Today’s Picture of the Day on RichardArmitageNet.Com is again Richard Armitage as Sir Guy of Gisborne. The picture is dedicated to Jane’s birthday. We have a Jane who comments here, but I’m not sure if she’s the same person. A very happy birthday to you, Jane, whoever and wherever you are! 🙂
Thanks so much for your lovely responses to the recent Sir Guy of Gisborne fanvideo. I have since added closed captioning. 🙂 Many of you mentioned that Richard Armitage and Keith Allen made a brilliant comedy duo and I totally agree. As promised, here is your download link. It’s in MP4 format so you can play it on your iPod, iPad, iPhone or iRichard: http://www.mediafire.com/file/nm4z474ihca9thj/bccmee_animal.mp4
If you have trouble playing the file, VLC Player will play almost any audio or video file. It’s free and safe and you can download it here: http://www.videolan.org/vlc/
Just for fun, I changed one scene in the downloadable video as compared to the version on YouTube. See if you can spot the difference. There will be a little prize for the first person to post the correct difference in the comments below. You don’t need to be scientific about it. Just name the new scene that wasn’t in the original YouTube video. 🙂 The prize is not a tangible item so you won’t need to send me your home address!
For a little treat, I wanted to make an animated gif. The laughing horse was mentioned in the comments of the latest Guy fanvideo and so I decided to make that little scene into an animated gif. However, I was unable to think of a caption, so if you can think of some and write them in the comments, I’ll choose my favorite and post up the winner tomorrow. Thanks in advance for your help! Here’s the unfinished animated gif:
If you were offline yesterday and missed the announcement, there is a new print interview with Richard Armitage on MTV.com. Before you click the link, be forewarned that there is a major spoiler if you are not familiar with the storyline of The Hobbit. Here’s the link: http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1677131/richard-armitage-hobbit.jhtml. Once you’re there, you might see a link to a video that is blocked outside the United States. It is simply the trailer for The Hobbit which you probably have already seen. If you haven’t yet, or you want to see it again, here’s a link that is available internationally: http://youtu.be/xuuZWsY3s8c
So we have two little contests going. One to spot the difference in the fanvideo on YouTube vs. the downloadable video. The other is the caption contest for the animated gif. Hope you can play along and I’ll see you tomorrow!