Good Vibrations

Fan A-Z Challenge

C.) Name a book that you think RA should star in a film in

I’m going to cheat (again) and give a different kind of answer to this question. I tried to think of a book that I would like to see turned into a movie starring Richard but I kept coming up blank. probably because I only read fanfiction…

fanfic, trying to convince me that ‘real’ books are overrated

My mind wandered a bit as I just generally thought of what kind of film I wanted to see him in next, and it got stuck on that Audible advert for ‘Their Lost Daughters’. a salt and pepper Richard on a dreary, windy beach, wearing a pea coat? yes please!

I’ve not read the actual book the advert is for, so I can’t say whether or not the story itself is ‘RA film worthy’, so my answer is just the advert itself. I have a couple of requirements though:

1.) his hair has to be styled like this, not just in the wind but all the time

Richard Armitage: Kewpie pie

2.) that sweater looks too itchy. it has to come off

slowly.

 

I really like the Audible interview with Richard too:

 

the neckline of that white shirt

peek-a-book necklace, I see you!

 

and a return to his lankier frame. pale & skinny is my type.

Richard, fearing he’ll never see food or sun again if I have my say

 

It gave me a vibe that I really like.

 

Bonus:

example of my awesome screenshot skills.

 

9 thoughts on “Good Vibrations

  1. I loved the lighter color palette of that final interview — he doesn’t do that very often, but light and airy is just as good as dark and sombre.

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  2. Sorry, just found this (as usual veeerrry late🙄)
    I’ve been reading The Seeker books by S G MacLean.
    It’s utterly perfect for him (and of course nothing to do with getting him into a costume drama again 😏) The somber, powerfully good and rightious Damian Seeker is my present readcrush, to be honest I’d settle for him just doing the audio books!

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