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synathroesmus:

Please note that in the last couple of days, this tumblr has been reposting my Richard Armitage gifs and quite frankly, I expect it to get worse because he/she has been getting a lot of notes on them. As this person does not have an ask (of course) I can only request that you don’t reblog his/her posts and instead, check out the My Stuff page for those original gifs, along with many other delectable ones that some of you may not have seen before. There is also a slight sprinkling of Lee Pace, Tom Hiddleston and Benedict Cumberbatch edits in there to spice things up.

As appreciation for your attention on this matter, here’s an unpublished gif from that wonderful MAX 60 Seconds with Richard Armitage Interview. In fact, I found several “lost” gifs from that interview that I never posted, so look out for a brand new gifset in the near future. Now, back to your regularly scheduled programming. Thank you.

Lee Pace Info,

elvesandwalkers:

Updated!

Lees new manager is 

Creative Artists Agency
Kim Hodgert
2000 Ave of the Stars
Los Angeles, CA 90067

DO NOT SEND FAN MAIL THERE, 

Send it to his new publicist


Carrie Byalick 
212 774 6157
150 west 30th st 19th floor, NY NY 10001

I called and confirmed all this FINALLY, so there it is! 

Repost to Lee Networks if you would like. 

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“To be honest, the characters I play are revealing enough.” Case in point: the aforementioned Soldier’s Girl, in which Pace played trans soldier Calpernia Addams, who inspired a formal review of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell after her lover, Barry Winchell, was murdered in 1999. “I was shocked at how much I saw myself in that character,” Pace says. “I worked on transforming myself so much for that role so I assumed I wouldn’t recognize myself, but I saw so much more of myself in Calpernia than I ever anticipated. So, I’m already revealing more of myself than I’m comfortable with.” - Lee Pace, 2014 (x)

sunnydisposish:

Ready or not, peeps, the final installment of The Hobbit trilogy draweth near. In the U.S., The Battle of Five Armies officially opens on December 17, 2014. That is exactly 100 days from today (Sept. 8). One hundred days before/until we see The Elven King again in all his lethal glory!  Let’s hope Peter Jackson has heard our prayers (and complaints) and will give full play to Thranduil’s story arc in the final movie, instead of focusing on lesser (and less interesting) Elves as he did in The Desolation of Smaug. With that hope, let me begin the countdown.
Countdown: 100 days to The Battle of Five Armies
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sunnydisposish:

Ready or not, peeps, the final installment of The Hobbit trilogy draweth near. In the U.S., The Battle of Five Armies officially opens on December 17, 2014. That is exactly 100 days from today (Sept. 8). One hundred days before/until we see The Elven King again in all his lethal glory!  Let’s hope Peter Jackson has heard our prayers (and complaints) and will give full play to Thranduil’s story arc in the final movie, instead of focusing on lesser (and less interesting) Elves as he did in The Desolation of Smaug. With that hope, let me begin the countdown.

Countdown: 100 days to The Battle of Five Armies

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