ourdramaqueen: (benedict cumberbatch national lottery aw)
It's a photo that Sherlock director Paul McGuigan posted on his Twitter:

Hold on to your ovaries, ladies... )
Now if only he'd come to an event in NYC next year where I could smuggle in my Little One... ;)
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Anyone have an inkling why this page made me squee and bounce around like mad? ;D

If not, check this out )
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are here.

Just finished tonight's ep of Prison Break (the second-to-last of the writer's strike shortened season 3 - and thank goodness they're airing season 4 right afterwards), now I'll go crash. Night night!

Holy sh*t!

Nov. 19th, 2008 11:50 am
ourdramaqueen: (wedding wars ted omg)

LIFE Photo Archive available on Google Image Search

11/18/2008 08:17:00 AM

The Zapruder film of the Kennedy assassination; The Mansell Collection from London; Dahlstrom glass plates of New York and environs from the 1880s; and the entire works left to the collection from LIFE photographers Alfred Eisenstaedt, Gjon Mili, and Nina Leen. These are just some of the things you'll see in Google Image Search today.

We're excited to announce the availability of never-before-seen images from the LIFE photo archive. This effort to bring offline images online was inspired by our mission to organize all the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. This collection of newly-digitized images includes photos and etchings produced and owned by LIFE dating all the way back to the 1750s.

Read the full article at the link above. This is AMAZING!!!!
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of Craig Parker in the Legend of the Seeker pilot, which I finally watched tonight. "A few" being 50 - hey, it is/was the man's birthday after all! Happy Birthday "Barbara"! ;) I can't believe it was already three years ago that [livejournal.com profile] lilithlotr and I handed him a birthday card during the autograph session at RingCon in Fulda. o_O

The LotS pilot was good, at least for someone like me who hasn't read the book that the series is based on. I liked the leads (special shoutout to Bruce "Mouth of Sauron" Spence) and I have only a few minor quibbles which didn't diminish my enjoyment. Craig only had a few minutes of screentime overall, but I liked that because it somehow adds mystique to his role. He had some good scenes and omg he looks so hot with that long dark hair and dressed in dark red velvet! *fans self*

Side note: The lead (kinda young-Karl-Urban-ish looking) certainly adds to the eyecandy. ;)

Am downloading ep 3 right now, which I unfortunately can't watch anymore tonight because it's already midnight and I've had late nights both Sunday and Monday due to being out for dinner. Oh well, something to look forward to!

Enough babbling - here's a few teasers:

You can find them along with the 46 other screen caps in glorious 1024x576 here.

Enjoy - and nice dreams! ;)
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of Darken Rahl, from the video in the Legend of the Seeker character guide. omgarms!!!! *drools*

Read more... )

Night night!


Oct. 24th, 2008 06:33 pm
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If you'd like to see Craig Parker look utterly lickable with shoulder-length, dark hair, and clad in red velvet (and in one shot, topless) - here are some screen caps from a trailer of NZ fantasy TV series "Legend of the Seeker", in which Craig plays the baddie. And looks oh so hot. *fans self* I think I'll have to go look for a download after its NZUS premiere on the first November weekend...

Quality isn't overwhelming since it was a Flash file, but they're okay.

This way to the hotness )

*still needs a Craig icon*

ETA: More info about the series at the official website. Including this about Craig Parker's character, Darken Rahl: )


Oct. 16th, 2008 11:00 am
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the Sunday pics (286 of them - many from the improv Mark and Co. did *giggle*) are now online too in my RingCon 2008 Gallery. Now for the report...
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Saturday pics are now also available at my RingCon 2008 Gallery. More to follow when I'm not having cramps anymore. Enjoy, night night!

*goes to prepare hot water bottle*
ourdramaqueen: (lotr frodo manson ttt)
Having some technical problems (not related to my computer, thank goodness) plus That Time Of The Month starting (and zero tolerance for, oh, anything), but at least I have managed to put the Friday pics up at my RingCon 2008 Gallery. Report and rest of the pics including a clip from the Craig video, shhhhh! :) to follow asap, yadda yadda.
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on my balcony - a hawk-moth, to be more precise, a Hummingbird hawk-moth, according to Wikipedia. It was drinking from my Borage plant's flowers for the longest time, during which I took about 80 pictures of it from various angles and directions! They turned out rather well, so here are six of the best. What an amazing, beautiful and elegant creature!

Photos behind the cut )

Right, need to very quickly go wash my hair now since I'll be leaving for RingCon in Bonn tomorrow morning. Will make a goodbye post beforehand; in the meantime have a good night everyone!
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I'm on TORn. :)

My pictures from last night are now up here. Sorry for the blurriness particularly of the after-concert photos - some I just had to include anyway because I liked them for some reason. However the few I took at the signing came out pretty good. :)

I owe hugs and thanks to [livejournal.com profile] ladysunrope and [livejournal.com profile] ismenin for getting me the John Barrowman autobiography - thank you darlings! It arrived on Friday but in the pre-trip chaos I forgot to let you know. I read it all on the trip - I'm certain there were others on the train wondering who that madwoman was who kept giggling and mouthing things to herself, but hey, at least I didn't talk to myself out loud! There certainly are some episodes which I'd love to hear more about... and not just the one of John and Scott in a tree. ;)

Sean love

Feb. 2nd, 2008 12:08 am
ourdramaqueen: (firefly serenity simon serious)
Finally caved and got the S1 DVD set of Ghost Whisperer because Sean Maher is guest starring in one episode. And boooooy does he look good in it! I mean I knew that because I have seen this episode before but watching it in high quality just brings it home even more. *drools* Some screen caps behind the cut. He's so cute and gorgeous and omgsexy - he really should be contractually obliged to only ever wear skin tight wardrobe no matter what project he does! 0% body fat indeed... *whimpermewldrool*

Don't say I didn't warn you! )
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As threatened announced last week, here's a Sandokan picspam, celebrating the hotness that is Kabir Bedi in the title role of this miniseries. Err I'm afraid there's quite a few images (thumbnailed though)... it was difficult to cut down to these 27! :) Remember, this was shot in 1976, so despite digital remastering the quality isn't the highest particularly in wider shots. And these obviously contain some spoilers if you're totally unfamiliar with the miniseries or Emilio Salgari's novel.

More hotness behind this cut )

Also, the actor who played Sir William Fitzgerald reminded me quite a bit of Karl Urban not only in looks but in his intensity... judge for yourself. :)

I present to you the actor Andrea Giordana )
ourdramaqueen: (torchwood captain jack mischief)
Sorry for not posting these yesterday, but I spent a lot of time in bed and the rest very inactive. Could feel much worse but it's still draining. I suck at reports at the best of times so I doubt I'll put together anything detailed, but let it be said that [livejournal.com profile] ladysunrope and I had a lot of fun. Also, this entry would have gone up hours ago if not for Gallery giving me problems when uploading some of the picures. Thank goodness I'm a wily one and found a way around it - despite my brain only functioning partially. I really need to update to the newer version of Gallery, but not now!

I've put the pictures up at this gallery. The first day you can safely skip since it's mostly our hotel room (Omg we were at the Hyatt Regency - yes, a five star hotel, but their price was so ridiculously low that two nights were entirely affordable!) and the view from it, plus our delicious room service dinner: the best Nasi Goreng we ever had (including orgasmic rice and penis-shaped olive bread), and a choice of cheeses for dessert - ack I'm still trying to remember what that blue cheese is called. It was chucking down like mad so we didn't feel like going out, plus it was after 10pm at that point anyway. Second day is some pics of the city (that o_O bubbly building is a Selfridges), plus a few shots I managed to take of John at the stage door, after the panto. He was a darling and very patient, signing for everyone who was there and then posing for pictures.

The panto itself was hilarious, John was on top form and there was that in-joke between him and the audience running through the whole thing - for example he'd wink at the audience and disappear with one of the dancing boys at his palace after the genie made him rich. And the majority of the audience laughed at these bits. Two comedians called The Grumbleweeds played Chinese policemen and had a lot of the in-between scenes taking place at the front of the stage while in the background the set was being redone, and they wore various disguises like Ozzy Osbourne and Ali G, or *giggle* one of them dressed up as Cher - somewhere in between these two outfits - and he had a damn fine set of legs on him too! There were Daleks and lots of little Doctor Who and Torchwood references. In fact the whole thing was so good that [livejournal.com profile] ladysunrope was converted to liking pantos, which she used to hate! Oh and they had some 3D stuff going on whenever the Genie appeared, for which everyone got the obligatory glasses, and the good news is: They didn't make me dizzy. So that's giving me some hope for the eventuality of The Hobbit being shot in 3D.

Last but certainly not least: HAPPY BIRTHDAY [livejournal.com profile] ladysunrope - here's to a wonderful and healthy year! It was lovely to spend this pre-birthday weekend with you - and thank you so much for the lovely meals, in addition to everything else. *huggles*
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Sunday pics from RingCon are finally uploaded - 337 in number! *falls down on sofa*

Probably tomorrow, I'll make a filtered post for those on my flist who were there, containing the more private pics. :)
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227 pics from the Saturday are now online!


Unfortunately it was very difficult to get decent pictures of Andy because he was constantly moving, so most of him are slightly blurry, but there are a couple of decent ones.

Two down, one more to go... :)

PS: I also put up the pictures from the event on 2. September 2007 with John Howe and Alan Lee in St-Ursanne, Switzerland here and from the (Green Street) Hooligans premiere (with a side of Joss Whedon and Nathan Fillion) at the Edinburgh International Film Festival in 2005 here.
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You can find them at http://www.ourdramaqueen.com/gallery/ringcon2007 - I hope you'll enjoy them. I can't help but giggle whenever I see one of the Slashfest pics! *giggle*

Will be out tonight, on short notice, but more to follow tomorrow, I hope. Still need to try and write up some thoughts on the con too!
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which don't strictly have to do with the event itself, nor with the guests there. I did mention perving going on, yes? So these guys were some of the objects of said perving. :) I present to you Hot Camera Guy, Hot Bar Guy, and at the request of [livejournal.com profile] kerrsmith2306, two of the waiters from the 6th floor bar at the Esperanto hotel. :)

This way to the hotness )

Off to bed now - night night and sweet dreams! ;)

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