One hour Interview! Must see!Yesterday (Saturday the 7th) The New York Times held an Arts&Leisure Event with also a livestream on the Internet!One hour Interview! Must see! in Personal More Like This
Alan Rickman was one of the guests. More than one hour. - A remarkable space of time and actually a Must-Have-Seen...!
Here is the link: http://new.livestream.com/channels/387/videos/76749
DissapointmentAs being founder of a dA-fan group I was highly charged by myself to holding a contest about the common idol the group has. In my case it´s the wonderful actor and artist, director and writer, Alan Rickman. - The contest theme was Alan Rickman and you as his fan... Is there any meaning his sayings had to you, his way of acting, writing, directing?Dissapointment in Personal More Like This
I thought to myself such theme in a contest that is being hold by a fan group in an art community like DeviantART would suits those members right...
I was wrong.
400 members of a fan group doesn´ t mean to have 400 fans with you. In our case it means to have among 250 fans who´re just fans of Severus Snape. They haven´t got the slightest interest in things Alan Rickman has to say.
Among 100 members are also only interested into this man because their fantasies running wild at him - undressed of course. - And the rest....?
Tell me about the rest, cause I do not feel them being here...
I knew f
I Met Alan RickmanI went to New York last week and saw Seminar on broadway. The show was absolutely amazing and so was Mr. Rickman. I will have pictures soon, but the experience was right out of a fanfiction. My home state, Ohio, was mentioned in the play so I told the cast. Mr. Rickman almost doubled over laughing, but he also appreciated that I had traveled so far. I had also told him I rode on a train for 18+ hours to see him. He was so nice and I want to meet him againI Met Alan Rickman in Personal More Like This
Log 46: A salute to Alan Rickman and an apologySPOILER ALERT: DEATHLY HALLOWS PART 2Log 46: A salute to Alan Rickman and an apology in Personal More Like This
Ladies and gentlemen, I watched Harry Potter and the deathly hallows part 2 today.
I have been enjoying the harry potter series since it's premise so this was a turning stone for me in a way.
I had read all the books before hand, I knew what was coming but that didn't prepare me for what I saw.
Alan Rickman's performance reduced me to tears, I was crying so hard and I wasn't sure I could stop.
This is a testament to his great skills as an actor but to see him express such sadness, such grief and pain...I couldn't hold it in.
Mr Rickman you deserve the most prestigious award possible and J.K Rowling you are the best writer of your time.
I feel for snape more than any other character in the harry potter franchise because he is the most tragic of all perhaps.
I'd also like to apologise to him in some way as in 2007, when I read the book I was so sure where he stood...then I saw where he stands...and I felt guilty.
Snape is a very tragic hero, he suffe
Sherlock Holmes: The Ever Evolving IconWhat is it about a fictional character first introduced to the public in Great Britain in 1887 that has kept him being reincarnated, with generationally-correct upgrades, over and over again in film and on television? Who is this literary hero whose portrayal over the past century by such past masters as Basil Rathbone and Jeremy Brett to today’s vanguard talents Robert Downey, Jr. and Benedict Cumberbatch has inspired such a continuing outpouring of fan appreciation?Sherlock Holmes: The Ever Evolving Icon in deviantART Blog More Like This
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What is it about a fictional character first introduced to the public in Great Britain in 1887 that has kept him being reincarnated, with generationally-correct upgrades, over and over again in film and on television? Who is this literary hero whose portrayal