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« Reply #1500 on: April 08, 2007, 04:47:24 pm »

thanx those pics are gorg, orlando is a sexy dude
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« Reply #1501 on: April 24, 2007, 08:47:32 pm »

Detail magazine:
       

Elle magazine:




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(all pictures were cleaned/stretched to hi-res by Nazgul88 at the OrlandoLove forums)
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« Reply #1502 on: April 25, 2007, 08:49:15 pm »


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I love this pic SO MUCH! It's so beautiful... congrats to the photographers to have such an amazing idea, because Orlando + rain = beauty.

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« Reply #1503 on: April 25, 2007, 09:55:29 pm »

oh cami, agreeeed. i like the last one i posted best. so beautiful! 
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« Reply #1504 on: April 27, 2007, 11:22:16 pm »

double post.  i just wanted to make sure everyone saw these because they are GORGEOUS!

from Gotham magazine, found at OL.

     

i don't know about you guys, but i'm so happy he's doing photoshoots again. those paparazzi pictures can only do so much...
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Quote from: Moonlit Sky on April 27, 2007, 11:22:16 pm   

i don't know about you guys, but i'm so happy he's doing photoshoots again. those paparazzi pictures can only do so much...

Ooooowww yeah, good to see Lando in so many different magazines again!
I only wish he wouldn't be frowning so freaking much... =/

But assome people said, it may be because he's going for a more serious man, so the photoshoot have to be more serious too... oh well, as long as he's happy.

And talking about happy, has anyone read his recent interviews?
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Quote from: Moonlit Sky on March 19, 2007, 08:56:23 pm   

mmm hot stuff.  yeah, that sounds about right.
(ps, jess, i havent talked to you in forever! how have you been?)


found some more pictures. definitely some of the weirdest pictures Orlando has ever taken. i've read a lot of people comparing them to Johnny's style, and i can't say i dont disagree (just look at the hair! shew).



he looks JUST LIKE johnny in the bottom left and top right. that's crazy. lolol.

(ps, i've been doing okay. finals gettin' to me. lolol. but i'm almost out of school now! yay.)
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« Reply #1507 on: May 09, 2007, 05:07:23 pm »

Oh my goodness!  These pics are beautiful!  Especially the ones up there with his short hair.  God I love that look.
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« Reply #1508 on: May 11, 2007, 08:01:18 pm »

Okay, so I know this is a picture thread, but has anyone read this:

BLOOM TO MAKE LONDON STAGE DEBUT
'Pirates' star to headline 'In Celebration'

LONDON Orlando Bloom will make his West End debut in veteran Brit playwright David Storey's 1969 drama "In Celebration." The play, a Chekhovian-style ensemble drama about three brothers returning home for their parents' 40th wedding anniversary, will be directed by Anna Mackmin and produced by Sonia Friedman.
Dates and theater are still subject to confirmation but the most likely venue is the 380-seat Trafalgar Studios for a July opening. No further casting has yet been confirmed.

Bloom has been eyeing legit projects for some time. He is keen to be part of an stage ensemble having worked exclusively on screen since being cast in the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy almost immediately on leaving London's Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 1999.

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More about the play itself:

STAGE: 'IN CELEBRATION' BY DAVID STOREY OPENS

''WHAT do you do with this feeling of disfigurement?'' asks a son in David Storey's play, ''In Celebration.'' The disfigurement to which the young man refers is that which parents can inflict, however innocently, upon their children. The question may be an eternal one - as eternal as Ibsenesque family dramas like ''In Celebration'' - but it is not asked or answered rhetorically by Mr. Storey. Though it takes a while to get there, his play leaves us with bruising images of adult children gasping to escape the crippling psychological stranglehold of Mom and Dad.

Mr. Storey wrote ''In Celebration'' early in his career - after the novel and film ''This Sporting Life'' but before his plays ''The Changing Room'' and ''Home.'' The Manhattan Theater Club's production - at the company's new second home downstairs at City Center - has been staged by Lindsay Anderson, who directed both the 1969 London premiere of ''In Celebration'' at the Royal Court and the 1975 screen version starring Alan Bates. At the M.T.C., Mr. Anderson has assembled an assured cast, led with bristling authority by his frequent film collaborator, Malcolm McDowell. The actors can't quite camouflage Mr. Storey's prosaic and humorless exposition, which accounts for the sleepy first act, but they strike hard once the characters reach the tense, alcohol-fueled climax of their long day's journey into night.

''In Celebration'' recounts a 24- hour reunion that occurs when three sons return to their Yorkshire row house to celebrate their parents' 40th wedding anniversary. The pixieish father (Robert Symonds), a coal miner nearing retirement, and the striving mother (Pauline Flanagan) had raised their boys to achieve ''higher things.'' But, as we soon learn, the sons have escaped the proletariat for the professional class only to drift into terminal alienation.

Though the father takes pride in his menial work, his children regard their own loftier careers as ''at the best a pastime, at the worst a sort of souless stirring of the pot.'' The angriest son, Andrew (Mr. McDowell), has thrown away his university legal training to become a cynical dilettante in abstract painting. Steven (Frank Grimes) is a once-promising writer who has just abandoned seven years of blocked effort on a single book. Colin (John C. Vennema), an automobile-factory labor negotiator and nominally the family's success story, is really just an empty suit, passionlessly enacting the rituals of the good life.

To explain how the sons ended up as they did - and how the parents unwittingly sealed their doom in childhood - Mr. Storey inevitably has to expose the family's darkest secrets, some of them contrived. Like angry English dramatists of the previous generation, the author also inveighs heavily against the empty values enshrined by bourgeois respectability. In his later plays, Mr. Storey has achieved a more documentary form of realism, devoid of the kitchen-sink commonplaces that pockmark ''In Celebration.'' Even here, however, his writing, if not his dramaturgy, is pungently authentic.

The play becomes unsettling once the sons must decide what to do with their pent-up bitterness. If Andrew wants to get revenge on his parents, Steven would rather destroy himself than reopen old wounds. Colin, the peacemaker, chooses to repress the past entirely. Yet Mr. Storey seems to be saying that none of these approaches is satisfactory. ''In Celebration'' ends with a Chekhovian vision of a family forever locked into the changeless cycle of its sad history.

In his staging, Mr. Anderson emphasizes the isolation of the characters. As the sons and parents circle each other in supposed celebration, they seem trapped in solitary cells of existence; there's little rapport or physical contact. Fittingly, the living room they inhabit is also a cell: As designed by John Lee Beatty and lighted by Dennis Parichy, it is a bleached-out, anonymous place suggesting the nothingness of the Northern England landscape outside.

The cast usually finds sharp details that enliven the writing's bleak palette. Mr. Grimes' blocked writer has the consumptive pallor and burning anguish of O'Neill's Edmond Tyrone, and Mr. Symonds's wheezing, well- meaning father seems both heroic and pathetic as he somewhat fondly reminisces about his half-century of drudgery in a 13-inch-high crevice beneath the earth. As the catalytic Andrew, Mr. McDowell anxiously jiggles the coins in his pocket, delivers his lines with sarcastic venom and constantly seems about to gore the parents he blames for everything that's gone wrong.

Even so, when the moment of truth finally comes, Andrew can't quite bring himself to settle the old scores: He freezes instead of exploding. While many family plays end with cathartic confrontations, ''In Celebration'' achieves its distinct chill by dramatizing feelings that are well beyond a playwright's power to resolve.


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And oh well, since we gotta post pics:





(Personal opinion about the play thing: OMGYAY!!!!!)
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« Reply #1509 on: May 12, 2007, 01:26:50 pm »


Quote from: Cam Miss Bloom on January 24, 2007, 11:30:42 am   

Holy f*ck, he looks edible in here. I mean, more than he normally does (click for bigger) *melts*:

   

   

   



Thanks OLove for the pics!

Can someone please give me a link to a site with this pictures?
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« Reply #1510 on: May 13, 2007, 04:19:23 pm »

yayyy! thanks for all the info, Cami!! i'm so excited for him...i would kill to see that play. 

great pictures too. the one of Elizabeth and Will is delicious. love the bandana, and the new red shirt/leather vest combo is really working for me too....i think i'm going to like this movie. 

Frodo and Elijah Forever, check OrlandoLove. i don't know specifically where they are (probably the paparazzi section), but i know they are there somewhere. 
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« Reply #1511 on: May 18, 2007, 10:04:09 pm »

Pirates photocall! from OrlandoLove. clickable. 

       


a;dkfjad;lkjd. beautiful.
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Quote from: Moonlit Sky on May 18, 2007, 10:04:09 pm   

Pirates photocall! from OrlandoLove. clickable. 

       


a;dkfjad;lkjd. beautiful.
I saw them all some days ago, but not the fourth one. He looks beeeeeeeautiful in all of those, though! I love the way he looks in there... makes me wanna sit on his lap... or something. XDDDDDD

Thanks for the pics, babe! *hugs*
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« Reply #1513 on: June 09, 2007, 04:23:15 pm »

Photo preview for 'In Celebration'.

 

and a promotional poster
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« Reply #1514 on: June 10, 2007, 02:01:05 pm »

He looks awesome in those pictures as always. I think this is a very interesting turn in his career. I hope he will succeed.

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