It’s been a long long while since my last post…anyway, let’s keep it rolling…
Here’s a couple of newspaper articles from today ( 27/06/2014) about “The Legend of Barney Thomson” filming at Red Road Flats, Glasgow.
I’m so looking forward to seeing how they’ve adapted the book… I’m thrilled, after two weeks in Glasgow and seeing different scenes, I’ve come up with many theories hahaha
Wow! my congrats to the person who’s done this beautiful and gorgeous set
I LOVE IT
The RC Movie Club is on Twitter. To help go through OUAT and Robert Carlyle Hiatus, we’ll see a movie a week. We’ll discuss it, post pictures, and enjoy having a moment together. If that is your thing, feel free to join us. https://twitter.com/RCmovieClub
*** Movie Discussions will be held on Sundays at 8 pm (Europe) / 11 am (PST) *** and first movie to be announced soon. :)
Come and join us!
What a fantastic gif set!!!!! Love love love Col Ives
♥Top 10 Robert Carlyle Roles (As Voted by my Followers)♥
↳ 8. colonel francis ives\f.w. colqhoun /// ravenous
Robert Carlyle as “brother Claret” in “A Canticle for Leibowitz” [excerpt]
Beautiful Carla’s Song BTS photos
Robert Carlyle & Oyanka Cabezas
*These pics are from the Spanish Press Book
A Real Treasure Thank youuu :) Love love love the close-up, truly beautiful.
Robert Carlyle - The Lucky Suit (1995)
Robert plays “a high voiced wimp in the Lucky Suit”
Enjoy the pictures, some of them entirely new thanks to a friend :)
Sources: my friend (posted with her knowledge and agreement, THANK YOU lucky girl!), OBE for the resume (x)
Devised & directed by Caroline Paterson
Produced by Robbie Allen & Stuart Davids
Executive Producer Catherine Aitken
Production company: Raindog
Terry enjoys his life as a flower seller on the streets of Glasgow, although his friend Billy considers it “floral prostitution”. One day they discover a discarded suit belonging to comedian Tommy Yorke, containing his hotel room key.
Despite Terry’s fears of being “lifted”, the boys go to Yorke’s hotel to return the suit. Rebuffed by the desk clerk, they set off to find the comedian’s room, encountering various unusual characters in the hallways.
Once in Yorke’s room, Terry and Billy amuse themselves with his belongings, including the suit which becomes “the emperor’s new clothes”. Their fun is interrupted by a knock on the door.
While Billy entertains a dedicated Tommy Yorke fan, Terry hides in the bathroom. Eventually Yorke himself returns, frightening Terry. Billy comforts his friend and the pair escape.
Back on the street, Terry resumes his flower sales while Billy decides to impersonate an art student.
Robert Carlyle’s role in The Lucky Suit is a far cry from his usual strong characters. Terry’s sweetness, dependence and vulnerability illustrate Carlyle’s enormous range as an actor.