We’ve added screencaps from the behind the scenes video of the recording of the Wanderlust audiobook to our RACentral Gallery.
Wolverine podcast writer Benjamin Percy on what fans can expect from The Long Night on Vulture.com.
And you got Richard Armitage to play Wolverine!
When they were listing off different names as possibilities, as soon as they came to Armitage, I snapped my fingers and said, “Him, he’s the one.” I just knew that he was perfect for this role. He has not only the gravelly baritone, but a certain haunted demeanor about him that makes him perfectly suited for Wolverine. He’s a very, very smart guy. Some of the emails that he sent, in which he was referencing William Blake’s Nebuchadnezzar and talking about how he wanted to sort of unpack the character of Wolverine, they were scholarly. He’s not someone in this role. This guy is Wolverine.
That’s a good Blake cut.
If you’re familiar with that painting, it’s the man on all-fours. He saw in that painting an equivalency to Logan.
A trailer for The Wolverine podcast has been released today.
The first of 10 episodes will debut on March 12 exclusively on Stitcher Premium. More information on wolverinepodcast.com.
Audible presents a behind the scenes video of Richard discussing and performing the audiobook, Wanderlust, by Lauren Blakely, which was released today, February 6.
Richard will be attending the SXSW Festival in Austin, TX on March 11 to talk about The Wolverine: The Long Night podcast. Thanks to @EniKoni.
— Eni Koni (@EniKoni) February 6, 2018
It was announced today that Romeo + Juliet, written by David Hewson and narrated by Richard, has been nominated for a 2018 Audie for Original Work.
— Paula Poundstone (@paulapoundstone) February 6, 2018
The Audie Awards will be held on Thursday, May 31, 6:30 – 11:00 pm in NYC.
Candida Brady has tweeted that Urban and the Shed Crew has been chosen to be shown at the Newcastle International Film Festival. The date of the showing is not known yet, but the film festival begins March 28 and ends April 1.
— Candida Brady (@candidabrady) February 5, 2018
The Northern Niche website states that Richard will be attending.
We are extremely grateful to @Ella_4619 for her translation of Julie Delpy’s interview, “Wo sind all die Talente hin?” (Where have all the talents gone?) with Katharine Dockhorn for Rheinpfalz, 22nd January, 2018.
Both Audible UK and Audible US marketplaces (as examaples) are showing Richard Armitage as the narrator for The Tattooist of Auschwitz.
Big Finish’s Vortex Magazine’s February 2018 edition has an article on the upcoming audiobook The Martian Invasion of Earth, narrated by Richard and Lucy Briggs-Owen. The article is free to download from the Big Finish site.