I’m finally getting ’round to catching up on my reading of TORn and have discovered Larry D. Curtis (aka MrCere) is an embed on the set of ‘The Hobbit.’ Something ugly flickered in the middle of my being. It was a foreign feeling. One I’ve only felt perhaps two or three times in my life, but one I hope never to experience again, or I may not be responsible for my actions.
From the looks of things here, it might seem I’m jealous of MrCere meeting the cast and in particular, you know who. Nope. But I would be lying if I said I didn’t want to watch him work! I would love to do that — much more than meet him. C’mon what would I say to him or he would say to me that I couldn’t completely predict? I could write that script. Boring.
But to watch him work?! And the rest of the cast? And Peter Jackson?!! That would be something wonderful. A fantasy! Yes, I’ve had others — mainly where I cook and he talks, but this is my ultimate fantasy of an encounter with Richard Armitage, and Larry’s tweet has inflamed my envy:
There is a deep pleasure in observing passionate people at the top of their game (and I don't mean sports, although that applies too.)—
Larry D. Curtis (@MrLDC) April 17, 2012
To hell with sports. No, I don’t mean that but mean it for the moment. :D
I would so love to be a fly on the wall. Yes, I can see it. Me up there:
And maybe a little less obvious:
Looking down on all that creativity!
But then I suppose I would actually need to stand on one of these:
Can a fly really hang out on one those?
Wondering how Larry Curtis feels about now. Fly or Goat?
We are awaiting your report(s). Yes, it is a royal we. When you have as many personas (personae?) as I do, you can become royal too.
One of Richard’s fans who may become a boom, a boulder or a horse in the near future. ;-)
P.S. Of course you rate a fake fan letter. *looks coyly*
Screencaps of Hobbit Set vlog from my stash.