Michelle Forbes posted a photo of her dog 'Henry' on instagram. The plot thickens when one observes a man wearing a watch is petting Henry. Is it Richard? Is it the Lucas North watch?(see
RA wellwishers researched recent news on the novel '1984' and discovered there will be a new film adaptation.
Richard tweets Congrats on $250 Million boxoffice for Oceans 8..
Trevor Belmont opened a twitter account on July 3. When asked if there will be drunk tweets he replied "there will be only drunk tweets" That's our Trevor;D
Here is his twitter account: https://twitter.com/Castlevania/with_replies
The Battle of Gettysburg in US Civil War was fought over three days July 1, 2, 3 in 1863. Here is an amazing photo taken of surviving Union and Confederate soldiers shaking hands, on July 4, 1913, over the very same wall where they fought each other 48 years previous.
EXCERPT: I mean, gosh, there’s even a really funny — and insightful — line, which I wouldn’t dream of spoiling, when Debbie is talking about her former relationship with asshole socialite art dealer Claude Becker (a sensationally hideous [has to be sarcasm;] Richard Armitage: Pilgrimage, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies), and why he deserves to be set up as their fall guy for the heist. (They maneuver it so that he’s Daphne’s date for the Met Gala.) She’s explaining what she saw in him, despite the fact that he’s a spectacular jerk, and it’s a terrific illustration of a modern woman’s expectations about what a man needs to bring to a romance nowadays.
Richard Armitage is a dashing villain... The Hobbit star plays Claude Becker, a slippery, but very charming art dealer and former boyfriend of Debbie Ocean, a relationship that ended rather badly. With Debbie now out of prison, he's in her sights, can he stay out of trouble...
Unlike the other films in the series, Ross and Milch brilliantly do away with a love story. Instead, they look at the flipside of that proverbial coin – revenge. That said, it stretches believability that someone as smart as Debbie would ever be caught off her game – even in the safety of an allegedly loving relationship. Despite that doubt, the vengeful scheme thrust upon shifty art dealer Claude Becker (Richard Armitage) sufficiently ties the narrative together.
EXCERPT: "There was a little flurry once upon a time just after I'd come out of The Hobbit where I auditioned for Batman," Armitage revealed. "It was at the same time that Christian Bale was leaving, there were about five or six actors that were in line for that character, so I went through quite a process with that."
Though he didn't ultimately get to don the cape and cowl, Armitage admitted that he remains fascinated by the Batman character. "The sort of darker side of a man, and the desire to right some wrongs... I think it's really interesting, that character Bruce Wayne."
After an Entertainment Weekly reporter made the unwise statement that she would have preferred if a more prominent actor was cast as the villain of Oceans 8, Richard calmly replied to her that they did cast "an A-lister" who dropped out. He sweetly neglected to mention he was the replacement. The shocked woman took her frustration out on RA fans by using obscene language. All that happened yesterday! Today Richard tweeted his horoscope which read in effect "do not take seriously any negativity that might come your way" - he seemed very amused by the sequence of events. A sense of humor is always the best defense in life and he has a great one! Act 3 - checked back to the ongoing saga to discover the reporter has apologized and recognizes our fav actor as "a class act" :D Tweets: