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I’ve finally finished Richard’s work in GAME OF THRONES as our Young Wolf and King in the North, Robb Stark. I might have some stragglers as far as the BluRay extras are concerned. As I get those I’ll post but as for now, this is it. Included are screencaps from all episodes Richard appeared, plus stills, posters and also the season three soundtrack. I also included the season three finale of Myhsa as it was the last time we saw “Robb” in the Grey Wind/Robb creation. I also included a few screenshots of the burning Stark banner as the final view of the Starks that wouldn’t reclaim their house and banner including Winterfell until season six’s Battle of the Bastards.



Here are the screencaps, stills and one poster from Richard’s new Amazon original series OASIS where Richard plays the part of a priest by the name of Peter Leigh. I have to say after having watched the first episode the pilot, if it goes to series, looks very interesting. It has smatterings of a lot of elements including Steven Soderbergh’s Solaris, Darren Aronofsky’s The Fountain, Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, Peter Hyams’ Outland and Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner. The series comes from the sci-fi novel The Book Of Strange New Things written by Michael Faber. I’ve read one of Faber’s other novels called Under The Skin in which a film of the same name starred Scarlet Johansson and directed by Jonathan Glazer. I liked the pilot, Richard aside of course. Ironically one of Richard’s co-stars in this was none other than Mark Addy who played King Robert Baratheon in GAME OF THRONES. Would it be too much to ask for Sean Bean or Oona Chaplin to show up in future episodes? That is if there are going to be future episodes. One thing if you were able to catch the show, drop a line to Amazon to let them know you want to see more of the show. You can do so at Amazon.com/pilotseason and let them know you loved the show and Richard.



I thought I’d go live with the new layout I’ve created since I’ll be working on the gallery next. I was thinking of getting this up for Richard’s birthday on the 18th of June, but since it’s done I thought now is better than any. So I hope you like the new layout. I’m also in the process of getting a press section up and running, plus a ton of new scans up in the gallery. I also have Richard’s final season of GAME OF THRONES as Robb Stark. I’m also working on OASIS, MEDICI: MASTERS OF FLORENCE, and BASTILLE DAY, so a ton of things going on right now. Keep yer peepers posted on this space.



Finally some promotional work from the series. Here we have a poster of Richard as Cosimo Di Medici, with Dustin Hoffman playing his father, Giovanni. Enjoy. I know I did.

  • [001] POSTERS: MEDICI: MASTERS OF FLORENCE



I know updates have been few and far between, but I’ve had a ton of computer problems I’ve had to deal with as well as some personal issues that I’ve had to get ironed out. Hopefully both are finally done…. I have two new events added to the gallery. The first is Richard attending an event thrown by his BASTILLE DAY co-star Idris Elba. The second is the premiere of Richard’s new show MEDICI that looks like it might be going by another title. I’ll have to check on that and then update throughout the site as I need to. Anyway, lots of Richard to keep your eyes satiated.

  • [004] EVENT IMAGES: 08/14/2016 – Idris Elba Superdry Launch New Boxpark Retail Space
  • [033] EVENT IMAGES: 10/14/2016 – “I Medici” Red Carpet In Florece

   
    



New scans added to the gallery. This time an interview with Richard and his BASTILLE DAY co-star Idris Elba. I’ll copy below Richard’s part of the interview where he’s asked by TF about the film and about GAME OF THRONES.

  • [002] SCANS: TOTAL FILM MAY 2016

 

RICHARD MADDEN :: The Thrones star talks stunts, working with Idris Elba and training to be a pickpocket

How did you prepare to play a thief?
I practised a lot because we tried to make it all as believable as possible. I said to James [Watkins, director] when we first met: “It can’t just be magic. Anything I steal in the movie, any sleight of hand things I do, I want to actually do it.”

Describe your character…
He’s a street rat, a lone wolf type, but he’s got a wit and a comedy and a fastness about him. The character you see 10 scenes deep into the film is a very different to when you first see him. And then, 30 scenes into the film, you’re seeing someone different again.

How did you cope with the action scenes?
I did a lot of training. For about six weeks I’d go to a big studio in Ealing, and every day there’d be platforms 15 feet high on different levels and I’d be chased on them. So I’d be jumping, running, swinging, diving under things, kicking down things, punching people…

How has it been working with Idris?
On the first few days on set, we were doing a scene in a car and I just started to fuck about, improvising between takes, and then I’m improvising during the takes and we started to have this really great rapport. We finished that and thought, “If the film’s like this, then we could have something really good on our hands”.

How does this differ from your previous roles?
It’s good to be out of period clothes. It’s really good to not be on a horse. It’s really great to just be playing a modern part. It’s much harder to improvise with period language. When it’s modern, we can play and we’re constantly working to try to make it really interesting. ML



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