Showing posts with label Charles Dance. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Charles Dance. Show all posts

Chivas Regal Presents...

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Okay, you have to watch this Chivas Regal commercial.

My dad drinks this. So does my husband.

But what makes it so suave and super cool is the narrative. It's by Charles Dance.

And it is absolutely PERFECT! I've posted the YouTube link under my Game of Thrones links.


50 Shades of Charles Dance

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Oh. Ma. Gawd.

A few days ago, posted this hilarious clip of actor Charles Dance, also know as the AWESOME Tywin Lannister, reading an excerpt of "50 Shades of Grey" on a British television game show called 'Big Fat Quiz.'

He is illegally sexy.

His voice just oozes sophistication.

OK. I'm off to take a cold shower now! Laters!

PS - "Yeah, that's what I thought..."

Charles Dance & Maisie Williams

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Well, as with all awards shows, the Emmys have put forth suggestions for their nomination ballots.

I BETTER see Charles Dance and Maisie Williams being nominated for Best Actor or Actress or Supporting Actor and Actress.

Yes, for those that have read the books, you know that in a Clash of Kings, they don't actually have personal contact while at Harrenhal, but I have to give credit where credit is due: pairing the debonair Charles Dance with spunky newcomer Maisie Williams was the perfect pairing. It was magic.

It was better then Nutella and bananas. Yes, I said Nutella! I know Charles Dance has been around in many movies, mini-series and plays/theatre productions. He is handsome, sophisticated and magnetic. I will admit, as a woman in her 30s, he is quite the sharp dressed man! I can't picture another English actor in the role of Tywin Lannister. That is a compliment to Charles Dance, because he just oozes leadership and control as Tywin. Right down to that steely glare.

As for Maisie Williams, when she portrays Arya Stark, she is tough, can hold her own against Dance's Tywin Lannister and still manage to maintain her sassy attitude. She portrays a tomboy in the first season, who was forced to grow up, especially after her father was executed. In the second season, we see her using her wit and fencing skills to help get her ahead, while pretending to be a boy. Her lessons with Syrio paid off.

I really want to see these two being rewarded this year for their compelling performances.