At MegaCon in February, when Tom was signing a movie poster for Ashley (@MellowMerrin), he made the comment that he didn’t have any of his own movie posters. So…Ashley has spent the last 5 months rounding up posters from every movie that Tom has appeared in.
On Saturday at Chicago Comic Con, we delivered Ashley’s gift to Tom, because she wasn’t able to make the trip. Here is the video of us giving the gift to Tom.
As you can see, Tom really loved it! He wanted to thank her, so we called her. Here is Tom on my phone waiting for her to answer.
As luck would have it, Ashley didn’t answer, so Tom left her a voicemail to thank her for the posters. This is her reaction. (The second message that she listens to is me screaming into her voicemail asking where she was. lol)
It was SO thoughtful of Tom to do this after Ashley spent so much time and energy getting these for him. As you can tell, she’s giddy!
I would imagine that Tom wishes he could thank all of his fans that give him gifts in such a personal way, but it’s just not possible. I’m thankful that we were able to capture this one.
Entertainment Weekley has published a new, scrollable, poster set from the upcoming Hobbit films. The new poster set enables viewers to scroll and zoom in on the detailed action (as pictured below).
We see Martin Freeman as Bilbo Baggins, Hugo Weaving and Cate Blanchett reprising their roles as Elves Elrond and Galadriel, and Ian McKellen is also back as Gandalf the Grey (wonder if he misses the white!). Also notable is Andy Serkis’ form being captured as Gollum sneaking(!) about, and the many new Dwarf characters introduced in the prequel.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is due for release in the USA on December 14, 2012 (December 26 in Australia :C), with The Hobbit: There and Back Again following on December 13, 2013 (again, December 26 in Australia).
As an extra, for all you Tumblrites, an excellent photoset of the huge poster can be found here, created by christophernoland.
CBGB filming on Congress St with Alan Rickman
Alan Rickman filming in Johnson Square on June 27, 2012- Photo courtesy of ConnectSavannah, please credit them if you take share the picture!
Alan Rickman and Donal Logue filming on Gordon St.
Donal Logue leaving the set
Alan Rickman leaving the set.
Daniel Radcliffe in a music video! WOO!
So, Tom Felton fans, you should definitely move to Belgrade.
I ran into him twice in a last few days, and I have no idea what’s he doing here.
lol He’s filming a movie.