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Film and TV Now (@filmandtvnow) September 02, 2014
When there’s no blue around to reflect in his light gray eyes – these are not blue eyes. Surely we don’t love him less.
Previously I bemoaned the fact that Into the Storm is not opening in Mexico until September 5, and I was planning to go to New York just before Labor Day – when I wasn’t sure that ITS would still be playing. So, there was a real chance that I would miss it in NY and miss it in Mexico. Since I found it intolerable that I would miss seeing it on the big screen, I changed my plans and moved the trip…
Did anyone else notice that today, @RCArmitage used the term “ass kickin”” and not “arse kickin’”? Sounds right to me.
here Total reported: $ 72,373 M
Russia, in which the film opened on 8/7, leads the foreign box office with $ 5M +, with France and Malaysia coming in next at over $ 2M.
In the UK, which has only been playing it for week, the Box Office figs are a respectable $ 1.9M
Still to come, parts of Latin America, including Mexico – Viva Mexico!
This video has undergone scrutiny. There was some question whether it was Richard Armitage – but he’s been identified by the poster Everyone, including the tallest dancer, seems a little squat. I think this is why Frenz, earlier, fixed the aspect ratio.
There’s something about the movement of hit feet that brings back the Esquire shoot video.
Here First and foremost. Congratulations to Servetus for achieving a four year in the making dream – 7 times no less. My envy is per se.
Is anyone surprised? Not me. Not the friends I speak to. From the time of the announcement that Richard Armitage would be appearing in London, in my opinion it was a far gone conclusion that Servetus would have to attend. How could she not? She announced…