New York area HIC fans have something cool to look forward to—
The Girl on the Train will be screened at the Big Apple Film Festival on Saturday, Nov. 9th.
Learn more and buy tix here [you lucky people of New York]—
More of Alan Rickman as Colonel Brandon in the delicious “Sense and Sensibility” adaptation by Emma Thompson.
Hiya. This post is for the one I missed on Sunday.
I now know that these two were cast as the Reagans for the movie “The Butler”. Will I see it? Haven’t decided yet–it could cause my brain my to explode.
This autumn’s entertainment is shaping up nicely. Tom Hiddleston. The Hollow Crown on PBS. And Thor 2.
Classic Moments with Severus Snape: It’s all about talking to the kids.
More lovely pictures of Ian working on the set of ‘Dress’. I can’t wait to see this short film [how do you get to see short films?], and I am so excited by Ian’s aspirations to be an independent film maker.
Just a recap of The Week in Henry Ian Cusick.
I love seeing Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston together. I loved seeing Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward together. Their kiss became the thematic image for the Cannes Film Festival this year.
[Oops, I knew I was forgetting something yesterday….this post is for Wednesday.]
At least one of Matt Smith’s ‘other’ endeavors is now available on DVDs that will actually play in North America–I saw ‘Womb’ for sale on Amazon.
I got the lovely photo from the Mattsmithissexy Tumblr.
Oooooo, look what has a US release date:
Above, Dan Radcliffe as Allan Ginsberg.