Richard Armitage still dominates Berlin Station 3 poster

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~ by Servetus on October 10, 2018.

29 Responses to “Richard Armitage still dominates Berlin Station 3 poster”

  1. And it’s a mystery why 😉

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  2. Look at those blues… ❤

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  3. I really don’t know what it is – the bouffant hair, the (otherwise delectable) greyed temples, but somehow he really reminds me of Wolverine here… Or maybe it’s the fierce look… IDK

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  4. A promotion ruse? I don’t really think his part in this (his last?) season will be that sizeable.

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    • Yeah I tend to agree w you. Where has he been most of the time filming? It is a downer for me bec I discovered him thru BS😩

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      • Busy shooting My Zoe in Berlin and Moscow, and then going back home to be with his family before a short sojourn in NY. He’s also spent a lot of time in recording studios, working on several audiobook projects.

        If you’ve discovered him in BS, then you’ve got loads of interesting stuff to catch up on, works that will reveal his true measure as an actor. Or have you already started exploring his wonderful gallery of characters? BS is certainly far from being a tour-de-force for him; he’s capable of so much more…

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        • Yeah I hope My Zoe gets a decent release next year and he gets recognized for it. My wish is that he would do stage work so I could see him. Many of the commentators here have been fortunate enough to see him in The Crucible and/or Love Love Love. I saw The Crucible on Digital Theatre and was just blown away by the entire production. He was brilliant as Proctor-the look, the voice, the mannerisms, the way he moved around the stage sigh sigh …

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          • 🙂 Definitly, you are right lillianschild! Michele you can’t understand the way old fans’ mind runs without exploring his wonderful gallery of characters, both the kind characters and the worst characters too. Les pires personnages incarnés sont ceux qui révèlent le mieux la profondeur de son jeux.
            Il faut ajouter ses rôles muets, ses mimiques, ses gestes, ses déplacements dans l’espace (référence à ses talents de danseur). Selon moi il danse quand il fait des mouvements amples.
            Sa marche vue de dos, ses courses à toute vitesse rappellent sa démarche d’albatros. Cet albatros est reconnaissable dans tous ses films ( pas lourds, bras longs, comme engourdi par son physique)
            I STOP …

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  5. I have a mental picture of RA” dominating” the poster by wrestling it to the ground, and maybe tearing it apart with his pearly whites. I hope his prominence in the poster means he won’t get killed, at least not right away. I don’t mind the series getting ” killed”, but I prefer him to survive, and maybe have a happily ever after. That seems rare for his characters.

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    • If he is killed off the series will die. He is the heart of the series in my opinion. Why wouldn’t his twitter handle come first there?

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      • Well… although his face and name have featured prominently in the show’s promotion, from the get-go BS has been more about Rhys Ifans and Leland Orser’s characters than Richard’s.

        I love Richard and the bulk of his work but, judging by the structure of the show and the way it’s being written, I think it’d suffer more from someone like Orser moving on.

        A children show such as Robin Hood that never took itself seriously gave him more to work with character-wise than what the writers of BS have delivered so far.

        If you’re looking for a multi-layered, fascinating and well-written Armitage spy, then please do watch Lucas North in Series 7 and 8 of Spooks, a spy show that knew how to do suspense and tension and make you care for each and every character.

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        • Yeah I’ve been on a mission to watch everything of Richard’s but I’m not quite there yet. I really want to watch Urban and The Shed Crew but when the download was available last Spring it didn’t work on my computer and then it disappeared as a download. I’ve seen Spooks twice now and starting S8 for a third time. Guy is my fav character. Lucas is warming up to me. I think S9 left a bad taste in my mouth with what was going on there. I like Spooks as a spy series and I totally agree well written although they seemed to run out of steam in the shortened S10. I love Robin Hood, my dad recommended that to me and I’ve seen that 3 times. Sparkhouse is very good. I wasn’t really into Between the Sheets although Richard was yummy to goo goo eye there.
          I finally saw Vicor in White the other day and just loved it!!
          I wish he would do another BBC series. That way he could stay in London, close to his dad and brother’s family and do something high quality.

          BS: I thought quite the opposite that the show revolved around Richard’s character and everyone else were supporting players and if Richard left then the show would suffer but who knows. Orser seems to be like the welcoming committee on the show commenting the entire shoot about places and things on his Instagram.

          So I wonder if principal shooting is now nearly done, and they have announced an air date, when is this sit down with the cast to answer questions that Orser announced in July? Maybe next month or closer to air date?

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          • If you can locate it, I quite enjoyed strike back

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            • Cindy, I;ve seen Strike Back twice now on Amazon (I ended up buying the downloads as um an investment). I know that Porter is a favorite here and he is a hottie and hunky but I wish his family life had been fleshed out a bit more. He has a thing with Dani but even that was sort of down played in favor of the soldier and patriot. I know Strike Back was more of an action G.I. Joe type of series and he looked and acted great but just not on my O level like Sir Guy or Harry or Standring or even Daniel where I first met Richard. Maybe a bit more watching on my part. Lucas isn’t in my top 3 either.

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          • According to a tweet I saw yesterday, next week’s the final one; it read week 17/18. Apparently, they’ll be focusing on the scenes featuring James Cromwell’s character, who seems to be a central player in this season.

            I love the first seven series of Spooks in particular, and Series 8 was quite good- Sarah Caulfield notwihstanding. I think things started going truly downhill when new writers got on board in Series 9; they hadn’t a clue about who the characters were.

            Just like you, I wish he would return to British television- it’s been too long of an absence if you ask me.

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            • Yeah I did not like Sarah Caulfield. I thought her Bostonian accent was fake and it kept filtering in and out. I thought when Lucas was holding the coffee cup container in his hand and he had that sly little smirk on his face like he looked amused that was sexy. As far as spy series went I agree. I also liked Season 1-6 and Season 10 was a wrap up. I liked Lucas constant references to Harry there was one in S7 about Coronation Street which I had to google. That’s series has been around a long time too!!

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          • Series 9 of Spooks never happened in my books. My canon’s Therapne’s “The Phoenix Project”.

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      • Oh, and a huge plus: Lucas North had a British accent. very big smile

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    • My friend after Tide’s Fall said “can you take me to something next time when he doesn’t die”
      This after The Crucible The Hobbit Captain America etc lol

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    • so you’re saying it’s like a Francis Dolarhyde crossover and the poster is made of edible paper? 🙂

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