You always look so into it, Richard Armitage

Like a man dying of thirst.

Claude Becker (Richard Armitage) and Daphne Kluger (Anne Hathaway) kiss for their lives in Ocean’s 8.

~ by Servetus on July 18, 2018.

15 Responses to “You always look so into it, Richard Armitage”

  1. And I totally love that 😍👿❤

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  2. Perhaps he is. 😉
    On a side note, I loved the scene where Claude and Daphne are sitting on the couch. Watch his eyes right after she slaps him. I giggled out loud in the theater (and I wasn’t the only one).

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    • I have to mention (b/c I am perverse) that he said the easiest scenes to play were those least like him, so, who knows.

      I love that scene, too, and I have a post idea for it. Hopefully this weekend.

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  3. Thanks, Serv!!! Yeah, it’s incredibly spectacular, isn’t it? For me his kisses are a sensual manifestation of carnal bliss along with a strong feeling of being perceived!!!

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  4. I think he has true admiration for his colleagues, and he channels this into his work (ahem)😘😘😘😉

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  5. This is why I desperately want to see him in another romantic drama – lots of passion and angst.

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  6. I guess we get so into him because he gets so into his roles. Hmmm wouldn’t mind being on the receiving end of one of those!

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    • Every time I’ve seen this I’ve wondered how you arrange to do a kiss like this. They must have to have a discussion about how they are going to do it. Would love to be the fly on that wall!

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