So he like school uniforms, huh? Had I known I would have worn a pleated skirt and knee socks to the Q&A!!!
Whats up with the caption under the one picture of him sitting saying " the charmingist drunk man ever and the drunkest charming man ever",.??? That comment makes me giggle.
Damn. I KNOW that Steak N Shake well!!! Got lunch there more times than I can count. Didn't know Alan was the Steak N Shake sort!! Furthers my assumption that he stayed at the Hilton at the corner of Kirby and Neil! But NO, I didn't go check.
Sorry, my fault. You can go to those sites and see the thumbnails, I don't hve time to repost them right at this second. Will try later.
It just dawned on me that that guy must have some association with Sigourney. *duh*
LOL...Sue, it's funny that you should mention Madika's site! She's great, isn't she? I get so many of my icons from her! She really is a dear person!
Ok, i have to admit it. I like the striped pants,,,,,,,,hmm, stripes do make one look thinner,,,,,,,off i go to buy a pair of striped pants.......see you.
Just got in from a wonderful day on the river with temps in the mid 70's. Thanks for all the birthday wishes and now I can have fun catching up on all the great reports and pix (and stubble)
WHO is that guy standing next to him in that first FLickr pic - the one he looks to be laughing with?? That is the same guy that was with he and Sigourney last year as they exited the Snow CAke premiere...!
Ahh those "eye contact" moments! Makes your spine turn to jelly. Thanks for these AMAZING pictures!!
Many happy returns, Sue. Hope you have a lovely day.
I think thats it, there must be another shaving scene when he gets back to London as Melanie Parker did say something like he is going to resume filming when he get back,,,,,i think,. You know, thats trust, eh. He obviously is getting a real shave from Johnny or he wouldnt have real stubble,,,, just dont slip Johnny.
Wow,,,,,,,what a way to wake up.Great pictures and stuff guys......thanks Claudia, your the best. I just love it when a drought is over,,,,,,
Wonderful pictures! You know, I noticed that when I met him the other night, when I was up close, that he hadn't shaved. He had this grey/white stubble. I thought, well, it was a long day. But then I notice on the Today Show he looked stubbly then too! And in these pictures also! Is this his new look? Is he trying to grow a beard? Hmmmm.
Thank you for the video clip, Claudia, and thank you for the photos, sue.
Claudia I can´t open it. I´m waiting for the youtube version
Hey is everyone ok in England? Heard about the earthquake???? Is that normal for England? Hope everyone is safe. Watch out for after shocks. Barb
I dont know about you guys but he can show up at my door anytime looking like a "drowned rat".....and i love the scruffy look and the hair, that man does improve with age. I also feel that there is a great connection between the two, kinda like when hem and Emma get together and do a movie or an interview....there great together.......
My Alan experience has been logged! Or at least as well described as I can manage in mere human words. http://snokat.livejournal.com/ I'm looking forward to hearing what Dee and LIT might say about their experience!
I dunno, the more I look at it that GB entry does have a lot of characteristics of his writing. But that capital A doesn't match. But, it's interesting that the entry is admiring a font, seeing his background in typography....
Looks suspiciously like AR's handwriting, doesn't it...?
I finished my postcard over the weekend and took it back to the gallery on Monday afternoon. The clothes shop was open, but the basement was completely deserted. At first I felt stupid standing all alone inside the gallery, but then I decided to use the situation to my advantage and to take a closer look at the ominous "Noise" postcard. The back side turned out to be especially revealing:
Besides a nice little autograph of our favourite actor it also contained what appeares to be Melanie Parker's private (?!) address (which I won't give to anybody, so please don't ask). I wonder what I should make of that...?
And yes, I put the card back on the wall again, even though the temptation was almost overwhelming. After that I rewarded myself for my honesty with a big slice of chocolate cake from Pret a Manger...
4/27/07 at 07:21 PMWhat is your location?
United States PA HarrisburgComments:
Is anyone going to be able to post the Today Show video tomorrow here, because am afraid I wont be able to see it on TV because I have a school soccer game and have to be at my school by 8 (which sucks so bad). SnoKat
i can't wait to hear about it.
4/27/07 at 07:01 PMWhat is your location?
Does anyone know if he is doing anything else on the talk show circut? Joy really liked Alan and it would be bitter sweet for him to be back on the View. ( I love Alan but cannot stand Rosie).
4/27/07 at 06:45 PMComments:
that is NY time and it is live. Night!!!!!!!!
4/27/07 at 06:44 PMComments:
Welcome back SnoKat but I shall have to wait 'til tomorrow. Bedtime here!
BTW the Today
show is listed as 7am tomorrow? Is that NY time and is it live?
4/27/07 at 06:36 PMWhat is your location?
Can't wait to read it, SnoKat!!!
4/27/07 at 06:26 PMComments:
SnoCat , you must be joking :-) it's the dead of the night, I'm waiting for any info, and everybody puts me on wait, arrrrgh
4/27/07 at 06:02 PMComments:
Well, I just got home. I've pictures, I've got stories, I've got a
hickey a souvenir. (ha ha) I'll do a whole write up! And no, I didn't see a cut on his forehead, and I was pretty close. More later!!
4/27/07 at 05:44 PMComments:
Thank you for explaining, sue. I remember it from Painting with Light, but never really understood what it meant.
4/27/07 at 05:29 PMComments:
Well as a non American I always thought the "Aw-shucks" syndrome was a sort of coy, self-effacing comment that makes out you are a "good ol' boy" (even if you aren't). Alan used it to describe James Stewart, didn't he, in the Painting with Light?
4/27/07 at 05:25 PMComments:
Very nice blog entry. Thank you, sue.
What does "aw-shucksisms" mean? Does anyone know?
4/27/07 at 05:15 PMComments:
From Ebertfest bog HERE
*Alan Rickman, here with Perfume: the Story of a Murderer
, at dinner last night, talking about his work in the Canadian indie Snow Cake
. He is erudite, not prone to or particularly tolerant of Americanisms, and visibly tired of fielding Harry Potter
questions if polite when that subject, or any other, comes up. He is droll, but regally so, free of the aw-shucksisms that American actors affect, which renders him less immediately accessible and infinitely more authentic. He is also ridiculously, nay, ridonkulously attractive, even more so than on screen. Ah, starf***ery.
4/27/07 at 04:57 PMWhat is your location?
Probably old news but not only will OooP be on Imax but the final scene will be in 3D.
First time on here for weeks as life keeps getting in the way (life, don't talk to me about life!) and only read today's postings, well done for volunteering to Sue and Ali-Pat, as the saying goes, if you want something doing properly, give it to a busy woman to do!
Anyway Sue has a birthday on Sunday, so a very early "have a happy one" in case I don't get on here again.
4/27/07 at 04:50 PMComments:
I wasn´t serios with that comment either Alfan
. That was just the figurative execution I was laughing about
Thank you sue
for transforming my long link into a short here
4/27/07 at 04:17 PMWhat is your location?
Oh, i wasnt to totally serious on the slipping scissors comment, hee he. But i just read that interview the gave about Pefume and the question he was asked about what would Snape think of Jean Baptists potion and he replied " who knows what Professor Snape is thinking",,,,,,,,,,,,,makes me laugh.....it sounds like when it comes to Alan and the roles he takes and interviews its
exnah on the Snapeah ..................
4/27/07 at 03:11 PMComments:
AlSiPaRi, sorry I have made your link into a "HERE" but for some reason it takes you to a different page despite using the URL I got off Google News which should be THIS one.
Nope it still takes you to the title page, how odd! You can find the story on that page under "More of Today's News"
4/27/07 at 02:05 PMComments:
nice interview with Alan. And Robert Ebert liked TP very muchHERE
4/27/07 at 01:55 PMWhat is your location?
....lol, it could be.
I do not want to say something about yet. Let´s look out for the next.
4/27/07 at 01:31 PMWhat is your location?
I don't remember there being a cut or anything on his forehead. I think it is just a shadow. Maybe Dee or Snapekat can verify that. None of my pics really show from that angle.
4/27/07 at 11:08 AMWhat is your location?
Thanks Catsplay for one of those links that you posted.
I started reading this blog after the Edinburgh Festival last year when it was made into a play.http://riverbendblog.blogspot.com/
4/27/07 at 10:24 AMWhat is your location?
Ok, who loves his hair,,,,,,,,,,i do i do.......he looks great. And i think that is a bit of a wound on his head,,,,,,,maybe Johnny slipped with his scissors........
4/27/07 at 10:17 AMComments:
Maybe it's just a smudge or imperfection on that photo.
4/27/07 at 09:19 AMWhat is your location?
ItalyComments:Thank you so much sue and CatsPlay! The end of Teh Drought, thank God...
Talking about the cut on his forehead, I can't see it on the second photo! Kinda weird, isn't it?
4/27/07 at 06:26 AMComments:
Wait, IS that A CUt on his fore head??
4/27/07 at 06:12 AMComments:
Couple other reports herehttp://mrschucknoblet.livejournal.com/1508.html
4/27/07 at 06:08 AMComments:
Yay, Sue!! Does it look like he has a cut or something on his forehead??
4/27/07 at 06:05 AMComments:
Thank you so much Snow Kid! Now, i can listen and understand
And Sue, also thanks for your effort!
4/27/07 at 05:17 AMComments:Sue
we love the film and never mind some stupid reviewers. Thanks for posting them and thousand thanks for the first pic. I am so much looking forward to hearing from our friends, jippiii
This "adamselzer" post made me laugh out loudly. Hilarious - I love his glares, hahahah
Sabine, how nice to hear from you!
4/27/07 at 04:55 AMComments:
First find from last night's "Overlooked Film Festival" in Illinois:
Taken from THIS
4/27/07 at 04:43 AMComments:
A late entry in Salon.com. You just know the reviewer is a Rickmaniac!
4/27/07 at 04:38 AMComments:
Quite a few Snowcake
reviews floating around in the U.S. today. As usual a few stinkers. It appears to be a film you loathe or love.New York TimesLos Angeles TimesLos Angeles Daily NewsNew York sunUSA TodayTwin Cities Daily Planet
4/26/07 at 08:50 PMWhat is your location?
So, it's been eons since I posted here, but I'm still around watching y'all! I am just really, really, really busy with real life and it'll probably stay that way for a while. But I wanted to say thank you to sue and Ali-Pat for helping us (well, especially Claudia) keeping up this site. I know I haven't really been able to do my share lately.
Thanks for all the best wishes and thanks to everybody for making this such a wonderful place to visit! It certainly brightens my day to read all your posts, even if I don't have time to participate in the discussions.
4/26/07 at 04:31 PMComments:
Btw, my postcard is now being exhibited in London (the random project sent me a photo) hahaha in certain sense together with his OMG OMG OMG
Miserable buggers haven't sent me anything!
4/26/07 at 03:00 PMComments:
UK premiere of OotP:http://www.the-leaky-cauldron.org/#article:9753
TLC can now confirm the UK premiere of the fifth Harry Potter film will take place in London, England on July 3
. This event will happen at the Odeon Cinema
in Leicester Square at approximately 6pm.
At this point we do not know the names of who will be attending, and will update with more on that and any other details about this premiere when we can.
4/26/07 at 02:01 PMComments:
the 4 poems Dogs and Bones
After a few days of war
the Sarajevo streets were a catwalk for dogs:
perfumed dogs, well-groomed dogs, dogs
with cut-glass collars
and not a flea between them. Their owners
had left them as they left
the burning city.
The trash-heaps became
a battlefield where the lapdogs lost
to an army of strays, lean-limbed
and mangy with hate.
Cowering and cleansed, the back-alley refugees
retreated to the doorways
of locked apartments, barking in answer
to each unearthly whistle
as the morning shells came in.
one of those locked apartments
where we kicked down the door, searching
for a bastard sniper and found
the skeleton of an old woman fused
to a kitchen chair, yes, merged with the wood.
She had starved to death
sitting next to a pantry crammed with cans of food.
We spent a long time debating the crucial issue
of her religion. Yackety-yack. We could get no clue
from the photos that littered the place,
or the needlepoint of a knight
and castle, or the hundred
bottles of perfume placed around her bed.
Her piously folded hands remained a secret.
It was dawn before the argument died out
and we carried her into the street where dogs
were fighting amid the garbage--
nothing they wouldn't risk,
nothing they wouldn't eat. Who cares,
anyway? Who knows
whether she even believed in God? 'By God,
God will find his hands full
after this war," someone said, and we fell
silent, pretending not to see
her silly grin, and the sudden silver glint
of the can-opener on its chain
around her neck.Beginning After Everything
After I buried my mother
under fire, I sprinted from the graveyard
after the soldiers came with my brother
wrapped in a tarp
I gave them back his gun
after the fire in the eyes of my children
as they ran to the cellar
the rats ran ahead of them
after I wiped the old woman's face
with a dishtowel
terrified to reveal a face I knew
after the ravenous dog
feasting on blood
just another corpse in snipers' alley
I wanted to write poems like newspaper reports,
so heartless, so cold,
that I could forget them, forget them
in the same moment that someone might ask me,
'Why do you write poems like newspaper reports?' Christmas
'I'm blind,' I say. I don't speak again
for a very long time. Of course,
I'm lying about being blind: if I look
out of the window, to where
the children are singing carols, I see
how the snow seems to fetch a rainbow;
I see frozen songbirds fall
from the branches; I see a butcher haul
a slaughtered lamb down the street.
It is night. An icon burns in the stove.
There's a seamless drone from the airport
that makes me want to weep.
'I am blind,' I say, 'I am blind.'
She doesn't say a word. She beats
the Devil's tattoo on the tabletop.
'I've forgotten,' I whisper. I don't speak again
for a very long time. Of course,
I'm lying about having forgotten: I think back
to hoofprints in the snow and dogs on a leash.
It was a manhunt. I remember my father laughed
when I barked at the birds.
'Have you ever noticed how a vacuum-cleaner sounds
like a plane in take-off, or how
a TV left on too long will fix a room
with a hot and heavy smell? Have you noticed
the depth of frost?' I ask her.
'Have you noticed this incredible frost at all?'
She's got nothing to say for herself.
She might not have heard.
I won't speak again. I'll sit here and watch
the traffic lights adapting endlessly
to whatever's best. That's me, I'm just like that.
A whole universe buzzed above
the control tower: isn't that strange?
Fish in the depths are strange--the way they live.
The smell of hay in an orchard
is too strange for words. Now and then,
someone winks from the bottle:
the genie, the Puck of plum brandy.
'Can you see me?' I ask. 'Can you see me any jot
of me, any tittle?' She nods, but of course
she's lying. As if I cared, as if
she could understand the half of what I say.Sarajevo Spring
It is spring again. The spring is coming.
It is coming in
on crutches. Swallows nest in the ruins.
Someone has strung a clothes-line
in the graveyard
and a hundred diapers semaphore the wind.
Peace surprised us: we needed more time
to pretend we deserved it, more time
to be 'the survivors',
as if we had plans, as if we knew
what next, as if
our dreams were not all of seagulls and the sea.
Peace is like a virus, a light fever.
Peace makes our Sunday suits
restless; it makes our shoes shuffle.
Soldiers wander the streets legless on slivovitz
asking, 'What next? What next?'
They won't go home
to collect their demob papers, they won't
hand in their uniforms;
well, what did you expect?
They needed more time, more time
like the boy we carred feet first from the movie-house,
wiped out by a happy ending.
like our neighbors, who've clean forgotten
how to keep a good row going;
like our local hero, a four-hundred-metre man,
who sits all day by the running track
in his wheelchair
as if it might suddenly come to him: what next.
Soon it will be medals and flags, a coat of whitewash
for the orphanage walls. The children carry
family albums with them
wherever they go. My friend carries
a child's winter glove. I think
he needs more time for this, more time, I think
peace has made us less than ourselves, and spring
is coming hobble-
clop, hobble-clop, hobble-clop.
Btw, my postcard is now being exhibited in London (the random project sent me a photo) hahaha in certain sense together with his OMG OMG OMG
4/26/07 at 12:26 PMComments:
I can't find them online Marlina though there are a few quotes from one of them in a book review.
4/26/07 at 11:06 AMComments:
Anyone know where i can find the script of those Goran Simic poems? I can't find it anywhere....
Alan read them at Apollo Theatre back in 2001...~Dogs and Bones~Beginning After Everything~Christmas~Sarajevo Spring
I listen to them again tonight and there are some words that i don't get...
4/26/07 at 09:56 AMComments:
Ha! Cool, Carolyn. That was in Chicago!
4/26/07 at 09:43 AMWhat is your location?
From http://adamselzer.livejournal.com Apr. 26th, 2007 | 07:37 am
So my brother and I were walking up Milwaukee Avenue the other day, and this guy came walking down the road, and I thought "man, that dude looks like some evil overlord from a sci fi movie or something." He had that sort of gravity about him. Then I realized, as we passed him, that it was Alan Rickman. That explained it.
I NEVER run into celebrities in the city - well, actually, I suppose I probably do, but I don't realize it's them. But there's really no mistaking Alan Rickman. He was giving off a glare which my brother, who lives in Hollywood, recognized immediately as the "for the love of Gd, don't talk to me" glare. Honestly, I'm not sure if he was glaring at us or if it was just a general glare and we sort of got caught in the tractor beam, but, man, when that dude glares at you, you stay glared at.
4/26/07 at 09:42 AMComments:
Ali-Pat, great philosopher, lol
4/26/07 at 07:37 AMWhat is your location?
Dayton, OHWhat is the URL of your HomePage? (include "http://") http://home.earthlink.net/~sa.pe.APLhome.htmlComments:
Thank you for the words of support! It is my pleasure to serve.
My local Borders had the Great Snape Debate book, but intstead of the cool bookmarks they had two cool bumper stickers, each supporting opposite sides of the debate. Much as I like the stickers, I really wanted the bookmark. Alas, to quote the great philosopher, Mick Jagger, "you can't always get what you want." Still, I look forward to reading the book!
4/25/07 at 04:29 PMWhat is your location?
Yes, indeed - thanks to Ali-Pat and Sue for becoming web marshals for us. This is such a great site and it's good that Claudia and Sabine have extra help. All the best to the four of you.
4/25/07 at 02:09 PMWhat is your location?
, I´m looking forward to the today show, not that I can watch it but you can (and others of course) and you want to post it here. luv
So I also want to thank sue
(in this case for your effort, too), Sabine
and all those
, who make this place to an -unbelievable - awfully big adventure.
, old times I know, but your "lovely cakes" are so delicious.
Hugs you all
4/25/07 at 12:10 PMComments:
Thanks to sue and Ali-Pat for stepping up to lend a hand - everyone appreciates it! And of course, ongoing thanks go Sabine and especially to Claudia for all of their efforts and dedication!
4/25/07 at 10:20 AMWhat is your location?
Oh Maryland, yes Mapping the World of Harry Potter
is a really great little book. When I got my copy, I went first to the Snape essay! I absolutely loved that story! The writer hit the mark in her assessment! Do go by and get it...if you're a HP fan....you will love it!
For those of you that can't find it in your book stores and don't want to pay a "middleman" price, its available from Benbella Books
4/25/07 at 10:13 AMWhat is your location?
Ohhhh goodieee!!! AR on the Today
Show on Saturday! Thank you, Val! The letter from Melanie Parker says he's in the states (thanks for posting, Carolyn) and the tv guides are listing his name....and I checked my Tivo's Alan Rickman Favorite and the show is listed as well. So it does look like he has at least consented. I suppose whether he will make it will be left open until he shows his sexy face on the tube! *grin* I've tivoed it so it will only be a matter of an hour or so before I can post it. I can't wait!
alanrickmanfrek...thank you soooo much for that YouTube Die Hard video! That's an olie but a goldie and I don't believe I had seen it before.
INTJ!!!! Girl....you are on the ball!!! Thank you so much for grabbing it for us.
I have so much to catch up on. I still haven't seen the trailer for the new HP movie yet! Baaaaaaad Claudia!
If you will notice above, there is a new guest book annoucement. sue and Ali-Pat have been gracious enough to agree to help Sabine, GA and I with the GB administration. Thank you sue and Ali-Pat! I know with you're help, our group will continue to thrive and grow.
I'm off to read back pages now!
4/25/07 at 10:06 AMWhat is your location?
the rain forest, apparently...What is the URL of your HomePage? (include "http://")
SnoKat--thanks for the Snape book info! I see it is published by Benbella Books, the same outfit who published Mapping the World of Harry Potter. Should be an interesting read.
4/24/07 at 10:35 PMWhat is your location?
Well, this is interesting news:
As of today, OOTP will have its world premiere in Tokyo on June 28 for 900 fans. This is the first time a HP movie has premiered out of the UK!
4/24/07 at 09:48 PMWhat is your location?
Virginia Beach, wishing I was in NYC!Comments:
If you click on the link given by SnoKat, below, it gives you all the information on the Snape book. I didn't write it down while I was in the bookstore.
4/24/07 at 06:52 PMComments:
From The Village Voice
Eli Michaelson (Alan Rickman), world-renowned chemist and a**hole, has just won the Nobel Prize, to his colleagues' chagrin. Meanwhile, his regrettably named son Barkley (Bryan Greenberg) gets by on $35 a week while he plugs away at his thesis on cannibalism. Eli hates Barkley. Barkley hates Eli. So when Barkley is kidnapped just as his father is leaving for Stockholm, who pays the ransom? Throw an obsessive- compulsive Danny DeVito and a criminally insane Eliza Dushku into the mix, and this frenetic, ungainly L.A. story becomes what might once have been called "a madcap romp." J.W.
Sorry the page told me to censor a**hole!!
4/24/07 at 06:23 PMWhat is your location?
Wow!! Enjoy it Hikity. It took so long to get there i actually forgot i sent the darn thing.......
4/24/07 at 05:47 PMComments:
Oh, folks, what a great clip, Alfan
I AM a Snapefan, meaning Alan acting as such, lol. Today I received a parcel from Canada, THUD - 16 hours of mind disciplining
Maryland, would be please be so kind as to let us know the author etc?? THANKkS
4/24/07 at 03:18 PMComments:
Sounds interesting to me! Thanks, Maryland. I'd like to read it. I'll have to check it out. Have you ever read any of the "Mapping the World of Harry Potter?" They have a whole section on Snape that is pretty good!
4/24/07 at 02:34 PMWhat is your location?
Virginia Beach, VAComments:
I just got home from a Borders store and was looking at "The Great Snape Debate" book. They devote an entire chapter to AR's portrayal of Snape and also give a pretty good and very complimentary overview of AR's roles as good/bad guys. They even go all the way back to when he was in the RSC. I didn't buy the book but am thinking about it. There were no pictures of AR since the book is really about the "book Snape". They also had free bookmarks with "Snape is Good"/ "Snape is Evil" on either side and a list of reasons. I snagged a couple of those!
4/24/07 at 02:10 PMWhat is the URL of your HomePage? (include "http://") http://snapekat.livejournal.comComments:
"The Great Snape Debate." Has anyone read this? I didn't even know it existed, but saw it advertised on Leaky. http://www.bordersstores.com/search/title_detail.jsp?id=56815939&srchTerms=the+great+snape+debate&mediaType=1&srchType=Keyword
4/24/07 at 10:50 AMComments:
It's also on http://movies.yahoo.com/feature/harrypotterandtheorderofthephoenix.html
Another small line for Snape: "Discipline your mind!"
4/24/07 at 10:48 AMWhat is your location?
Oh oh, the third HP trailer is out and it actually has four shots of Snape, the close up like the other one released the other day, the stretching of the arm during the occulmency lesson, the wacking of Ron and one more of Snape saying " discepline your mind",,,,,,,,,,,,,you guys, even if we are not huge Alan Rickman as Severus Snape fans, this is going to be one awesome movie just from the first couple trailers and i also tell you that it gets me excited for the Half Blood Prince,,,,,,,,,,
4/24/07 at 10:45 AMComments:
Yay, more Snape!!
4/24/07 at 10:29 AMComments:
To some extent a different OotP trailer, called "full-lenght domestic OotP trailer", is now available.
See article here:http://www.the-leaky-cauldron.org/#article:9745
The video on YouTube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtTHi1gBBak
I like it better than the one before, however, I just watched it once and then I hurried to share the news with you.
I'll go and enjoy it now again more calmly.
4/24/07 at 10:07 AMWhat is your location?
Attention all AR fans:
Dated 4/24/07 and posted in Amber Dragon's LJ:
Alan Rickman in the USA
I know that there were rumours of Alan Rickman attending a few things in the USA, just thought you would like to know I got confirmation this morning from Melanie Parker. Here is the relevant piece from the letter.
Mr Rickman is currently in Chicago to attend the Roger Ebert's Overlooked Film Festival where they are screening Perfume. Later in the week he will be attending Tribeca where Nobel Son is premiering on Saturday night. He will also be doing some press as Snow Cake is being released there on 27th April. As soon as he returns to the UK he will resume filming Sweeney Todd.
The Eagle has definitely landed!
4/24/07 at 06:43 AMWhat is your location?
Thank you CatsPlay for your "saving YouTube-try" It works very good for me
4/23/07 at 07:00 PMWhat is your location?
hovering over a box of tissuesWhat is the URL of your HomePage? (include "http://") http://home.earthlink.net/~sa.pe/APLhome.htmlComments:
That article about Lindsay Duncan was a treat--thanks, Sue! Coincidentally I just enjoyed seeing her play opposite Jim Broadbent in Longford
(which I also enjoyed immensely).
Also--thanks a bunch for the ET clip! He was so open in those days, before he learned to view journalists with fear and loathing...
4/23/07 at 04:31 PMComments:
Thanks for the lovely article, sue
4/23/07 at 04:29 PMComments:Hikity
- My guess is that you don't have an FLV player installed on your computer. Go here
to download a free FLV player in order to play the file I posted. Hope this helps. Carolyn
- You're most welcome, and thank you. : )
4/23/07 at 04:21 PMComments:
Saving YouTube - try http://www.keepvid.com
4/23/07 at 12:58 PMWhat is your location?
HamburgComments:Here is Ängela's advise regarding downloads from youtube from some time ago:Does anyone remember of a conversation last month or so about how to take download videos from yuotube? Well I found one.
Go to this link http://terrabrasil.softonic.com/file.phtml?&id_file=55984&action=view&view=downloads and click on "Baixar".
If you can't try this one http://terrabrasil.softonic.com/seccion/229/Video and click on VDownloader 0.3b and then on "Baixar".
What you are downloading is a program that allows you to search for the video and download it. I've tried and it works. Enjoy it
I'd try it immediately and downloaded many videos since then - it works, thanks to you, Ängela !!!
4/23/07 at 12:20 PMComments:
Interesting interview with Lindsay Duncan in The Guardian
4/23/07 at 11:18 AMWhat is your location?
As an FYI for people living in the US...Comcast Digital Cable has "Snow Cake" On Demand in their lineup.
4/23/07 at 08:28 AMComments:
INTJ, your wonderful work doesn't work for me - any ideas? Do I need any update perhaps? for any piece of advice or help...
4/23/07 at 07:17 AMWhat is your location?
Hope everyone is doing fine.Vicki:
Are you looking for a way to download videos from youtube? Well if you search in the mensages from a few weeks ago you'll find a mensage from me with links to download a programme to do it. Hope you can find it.
Kisses and hugs
4/23/07 at 01:23 AMWhat is your location?
INTJ, as usual, you are the Guardian Angel for all who are technically challenged!
4/22/07 at 07:51 PMComments:
Vicki, aww, you're making me blush. Thank you so much for your kind and wonderful words. You're most, most welcome. Vera
- My pleasure.
4/22/07 at 06:48 PMWhat is your location?
INTJ- As usual, you always come through in a pinch. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!! This guest book just wouldn't be the same without you. You are this group's
4/22/07 at 06:44 PMComments:
Thank you for downloading the clip, INTJ.
4/22/07 at 06:15 PMComments:alanrickmanfrek
- What a great find! Thank you so much.
Here's the clip (flv file, 5.4MB): http://download.yousendit.com/9DD1B7001D21B111
4/22/07 at 03:45 PMWhat is your location?
Los AngelesComments:Sheepish -
thank you for directing me to that site confirming Alan's appearance on Today
. Guess I won't be sleeping in next Saturday! That also means he will be in NY next weekend. Anyone going to hang out at 30 Rock next week?alanrickmanfrek -
Awesome find!!!! That is some beautiful, classic Alan footage! Now the next question is....who is the genius who knows how to download clips from YouTube? I'd say that this one is begging to be part of Claudia's television page. What'd ya say, Claudia? Hmmmmm? Pretty please?
Now I'm off to look at that new HP trailer. Have a restful, peaceful Sunday everyone!
4/22/07 at 01:40 PMComments:
Thanks folks - can't wait to see the film
4/22/07 at 01:36 PMWhat is your location?
The new trailer looks awesome!!
4/22/07 at 12:19 PMWhat is the URL of your HomePage? (include "http://")
Look at the new Harry potter trailer!
It seems like they are putting the scene where Umbrige inspect Snape's class. (Just before Snape hit ron's head we can see both Umbrige and Snape stands behind Ron).
Great! Occlumency scene and this! What next?
4/22/07 at 11:27 AMComments:
Great find, alanrickmanfrek
! I really liked it and hadn't seen it before!
for the quick caps!
4/22/07 at 10:32 AMWhat is your location?
WHOA! That Entertainment Tonight clip is KILLER!!!!!
Oh and just to let ya'll know Alan Rickman and Sigourney Weaver are going to be on the Today Show next Saturday 4/28. Snow Cake is coming out in NY on Friday. YAY.
4/22/07 at 10:16 AMComments:
Some quick caps:
4/22/07 at 10:05 AMComments:
Looks like he was getting into the Ed haircut there!!
4/22/07 at 09:34 AMWhat is your location?
That was excellent! I hadn't seen that before! Thanks!
4/22/07 at 09:06 AMWhat is your location?
United States, PA HarrisburgComments:
I just found this on YouTube. It was on Entertainment Tonight in 1988. It's focusing
on Alan Rickman [his 1st USA acting role] and Bonnie Bedelia. I have never seen this before and Alan looks really hot and he's so cute. http://youtube.com/watch?v=Cj_lWz3cpFY
4/22/07 at 09:02 AMComments:OotP
good quality trailer is now up on AOL HERE
More child abuse from Snape
4/22/07 at 08:21 AMComments:
Val & Vicki: If you go here: http://www.tvguide.com/Listings/default.aspx (it should be TV Guide listings for Apr. 28 starting 7 a.m.) and you mouse-over the Today name, they show both Alan Rickman and Sigourney Weaver!
4/22/07 at 07:53 AMComments:
Really bad quality OotP new trailer HERE
4/22/07 at 07:28 AMComments:
Please vote Alan here:http://www.hellomagazine.com/vote/mostattractiveman/month/index.html
4/22/07 at 07:19 AMWhat is your location?
little town near Cologne (Germany)Comments:
@ Barbara, that's not so serious.
My real name is Ulrike, but most of the people call me Uli and I hate it, because Uli is also a manlier name (real expression?)
and I'm a Mama (mother), so I named myself rickimam.
I named myself Ricki, since I was four years old.
@Barbara, Ispellit, Carolyn and Angela, thanks for your best wishes.
4/22/07 at 04:06 AMComments:Good morning to everyone!
Alfan: There is a very popular show in German TV called "Wetten, dass ..." could be "Bet that ...", maybe there is something similar in US-TV since many German shows are copies of American shows. People apply for being in the show to bet that they can do something so very difficult, nobody can imagine. For example: identifying colors of crayons by tasting them with blindfolded eyes ... or identifying all songs of the Beatles by hearing only 1 or 2 seconds of any song ... YOU would be terrific in it with your quoting- I would bet on you for sure!
rickimam: May I say my best wishes to for getting well soon! I daresay I can a bit of imagine what you are going through since I have some problems with my back myself. Fortunately I could avoid an operation up to now. I had (only) VERY painful inter dorsal cortisone injections and am now seeing a Chinese doctor for acupuncture since quite a while. That gives some abatement. Meanwhile I help myself as much as I can with physiotherapy and some other common therapies. So, all the best for you!
4/22/07 at 01:08 AMWhat is your location?
Ooooooh, Val.....thanks for that!!! I went onto the Today Show Weekend website but they don't have any listings of upcoming guests. I will certainly have my VCR all set for that day just in case!
4/21/07 at 09:55 PMWhat is your location?
I was wondering if Alan Rickman is making an appearance on NBC's Today show? Found this on his listings on tvguide.com.http://www.tvguide.com/celebrities/alan-rickman/138569
4/21/07 at 07:35 PMWhat is your location?
Welcome Angela ( official welcome to come from Claudia). You know, i was thinking the same thing. Why not more Snape, he is vital to the story..................then i realize thats our opinion because we really love Alan Rickman. Of course as fans we want more of him in the movie but i have to remember that its not Severus Snape and the Philosopher Stone or Severus Snape and the Chamber of Secrets and so on. This is Harry Potter's story and if you ask me there isnt enough Snape in the movies but as far as a non-Alan maniac like a few of my friends who are devoted Harry Potter fans they are ok with the amount of Snape in the movies. And they agree that at this point ( except for the occulmency lessons) that Snape is not as important as we Alan fans think he is...............that is until book six, even they agree that there is going to be more Snape/Alan time.
When i think about it there wasnt enough Alan in Sense and Sensibility " give me an occupation Miss Dahswood or I shall run mad". or Micheal Collins " I have only one thing to say and I want it to go out to the world", or An Awfull Big Adventure " dont you love me, just a bit" or Bob Roberts " excuse me, i must go pray" or Judas Kiss " Chief, the butler did it, im sorry it took me so long when the clues were so clear" or Quigly " are you certian Mr Quigly that you wouldnt like the bucket a little closer" or January Man " Just languish there darling, and dont molest anything"...
In my opinion, there is not enough Alan in many movies.
4/21/07 at 07:21 PMWhat is your location?
Ispellit...LOL...no need to apologize! It doesn't matter how many times I see the trailer, I still love it!
Rickimam...I know how very painful that kind of surgery can be! My sister-in-law's husband had such an operation. I hope you are on the road to a great pain-free recovery!
4/21/07 at 06:36 PMWhat is your location?
Hello Ar fans.
Hope you all are ok.
Alfan: that's what I call a fan, knowing all the quotes? I'm ashamed, lol, I only know a couple from the first HP.
Rickiman: Hope you feel better soon. Take their advice and watch some AR movies
Why isn't Snape shown more? For me is an important part of the movie. Let's hope we'll see more of him in HPHBP.
Kisses you all and have a nice weekend
4/21/07 at 05:04 PMWhat is your location?
Ok, i just seen the trailer and i was correct. only pic of Snape is of him nailing Ron. ( whats with the teacher abuse, hee hee). Anyways,this is going to be a good movie, i think if we are expecting alote of Snape we are going to be dissapointed wich we already knew already. I mean he is going to be in it but not more than the other movies.. I cant wait to see this movie and i for one am going to admit i am going to probably cry at the end of this one, Remus holdiing Harry back as he yells Sirius is heartwrenching..........
4/21/07 at 04:49 PMWhat is your location?
Western New York U.S.A.Comments:
rickimam, Sorry I spelled your name wrong. Wrote it down on a piece of paper....can't even read my own handwriting, Da! Barb
4/21/07 at 04:40 PMWhat is your location?
Western New York, U.S.A.Comments:
Welcome back Rickmam,
Hope you are feeling well soon. My husband has had two operations on his back and they are not fun. Take care and get a lot of rest...watch some of Alan's great movies...ya....that's a good way to feel better. Hope that right foot mends fast. Take a look at some of the nice pictures that have come up lately thanks to everyone's efforts. Thanks guys!
4/21/07 at 03:22 PMWhat is your location?
near Cologne (Germany)Comments:
I couldn't read any posting since two weeks because I was in hospital for a lumbar spine surgery.
Now my right foot doesn't work and I have an involuntary working vacation,
so now I have enough time to read.
4/21/07 at 02:41 PMComments:.... sorry, you are completely right, Carolyn - seems I'm a bit of a back number -
- ... that is due to ... to much to explain ...
4/21/07 at 01:44 PMWhat is your location?
Unless I'm mistaken, isn't this the trailer that's been out for awhile?
4/21/07 at 12:16 PMWhat is your location?
4/21/07 at 11:31 AMWhat is your location?
Sounds like the only view of Snape we are going to see in this trailer is Snape hitting Ron,,,,,,,,,whats with that. I mean Snape should never be used as comic relief in these movies, he is a very bad man ( not evil ) but bad. ( i believe he is on the side of light). If we think he gets no time, i didnt even see McGonnagal on the discription of the trialer. It is going to have a couple really good things, like Remus holding Harry back after Sirius goes through the veil,,,,,,,,,,i cant wait till this movie comes out.I think i will be in Old Orchid Beach in Maine by then,i just hope they have a movie theatre......
Does anyone know yet when the NY premiere is?
4/21/07 at 08:48 AMWhat is your location?
Oh my way to a Zumba sessionWhat is the URL of your HomePage? (include "http://") http://home.earthlink.net/~sa.pe/APLhome.htmlComments:
Happy Saturday, everyone! A bit of sad news to impart, I'm afraid.
Just heard a nice tribute on NPR's Weekend Editon Saturday for Roscoe Lee Brown. He will be familiar to AR fans because of his brief but memorable appearance as the chief of police in Judas Kiss. He was quite a prolific actor who was usually much better than the material he was acting in (to paraphrase reviewer Elvis Mitchell). Mr. Brown died last week at the age of 81.
4/21/07 at 04:35 AMComments:
New "Order of the Phoenix" trailer is announced for April 22nd according tohttp://www.the-leaky-cauldron.org/#article:9728
Let's hope we get another glance on Snape...
4/20/07 at 04:42 PMWhat is your location?
, that's great!! And real fun!
On my mobile phone it's the "Galaxy Quest" theme that announces sms, by the way.
Love that one and the movie anyway. (Unfortunately, my mobile phone is not able to play anything else than midi, so no AR quotes possible.)
Have a great weekend everybody!
4/20/07 at 04:31 PMWhat is your location?
My computer tells me "Yes, Miss Granger?" when an e-mail arrives, says "Expelliarmus!" when I got something downloaded and "Well. well. Lupin!" when I change settings.
And I love it, every time I hear it!
4/20/07 at 04:27 PMComments:
Well, Alfan, you need to learn Russian at least, lol
4/20/07 at 03:59 PMWhat is your location?
As of April 15, here's the "select" release schedule for "Snow Cake":
April 27 - Cinema Village, NYC exclusively (originally was supposed to be April 25 w/other select cities, but it's been changed)
May 9 - Doris Duke Theatre, Honolulu
May 11 - Laemmle's Music Hall 3, Bever Hills, CA
Landmark's E.St. Cinema, Wash.D.C.
May 18 - Hollywood Theatre, Portland, Oregon
May 25 - Cinema Palme D'or - Palm Springs, CA
The rest of the country in July, 2007.
Also, just as an FYI, many times when a movie is said to be in limited release, it usually means 1-3 theatres in major markets.
4/20/07 at 03:27 PMWhat is your location?
Hikity,,,,,,yes girl, i do know them by heart and I can honestly say I left a whole sh-t load out,,,,i can quote a couple movies off by heart,,,,,,all the HP's, Blow Dry, Micheal Collins, Galaxy Quest, Love Actually, Robin Hood ( the extended version),S & S, even Snow Cake actually most of them except DH and Rasputin ( I cant speak German or Russian),,,,,,actually it annoys the hell out of people when i quote before the line is spoken in the movie. Did it this morning when i quoted " dont lie to me" before Snape even said it,,,,,,and Keith looked at me funny. I said " yes, i know the whole movie",,,,
4/20/07 at 01:54 PMComments:
, that was Hamptead Everyman we went to, that only does films I think.
Talking of soundclips I have Marvin saying "You could press that, but you won't like it" on my Recycle Bin!
It's quite easy to do. First of all have your soundclips in a folder somewhere. Then click on Start at bottom of page> then Control Panel> then Sounds & Audio Devices. A box will pop up with Volume, Sounds, Audio,Voice & Hardware tabs. Click on on Sounds and go to the Program Events box. Scoll down to the section you want eg New Mail Notification > click on that >then click browse and you can either choose standard sounds or import a sound from your folder then click OK and it should work!!
4/20/07 at 01:17 PMComments:
Sorry, ladies, I forgot something. There is an interesting theatre play coming at Hampstead Theatre - sue, is that the cinema where we met in September? I know there was a stage (Alan was on it
). Here is the link from Shared Experience - and I could imagine the OooA would not miss ithttp://www.dekretser.com/efliers/kindertransport/london/trailer.html
4/20/07 at 01:15 PMComments:Catsplay
, tgif, lolAlfan,
do you know all those quotations by heart or do you have a source - if so pls tell me, I need them urgently...
and to answer your question, oh YES, that would be greatIIspellit
, now I need your advice!!! How do you do it?
4/20/07 at 01:11 PMComments:ooouups, must be "past" instead of "passed"
4/20/07 at 01:07 PMWhat is your location?
HamburgComments:Sophia, Alfan: yeah, that's it !!! when I get my computer started I see THE METATRON appearing on the desktop asking: "what can I do?? - when emails are received I hear: "oooohhhh - that's beautiful !! " and while the system is closing it sounds: "ok. then, bye now ..." That's fun. Oh, I forgot - receipt of an sms on my handy is announced by: "I do love you, passed all compass and description ...." ---- I can't imagine why my friends laugh at me .... Can you?
4/20/07 at 12:24 PMComments:
Correction, not that it matters but I just rewatched and the did show a clip without sound on the screen in the background when they were talking.... when Alex comes into the house and gives Linda the blinky spinny thing.
Shutting up now.
4/20/07 at 12:15 PMComments:
Correction, they showed one clip only - the one I mentioned.
4/20/07 at 12:13 PMComments:
Sigourney's interview on The View
was excellent. The hosts had seen the movie and were quite enthusiastic about it. At the very end of the interview, Sigourney mentioned that Alan Rickman was in the film and Rosie piped up "He's GENIUS in it, genuis!", and Elizabeth said, "He really is...". A number of clips were shown which included him (the orgasm clip is the one I can remember).
The interesting thing is that they wrapped the interview by saying that Snow Cake
will be released in New York on April 27, and in other select cities throughout July
4/20/07 at 11:51 AMComments:
that's great *smile*, in fact I use .wav-files with quotes for incoming e-mails.
I just have to smile, when an unexpected "What can I do?" (from Sense & Sensibility), which I use at the moment, distracts me from my work. Wonderful!
4/20/07 at 11:27 AMWhat is your location?
--wouldnt that be awesome to time your computer with a special alarm that quotes Alan in one of his movies every hour.......i know i would love to hear " well f--k me sidways" or
" i am a great man" or even " to see if theres a pub" i would quite nicely put up with "yippee kay eyee mother f---er" or " well see who's the big shot" and " you aught to be looked at by the ead docter, you do" oh oh and " turn to page 394". Man, i could go on and on but i wont,,,,,,,,,,,,
4/20/07 at 08:44 AMComments:
lists Kim Cattrall in the cast of Snow Cake
. How does a rumor that's years old get published on a site like this?
4/20/07 at 08:42 AMComments:
Sigourney Weaver will be on The View
today talking about Snow Cake
4/20/07 at 05:49 AMComments:
Infos about the movie "Triomf" by the British filmmaker Michael Reaburn:http://www.chico.mweb.co.za/art/2007/2007apr/070420-michael.html
The text says that AR was interested in taking part in that movie:
Emma Thompson, Alan Rickman, Tim Roth and Richard E Grant were among those interested in taking part in Triomf, but the projected budget of €6,5-million proved impossible to raise even with such names. (It is now down to about a 10th of that.) “I thought it would be a piece of cake with those names,” says Raeburn, “but no. I was told, ‘Come back with Nicole Kidman and we’ll talk.’”
IMDB says in fact nothing about the actors involved now.
4/20/07 at 05:26 AMComments:Catsplay
I TOTALLY agree with Ispellit - you dig and dig and dig and find incredible, lovely, wonderful details Ispellit
, wow, nice pics
, thanks a lotAlfan
, from you latest post I assume your computer must be your alarm clock, with the GB opening the same moment it starts ringing, lol
4/19/07 at 05:20 PMWhat is your location?
ItalyComments:I was reading (thanks to Google Alerts) the same thing right now, Barbara! Here's the link: http://www.thecnj.co.uk/camden/041907/news041907_18.html
There's also a small piccie, hope more will flow.
4/19/07 at 05:19 PMComments:
HERE it is Barbara.
4/19/07 at 05:14 PMWhat is your location?
Alan attended the launch of a book at the House of Commons written by the mother of a student shot in Gaza. One of you clever technophiles can post it from the Camden local paper, no doubt.
4/19/07 at 11:20 AMWhat is your location?
Lovely pictures, Ispellit. Thank you for sharing and welcome to the guest book!
4/19/07 at 11:07 AMWhat is your location?
Great shots, so nice to wake up to this page........and do you guys see what i see,,,,,,,,,,,come on now. You guys should of noticed it right away,,,,,,,,i did.
ok, ok, i will tell you. The man has his jacket button undone,,,,,,,hee hee
4/19/07 at 09:04 AMWhat is your location?
Germany, HamburgComments:WOW - it works ! - thank you, Hikity, for your kind welcome and helping a blond girl ! Hikity: so kind, trying to comfort me ! - maybe one day I will meet him or some of you luckily - that would be great. I would even enjoy visiting GB and London at all, since I have been there once with school. (about 25 years ago) and liked it very much. We made a rucksack-trip in Wales and I became ill (fever) as we spend our last 2 days of the journey in London
Catsplay: maybe you are not the one who has THE knowledge, but anyway, you know a lot and that just impressed me. Don't be too humble.
4/19/07 at 07:36 AMComments:Ispellit
, thank you for your kind words. There are many fans here who have been fans much longer than I have, and who are much more knowledgeable than I am, though.
4/19/07 at 03:35 AMWhat is your location?
OOOps, it should have been Claudia (sorry, Claudia)
A good and productive week to everybody!
4/19/07 at 03:34 AMComments:
, and welcome here
don't worry, Alan is not that far from your life - in fact much nearer for you than for Cats
simply because London is a stone's throw from Hamburg. I had the same feeling when I discovered this wonderful GB here, and alas, 1.5 years later I met him twice
. Apart from this I've met some of the nice ladies here in person, which I think, is even more valuable in the long run
Photos from your PC can be uploaded in the Caludia's photobucket
- just give it a try
4/19/07 at 02:12 AMWhat is your location?
Germany, HamburgComments:I wonder whether these pages are already known or (as far as they are German sites) of any interest:
Alfan, Camerata: thanks for welcome!
Dagmar: thanks for the pictures! Didn't have them.
I found that I have a few others of this series, but don't know how to post. Could anyone tell me, please?
Catsplay: your knowledge of AR-data is unbelievable. I review the pictures of you and AR only yesterday - became a little depressed - since that's all so very far from my life ...
4/18/07 at 08:43 PMWhat is your location?
Here is a link to some pictures of the man that I've never seen.http://www.harrypotter-xperts.de/movies/gallery?category=10&sid=beff2e3805a6316aeaadc1a4303fc61a
4/18/07 at 05:35 PMComments:
Camerata, please understand but my daughter doesn't want it
4/18/07 at 04:48 PMComments:
That photo has been posted before. Alan's a London lad who went to Upper Latymer, Hammersmith.
4/18/07 at 04:22 PMWhat is your location?
FranceWhat is the URL of your HomePage? (include "http://") http://www.rickmanparadise.comComments:Thank you very much Alanrickmanfrek and DagmAR for the pics ! Welcome here Ispellit ! Hikity : Can I put the Alan pic with your daughter on my gallery please ?
4/18/07 at 01:57 PMComments:
You´re wlcome Michelle
But it can not be (I think). He must been fourteen and those kids look like ten or so.
Well, it was a try.
4/18/07 at 01:43 PMComments:
Hi there! As usuall, it's a great pleasure to read the posts here and to see what's new. But saldy I can't post as I did it earlier, no time for it. However I am always aware of what is on, since Alan cannot help being admired.
Okay, wish you all to be as great as you always are!
4/18/07 at 01:10 PMWhat is your location?
South ShieldsWhat is the URL of your HomePage? (include "http://") http://www.michelleblagden.co.ukComments:
I live in South Shields so if that photo was of Alan it would make my day! I don't think it can be him. But thanks for the link to an interesting site for me!
4/18/07 at 12:59 PMComments:
Ahem... please say me I have discovered something http://www.ssgtsfb.info/photos/schoolphotos/1960-3s1.htm
I´ve never seen it here
4/18/07 at 07:23 AMComments:
Thanks a lot, Dagmar, isn't he sweet, thud
4/17/07 at 07:17 PMWhat is your location?
Thank you so much, Dagmar! Wonderful job!
4/17/07 at 06:34 PMWhat is your location?
Thanks Dagmar, you're a genius. Wonderfull work. Bet you made many AR fans very happy, LOL. I know I am.
4/17/07 at 04:10 PMWhat is your location?
!! Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!!
Those pictures are just so.......YUMMY!
4/17/07 at 03:19 PMComments:
4/17/07 at 10:42 AMComments:
Sigorney Weaver was just on Regis and Kelly. They showed a very short clip from the movie (just her at work) but said Snow Cake would be released April 27th.
4/16/07 at 10:24 PMComments:
I got my RANDOM WORD today and just finished my small postcard. Hope it will arrive at UK in time if i mail it tomorrow!!
compared with his, mine is ... sigh pat*et*c i even misspelled the word in a rush ...
if anyone also participate in that RANDOM PROJECT, i'd love to see your postcards!!!
4/16/07 at 02:33 PMWhat is your location?
OOOps, i think upon further and closer inspection you are right Carolyn, they are not holding hands, it looked like it because Rima's hand looked like it was stretched out a bit. Sorry.
And thanks Cats, your the best.
4/16/07 at 01:22 PMWhat is your location?
Please please... join to the New Alan Rickman Forum!
The link is this:HERE
4/16/07 at 01:01 PMWhat is your location?
Not that I have a tendancy to examine his pix or anything *g*, but looking closely at the pix w/Rima, it doesn't look as if they're holding hands. His arm/hand his on his armrest...I think!
4/16/07 at 10:59 AMComments:
It looks like someone removed a watermark but didn't do a very good job of it. Here is the original pic from the DAF Jones website.http://dafjones.thirdlight.com/viewpicture.tlx?pubgsearchid=1176737623&pictureid=1154799&PHPSESSID=cd8ec971bb1d62f0e822815a0a55ad7a
4/16/07 at 10:00 AMWhat is your location?
Thanks and welcome Ispellit, i didnt even know that Rima had a web-page. I have seen most of those pictures except the last one, but i giggled at the last one, because he looks like he forgot his dentures ( i know he doesnt have them, just saying) or he just swollowed a lemon wedge,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,but its the only time i have seen him hold hands with Rima.
damn he is cute.
And i agree with you Vicki, i would love to add those to my wonderfull collection of pics without the watermarks. And i also love the white pants,,,,,,,,,he does like his pants tight wich is a blessing for us....and according to a sales lady in Pittsburgh when he was filming Dogma " he bought a pair of way to tight pants".
4/16/07 at 04:02 AMWhat is your location?
I just like to let you know that I’ve been a silent observer on this page for quite a while. (It actually was/is a lot of work to check out so many links to other sites… puhhh!)
But finally I found this one to be the most interesting site about AR for me, so rich in content !
I couldn’t stop laughing whilst reading Helen’s http://zootycoonlady.tripod.com/alan/index2.html
and also enjoyed Peekabooh’s and Catsplay’s sites very much, very much fun indeed! … and all the others – many thanks to all of you for offering so many pictures, videos, soundfiles and information about Mr. Rickman to the fanhood !
Although I’m quite sure you know this one already:
I hope I may stay with you
4/16/07 at 12:09 AMWhat is your location?
Los AngelesComments:Karin -
my nephew just returned yesterday from a business trip to Basel and said the weather in Switzerland was absolutely fantastic!alanrickmanfrek
- thank you for posting those excellent piccies! Yes, he does look handsome. Can some of our talented people here get rid of those annoying watermarks? I'd like to add these three shots to my growing collection.
4/15/07 at 11:10 PMWhat is your location?
CanadaWhat is the URL of your HomePage? (include "http://") http://www.youtube.com/user/ADHD8KIDComments:
I LOOOOOOVVVVE SEVERUS SNAPE!!!!!!!!! That's all you'll need to know .
4/15/07 at 03:54 PMWhat is your location?
Berne, SUMMERY SwitzerlandComments:
Thank you Alanrickmanfrek
for those cute pictures of AR in Venice 1997! I have not seen the top one before!
4/15/07 at 05:25 AMWhat is your location?
Hi everybody. Hope you all have a nice weekend.
Thanks alanrickmanfrek those are really nice pictures, he does look cute.
4/14/07 at 09:42 PMWhat is your location?
United States PA HarrisburgComments:
I just found these I think they may be new to some of you too. They were taken at the 54th Venice Mostra Photocall in 1997.
I think he looks so cute and adorable. I really like those pants on him.
4/14/07 at 05:34 PMComments:
Hiya, back from holidays...sue
, your finding is very interesting. Do you have time to go to the exhibition as you would get an answer about Noise I'm sure? Or may be Susan drives up to London? I think this is the only way to find out whether the postcard "Noise" is from the OooA or - as Vera
implies - from another AR
4/14/07 at 04:01 PMComments:
Hope it ok to post a trailer of Order of the Phoenix.
Mean, here's a site with trailers but I was not able to download them. Go watch they're great.http://www.worstpreviews.com/media.php?id=157&place=trailer
4/14/07 at 03:21 PMWhat is your location?
Is there anyone else out there who loves Alan and is from Sweden?
I feel very lonely up here in the north...
Has Alan ever been to Sweden?
I guess not...
I mean, what in the world would he been doing here anyway...?
*big, big sigh*
4/13/07 at 11:19 PMWhat is your location?
For those of you who think "art critic" is me, no, I'm just Dumpy.Claudia
I'm hurt by your harsh comment.
4/13/07 at 07:25 PMComments:
Well, how common is the name Alan Rickman?
4/13/07 at 06:49 PMWhat is your location?
Thanks to you all who have been posting info and photos.
Does anyone remember of a conversation last month or so about how to take download videos from yuotube? Well I found one.
Go to this link http://terrabrasil.softonic.com/file.phtml?&id_file=55984&action=view&view=downloads
and click on "Baixar".
If you can't try this one http://terrabrasil.softonic.com/seccion/229/Video
and click on VDownloader 0.3b
and then on "Baixar".
What you are downloading is a program that allows you to search for the video and download it. I've tried and it works. Enjoy it
4/13/07 at 05:50 PMComments:
Nervous of stirring up another hornet's nest:http://www.flickr.com/photo_zoom.gne?id=457549558&size=l
4/13/07 at 05:44 PMWhat is your location?
USAWhat is the URL of your HomePage? (include "http://") http://two.xthost.info/thebestshoes/Comments:
The best site I've ever seen!!!
4/13/07 at 04:58 PMComments:
hi grils, I know you don't want the votation is talked about, but I must do it because I've found a new (easy) way to vote!!! send mi an e-mail if you're interested,please!!! we still have 2 weeks to put Alan first!!!
if the fans of our enemies cheat, we'll do!!!
my e-mail: email@example.com
best wishes and don't forget that Alan deserves your time, your strength and your support. see you!!
4/13/07 at 01:12 PMComments:
I forgot two things
If it´s turns out as a untruth (postcard) it´s not the end of the world, so I can´t understand this discussion and trouble about.Carolyn,
quota "Hah, you must have been a bit of a bizzare child"
and a really nice man
4/13/07 at 12:41 PMWhat is your location?
Can I say something to this postcard thingy:
We don´t know if this postcard is created by Alan or not, but I have to say it even can be. And I love people like sue (in this case) who are searching, discovering, posting to this place and share all their news with us.
I believe at it when there is a real evidence, but we have to start with something and sue did it. Now for next time we have something to do again. That´s not bad for such a drought. sue
please carry on with your eagle eye.
And of course you others...
for your work.Laurie,
I know maps and I like it.
4/13/07 at 12:01 PMWhat is your location?
I haven't posted here in a long long time but I thought this was really funny. It doesn't have to do with Alan, but it's about London and it may be an option for anyone (like me) who wants to get to England.
1. go to www.google.com
2. click on "maps"
3. click on "get directions"
4. type "New York" in the first box (the "from" box)
5. type "London" in the second box (the "to" box)
6. scroll down to step # 23
I'll tell you what, if the weather doesn't get any better in the Northestern U.S., I'll be taking the leap myself! LOL
4/13/07 at 10:09 AMWhat is your location?
Just a bit of "Alan spotting": He went to see Harold Pinter's "The Caretaker" last night. David Bradley (who plays Filch in the HP movies) is in it. Here's the link:http://elgranderudeboy.livejournal.com/168766.html
4/13/07 at 10:05 AMWhat is your location?
Thank you so much for the link sue! Yes....you seek....you find...you post! That is what we are all about here!
I guess we'll not know whether this is AR's work or not unless someone wants to write Melanie Parker for an official confirmation.
As for my gut reaction, I find it hard to believe that AR would participate in something like this unless it was tied to one of his beloved charities. I may have missed something, but I didn't see anything that links this exhibition to any charities. But then again.....I have been wrong in the past, I could be wrong with this.....and I KNOW I will be wrong some times in the future! LOL
Anyway, I'm sorry the subject got a little tense. There really is no need for it because we all unite under the brolly of being a fan of the greatest living actor EVER!!!
Dumpy, please take any explanation of Imus over to the Discussion Party. I'm highly doubtful the news made it across the pond....why would it any way? Besides, I can't help but wonder why sue is the person you chose to query about it. I really can't understand your problem(s).
Thanks so much for the heads up, Carolyn! I've already tivoed the show! I'm sure she's hocking the same projects (which included Snow Cake
) as she did on Craig Ferguson a couple of weeks ago. But seeing her with "the girls" will be quite fun! I hope they will bring up AR!!!!
Barbara, congrats on finally getting SC in your cinema! And thanks for your thoughts. It is definitely the better to see it on the big screen! I hope Perfume
lands in NZ soon!
snow kid, I'm not sure we can answer your question about any AR extras on the UK Perfume
DVD at this time since it hasn't been released yet. Unless someone else has found a better description than I. I ordered mine from Amazon UK and there is nothing there that indicates there are extras on it. However, the UK Snow Cake
DVD had no indication it had extras and voila....there were! So all I'm doing at the time is crossing my fingers there will be.
4/13/07 at 09:44 AMComments:
I shouldn't do this. I should leave it alone. But... "Art Critic"
Yeah, sometimes the emperor doesn't have on any clothes.
4/13/07 at 09:23 AMWhat is your location?
Just in case anyone wants to watch it, Sigourney Weaver is going to be on "The View" tv program in the US on April 20.
4/13/07 at 04:05 AMComments:
The name is not below but right above the postcard - as it is with all the other postcards as well.http://www.flickr.com/photos/random-project
4/13/07 at 04:00 AMComments:Dumpy,
click on "THIS" in the link below to see the original page with his name. I'm sorry, I don't know what the lmus story was.
As for the graphics, don't shoot me I'm only the messenger. I find, I post, I leave. My only duty is to inform .
4/12/07 at 10:39 PMComments:
Thank you, CatsPlay! It's so nice to be appreciated! Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to go pray.
4/12/07 at 10:38 PMWhat is your location?
I think, and I may be wrong, that secrecy spawns rumors. Most people enjoy guessing a puzzle correctly. What'd ya gonna do? AR is quite private.
CatsPlay, I see you as someone with a level head, skeptical when someone makes a doubtful statement, but your choice of words, "valid assumption" is kind of "cute"! I wish I knew who you really are, too. I have a few guesses, but rather not get into that in case you don't want to be known.
sue, I don't see AR's name under the "noise" pic below. I'm wondering what the purpose of this exhibit, too.
(On another note, I was wondering what you thought of the "Imus" story.)
I've tried making collages with the smilies, but they usually got deleted. Darn. Where are they showing the card maker's name?
4/12/07 at 10:33 PMWhat is your location?
Well, Snow Cake has finally come to NZ and this morning (it is Friday afternoon here) I went off to the 11 o'clock showing and enjoyed it very much. There were only 7 of us in the cinema. I loved the Canadian scenery and the sound track - some scenes didn't quite gel I thought but it was great to see it on a big screen . I bought the DVD from Amazon UK some while back but it was obviously much more satisfying seeing it in a cinema. Roll on "Perfume" !
4/12/07 at 09:04 PMComments:
Wow Art Critic, you are
4/12/07 at 08:39 PMComments:
Thanks for the postcard info! It's so cute and seems not very hard to make. I just sent an email to get my random word!!
BTW, can anyone tell me if there is any feature involving Alan on the region2 perfume DVD?
4/12/07 at 08:06 PMComments:
|Art critic or somebody else|| |
Hahahaha! So touchy! SO very defensive! The instinct to protect poor widdle Alan rears up ... Hee-hee! Thanks for the laugh. You never disappoint!
Vera, ahem, ahem, where did I claim to be an art critic? That's just a fake name I used, like, oh, for instance, "Cats Play". That's not a real name is it?
And CatsPlay, I defer to your superior obsessive knowledge of everything related to Alan Rickman. Yes, yes, of course, this MUST have been made by him, because how could Teh Man be capable of anything less than sheer artistic genius!!!!!! Bravo!
4/12/07 at 07:42 PMComments:
Since you claim to be an art critic - and not someone who just doesn't dare to post her real name - it's quite unnecessary to explain the collage, isn't it? I'll indulge you nonetheless. I think that the jumble, as you call it, represents the noise.
4/12/07 at 07:38 PMComments:
Art Critic, I don't think I saw anyone applauding
Vera said it was interesting
and I said it was 'cool'
. No one really commented at all on the quality of the artwork itself.
If you browse the photos for the random project on Flickr, each photo is entitled with the creator's name. Seeing that this one is entitled Noise: Alan Rickman
, and that it's a London based initiative, I think it's a valid assumption that this probably was created by him.
4/12/07 at 07:19 PMComments:
If someone could explain why people are applauding this laughable jumble of cutouts, I would be grateful. It looks like the bottom of the wastepaper bin to me.
If he even made this (there is no confirmation of this anywhere on any of the links).
4/12/07 at 07:10 PMComments:
That's very cool, Sue! I noted that the site says that the recipients had to choose a number between 1 and 100 and then that was how their word was assigned.
We could drive ourselves crazy trying to figure out why he picked 99.....!
4/12/07 at 06:27 PMComments:
A very interesting find, Sue. Let's hope that we will find out more about it to know for sure that it was created by AR. The thoughtfulness of the work lets me believe that it might have been him, indeed.
4/12/07 at 05:47 PMWhat is your location?
Well, the news about OOTP just keeps getting worse. This is from contact music today:HARRY POTTER movie makers are trimming the next installment of the fantasy franchise, fearful it's too long and will turn movie goers off. Following the failure of Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez double-bill Grindhouse, which is more than three hours long, studio bosses at Warner Bros have ordered director David Yates to cut the running time of Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix. Star Daniel Radcliffe insists the cuts are a positive thing, and fans will still be happy with the finished film. He says, "People should be able to let that go. You can still read the book and the film is chock-full of stuff."
4/12/07 at 05:46 PMComments:
According to this Canadian publication
Snow Cake . . . will be released on DVD in June.
It was new to me.
4/12/07 at 04:45 PMComments:
Whilst browsing throug Flickr
I came across THIS
On further investigation I found it was part of an Arts project called The Random Project
The Random postcards feature typographically-led responses to randomly-assigned words, created by participants from as far afield as Brazil, India, Russia and the US.
The project is open to all – people who've got involved so far include Dave Gorman, Ed Fella and Isabelle Parker (age 10).
If you'd like to join in and contribute a postcard (of ir you already have and you'd like to create more!) email a number between 1 and 100 to firstname.lastname@example.org
and we'll send you back your Random word.
I was wondering if this was a Rickman entry? The URL beneath the picture takes you to his IMDb page. Curious, eh? Mabe he's been getting back in touch with his graphic side again?
4/12/07 at 08:23 AMWhat is your location?
"The Search for John Gissing" I believe I saw on a TV menu many years ago along with other AR movies, but it's vague because at that time I was not an AR fan. I also recall "Closet Land" and thought it a strange title and decided it must be a movie about fashion. "Blow Dry", "Dark Harbor", etc. many AR movie titles, and they were one quite regularly. I was surprised by all the fuss about having TSfJG released. I don't know if I watched it though. Only the DVD will show for sure.
4/12/07 at 05:30 AMComments:
Dee, dear, time passes so quickly - I'm not "amused" I often think of our great meeting in April, never forget the very first time we saw the OooA entering the stage! Thanks for the pic, too, where we can detect 3 nice fans, lol
4/11/07 at 03:22 PMComments:
Thank everyone so much for all the infomation and wonderful stuff about AR you post here!! Pics, videos, ... will never be enough. I made 2 MVs by movie maker, one contains a little bit HIM and in the other one called "Comedy of Error" i put as much HIM as i can into the video
"Hold Still, We Escape" : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMxKfDp8T7Q
"Comedy of Error" : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0x0XH6PjXXc
Hope not too bad and hope u will like them hehe
4/11/07 at 02:31 PMWhat is your location?
Italy- MilanWhat is the URL of your HomePage? (include "http://") http://www.occhiodilince.net/AR/index.aspComments:
Thank You for your Welcome and for your compliments about my new site!
Hope You liked the Perfume pics! The italian subtitles unfortunately are fixed to the screen...
I'm very Happy for the John Gissing DVD... I hope this is a real new!
4/11/07 at 01:14 PMWhat is your location?
Welcome aboard Anna, Norma, CelticDreamer, Angela, Cheri! I hope you will stay with us. We have a lot of fun even when there is an AR drought!
Happy BELATED birthday to Alfan (luv ya dear) and to all the others I've missed.
Thank goodness I'm getting closer to being back with yall "full time". I've sure missed wishing all my pals a HB.
Em, Elaine, and Sabine...email to you shortly! *hugs*
I'm so glad to see deeindiana back! I haven't seen you in a while. Thanks for posting your memory pic!
SnoKat!!! I'm so happy to see you got your tickets for Perfume!!! We will be waiting for a blow by blow report from you! *wink*
Peekabooh, thanks for posting Karin's pics! They are wonderful to see! Karin, keep 'em coming dear! We love them!
Although I have already seen both Perfume
and Snow Cake
was finally screened here in my area for a very limited time. I did go see it as I swore myself to do...plus I've ordered the UK DVD of Perfume and already have the UK Snow Cake
DVD. So I can only say.....see....I'm true to my word!
Now if only Snow Cake
would get a screening here!
Now if only Nobel Son
and Sweeney Todd
would hurry up!
It looks like I need to do an eBay sweep again. I got word from a fan that there are some naughty auctions up again. Someone sold Blind Corner
. Since the site that had the files available has gone under, I will upload BC as soon as I can so no others will be gypped by the gutsy ebay sellers. I shall let you know when its up.
Sooooo the Gissing DVD is finally going to be offered to the masses, eh? All I can say is its about d**n time the Binders get off their bums with the film. Maybe it was the torrent of the film I spotted a while back that pushed them over the edge.
Sorry to be so negative girls but I really had my fill of the playing around that Gissing got through the years. I'm just glad that it will finally be offered to the masses of AR and Juliet Stevenson fans.
4/10/07 at 09:31 PMComments:
Here's a memory from me!
4/10/07 at 09:19 PMComments:
Oh Hikity!! That first photo brought back such wonderful memories! Can't believe it's been almost a year since that night. Thanks for posting that wonderful memory!
4/10/07 at 05:23 PMComments:Snowcake
is playing at the Philadelphia Film Festival
on Thursday 12th April and Saturday 14th April.
4/10/07 at 03:54 PMComments:
Thanks a lot sue
I will search for it
Odd! I didn´t knew it before
4/10/07 at 03:43 PMComments:
As far as I know the song is taken from Alan's reading of Return of the Native. I think the song by itself is also available on the net somewhere.
4/10/07 at 03:41 PMComments:
AlSiPaRi, he sings that French song on the recording of The Return Of the Native, the unabridged recording of Thomas Hardy's book. It's still available on tape in Europe and I think has recently been released on cd in the States.
4/10/07 at 03:03 PMWhat is your location?
Heeee? Did I missed something or what is that with this song frome youtube "Le Point de jour". When he was singing this? Or was this just recorded for the sims. I never heard this before and it sounds so nice
Any way to capture it without video??????
for the side with the nice pics
4/10/07 at 02:32 PMComments:
hi girls, this message is only for all alan'fans who's voting or they want to. well, I've found a new way to vote for him and it's not needed wait 10 or 15 minutes for voting again. if you're interested, send me an e-mail,please!! email@example.com
if they cheat, we too!!!
I'm not going to let this guy wins again!!! and nor do Gerard Butler!!!
4/10/07 at 11:26 AMWhat is your location?
I'm de-lurking for a moment. It looks like it's not just a rumour about the "The Search for John Gissing" DVD.
Check out Mike Binder's my space blog. He posted a blog entry about it yesterday. I'm so excited!!http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendID=138878257&blogID=251252122
PS. I love this site and guest book!!!
4/10/07 at 08:48 AMWhat is your location?
~ Oh, you forget about the rumour that Mike Binder will actually release the DVD of "The Search for John Gissing"!
And Btw, Happy Birthday
I wonder whether i should discuss this here or not, but what does everybody think about the UK adult cover of "Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows?" (The one with the alphabet "S" crafted on a gold locket).
4/10/07 at 12:04 AMWhat is your location?
Thank you all for the wonderful birthday wishes and yes, tis going to be a wonderfull year, there is HP 5 July 13, HP 7 July 21, there is also Snow Cake, Pefume, and Noble Son with a little Sweeney Todd thrown in for good measures................oha nd not to mention my mariage to my wonderful fiance Keith and our exciting honeymoon to NY and up the coast of Maine to Eastern Canada........
Oh and bout the three pictures below, is it just me or do you think that the third picture expresses his feeling towards the second picture like " what was i thinking?" " did i actually wear that hat?" Oh gods!!!!!!!!
4/09/07 at 11:37 PMWhat is your location?
First of all a big HAPPY BIRTHDAY Wish to Alfan-may it be a wonderful year for you..all the best
I havent been in here for awhile as personal things have taken priority and am enjoying all the pics, articles, etc. you guys have been posting-what a bunch of nice people here, no wonder I love to visit.
I have also been re-reading the last two HP books ootp which I just concluded over the weekend and am so glad I did, as I must have flown through it the first time and missed a lost of things. I am now ready to begin the HBP.
I want to be ready for the movie in July and for the new book.
Speaking of the new movie OOTP, if you purchase the movie Happy Feet, there is a sneek preview on there at the beginning before Happy feet begins and it has a scene (though short) with Snape!!! I watched it today and was so surprised to see that ad on there. I am glad I didnt just go to main menu on the DVD and let the ads play through..
Anyway, off to bed soon. Take care everyone and again thanks for all the goodies.
4/09/07 at 08:50 PMWhat is your location?
On the lighter side: I hate what I consider the rumor that AR doesn't
read the AR guessbooks. I'm skeptical.
4/09/07 at 08:41 PMWhat is your location?
Just because the world is a better place w/Alan in it!
4/09/07 at 07:44 PMWhat is your location?
Forgot to say that I loved the sims video. That's a nice singing voice.
4/09/07 at 07:42 PMWhat is your location?
Hope you had all a Happy Easter.
Happy Birthday Alfan.
I just found a blog that for me is the find of the year.
I don't know if it as allready past by here or if the owner visits this forum, anyway here it goes.http://www.flixster.com/user/dragon041964
If you scrool down to photos you'll find more than 300 all AR photos. I'm in heaven.
Hope you enjoy it.
Hugs and kisses
4/09/07 at 05:59 PMWhat is your location?
FranceWhat is the URL of your HomePage? (include "http://") http://www.rickmanparadise.comComments:Happy birthday Alfan and happy Easter to all ! Welcome here CelticDreamer ! ROFL for the Sims video ! That's great news for TsfJG !!!
4/09/07 at 04:41 PMWhat is your location?
Has anyone seen this video yet on YouTube (it was added yesterday): animation w/Alan singing? Very funny!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLBQw9gkQDs
4/09/07 at 03:47 PMWhat is your location?
Berne, SwitzerlandComments:H a p p y B i r t h d a y dear ALFAN! Have a GREAT day!!!
, thanks for posting your
photos! My second photo you asked about
I took still inside the Everyman Cinema: I
was still standing on the stairs walking down
when I noticed Alan stood there by the entrance
talking to some people!
4/09/07 at 02:56 PMComments:
Does this mean Sondheim isn't going to be involved in the movie at all?
4/09/07 at 02:24 PMComments:
I haven't heard that, but it's not like I'm in the know. But, it hasn't been mentioned at the discussion forum at Sondheim.org where I lurk from time to time. And they seem pretty up on everything related to Sondheim. I think their moderator is in direct contact with him.
4/09/07 at 01:49 PMWhat is your location?
Has anyone read anything about Stephen Sondheim leaving the S.T. movie (allegedly confirmed by Dreamworks & Paramount)?
4/09/07 at 01:00 PMWhat is your location?
GermanyComments: Dear ALFAN
4/09/07 at 09:37 AMWhat is your location?
New YorkComments: HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU! HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU! HAPPY BIRTHDAY DEAR ALFAN HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU!
4/09/07 at 07:55 AMComments:
and don´t worry about something that might have been posted before. One can never be confronted with too many Alan pictures, old or new. HAPPY BIRTHDAY DEAR ALFAN
4/09/07 at 03:31 AMComments:HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU,DEAREST ALFAN
I wish you a lovely new year of your life with all the wonderful experiences as a freshly wed
4/08/07 at 11:02 PMComments:
Hello everyone. I've been a reader for a long time but this is my first post. I wanted to say hi to fellow Rickman fans and thank everyone for all the latest information as well as photos! It brightens my day to come home and find new information or a new photo.
You have a great site here Claudia as well as a great group of people who are regulars/members.
As my first, and I hope not last, I wanted to share a photo but I can't get the photo to post. Instead, I've posted the link to it in my photobucket account. I hope that's ok. If it isn't, please delete my post.
It is a photo of Alan from the allusive Alan Havey interview. I've searched as well but all I can find is this photo. Please delete if it has been posted before.
Thank you again, Claudia, for a great website. Keep up the great work!
4/08/07 at 02:58 PMWhat is your location?
Norma, the pic is from the January'06 South Bank Awards Show.
4/08/07 at 09:35 AMWhat is your location?
Happy Easter and thank you all for the pictures.INTJ, I sent you 5 (lost) emails, let's try private messages at Lex forum, maybe it works
4/08/07 at 09:25 AMComments:
Does anyone have any information about this pic?
4/08/07 at 05:12 AMWhat is your location?
Thank you Peek
for uploading my other two pictures.
I wish EVERYONE
a very HAPPY EASTER!
4/08/07 at 04:49 AMComments:Chalebh
, thanks a lot for your Easter Egg, Karin
, thanks to you, too, and where did you take the second one? Outside near the Greek restaurant where we dined before? April 2006 September 2006HAPPY EASTER TO ALL OF YOU LOVELY LADIES
4/08/07 at 12:31 AMWhat is your location?
I love the part in the commentary when Emma says that the horse Alan is riding up in at one point had its diet changed and was bloated. Alan had a hard time wrapping his legs around the bloated beast and had to put up with the horses untimely farts. I would be howling if i were them.
4/08/07 at 12:13 AMComments:
Sno, I love Emma completely.
4/07/07 at 11:09 PMComments:
Finally watched Sense & Sensibility with Emma's audio commentary tonight. LOVE Emma. She's just darling and funny and down to earth. She made a comment about Alan that I laughed out loud at. She was talking about Col Brandon being intense and mysterious and she says something to the effect of "Of course with Alan playing him he'd be mysterious. Alan would make the milk man mysterious!" Not much about him mentioned though. I did catch the part about cutting him singing with Maryann. Yeah, I do like that scene with him just creeping in and staring at her unnoticed.
4/07/07 at 09:50 PMWhat is your location?
Los AngelesComments:Marlina -
No, you're not ignorant, it is a bit confusing. The Multinationals
is a screenplay that Mike Binder has completed and eventually wants to film. It is also one of the many reasons why TSfJG has not been released up to this point.
According to the interview that Chalebh
found, after filming Gissing
he wanted to make some changes and do some reshoots. I don't know whether money was an issue or time or getting the original actors together or a combination of all of those, he doesn't elaborate -- but he never got to reshoot it the way he wanted. So he took the same basic story, rewrote it, and eventually plans to make a new film with a new cast. But it sounds like that film will still be a few years away. He has another film he wants to shoot first. But the good news is that he will be releasing TSfJG privately via his website. So, maybe all those fans who have hounded him about releasing Gissing
had an impact? It's possible......
4/07/07 at 03:18 PMComments:
Vicki~ Hey there, I apologize for being ignorant... But what is The Multinationals?
4/07/07 at 02:41 PMWhat is your location?
Awesome find, Chalebh
! That's wonderful news!!! All of you who have been dying to see and own The Search for John Gissing
will now get the chance! I think Alan is just great in it and it really shows off his comedic talents.
Check out the clip on Binder's blog site (see link in Chalebh's
post). It's one of the scenes that made me laugh out loud in the theater.
What a wonderful way to ease the AR drought! I will be curious to compare the difference between TSfJG
and The Multinationals
if and when he ever films and releases it.
Oh, yeah!......such good news!!
Thanks again, Chalebh
4/07/07 at 02:31 PMComments:
I forgot to tell you, if you want to see the GIANT version of those pictures, open Claudia´s photobucket.
4/07/07 at 02:28 PMComments:
Our dear Karin from Switzerland brought us another pair of goodies, saved for droughts like these.
(Claudia, thumbnails don´t seem to work for me anymore, I don´t understand why)
Happy Easter everyone!
4/07/07 at 01:18 PMComments:
Btw. the interview is from March 29th 2007.
4/07/07 at 01:15 PMComments:I lost a little bit the track of things. Maybe someone has posted this news before. There is a link to an interview with Mike Binder in which he says:
The whole interview you'll find here:http://hollywood-elsewhere.com/arthouse/archives/2007/03/talking_to_mike.php And there is also a notice on his Blog (scroll a little bit down, right above the movie clip) http://www.myspace.com/the_mike_binder Do you think we can hope? If so a Happy Easter
MC: What's happening with The Search for John Gissing? I've heard stuff about a DVD for that...
Binder: I'm gonna release it myself on DVD, right on my website, here in about a month or so.
4/07/07 at 10:54 AMComments:
But they tried hard to prohibit Alan from singing!
What? Why did they do that!? That kind of voice should be let free to express its beauty for the world to hear!
4/07/07 at 08:52 AMWhat is your location?
ItalyComments:Since I don't know if I'll be able to do this properly tomorrow...
HAPPY EASTER EVERYONE!
4/07/07 at 05:23 AMWhat is your location?
well, who won't come running to the theatre after knowing that! He IS the voice of god! LOl!
At least Jim Burton holds Alan's voice in higher esteem than Ang Lee.
Some days ago I got "S&S" Extended Version and listened to Emma Thompson's audio commentary, funny as it is. But they tried hard to prohibit Alan from singing! Ignoramus!
BTW Happy Easter!
4/07/07 at 02:19 AMComments:
6. Alan Rickman is going to play a real villain again since 1992. He always is a brilliant villain! (RHpoT and DH!)
7. It's a musical film! He is going to Sing!
8. well, who won't come running to the theatre aftear knowing that! He IS the voice of god! LOl!
4/06/07 at 02:26 PMWhat is your location?
, you forgot:
9 Alan Rickman is in it
0 and Tim Burton directs it
4/06/07 at 02:04 PMComments:Snoooooooo
, well done!
Is there going to be an Q&A? Don´t forget to bring your camera.
Happy Easter to everyone!
4/06/07 at 12:56 PMWhat is your location?
State of delirium!Comments:
Got my tickets to the Overlooked Film Festival showing of Perfume!!! Only took me and an hour and a half SOLID of speed dialing. But it finally paid off!!! YEeeeaaAaaaaaaaaaaa!!!
Did anyone else have any luck or plan on going??
4/06/07 at 12:47 PMComments:
Oh, yeah and I just checked the IMDB site.
Sacha Baron Cohen! As Pirelli! and Christopher Lee!! I am so excited now.
Oh and the point of this post was that they'll add on the star power behind the film.
4/06/07 at 12:38 PMComments:
I think Sweeney Todd will
be a hit because
A. AMAZING story
B. INCREDIBLE music
C. Major star power = Johnny Depp
D. We can pretty much count on good acting
E. Based on a hit musical, so all of us who are obsessed with the Broadway musical will be seeing the movie.
4/05/07 at 10:30 PMWhat is your location?
Oh,I definitely agree! I thought it was odd that they were marketing the screening as the "US Premiere".
Considering how many "stops & starts" this movie has had, I find it interesting that it's still being promo-ed as a "premiere"!
I have a feeling that "Nobel Son" is going to have the same track record (whether unfortuately or not for Alan!)
For 2007 so far, I think, IMHO, his "so-called hits" are going to be Harry Potter & Sweeney Todd (although the jury is still out on that)
4/05/07 at 09:15 PMComments:
Thanks Carolyn. That's nice, but I don't think it can be classified as the US 'Premiere', as it screened a year ago at Tribeca. I believe Tribeca classified it as the 'US Premiere' at that time. Just sayin'.
4/05/07 at 06:39 PMWhat is your location?
I don't know if anyone has seen this (it doesn't say if Alan or anyone connected with the movie will be there):
The Autism Treatment Center of America will be holding a Gala Charity Movie U.S. Premiere of the award winning film Snow Cake, starring Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman and Carrie Ann Moss, on April 20, 2007 at 7:00 pm. Snow Cake is a drama about the friendship between Linda, an autistic woman (Weaver), and Alex (Rickman) who is traumatized after a car accident involving Linda's daughter. The US premiere will be held at the lovingly restored Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center located in the Berkshires in Great Barrington, MA as a benefit for The Son-Rise Program, the home-based, child-centered program taught at The Autism Treatment Center of America. General Admission tickets will be sold through The Mahaiwe Box Office for $25.00 per person and limited VIP Passes, that include a lavish cocktail reception at The Castle Street Café, will be sold for $75.00 each person. To purchase tickets or contact The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Theater, 244 Main Street, P.O. Box 690 Great Barrington, MA 01230 Laura Chekow 413-528-0100 www.mahaiwe.org
4/05/07 at 03:51 PMWhat is your location?
Just popping in to say hello and thanks for all the great piccies!Sno -
I really hope you get to see teh man! Bring along a good camera!
I'm not sure I'll get back here until next week so a Happy Passover and a Happy Easter to everyone! Cheers!
4/05/07 at 03:17 PMComments:
I completely forgot about that. I'll try to do some more followup but am not hopeful....
4/05/07 at 02:25 PMWhat is your location?
Quickie post here. I'm trying to get the archives completed and get to email but I wanted to make a quick comment from a post from CatsPlay early last month.
CatsPlay, there have been a lot of us looking for that Allan Havey interview for years but to no avail. My gawwwd, if you find it or hear of anything, please let us know!
I'll be back as soon as I can!
4/05/07 at 01:46 PMComments:
Am I going? Hmmm, I don't know... maybe.. if I don't have anything else planned.
If I have to crawl every mile!!!!!! Which I won't, it's a quick drive, I can stay with old friends. Tickets go on sale tomorrow morning for Perfume. The Festival passes have been sold out since NOV of last year! But I honestly don't care about seeing the other stuff. I just can't seem to find out for sure if there is any sort of Q&A connected to the movie viewing. I honestly don't care about seeing the movie again. But I'd sit through 24 hours of American Idol to get to hear and see Alan in the flesh.
I've already started thinking what to wear!
4/05/07 at 01:36 PMComments:
are we too much Alan fixated or is he really the only actor to go "on tour" with the movie "The Perfume". I haven't heard anything about Dustin Hoffman or Ben Whishaw being a special guest on festivals. Are they not interested or is it not in their contract or are they too busy with other things?
I just wondered when I read about the scheduled appearances.
Who do you think about that?
4/05/07 at 01:19 PMComments:
So........you'll be going then, SnoKat!!!!???
4/05/07 at 12:56 PMWhat is your location?
state of shock.Comments:
Holy F***. It's true, I guess.http://www.ebertfest.com/Schedule.html
4/05/07 at 12:53 PMWhat is your location?
Bluffs of the MississippiComments:
OH MY GOD!!! Alan in Champaign???? Where I lived for SEVEN YEARS!! Only FOUR hours away from me????? Holy Mother of GOD! Find information NOW about how I can get in to see him if he's there! I'll sell one of the pets or the husband to get here!!!!
4/05/07 at 11:33 AMComments:
Hello girls, I haven't been here for ages, but today I've come and...what a gorgeous site it is, I realize again. Keep rocking, as a great bunch of fans indeed!
Back to work
4/05/07 at 01:44 AMWhat is your location?
Just as as an FYI, there have been alot of reports circulating within the past two days that Alan is going to be attending Roger Ebert's "Overlooked Film Festival" in Champaign/Urbana,Illinois on April 26 in conjunction with the showing of "Perfume". The festival runs from April 25-28 (I think). I haven't been able to get any other info as of yet.
Actually, that would coincide with the showing of "Nobel Son" at the Tribeca Film Festival in NY.
4/04/07 at 08:58 PMComments:
Yeah, I had no delusions that Alan willing let anyone kick him in the nads for a film role or anything else. I was just commenting on the thought someone had thrown out.
4/04/07 at 07:55 PMWhat is your location?
Must have been a misunderstanding:
I never wanted to mention, that he was really kicked or their fight was real. It only SEEMED very, very good acting.
And as his character, The Interrogator, he deserves being treated like that. I would never wish AR any harm, of course not!
4/04/07 at 07:02 PMWhat is your location?
Virginia Beach,VAComments:To SnoKat:
I wanted to assure you that what you saw in "Closet Land" was carefully staged and later sound effects added so we think
he was kicked! I'm the lucky mom with the son with a film degree, and even my
kid made a student film where it looks like someone is getting the snot beat out of him by his big brother. By altering the camera angle and using recorded sound effects, you can simulate just about anything
in a movie! This is a good thing since not too many actors are willing to be abused! ( Even if it seems like fun to the director!)
As far as the tomato and garlic stunt, that seems real enough to me. I once bit into a raw garlic clove ( accidentally ) and let me tell you, it's horrible
and I spit it out too!
4/04/07 at 05:35 PMWhat is your location?
Speaking of "Dark Harbor", the transcript of the movie is at:http://www.waxjism.org/norman/darkharbortranscript.html
4/04/07 at 05:28 PMWhat is your location?
And hello Camerata, SALUT! Yes, of course, you may post my "Hampstead-Event" photos on your site! Send me an e-mail if you want with your e-mail address and I will send you my other pictures from this event (Peek posted them for me here back in September); some are really lovely close-ups! Salut de la Suisse!
4/04/07 at 05:20 PMWhat is your location?
Thanks, Pat and Claudia
for posting these gorgeous photos of AR! So lovely! A special greeting Downunder to Sydney, one of my favorite cities in this world!
And hello to Hikity:
no, I did not forget to post these two photos from the "Hampstead-Event": I kept them for a "drought period" and I am glad I could contribute something new for everyone. Thanks Peek
for helping me! I do have another couple of photos from this event; they are however no close-ups, but I am sure you will enjoy them anyways. Will send them to Peek for Uploading!
4/04/07 at 05:09 PMComments:
Yes, sure... Stowe kicked AR full force into his *****. This is why he has no children
I can't believe you people...
4/04/07 at 03:00 PMWhat is your location?
On the commentary of Dark Harbor the director said that the actors ( Alan and Norman) were extremly nervous about the passionate kiss scene but when the day came, they both showed up totally committed and ready to do the scene and just did it. He said it couldnt of been easier ........it was the look of contemptment and anxiety that David had after the kiss that Alan had a hard time perfecting.....and had to do many times........
Now, im going to be honest here, i did not like Dark Harbor one iota.................BUT, when i watched it with the commentary on and learned so much about David and the stranger that it took on a whole new meaning when i watched it again,and i actually like it now.........strange but true. I mean its not my favorite but now i can watch it again and again. Same with Judas Kiss, the more i watched that, the more i loved it....specially Reuben.
4/04/07 at 12:27 PMComments:
Well remember the whole theme of Closetland is that she gets as much of a "mindf**k" as physical abuse. That is the way he's trying to break her. So by making her think he believes she is worthless and beneath him, only worthy of being whore or what have you, then that could break down her self respect.
As far as the kick. It might have been a real kick, but let's hope he was smart enough to wear a cup or some sort of protection. I mean, I'm sure Alan is all for doing his own stunts (back then) and being as realistic as possible. But he wouldn't be stupid about it!
Gahhh, I love that scene from Dark Harbor. I'd love to ask him how he approached doing that scene and what his mental process was in order to make it look as real and passionate as it was.
4/04/07 at 10:52 AMWhat is your location?
CanadaComments:Closet Land Spoiler and Dark Harbor Ending Spoiler too
I never thought of the fact that she repulsed him, i always thougt chowing down on a tomato and then eating raw garlic would make me gag and puke too, I dont know about the garlic/tomato gag,,,it looked real to me.Thats a hard one to determine, it could of been written and then done to perfection or it could of been done accidently and kept in because of the pro that Alan is, made it ihis own kinda like ad-libbing. And even Keith saw stars,and went oooohhh,when he was nailed in the boys. I know he likes to do things right and real but i think even he has limits but if it was a real kick ( doubt it though) then he is one hell of a man..............then again, he did passionatly kiss another man in Dark Harbor.
4/04/07 at 10:39 AMComments:
I think the loud retching was supposed to be an affect of kissing her. Like she repulsed him.
4/04/07 at 05:04 AMWhat is your location?
That's the only
AR-scene in any of his movies I zap over, cause my stomach don't like it very much.
BTW, Why did he got sick after wards?
The way how he and Madeline struggle makes me always think they've done it in real. The way he pushes her bra aside seems not like 'acting'!
And the way she kicked him with her feet in his - well, how do you call it in English?
he really think he deserves at at this point of the story!
4/04/07 at 03:57 AMComments:
Ahhh, Closet Land. .............that man made garlic and tomato sexy....
Yeah, even if it did make him sick. Lovely captions though, I think I'll have to watch that again, thx.
4/03/07 at 10:49 PMWhat is your location?
Hi Claudia and all,
Pleased you all liked pics.
Discripition of pics,
Top left-stage door after Tango at the end of Winter.
.. right - - same
2nd left stage door private lives new york
2nd right ------------- Hamlet Nottingham
3rd left ----------------Hamlet Nottingham
3rd right rehearsal for Tango
4th left curtain call - Tango
4th right --------- Private Lives
5th left ------------ Hamlet
5th right Awards ceremony
6th left outside hotel in London
6th right stage door Hamlet
7th left my first meeting Hamlet London
7th right stage door Hamlet Nottingham
hope this helps pat
4/03/07 at 08:38 PMWhat is your location?
Ahhh, Closet Land. .............that man made garlic and tomato sexy....
4/03/07 at 07:32 PMComments:
Camerata, thanks for the link! That movie just astounds me. Alan is stunning in it. But I didn't think the movie ended the way you describe.
I thought that she refused to admit her guilt and in doing so knowingly accepted that she would be tortured to death or imprissioned perhaps forever. But she was proud and would rather face death than admit to something that wasn't true. That's what I got. But it was sort of ambiguous. Anyone else have thoughts???
4/03/07 at 06:57 PMWhat is your location?
FranceWhat is the URL of your HomePage? (include "http://") http://www.rickmanparadise.comComments:Welcome here Cassie and thanks for the great caps ! BTW, I've finished the "Closet land" page for my site (I'm sooooo late !!! lol) : http://rickmanparadise.free.fr/cleng.htm
4/03/07 at 06:22 PMWhat is your location?
Oops, sorry guys. The post below was meant for the discussion page, not here.......sorry.
4/03/07 at 05:53 PMWhat is your location?
Oh,um thanks for the Wikipedia search.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, well that fits the porno mustache in Truly Madly Deeply.............hee hee
Im never going to be able to go to another Intimate Attitudes party again without an invisionment now,,,,,,,,thanks guys..hee hee
4/03/07 at 05:49 PMWhat is your location?
ItalyComments:Hiya Cassie! So good to finally see you there! YAY!
Girls, she really is the best I know when it comes to captures so... Enjoy!
4/03/07 at 05:45 PMComments:
Welcome and thank you for the great captures, CassieLince! It's nice that we can still scrounge up some new pics during a drought!
4/03/07 at 04:46 PMComments:
Thanks for the captures CassieLince
My son asked me to order him a game on Play.com the other week and so I suggested he also ordered Perfume
for me as it comes out the day after my birthday!! Sneaky mother or what??
4/03/07 at 04:45 PMWhat is your location?
Thank you Cassie and welcome. Boy, we could have alote of fun with making up our own word captions for some of those pic from the DVD interview......hee hee
4/03/07 at 04:27 PMWhat is your location?
ItalyWhat is the URL of your HomePage? (include "http://") http://www.occhiodilince.net/AR/index.aspComments:
I'm Cassie, a 22 years old girl from Italy!
Sorry for my bad bad english!
I've read this guestbook for years, and finally I'd like to show myself!
I'd like to share with you these new captures I've done from the new dvd of Perfume. They're from the interview in the extra-dvd.
this is the link to my new Italian site about Alan:http://www.occhiodilince.net/AR/index.asp
and this is the link where you can find the new captures:http://www.occhiodilince.net/AR/filmografia/PERF/perfint.html
4/03/07 at 04:00 PMWhat is your location?
THANK YOU, Claudia!!!!
That was a good decision. That was a really disturbing text and deserved a medal for the most absurd posting on a message board I have ever read....
4/03/07 at 03:55 PMWhat is your location?
Great, once I´m a bit too late and so I do miss the whole fun. Claudia
NO No NO It´s Ok and I´m not bad with you at all. I know it was no fun. Maybe it´s better for me not to know about this topic but I´m bursting with curiosity and please do not threw with
it´s only humane.
4/03/07 at 02:32 PMWhat is your location?
Hey Yall! I hope you don't mind but I edited part of 442Rickmaniac's post. 442, please don't be upset with me. I think many of us would just die if any rumor about AR got started here so to help keep that from happening, I took out the details that could have caused it to become a rumor.
I think I do kind of get what your saying though. I find myself wanting to "mother" or "nurture" a lot of AR's characters! LOL
4/03/07 at 10:52 AMWhat is your location?
Pat, thanks so very much for those great pix! LOL..I love the "Miami Vice" look! (one of my fav shows when it was on!)
Claudia, thanks so much for taking the time to scan the pix!
4/03/07 at 08:50 AMComments:
I agree with Catsplay and Barbara... especially since I still do not understand how people can get annoyed with the umpteenth harmless poll alert or birthday greeting while quietly agreeing to postings of a more juicy nature. But rejoice, AR does not read this.
Poor man, all the stories and wild speculations created around him, when only his movies should concern us. Why create scandal when there is such a blissful lack of it?
Obviously the discussion board is not really a solution - few get the purpose and even fewer care (I am not an exception, I know). We will have this kind of argument again and again, because this is actually a guest book - a real message board with the possibility to start different threads would prevent it maybe. However, as long as we do not have this here, we will have to gently push each other in the right direction *ouch*
I guess, this posting is rather for the Discussion Board, too, as it is discussing things and not giving news, right?
The easiest way might be to move over to the Discussion Board completely
4/03/07 at 07:42 AMComments:442Rickmaniac
, I apologize if I reacted too harshly. However, I still disagree with public speculation about the topic despite what anyone may think, and I think my main concern was what Barbara mentioned - that this is how rumors get started.
4/03/07 at 05:09 AMComments:
just stopping by to say hello.
Nice pics btw!
4/03/07 at 04:50 AMComments:Pat
, thank you sooooo much for sharing these wonderful pics with us - you are so lucky, Pat, to have met him in younger years. Wow, he looks great, incredible. My favourite is the one with STAGE DOOR over his head
(i hope one thud is allowed
thanks for scanning them.AlSiPaRi
, no, I haven't received any mails from you so far, try again with Hikitytwothousandoneät
yahoodotde. If it doesn't work pls contact Claudia, she has got another mail address
4/03/07 at 04:12 AMWhat is your location?
As the pic was taken at the stage door of Tango at the end of Winter,
and as the director was Yukio Ninagawa who is japanese,
I would say it was to do with that,[It was the flower Chrysanthemum] and he was not the only one wearing it on there jacket.
4/03/07 at 02:52 AMWhat is your location?
Western New York, U.S.A.Comments:
Thanks for all the wonderful pictures. Love to see him at that age, but nice to see him anywhere, at any age!
You are treading on thin ice with a comment like that one 442. He has so much going on in his life, let's not guess what may or may not have happened to "our guy". This is how rumors get started. Yes you have a right to post what you want, but you are just guessing outloud. No wonder he keeps his private life...just that! Let's just enjoy the presents we just received(the pictures) and not try to daydream a fan-fiction type of guessing about the man's life. This is a really big topic to touch on without any proof. He lives, he's happy, we love him, one day at a time girls. Why guess?! Barb
4/03/07 at 12:25 AMComments:
442 ... It was not a boarding school. Still, this is a thought that I have had before myself (what you suggested). I don't think anything is out of the realm of possibility.
4/03/07 at 12:07 AMComments:442Rickmaniac
, I think that kind of completely unfounded speculation is not only totally inappropriate but also dangerous and disrespectful. I don't think that's the kind of thing that should even be suggested on this board.
4/03/07 at 12:01 AMWhat is your location?
South San Francisco,CAComments:
I was backtracking a bit and found a number of mentions of a nice photo from 1984. Could someone be so kind as to let me know where to FIND it...? These were from posts made in the last two weeks of March this yar (sic)(as in "my she was so YAR"...a Katharine Hepburn reference). *sigh* Did anyone else on this guestbook buy a big screen TV just so they could observe AR as closely as possible? What an insanity. But I am STILL too shy to watch "Dark Harbor" on it...However, I DO watch my very three favorites---"Close My Eyes", "An Awfully Big Adventure" and, of course, the HP's...I am going MENTAL waiting to get "Snow Cake" and I am so absolutely to pieces waiting for "Closet Land" on Region 1 DVD. And "Rasputin".
How sad. My six-year-old daughter and her friend have become Rickmaniacs too, but as Daddy has issues with this it's become sort of a taboo subject around the house.
**EDITED OUT FOR CONTENT by Claudia*
4/02/07 at 09:41 PMWhat is your location?
hee hee, i so love him.......
4/02/07 at 09:08 PMComments:OMG, the Miami Vice look!! How funny!!
Yeah, he looks great in those.
Btw, in the first two photos... what is the white thingy on his jacket?
It looks like a dead white hamster in the first and like a flower in the second one. Seems too spongy to be a handkerchief.
No wonder, Claudia! It was a whole process.
Well, better late than never. God bless your new scanner!
I still can't decide which picture I like the most but your favorite is one of the best. Yeah!
And what about the one named 'CurtainCallHamlet"?
And the ones with the Miami Vice look? (As Alfan so right baptized them)
Oh, it can't be helped, I love them all.
4/02/07 at 07:52 PMWhat is your location?
Oh, i love the Miami Vice look......love it.
4/02/07 at 06:38 PMWhat is your location?
TexasComments:Oh My Goodness...THANK YOU for those wonderful Pictures of ALAN......I am in AR HEAVEN now!!!! BLESS YOU!!!! These are all new to me!!!! THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!! Becky
4/02/07 at 04:33 PMWhat is your location?
Peekabooh, I will work on a solution to the thumbnail linking bit tonight. Wish me luck. I don't know why our board and Photobucket are so at odds on this. It used to work so easily.
Yes, the practice page is using when practicing to post on the HP Spoilers board. You have to know more html on that particular board than you do here. I really need to remove that from the top. I think I'll do that right now.
In the meantime, I will find a solution and post it tonight.
4/02/07 at 03:56 PMComments:
OMG Pat and Claudia - WOW and thank you SO MUCH for sharing those treasures!!
I only wish I had been paying attention enough a back in those days to have been aware of AR then.
4/02/07 at 03:53 PMComments:
Fantastic photos, Pat. Thank you.
4/02/07 at 03:43 PMComments:
Thank you Pat
for those gorgeous pics. Nahima
is right, he looks like he is in his early twenties instead of 46... amazing! Pat,
you lucky lucky girl.Claudia
, could you tell us, simple folks, how to post a thumbnail? The practice page doesn´t seem to work for me either. I think it all changed a bit, am I right?
4/02/07 at 03:29 PMWhat is your location?
Claudia, I can't believe how your Inbox managed to contain such treasure hidden there for so long without exploding with a massive SQUEEEEEEEEE!
Thanks to you too for uploading them.
*tee hee* Nahima, I know what you mean there! Actually, pat mailed me copies of the pictures and I scanned them in for her. I held off on scanning them until I could be my new scanner. I was afraid the old scanner wouldn't do them justice.
I think my favorite one of the bunch is where the words "Stage Door" are above his head. His smile is sooooo sweet in that one!
4/02/07 at 03:25 PMComments:
Thanks for sharing the photos Pat, I like the sunglasses one the most.
4/02/07 at 03:25 PMWhat is your location?
A huge welcome to Alpewulbridum, leonore, vivi, and Alperey! So glad that you've joined us.
I saw Sigourney Weaver last week on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. She "promoed" Snow Cake along with a couple of other pieces of work. A film and also her narration of Discovery Channel's Planet Earth. If yall get the chance to watch PE...do. If you are a nature nut like me, you will find this special extraordinary!
Zorra! What a treat...first in seeing you post again. Its been to long since your last one! And second...your sharing AR's artwork from Oz magazine. You are very lucky to have that little piece of AR history!
Oh goodness...I had forgotten about sue's stitches! Ya never know how good pain could feel, eh sue? *grin*
rosi, thanks so much for capturing that video for us! And congrats on such a fine job your first time out!
Yipppeeeee on the blurb about a possible Sweeney Todd release! My goodness that will be fast considering the scary interuption they had with JD's daughter. I am trying to locate a copy of Ray Winstone's version of the same name. I'd love to see it before AR's version comes out.
Carolyn, thanks for the images from the Harold Pinter Celebration. No matter when, where, or how...that man is ALWAYS gorgeous! And Lindsay Duncan always looks classy! I really did enjoy her performance in Rome and just recently saw her in HBO's Longford. That was a fascinating story!
Thanks so much for the SAFE link, sue! Out of all AR's charities, I think this is the one that receives the least amount of attention.
Thanks for removing that watermark, Camerata! That image is so yummy!
CatsPlay, thanks for the link to the WireImages videos. I'm about to die to see them. But I don't think I'm ready to shell out that much though. WI really think a lot of their possessions, don't they?
As for announcements about the various AR polls. I do know that a lot of us here...myself included, really got frustrated with how the workings of the polls were going. I do know for a fact that you can't rely on these things because they can be and probably are rigged. It is OK to mention when AR comes up on a new poll just in case there is someone here that wants to participate. But constantly reminding us of the polls, can be a bit irritating. So let's just limit it to making an annoucement and letting it lie.
4/02/07 at 03:23 PMComments:Now it's my turn...
Ohhhhh myyyy goodness!
A huge bunch of thanks to Pat from Australia for sharing these gorgeous piccies with us.
You lucky gal, met Teh Nose so many times and at its best!
Well, AR seems to be always at its best but it amazes me how young he looked then.
If I'm not wrong, he was past his forties in 1992 and could have passed for a twenty-something or not-more-than-thirty-two years bloke.
Claudia, I can't believe how your Inbox managed to contain such treasure hidden there for so long without exploding with a massive SQUEEEEEEEEE!
Thanks to you too for uploading them.
Karin, your contribution is great too!
Thank you so much and a big hug to Peek for her help with the uploading.
4/02/07 at 03:08 PMWhat is your location?
Germany sunny and warmComments:
WOW. Great pixis. And interesting too. Thanks for sharing pat
and for posting them Claudia Hikity
may I ask... You don´t get my mails. What we will do now?
Sorry for you others. I know my problems are nothing for this side
4/02/07 at 02:26 PMWhat is your location?
Ohhhhh myyyy goodness! Karin and Peekabooh! Thank you for the new pics! They are so BIG and clear! I linked them to the larger ones so it will be easier to see them as wonderful full size images.
I see I have some catching up to do but first I wanted to post some pics that pat from Australia sent me way back before Christmas. Finally, pat...I can uphold my end of the bargain! *grin* Anyway, here's the images that coincide with pat's wonderful AR stories! I've added the caption pat wrote with each picture so you'll know when, where, and some times whether she was the one that took the pic or not within the PhotoBucket account.
Thank you sooo much pat!!! And I'm so sorry for taking so long to get them posted.
4/02/07 at 01:03 PMWhat is your location?
FranceWhat is the URL of your HomePage? (include "http://") http://www.rickmanparadise.comComments:Thanks Karin & Peek ! Can I post them on my site with your name please ? Poor Sue ! LOL
4/02/07 at 10:26 AMComments:
it certainly was a night (and couple of days) to remember!New Jan and others
, what you need to know is that Sue had had a surgery a couple of days before the Q&A. I´ll copy a part of her review from her LJ over here (hope you don´t mind Sue);
"We thought everybody would have gone as we'd been a while and left the cinema through the bar to find Alan standing there surrounded by the likes of Hikity, Peeekabooh etc getting autographs and pictures. L and I stood back and she took a phone pic and I remembered to get my camera out and took one photo but it isn't brilliant. People were clearing out so I took a deep breath and went up to him and said "It's ok, I don't want an autograph or anything but just wanted to thank you for making a wonderful adult movie, I really loved it" I got a lovely smile and a thank-you and he stuck his hand out and grabbed mine and shook it firmly whereupon I sunk back to my Sarf London roots and said "Mind me stitches!" LOL A look of utter alarm crossed his face and he said "Oh dear, sorry" or something like that. Anyway, it did hurt a bit but now I shall be selling the plaster on ebay!!!LOL."
4/02/07 at 09:30 AMComments:
Peek and Sue, wasn't that a wonderful evening despite the STITCHES, *grin*?
4/02/07 at 03:51 AMWhat is your location?
Squashed stitches? Please tell.
4/02/07 at 03:39 AMComments:
, you are mean
poor Sue....Karin and Peek,
thanks for the pics, but Karin, did you forget to post those two last year? Or do I have them already in my massive files of AR-pics?
4/02/07 at 02:49 AMComments:Sue
, I will never forget that moment! Your reaction and his expression...
4/01/07 at 06:51 PMComments:
Thanks Peek and Karin, that takes me right back to the night of the squashed stitches!!
4/01/07 at 05:47 PMComments:
Yeaaaa! New piccies!! And it's the ugly flower shirt! Bless him. Thanks to Peek and Karen for new goodies.
4/01/07 at 05:09 PMComments:
Our dear Karin
from Switzerland, asked me to post two of her pictures, made September 5th 2006 (thank you so much Karin). Since I have no clue how to post thumbnails anymore, I´ll leave you with the teaser (small ones). If you want a huge version, go to Claudia´s photobucket (description above) cause that´s where I uploaded them to.
Enjoy.... Hugs Peek
4/01/07 at 04:31 PMComments:Rosi : Thanks for the Youtube file
4/01/07 at 11:41 AMWhat is your location?
Ok, ok, ok, ok, im wrong , i obviously got my stories mixed up with somthing else, me sorry ........not to mention it again, lips are sealed
4/01/07 at 10:25 AMWhat is your location?
There's a really good
article about the filming of OOTP at:http://www.forum.militaryltd.com/entertainment-news/m35129-harry-potter-order-phoenix.htm
Also gives some info as to what's in and what's out.
4/01/07 at 09:51 AMWhat is your location?
under the dining room tableWhat is the URL of your HomePage? (include "http://") http://home.earthlink.net/~sa.pe.APLhome.htmlComments:
Rickwoman, I think that is a reference to a 1989 production of a play by Mikhail Shatrov called The Peace of Brest.
In my copy of the play, the note below the cast list says "Performed in Russian, the play was accompanied by a live simultaneous translation based on the translation printed here and spoken by Frances de la Tour and Alan Rickman."
As for voting in polls, I agree that they are all rigged and everyone cheats on them. I think they are better at measuring which group of fans has the most sophisticated computer skills than the actual popularity of an actor. That said, I don't care if people vote in them or post about them here just as long as the posts don't become so large or numerous that they flood the board. Then they are more like annoying cell phone conversations than news items.
I will now prepare for another three months of banishment for speaking my mind.
4/01/07 at 09:43 AMWhat is your location?
To me, being remembered of a poll isn't nearly that boring than hundreds of posts concerning one's birthday.
Nothing to be said against congratulations, but to see the same line for the umpteenth time sometimes takes away the fun of reading.
Maybe a congratulation area would be indicated.
4/01/07 at 07:10 AMComments:
Sorry, but is it not a bit ridiculous to once again discuss what should be discussed here and what not? I know, I am a minority of that opinion and it might be against the rules, but I still want to repeat my statement of old:Let people post what they like and just ignore what does not interest you.
I mean, why on earth should people not be allowed to post about the poll (even though it is against the rules above) when at the same time others are allowed to drool about pictures and discuss their AR-related NC17 dreams (which is at least as much against the rules)?
Just an innocent question...
4/01/07 at 06:24 AMComments:
I quote Susan
,Alfan, that's not really the way I remember AR's results in the Hello! poll.
Oh yes, I remember it exactly the way Alfan
wrote about it - she is right -
BTW: I thought we decided NOT
to mention the VOTING business here anymore but on our discussion board
4/01/07 at 05:30 AMWhat is your location?
Last passage from that article
“Years ago,” she says, “Vanessa Redgrave brought the Shalom Theatre of Moscow to London, and Alan Rickman and Frances de la Tour and I were asked to do simultaneous translation. I was the voice for this actress called Marina, who gave me notes every night. Every time I saw her coming, I’d duck. ‘Where is Frances? Where is Frances?’ Alan and Frankie would go, ‘She’s looking for you again.’ I’d get more notes than I’ve ever got in my life. She’s in my head when I think of how Arkadina acts. It’s very big and very over the top. I don’t see in myself Arkadina’s mad self-deception when she says, ‘I could still play a 15-year-old.’ That’s where we part company. I’m not that unaware.”
Has anybody been knowing about that?
Another piece from that article about Zoe Wanamaker (Mme. Hooch)
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/arts/main.jhtml?xml=/arts/2007/03/28/btwanamaker128.xmlShe is much sunnier about Harry Potter, in which she played Madam Hooch. "There was one day when Maggie [Smith], Richard Harris, Alan Rickman and myself came in at about eight, got into full make-up, full costume, sat there and then had lunch and tea time comes round and the first AD comes in at about seven and says, 'I'm sorry, it's a wrap.' I saw Richard Harris's eyes open. His beard was all tied up in bows so that it wouldn't go up his nose and I knew he was going to explode and I thought this was the funniest thing. He said, 'What are you laughing at?' I said, 'Look at us, we've been sitting here all day all dressed up like this and we're getting paid for this and you're getting angry!' "