OUT-TAKES REEL FROM THE ANGLOPHILE CHANNEL PREMIERES IN LESS THAN 30 MINUTES!

"Ooooooh, let's not go there..." better be in there!

“Ooooooh, let’s not go there…” better be in there!

(That’s NOON Los Angles time, BTW.)

You’ll be able to see them on The Anglophile Channel YouTube page, and once we get the direct link, we’ll post it here at good old RA US’s blog!

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Richard Armitage US is a respectful blog with a sense of humor and POV, and is designed for fans of British-born actor Richard Crispin Armitage, star of – among other productions – North & South, The Vicar of Dibley Wedding Special, Robin Hood, SPOOKS (MI-5 in the US), Chris Ryan’s Strike Back. He also starred as Thorin Oakenshield in Peter Jackson’s adaptation of JRR Tolkien’s The Hobbit trilogy, and was nominated for an Olivier Award for his work as John Proctor in Yael Farber's production of The Crucible at the Old Vic. Upcoming films include Urban and the Shed Crew, Sleepwalker, Pilgrimage and Brain on Fire, based on Susannah Cahalan's memoir. He recently completed his arc on the NBC series Hannibal as Francis Dolarhyde, also known as "The Red Dragon." Although this page is US-based, we encourage RA’s fans from across the globe to enlist in the RArmy, and join us here, on Facebook, Tumblr and Twitter!

4 responses to “OUT-TAKES REEL FROM THE ANGLOPHILE CHANNEL PREMIERES IN LESS THAN 30 MINUTES!”

  1. Servetus says :

    Reblogged this on Me + Richard Armitage and commented:
    The last chunk made me feel vaguely manipulated. Now I really really manipulated. Nonetheless.

  2. Kathy Jones says :

    Wish it was longer but liked the silliness. How can you not like people who don’t take themselves too seriously? The last bit is rather irresistible, and the buns looked like dim sum.

  3. Missey says :

    I would really like to watch the whole thing straight through. Each video makes me feel like I’m watching a very different person. I’d really like to see how he moves from one kind of interaction to the other rather than seeing everything chopped up.

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