ha! cara thats unreal, blond hair, blue eyes and in my twenties. if that was a guess then it's seriously impressive. to be honest the only cara i know was a girl i went to school with when i was about 6 or 7. do you actually think you know me? seriously coz you are weirding me out a bit...
Loc: St Albans, England
Originally posted by Lisa Shea: Well, we're only a few months away from shooting now, so we should make our hotel reservations to be on site.
I thought they hod booked to shoot at Roslin. But coming when the movie is shooting is not a good idea, as the location will be closed and all the hotels will jack up their priced and be booked with crew. Best to come just after to get the inside story of the filming from the guides.
Hey Niall, sorry for weirding ya out but maybe i mistook u for someone else. The DVC debate got a little too personal at times. I didnt take too kindly to the remarks about u knowing someone once called Cara who was fat as i am not altogether comfortable with my body size. But at least we are united in an interest in DVC. At last something for Dan Brown to be proud of Do you also have an irrational fear of men in green jackets?
an irrational fear of men in green jackets? no. no i don't think i do. i'm still wreckin my head bout who you could be, but that chubby little seven yr old is the only cara i know, god bless her heart. time for me to ask you summat... do you go to TCD as well?
What do ya mean "do you go to TCD as well?" As well as who? Cos i know you dont go there. Sorry bout the irrational fear thing but it was a dig cos u wear a green jacket, dont ya? Again apologies if im weirding ya out but just tryin to make sure i havnt got ya confused with some one else.
Loc: brisbane, australia
i too have just read the book...purchased on sat arvo...stayed up til 3.30 am to finish it. i guess the reason i enjoyed it so much was that like some of my other favorite flicks(stargate, the abyss, contact) the da vinci code takes alot of supposed well known historical facts and throws a spanner in the works of them. though i enjoyed it immensley, i find it a little stretched to think we've all been severely deceived for over 2 thousand years! p.s.as for the up coming movie- my choice for Langdon is the ever adaptable Pierce Brosnan, sophie played by Julianne Moore(the red hair is a give away), Sir Anthony Hopkins as Teabing, Gerard Depardiu as Fache and the actor who plays Gandalf in LOTR as Sauniere.what do you all think?
Originally posted by charshow: that's the talent of a top flight actor. To express their internal thoughts with a gesture, a look etc. If you study some of the greatest celluloid performances, you get a whole internal monologue, writ large on the screen without a single word being spoken.
Apparently Ron Howard thinks that Tom Hanks can do this well. Here's a quote, taken from the Hollywood Reporter, that I found on the movies.com site:[http://movies.go.com/moviesdynamic/movies/movie?id=635349]
"11/15/04 "Tom is an exciting actor to watch thinking."
"The secret of success is constancy to purpose" - Benjamin Disraeli.