sept 2008

The Evolution of Nicholas Hoult

Nicholas Hoult Through the Years

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Nicholas Hoult with costars Hugh Grant and Victoria Smurfit at the London premiere of About a Boy in April 14, 2002.

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Toni Collette and Nicholas Hoult at the Tribeca Film Festival after a screening party for About a Boy on May 8, 2002.

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Nicolas Hoult at the Johnny English: A Touch Of Weevil premiere in London on April 6, 2003.

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Nicholas Hoult at the London premiere of Kangaroo Jack on May 8, 2003.

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Hope Davis and Nicholas Hoult at the The Weather Man after-party in New York on Oct. 24, 2005.

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Miranda Richardson and Nicholas Hoult at the Wah Wah UK premiere on May 30, 2006.

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Nicholas Hoult arrives at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in London on June 5, 2007.

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Nicholas Hoult and Hannah Murray at a Skins photocall on April 16, 2007.

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Kelly Brook and Nicholas Hoult at the Glamour Women Of The Year Awards in London on June 5, 2007.

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Costars Joseph Dempsie, April Pearson, Nicholas Hoult, Mike Bailey, Larissa Wilson, Hannah Murray, and Kaya Scodelario at a Channel 4/ E4 party for Skins in Bristol on August 2, 2007.

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Nicholas Hoult and Kelly Brook attend the Elle Style Awards in London on Feb. 12, 2008.

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Nicholas Hoult at the Jack The Ripper Experience launch party in London on April 6, 2008.

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Nicholas Hoult and Rosanna Hoult at the UK film premiere of Adulthood on June 17, 2008.

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Nicholas Hoult at The Vodafone Live Music Awards on Sept. 18, 2008.

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Dev Patel and Nick Hoult at the London Critics’ Circle Film Awards in London on Feb. 4, 2009.

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Nicholas Hoult and Lauren Budd attend the Elle Style Awards after-party in London on Feb. 9, 2009.

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Ciara Janson and Nicholas Hoult rehearse a scene from New Boy at London’s Trafalgar Studios on March 18, 2009.

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Nicholas Hoult attends the GQ Men Of The Year Awards at The Royal Opera House in London on Sept. 7, 2010.

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Nicholas Hoult at the TAG Heuer 150th Anniversary party in London on Sept. 15, 2010.

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Nicholas Hoult and Jennifer Lawrence attend a cocktail reception at the Amber Lounge Fashion Show in Monaco on May 25, 2012.

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Nicholas Hoult attends the Warm Bodies photocall in Rome, Italy on Jan. 16, 2013.

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Nicholas Hoult attends the photocall for Warm Bodies at London’s Soho Hotel on Jan. 18, 2013.

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Peter Dinklage, Jennifer Lawrence, and Nicholas Hoult at the 20th Century Fox panel during Comic-Con in San Diego on July 20, 2013.

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Nicholas Hoult attends the Mad Max: Fury Road premiere at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood on May 7, 2015.

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Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, and Nicholas Hoult pose during a photocall for Mad Max: Fury Road during the 68th Cannes Film Festival on May 14, 2015.

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Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult arrive for the screening of Equals at the 72nd Venice International Film Festival on Sept. 5, 2015.

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Nicholas Hoult at the Los Angeles premiere of Equals in Hollywood on July 7, 2016.

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Nicholas Hoult attends the Giffoni Film Festival photocall in Italy on July 22, 2016.

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Nicholas Hoult attends the Rebel In The Rye premiere in Park City, Utah on Jan. 24, 2017.

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Nicholas Hoult attends the Get Out special screening at London’s Soho Hotel on March 13, 2017.

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Cradle of Destiny / MEIKO

shu-tP / Sept 4, 2008

do u think the ppl that harassed taemin in high school have ever run into him afterwards and been like “omg hey man it’s been so long how’ve u been i’m a huge fan now ur such a good dancer! remember me?” and taemin’s just like

“yeah aren’t u the guy from japanese class who threw an eraser at me and called me ugly at 8:43 am on wednesday sept 17th 2008″

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Today is our 11th anniversary! While we no longer see each other every month at M Bar or Largo, the friendships made through the Thrilling Adventure Hour will last our lifetimes. Indeed, doing this show regularly was the time of our lives.

We miss each other, and we miss all of you Adventurekateers. We love seeing everyone at our occasional shows, so thanks for supporting us for so long and for continuing to do so.

Here are a bunch of photos from our first years, 2005-2010 (by Jonathan Reilly), at M Bar and from our final show at Largo, April 2015 (by Maarten DeBoer).

Yuri Lowenthal and Michael Sinterniklaas played Sparks and Croach’s kids in a non-canonical final Sparks arc. Here’s Yuri at our final show:

These cute dudes:

Musicians Jonathan Dinerstein and Becky Ward look exactly the same.

Our pals Common Rotation and Dan Bern used to play after our show for an entire evening of mad fun.

Marc Evan Jackson would usually “help” their show.

Jordan “The Brass” Katz was 1/3 of Common Rotation and continues to be part of the TAH family:

Founding WJ Players Mark Gagliardi and Dave Gruber Allen with our very first guest star, Back to the Future’s Tom Wilson. This would have been July or August 2005:

Kevin Pollak and Kirsten Vangsness were also early guests. This was Sept 2008.

And here’s KV at our final show:

These guys created the show.

The years took their toll. Here are Acker & Blacker are at the final show:

Kate Micucci and Riki Lindhome performed one of their first shows together as Garfunkel & Oates after a TAH show:

We were lucky enough to have them in our final show too:

Fourth anniversary, 2009. Probably Felton, right?

Look what we did to Craig. This is him at the final show:

And of course, some things never change:

Please check back over the next week, as we’ll be posting even more from the final show and some favorite photos from our past 11 years. Happy anniversary!

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2007 - Present

The progress of my SS art loll. The first one was done by mouse cause I didn’t have a tablet yet. Later that year during Christmas, I finally got a tablet! Then, few months ago I got a Cintiq, which is what I drew the latest one on. Bless Cintiqs~ My style keeps changing.. And you can tell that I hate coloring, right?

There was like.. a point where there was no drawings of SS whatsoever cause that’s when I stopped caring about Naruto lol.. OTL

I wasn’t gonna put the two traditionally drawn fanarts in here cause I just wanted to include the digital works, but I colored the one in Sept. 2008 on Photoshop so it kinda counts? Lol. Also the one in 2011.. I really like it so.. -flails arms-

Full view to see the dates if you want~

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The Las Vegas Christines

If I’ve managed to keep a correct list over all the Christines in Las Vegas, there was 9 in total. The Las Vegas production started with two principals, due to 10 performances a week. Eventually they started doing 8 performances a week, and introduced the usual principal/alternate split. In addition there were several understudies and some vacation covers.

  • Elizabeth Loyacano (principal 2006-08)
  • Sierra Boggess (principal 2006-07)
  • Kristen Hertzenberg (u/s 2006, alt. Aug. 2007 to 2012, away from June 2008-09, + Sept-Nov. 2011) 
  • Kristi Holden (principal 2007-12)
  • Sarah Elizabeth Combs (u/s 2006-12)
  • Amanda Huddleston (u/s 2006-07, alt. June 2008-09, u/s 2009-12)
  • Sarah Galbraith (Aug. 2007 - May 2008)
  • Bonnie Fraser (u/s June 2008 to Nov. 2008) 
  • Sarah Lawrence (u/s Dec. 2008 to Feb. 2009)

Of these, at least four of them also played Christine in other productions: Elizabeth Loyacano on Broadway, Sierra Boggess on Broadway and the RAH concert, Kristi Holden in the World Tour, and Sarah Lawrence in the US Tour.

ETA: so I forgot about Erin Stewart and Megan Starr Levitt!

ONE LAST TIME

CH-53 Pave Low helicopters prepare to take off for their final combat mission on Sept. 27, 2008, in Iraq. The CH-53, the largest and most technologically advanced helicopter in the Air Force with a record dating back to the Vietnam War, was retired from the Air Force inventory on Sept. 30, 2008.
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“Supernatural” Chess Set

Presented to Jared Padalecki
By Sandra Echeverri
At EyeCon, Sept 2008.

This set was created, completely custom made, and based it on “Supernatural”
This is an original set design and created by Sandra Echeverri and Jim Arnold. The idea of this set came to me one day while talking to a friend of mine and I was not able to let it be just an idea in paper, so I decided to make it a reality and here is the final product. I hope you like and enjoy it specially because is my way to thank you for all your hard work and because thanks to you and “Supernatural” I was able to get through some of the most difficult times in my life.

Contents
2 kings (1 Black, 1 White) 4 Rooks (2 Black, 2 White) 2 Queens (1 Black, 1 White) 16 Pawns (8 Black, 8 White 4 Bishops (2 Black, 2 White) 1 Chessboard 4 Knights (2 Black, 2 White) 1 Instruction Sheet

The light pieces represent the good side and the dark pieces represent the evil side.


The Good side: The Evil side:
King – Sam Winchester King - Azazel (YED)
Queen – Dean Winchester Queen - Lilith
Bishops – John Winchester and Bobby Singer Bishops – Hookman and Scarecrow
Knights – The Colt Knights – Hellhounds
Rooks – The Impala Rooks – Devil’s gate Pawns – Rock Salt Pawns – Fire Flames


The pieces for this set were carved in maple for the Good side, and walnut for the Evil side; the sizes of the pieces are:
Kings – base 2” square by 6.5” tall
Queens – base 2” square by 6” tall
Bishops – base 2” square by 5.5” tall
Knights – base 2” square by 4.5” tall
Rooks – base 2” square by 3.5” to 4” tall
Pawns – base 1.75” square by 3”tal


The Chessboard

The board was design and created by me, the design comes from the tattoos that Sam and Dean have of the pentagram that protects them from demonic possession.

The background painting is done on oil paint; the board is Plexiglas with the squares painted on with frosting paint, and the frame is made of mahogany wood. The size of the chessboard is 24” square, and the squares of the board are 2.5” x 2.5” each.

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