myinnerteenager:

hi-tom:

Ri♥♥♥♥♥♥chard

He looks so kind here. Love.

jollytr:

Smirk theRApy.  Robin Hood S02E01 (X)

jollytr:

Smirk theRApy.  Robin Hood S02E01 (X)

armitagefan:

So much to love in this shot…

our lovely Richard at MediaCityUK in Salford (7.14.14). Source (x)

jkrfan7 asked: how bad was the queue for the crucible stage door? did richard rush? was it packed?

ceallaig1:

sunny1956us:

another-story-must-begin-24601:

It was not horrible at all!  I’m used to the way it is in NYC where they set up barriers and everyone mobs it and shouts and waves their programs to be signed, but here is so much nicer.  Everyone queues up nice and polite, and it wasn’t as packed as I imagined it would be.  The other cast members don’t really go down the line, so you have to step out and ask them for an autograph if you want it (and if you make friends in line they’ll let you back in).  Richard went down the line and autographed everyone’s program if they wanted, and if they asked for a photo he obliged.  It was pretty great all around!  Do you have plans to go?

In a couple of short videos, when someone said thank you or complimented him, Richard said Bless You, often.
He’s a gentleman, his parents raised him properly.
He looks pretty wiped out, but he still respects his admirers. I just hope he stays healthy.

I simply can’t imagine people queueing up in NYC — the madhouse after the final show of Cripple of Inishmaan was ridiculous, and if I’d been Daniel Radcliffe, I’d have found a different way out of the building.

guylty:

myrichardtreehouse:

obsessivebehaviors:

Just NEEDED RA without beard. 

Thanks! Are we in the minority?

I’ll join the stubble faction.

Love the beard, but it’s the mouth-wateringly sexy st❤bble for me too. .


→“I need more Richard Armitage on my dash” (1130 of ?)

“I need more Richard Armitage on my dash” (1130 of ?)


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“I need more Richard Armitage on my dash” (1131 of ?)

somebodystolemytiara:

OMG SO THIS TOTALLY JUST HAPPENED! I’M THE ONE ON THE FAR LEFT WITH THE ONE EYE (EYE OF SAURON ANYONE?!) BUT OMFG!!!! I DON’T EVEN CARE

somebodystolemytiara:

OMG SO THIS TOTALLY JUST HAPPENED! I’M THE ONE ON THE FAR LEFT WITH THE ONE EYE (EYE OF SAURON ANYONE?!) BUT OMFG!!!! I DON’T EVEN CARE

thecrownlesskings:

'Thorin has a strange relationship with Orcrist. He is drawn to it because of its obvious beauty and fine craftsmanship, but being an Elvish blade his first instinct is to cast it away. It's a beautiful weapon and fit for a king, but Thorin has an almost love-hate relationship with it because of his history with Elves. He realizes it is a very valuable weapon of the highest quality and Elrond says as much, but it's an Elf blade in the end and Thorin begrudges any favour from the people who withheld their help when it mattered the most.'

                         ~ Richard Armitage, DoS Chronicles Cloaks & Daggers

perry322:

Time Out New York Dubs #RichardArmitage ” A Rising Star” and … #TheCrucible

In an article devoted to what plays now on the London stage, New Yorkers might see, predicts a New York run for The Crucible next year. Here ( Keeping in mind, as we have said many times before, a…

wewillburntogether:
If you want to experience a true arsitage fiesta, simply book 36F seat at the Old Vic theater. Were were many times during the play, when you could see nothing apart RA’s buns blocking your view. I don’t complain, mind you.
If you live in London, simply go and see The Crucible. If you don’t live in London… well, simply buy your bus, train, plane, ferry or whatever tickets you need and go to see the Crucible. It’s one of the most interesting plays I’ve ever seen and every penny I’ve spent on this trip – it’s worth it.
You simply can’t expect me to burst into tears when RA turns to me and roars “We will burn together!”. However heartbreaking the scene was, I was biting my lip to stop a huge grin spread on my face, while most people around me were already sobbing dearly for Proctor.
I had a really great time in London. Well, I’m still wearing that stupid grin of mine as in the photo above and my dear husband is ready to kill me. jk, but not about the grin ;) Well, I guess I will always wear that grin, when remember the 9th of July, 2014.
PS. Richard’s not that tall as everyone says ;)

wewillburntogether:

  1. If you want to experience a true arsitage fiesta, simply book 36F seat at the Old Vic theater. Were were many times during the play, when you could see nothing apart RA’s buns blocking your view. I don’t complain, mind you.
  2. If you live in London, simply go and see The Crucible. If you don’t live in London… well, simply buy your bus, train, plane, ferry or whatever tickets you need and go to see the Crucible. It’s one of the most interesting plays I’ve ever seen and every penny I’ve spent on this trip – it’s worth it.
  3. You simply can’t expect me to burst into tears when RA turns to me and roars “We will burn together!”. However heartbreaking the scene was, I was biting my lip to stop a huge grin spread on my face, while most people around me were already sobbing dearly for Proctor.
  4. I had a really great time in London. Well, I’m still wearing that stupid grin of mine as in the photo above and my dear husband is ready to kill me. jk, but not about the grin ;) Well, I guess I will always wear that grin, when remember the 9th of July, 2014.

PS. Richard’s not that tall as everyone says ;)

"Aside from the obvious brooding sex appeal, Armitage delivered a show-stopping performance that anchored the performance’s angst-ridden momentum. With his growling voice and blunt manner, Armitage expertly portrayed the character’s spiral into desperation."

The Crucible at The Old Vic | To go or not to go

Reasons To Go:

3. Richard Armitage

(via riepu10)

audreymolinatti:

I went to london to see the crucible with my sister at the old vic. it was amazing.The story is so intense and the scenery is brillant. The sound design and light how the actors moved around the cricle stage, a very great performance. 
At the end of the play Mr Armitage was so kind to come and sign autographs and to take pictures with the audience. I told him i came all the way from france and he replied ” merci beaucoup”. What a night. 
( first time i like my face on a picture XD)

A brick to the face

jollytr:

elvenbutterflies:

Seeing pictures of Richard Armitage on my dash is like being hit by a brick. A hot, classy, sexy, beautiful 42 yr old brick right in the face.

Pictures of Richard?  Where?

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