This article by Kervyn Cloete from Critical Hit, focusses on Hugh Jackman’s comments. However, towards the end, the author talks a bit about Richard’s role as Wolverine in the forthcoming audiobook, Wolverine: The Long Night.
Thanks to @mooseturds for tweeting these articles.
From The Australian’s @justinburke who selected it as his top pick.
I got this on my phone, read it, when I went back to retweet, got caught in The Australian’s account login page. Thanks for tweeting 😊👌 He obviously knows Lucas although didn’t have much to say about #BerlinStation or #danielmiller. All publicity’s good publicity 😉
— RichardArmitageCtral (@RA_Central) December 13, 2017
And from the West Australian,
— moose turds (@mooseturds) December 13, 2017
Thanks to @VAncilotti for finding and tweeting this. Author Heather Morris posted on facebook in November that Richard will be recording the audio for her book, The Tattooist of Auschwitz, which will be released in January.
What do these 3 pictures have in common???? One is the poster of my book, showing the written story, the other 2 are…
And yesterday she posted some pictures of Richard in the studio:
Deadline.com announces that EPIX has renewed Berlin Station for a third season. It should air in late 2018 or early 2019.
It has been changed a bit but, according to the most recent television schedule, Berlin Station 1 and 2 will begin airing back-to-back on SBS, with s1e1, 10.30 pm Wednesday 13th December and then epi 2, on Thursday 14th December. The series will then be playing on On Demand.
Just a thought, if it does finally air here, it might be nice to keep in mind that there are still places all over the world that haven’t seen it so be a bit careful when chatting on social media.
It looks like s. 1 is airing WEEKLY from Wednesday, 13th December and being streamed on SBS On Demand from Thursday 14th December. Apologies for the confusion.
Darkroom Challenge 146 – KNICK KNACKS – results are now in our Gallery.
Richard talks about a lot of past, current and future projects in this interview with Den of Geek.
Blenheim Films is, in effect, seeking crowd funding for the distribution of a DVD of Urban and the Shed Crew by offering fans credit on Urban and the Shed Crew and its new poster. There are several people who are interested in a simple donation without receiving the poster. Some issues are still unclear, such as what happens if the optimum goal of £50,000 is not reached. We will try and keep you updated as plans for this progress. It will probably be best to consider any contribution as a donation.