Geeky & proud! Love words, Shakespeare, poems, writing & family history! Hate misogyny & lies. Lost in desperate admiration of a number of rather lovely actors.

 

cumberbatchweb:

Benedict Cumberbatch modelling for his wax figure at Madam Tussauds.

Matching eyes! Fun and creepy…

cumberbatchweb:

Benedict Cumberbatch modelling for his wax figure at Madam Tussauds.

Matching eyes! Fun and creepy…

danburnforti:

Richard Armitage photographed at The Old Vic for The Sunday Telegraph, June 2014.

I can’t stop saying how beautiful he is…

maddieonthings:

Missin’ that lake cabin

This was me waking up after my weekend! :)

maddieonthings:

Missin’ that lake cabin

This was me waking up after my weekend! :)

richards-smile:

Richard Armitage smile appreciation

BBC Breakfast studio, Manchester, 07/14/2014 [x]

richardcfarmitage:

"It was this play, it was this director, it was this particular time in my life, it was this theatre in the configuration that it is, in the round; I think it’s so special what they’ve done at the Old Vic. I studied the play at drama school, I only got to play the final act - so those lines were very familiar to me when I came back to it 20 years later.  Certain lines just resonate with you; there are still lines in the play that I find really difficult to speak and you know that you’re dealing with great writing when the words have that much of an effect on you."

 RA, explaining why it was [The Crucible] that brought him back to the stage (x)(x)

I know he looks all seriousness and brooding and fear and all those things but look at his ears!! Very elven! :)

I know he looks all seriousness and brooding and fear and all those things but look at his ears!! Very elven! :)

(Source: stewardish)

armitagefan:

"Armitage at first smoulders, all dark looks and muscular seriousness. Later he blazes, raging against the paranoid insanity that engulfs him — and also against his own fallibility." from this review (x)
picture source (x)

armitagefan:

"Armitage at first smoulders, all dark looks and muscular seriousness. Later he blazes, raging against the paranoid insanity that engulfs him — and also against his own fallibility." from this review (x)

picture source (x)