* I don’t know what my problem is, but every time I draw his robe, I have to mess it up like this! C; *
Well worth the loading time. Also, anyone know the meaning of those black and white ribbons that they’re wearing in the context of SXSW? Perhaps anti-racism or anti-corruption?
From contemporary classics to an early historical novel, the star of the ABC comedy Pushing Daisies picks a best of list that’s born in the USA.
Lee Pace on stage in ‘The Normal heart’ on Broadway.
Tony Leggett’s Palm Reading of Richard Armitage
So strange, we were just talking about Lee Pace’s palm reading and now this shows up today. I guess the whole question of privacy is really in the eye of the beholder: whether you believe or don’t believe in this stuff. I think it’s just interesting.
“I read the pilot and thought, ‘Who is this sociopath?’” Pace said in the post-screening Q&A. “Then I looked again and saw someone who looked like Steve Jobs, a little like Donald Trump in the early 1980s, a little like Gordon Gekko, and a little like the guy with 80s greed. He just wants to make a computer for you. It will serve your life and help you connect the dots.”
"You see, he’s doing it again," interrupted Toby Huss, who plays Joe and Gordon’s boss with a delightful Texas twang and an even more remarkable soul. "He’s defending Joe. His character’s an awful bastard. We all know that. Yes? No?"
Richard Armitage accepts The Anglophile Channel’s Favorite British Artist of the Year Award in an interview with Marlise Boland
My main takeaway from this lovely interview? Richard says that when he gets angry, his voice gets really deep. Thank you and goodnight.
I don’t know what it is, but Lee looks absolutely stunning in these new photos from the “Halt and Catch Fire” panel at SXSW today. He cannot continue in this way; the universe will not be able to contain his handsomeness.