Thursday, April 30, 2015

Day 24 Richard Armitage 31 Day Challenge

A Favourite Hairstyle

I really liked his hair during DOS Premiere time. 

Of course, my favorite spy always looked perfect

Photo from The Fashion Court
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Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Day 23 Richard Armitage 31 Day Challenge

A Scene Which Made You Cry

Spoilers if you haven't seen the film

The Hobbit: BOTFA

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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Day 22 Richard Armitage 31 Day Challenge

First Character you Think Of

John Thornton

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Monday, April 27, 2015

New Richard Armitage Interview this Week on Yahoo Movies UK - Look for it Next Few Days

Day 21 Richard Armitage 31 Day Challenge

A Favourite Photoshoot

The Sunday Times magazine in 2006. 

I'm not sure who the photographer was for this photoshoot. I should know it, but I don't.  It is still a favorite, and also has my favorite photo of Richard - oh that smile.

Love him in that black coat. 

I'm not sure if it was even the same photoshoot. 

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Day 20 Richard Armitage 31 Day Challenge

A Favourite Character Outfit

Guy of Gisborne 

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Saturday, April 25, 2015

Day 19 Richard Armitage 31 Day Challenge

Beard, Stubble, or Clean Shaven?


Stubble is my favorite

But he's also gorgeous with a beard or clean shaven:


(pics from

Friday, April 24, 2015

Day 18 Richard Armitage 31 Day Challenge

A Favourite Quote About Him

“Its strange, because in real life he’s so quiet, and he’s very unassuming and shy, and yet you put him in those boots and that coat and give him a sword, and he immediately assumes an incredible authority . . . He always walked like Thorin on set, and when he’s Richard, he walks in a completely different way.”

 New York Daily News, December 2012, Peter Jackson on Richard Armitage

“We auditioned the role of Thorin and saw many, many actors and Richard really managed to capture for us the very important sense of nobility because he is essentially playing a king, but also the conflict as to whether or not he has the ability to lead these dwarves on this very difficult quest, a small number to fight a dragon, to reclaim a homeland, it’s a very noble thing he’s trying to do but he doesn’t really have the resources. Also, with the character, there’s a sense of honour, the quiet honour that Richard carries which I think is absolutely superb. As an actor, Richard is one of those very rare actors in which he uses stillness and he uses quiet to draw your eye. There can be a lot of things happening on the screen, there can be many characters on the screen, and yet Thorin in his stillness draws your attention. It’s a very, very rare skill and he’s somebody when he’s on screen your eyes go to, you want to watch.”

Peter Jackson, Press Conference in Japan for The Hobbit:AUJ Premiere, Dec 2012 

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