HOLA, Madrid! Well, I can confirm one thing. I do apparently speak more Spanish than Richard Ahhr-mi-ee-tahge. 😉
I missed the live streaming of this event–I have either been (A) working on video/photo editing for PRP or (B) attempting to sleep and not necessarily doing those things in the usual day/night order. Seems like it is either feast or famine with the video production biz and right now it’s more feast, which is good, except technical glitches have nearly driven me mad this week. So I am waaaaay behind in reading/watching DoS-related material. I figure it will be there waiting for me . . . still planning to see the film on Saturday with Benny and doing as I did last year, interviewing him about the film afterwards and sharing both our thoughts.
Richard Armitage France posted a few screencaps from the awards show at FB and RA Central posted Luke and RA’s snippet from the awards show. If you haven’t seen it, check it out. 😀 Or, hey, watch it again.
And this is just a bonus. Because I love his smile and oh my, those turquoise eyes . . .
Someone up there must like me after all. We all know my Country High-Speed is not really too fast, and thus watching a live streaming event is mostly an aggravating chore for those of us out here in the Middle (of Nowhere) Earth.
Fortune has smiled on me in terms of the premieres, however. Whilst I missed portions of both the LA and Berlin events, when it was time for Richard to appear, lo–it WORKED! And with a decent quality picture and sound! How wonderful to see him and hear him speak from the lavish red carpet in Berlin tonight. The event felt very expansive–both in terms of the large amount of physical space allowed to hold it, and in terms of the liberal amount of time given for the actors to visit with fans along the way. Lots of autographs signed and photos snapped! (Screencap courtesy of RA Bulgaria on FB)
Now how about those elf ears! I loved this wonderfully fangurl-like touch on the red carpet. All screencaps unless otherwise noted courtesy of Servetus at Me + Richard Armitage.
Servetus has already voiced her delight with how well the event was managed in Berlin, and I can only second that. It was very fan-friendly AND actor-friendly. The interviewers seemed intelligent and knowledgeable and treated all with whom they came in contact on the red carpet with courtesy and respect. The actors definitely seemed to enjoy themselves with a natural rather than forced enthusiasm in the air.
Yes, I know film premieres are a much bigger deal in places like Berlin and Tokyo than in L.A. Still, I wish they could bring a little bit of that overseas dynamic to my home country for occasions such as this. Yes, I know premieres are plentiful in La-La Land; however, considering how much money the first film made and how much more moola this second film is likely to bring Warner Brothers, I just think they could, and should, do better . . .
Note the single lock of longish hair brushing his forehead, the crinkles, the genial smile and the general air of bonhomie. I swear, Harry Kennedy, sporting a sharp suit and a bit of stubble, was peeking out tonight. And I LOVED it!