I can’t take another step. You’re not alone, Matt. You never were.
As the I Saw The Light promotional tour continues, today director Marc Abraham and I talked to Richard Roeper on the television show Good Day Chicago. Original picture source: CheeseTheBoard…
Fun times at E Street Cinema in Washington, D.C. Thanks for having me! Hell of a double bill! Look who stopped by last night! The one and only @twhiddleston! pic.twitter.com/WRm6qg74z3…
You have an opportunity here, Detective. By turning evidence on Fisk, you can set things right. If that’s what you want. If not, you can sit here playing with yourself…
Marc Abraham, the director, writer, and producer of I Saw The Light, and I, having a good time with Kevin McCarthy this morning on Good Day DC. Image sorce: CheeseTheBoard…
I am the ill intent… who set upon the traveller on a road that he should not have been on.
One of the wonderful things about my travels to see the film High-Rise is that it has given me the magnificent opportunity to visit many of the wonderful independent cinemas of Midgard. On Asgard our choice is limited, and large soulless chain cinemas fill their screens with the latest blockbusters, selling over priced popped corn and questionable meat products.
On my travels I have had the pleasure of visiting the home of film premières: the Leicester Square Odeon, enjoyed the huge screen (and the cakes) at the wonderful Central Picturehouse, had my first taste of visiting the BFI, witnessed the majesty of the Barbican, and saw the beauty of the Phoenix Cinema.
I was familiar with the Tyneside cinema, but had never had reason to visit before, so my heart sang with joy when I saw the beautiful 1930’s interior, and deep red curtains. This was likely to be my final visit to the High-Rise in a cinema, and I was delighted to end my journey in such a beautiful venue.
This was my eighth visit to see High-Rise, and even after so many viewings I was still excited as the opening titles appeared upon the screen.
I have long been a fan of Clint Mansell’s film scores, ever since I saw Requiem For A Dream in my chambers on Asgard, but I had never seen him live until this night!Mr Mansell and his band performed tracks from many of his film scores, and I am unashamed to admit that I cried like a baby abandoned in a temple on Jotunheim when he performed his wonderful score from Moon.
On March the 24th 2016, I attended the Cinema Society screening of my forthcoming film I Saw The Light. Original picture Source: Torrilla
Black parts will give the most protection. Red might deflect a knife, depending on the angle… might not. It’ll do just fine. Thank you, Melvin.
On the 22nd of March 2016, I attended the premiere of my forthcoming film I Saw The Light. Original image 1 - 2 Source: Torrilla
On March the 25th 2016 I appeared at the Apple Store in Soho for their I Saw The Light Meet The Actor question and answer session. Original image Source: Torrilla
You were right… what you told me over the radio that night. Not everyone deserves a happy ending.
You took everything! I’m gonna kill you! Take your shot.
I told you before, Sergeant… I’m not the bad guy. Holy shit, it’s you.