Anyone out there a Sopranos fan? Corey Stoll (aka Sandy Bachman in season 4) is in the cast of the prequel movie “The Many Saints of Newark”. Set for a 2020 release. Just makin’ conversation.

He also just got cast in the new West Side Story movie! 

Alongside Brian d’Arcy James, who I thought was cast in Homeland last season, but it turned out it was just James d’Arcy. Who at SAG let that happen?

findmyrupertfriend: At Eternity’s Gate ↳ “So …

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At Eternity’s Gate 
 “So well, I’d like to die like this.”

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Number One Magazine

Benjo Arwas, photographer

That big, beautiful hand! 😍

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Number One Magazine Volume 1

Benjo Arwas, photographer

Can’t wait to get the magazine

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DO YOU SEE WHAT I SEE?!?!

BOOTS ✔️

POSTURE ✔️

HAIR ✔️

We think it looks like our boy on the Strange Angel set! What do you think??

I spy with my little eye…

findmyrupertfriend: Happy National Awkward Mo…

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Happy National Awkward Moments Day! 

Even Rupert’s awkward moments are beautiful ❤

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 🍀

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! St. Patrick’s Day, when Irish Americans parade and party, and non-Irish use the day as an excuse to get drunk because, well, why not? Celebrating my mostly Irish heritage made me think of Quinn (because everything makes me think of Quinn) which inevitably lead to a very important question… is Quinn Irish?

Quinn is an Irish surname. It’s believed to be from the Gaelic ‘Ó’Cuinn’ (descendants of Conn) meaning ‘wisdom’ or ‘chief’. God that fits him perfectly. Wisdom indeed!

There are other signs that point to Quinn being of Irish descent. While we don’t actually know if Quinn was his real last name, he clearly had some sort of Catholic upbringing or influence. Quinn does the “sign of the cross” going into the church for Sandy Bachman’s funeral.

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And of course, we’re all aware of his love for whiskey, specifically, Irish whiskey. 

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I like the idea of Quinn celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with some buddies in a bar. He’s drinking beers and having fun, cursing a ton, even more than he usually does and making his stories last much longer than they should — the true Irish way.

Whatever his heritage, Peter Quinn is the finest damn man on the planet. Please enjoy some pics of him wearing green — sláinte!

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Also, those fingers! 

HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY!!

Perfect way to celebrate St Patricks

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 🍀

findmyrupertfriend:

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! St. Patrick’s Day, when Irish Americans parade and party, and non-Irish use the day as an excuse to get drunk because, well, why not? Celebrating my mostly Irish heritage made me think of Quinn (because everything makes me think of Quinn) which inevitably lead to a very important question… is Quinn Irish?

Quinn is an Irish surname. It’s believed to be from the Gaelic ‘Ó’Cuinn’ (descendants of Conn) meaning ‘wisdom’ or ‘chief’. God that fits him perfectly. Wisdom indeed!

There are other signs that point to Quinn being of Irish descent. While we don’t actually know if Quinn was his real last name, he clearly had some sort of Catholic upbringing or influence. Quinn does the “sign of the cross” going into the church for Sandy Bachman’s funeral.

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And of course, we’re all aware of his love for whiskey, specifically, Irish whiskey. 

image

I like the idea of Quinn celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with some buddies in a bar. He’s drinking beers and having fun, cursing a ton, even more than he usually does and making his stories last much longer than they should — the true Irish way.

Whatever his heritage, Peter Quinn is the finest damn man on the planet. Please enjoy some pics of him wearing green — sláinte!

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Also, those fingers! 

HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY!!

michonnegrimes: For years I had hated anyone …

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For years I had hated anyone that got between Donna and Josh, obviously, because that’s the point of the show: this fabulously unconsummated relationship that eeks out for years and years and years. So to be one of those people, those hateable people… That’s another thing that I remember is that I’d already been in, I think, the first of the Harry Potters. I’d already been in Chamber of Secrets, so although I was on West Wing, clearly benign and grinning like a psychotic person, but nonetheless playing a character – so many people thought that I had planted the bomb. I can’t tell you the number of people. There wasn’t Twitter in those days, but somehow I got the feedback that lots of people knew that it had to be me because I’m a Death Eater. (…) I wanted to be in the show as much as possible, but I as a huge fan of Josh and Donna I thought, “Get me out of here!” Jason Isaacs