character:richard armitage

Lucas North (spooks season 7 & 8) - Change my life - music video

for @deepestfirefun, hope you like what I did. There will be another one for season 9 because there is no way to put everything into three minutes of song time.

Also: I know it’s not HQ but this is the files I have to work with. So fullscreen is not recommended ;)

@fizzy-custard, @patanghill17, @hannibatchsmuse, @xxbyimm @wardenparker 

Richard Armitage Music Video Masterpost

Will be updated whenever necessary
Update 1:  Lucas North - Change my life



Lucas North - spooks (season 7 & 8)
song: Ashes Remain - Change my life


Trevor Price - Berlin Station season 2 ep 1-5
song: Royal Deluxe - I’m a wanted man


Daniel Miller - Berlin Station season 1
song: Jack Savoretti - Killing man


Thorin Oakenshield - The Hobbit - an unexpected journey
song: The script - Flares


Raymond de Merville - Pilgrimage
song: Jace Everett - God made you mean

@ncfan-1 reblogged your post: “ncfan-1: A concept: Richard Armitage as Sandor Clegane…”

Looks like those screenshots are from when he played Guy of Gisborne, too (Probably the most appropriate, considering Guy’s fucked up in somewhat similar ways to Sandor).

(added a third gif btw.) I keep meaning to watch that show, lol_meme back in the day was so into it, everyone tells me it’d murder me with my favorite tropes, and I mean I see gifsets like this and I just die, but somehow I’ve never gotten around to it. One of these days…

@magalimoons​ replied:

#i’d use #altho still too old given sandor’s at most 30 at the start of the books lol

Hey, RA was only about 35-38 during the filming of the BBC Robin Hood, y’know. Still a bit old for Sandor’s 27-30 during the books, but for visual adaptation that difference barely matters, especially when it’s hot-as-hell Richard Armitage for goodness sake. ;)

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      “No!” said he, “I put it to the touch once, and I lost it all. Let her go, — with her stony heart, and her beauty; — how set and terrible her look is now, for all her loveliness of feature! She is afraid I shall speak what will require some stern repression. Let her go. Beauty and heiress as she may be, she will find it hard to meet with a truer heart than mine. Let her go!
     And there was no tone of regret, or emotion of any kind in the voice with which he said good-bye; and the offered hand was taken with a resolute calmness, and dropped as carelessly as if it had been a dead and withered flower.