Wednesday, June 29, 2011

thursday two questions

1) What would you most probably be wearing if I caught you in the malls?
A frown.  I am not a happy mall shopper.

2) What type of clothing do you mostly wear: jeans, dress, sweats, dress pants, etc?  I am so with you on this one, Self Sagacity!  Comfort is key.  In fact, I've been known to take that a little too far at times (see the post just before this one where I forgot I wasn't wearing my bra).  Oh - the answer is sweats!

Oh, duh - I'm supposed to ask my own two questions - it helps to read things thoroughly sometimes...

1.  I just saw X Men: First Class today.  Yes, I know that's a statement.  The question is, did you know this fact about James McAvoy (Professor X)?  "While filming The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005), Georgie Henley never saw McAvoy in his Mr. Tumnus costume before filming their scenes together.  Henley's scared reaction upon seeing McAvoy is genuine surprise."  It's a fact because I read it on the internet here.

2.  Could we please have more Michael Fassbender (Magneto) on screen soon?  Pretty please??


  1. Not sure if I can help you with this. :-) Thanks so much for your visit and kind comments. Take care and God bless.

  2. 1) I had no idea. Love both movies and wow, that would be something and actor usually have a problem with.
    2) I don't know names well...I would have to do a search on #2. :-)

  3. 1. I don't think I knew that particular thing about Georgie & James, but I did read before the movie came out that she hadn't seen the set at all before that moment, so her reaction to everything is genuine.

    2. I couldn't possibly comment.

  4. 1) No idea. Very cool though!
    2) Hmm, with Self Sagacity on this one!

  5. Aaaaand I'm back... so, when Narnia #1 came out, I read pretty much article/interview/whatever that came out because I was intensely interested. Georgie Henley was around seven when she made that movie, right? Maybe a little older. Anyway, the director gave all 4 kids mp3 players as thank-you gifts on the last day of shooting, and she used her manners, said thank you, etc. Once he was out of earshot, she asked her mum, "What is this?" I think that's one of the cutest things I've ever read about a child actor.

  6. While I'm always a little leery of what I read on the internet I would say this is very possibly true. Directors like to get reactions out of the actors and that would have been a good way to do so.

    I like the character of Magneto, it would be nice to see him on screen more.

  7. That is very interesting about the movie. I love Narnia!

    And I'm so clueless on who Michael is.