I’m not stuck on Paris. Marseilles would be fine, too.

•May 20, 2022 • 9 Comments

That glance in his eyes!

Off to France? I feel like that was awfully fast.

•May 14, 2022 • 24 Comments

There was also this. I’ve been so overwhelmed lately.

Also, deep in Mac / PC keyboard confusion again. Blerg.

In fact, I’d love to have him for breakfast

•May 3, 2022 • 8 Comments

Whose dadbod?

•May 2, 2022 • 14 Comments

This is more my style

•May 2, 2022 • 17 Comments

The Man from Rome. This looks like a lot of fun!


and here was the

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Audible joins the Armitage multi-verse. I guess.

•April 19, 2022 • 10 Comments

OK, honestly, Audible, if you find the answers to your own marketing too boring, why don’t you come up with a new approach? Cynical potshots at Armitage’s most loyal fans are really not necessary. Or is this a new spring tradition?



Richard Armitage to enter lucrative NFT market

•April 1, 2022 • 28 Comments

Richard Armitage’s agent is expected today to announce the actor’s immediate entry into the new and very volatile NFT market.

For his NFT, the actor hopes to capitalize on his love of skiing.

One possibility would be for him to open his own “Bored Ape Ski Club,” as a spin-off to the very popular NFT venture beloved of celebrities and fans alike. He would be developing further figures based on the “Ski Bum” collectible, which lives on the Ethereum blockchain.

Armitage poses with some potential designs for the Bored Ape Ski Club.


Armitage is also considering more unique NFT projects. Since the strong success of his costume sale in 2021, the possibility of using NFTs to monetize the more artistic aspects of his own role preparation has come into focus.


Possible future NFT? A photo Armitage created while practicing his camera skills for Stay Close.

He will also be able to tap into the deep archives of his early career photo archives in creating his own inimitable NFTs.

Sheep dung Armitage photographed while preparing for the role of John Standring. Collectors will have the opportunity to own the exclusive intellectual property rights to this highly sought-after NFT.

Armitage’s agent has long been concerned about why Armitage’s career has not been a more prominent one. Armitage saw the extreme environmental cost of bitcoin mining as an insurmountable obstacle to this newly popular career approach, but recent efforts to change the code to reduce the environmental cost of crypocurrencies dissolved his final reservations. He is reportedly ready to dive in as early as today. United Agents is confident that this activity will not only fatten Armitage’s wallet, but also give him an increased visibility that will lead to more interesting role offers.

Another possible NFT expected to be available very soon: a copy of Monet’s London paintings produced while preparing for The Impressionists.

If you don’t know what NFTs are, don’t feel bad. I’m pretty sure Richard Armitage has never heard of them either. April Fool!

The poster from Rome

•March 21, 2022 • 4 Comments


I prefer full price Richard Armitage

•March 21, 2022 • 28 Comments

Series 2 of Sanditon started in the U.S. tonight. I watched it out of curiosity (I was curious to find out how they’d write themselves out of the ending of series 1, which I really liked). I was a bit annoyed that they decided to roll that back somehow (and was not that into Theo James anyway). Then I was looking at the Vulture snarky recap (open in a private window if you hit a paywall, where I ran across this:

(The actor in question is Tom Weston-Jones.) I don’t know that I’d love it if Richard Armitage were in this (he’s probably a little too old now for this kind of role), but it does warm the heart to know that pop culture critics at least know who he is.

Not A-list enough

•March 18, 2022 • 15 Comments

Sandra Bullock was apparently asked recently what would have to happen for an Ocean’s 9 film to appear.

Keeping in mind that I am pretty sure Ocean’s 8 was the only film in the franchise I’ve seen more than ten minutes of, so I don’t really know how it works — I would like Claude Becker to return, after completing a prison term, as some kind of spoiler. It could be another fun comic role.

Sandra Bullock thinks the first precondition is finding a ninth woman.  Who would you pick? How would you choose?

I would love someone like Viola Davis.


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