eyed Peas
2 Cans of Shoepeg Corn (or sweet white corn)
1 Bottle Italian Dressing
Salt and Pepper preparation
1. Dice the tomatoes, onion, and cilantro, put in large bowl.
2. Add black eyed peas and corn.
3. Then add spices and bottle of dressing.
4. Mix and enjoy
Above and below - Gary Fuller, Into The Storm. An exciting thrill ride of a film!
Filming of Into The Storm
ah shucks, mam...
Maybe someday, in the distant future, the special effects technology in "Into the Storm" will look fake and make audiences snicker. But today, it's hard to imagine any movie ever topping this one's depiction of killer tornadoes laying waste to the Midwest.Short of sweeping the entire audience up into a holographic tornado, while high winds blow the other spectators around, nothing will lay a glove on "Into the Storm" as the ultimate weather disaster extravaganza.Perhaps the best measure of the story's effectiveness is that, given the choice between heightened spectacle and human life, the audience's emotional impulse is always toward human life. Except in the case of the cameraman who gets sucked into the gasoline vortex - that's just too good to resist - whenever someone is holding on for dear life, we hope they maintain their grip. We believe just enough to make "Into the Storm" more riveting.http://www.sfchronicle.com/movies/article/Movie-review-Into-the-Storm-effects-will-blow-5674627.php?cmpid=twitter-premium&t=49b8e51166ec8502a1
Hold on Gary...
Meanwhile on other side of pond, Proctor's Crucible continues to sell out..