And the Irish News shares many lovely pictures – amazing set and costumes!
For more pictures, please visit THE IRISH NEWS!
More in THE BELFAST TELEGRAPH.
Excellent news: make sure you’ll catch Damian O’Hare in “Mrs Brown’s Boys: D’Movie”, where he’ll play Henry, an old flame of Cathy’s who turns up at the Brown’s household and causes a lot of trouble. But no worries, mam will sort him out!
“Mrs Brown’s Boys: D’Movie” will open nationwide on 27 June. Don’t miss this masterpiece of existentialist movie-making!
Oh well – if something is too good to be true, it probably isn’t!
Screencrush wants you to see the “Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl” cast then and now, which is totally not the same as “where are they now”. I’m very pleased to see that Lt. Gillette is listed as well (after Ragetti and before Mr. Gibbs!)
In completely unrelated news, Renee from Kentucky mailed:
Phew. No, it’s not him.
Any other doppelgängers you know of? Keep me posted.
On 12 August 2012, it will be five years that we provide the world with information on Irish actor Damian O’Hare’s work. Which just goes to show that ideas conceived at 3am after a pub crawl don’t necessarily have to be bad (though we’re glad we didn’t go for calling the site “D’Oh!”)
Running such a website is only fun if the fans to go with it don’t take things seriously, and luckily, that’s the case with ambarussa.net. Thanks a lot to all of you who contributed to the website, for mailing news, making screencaps and all the silly discussions.
(I still think “Dr. Burnett carrying kittens in a basket to safety from a burning house while single-handedly rescuing 30 girlscouts/nuns/vicars from a bus stuck in a ditch” would have made an awesome episode for “The Royal”!)
Thanks also to Damian O’Hare; we’d never made it to five years if he’d decided to drop acting and become a plumber. The people who “discovered” him in the Pirates of the Caribbean movies continued to follow his work all through the years, from The Royal to Taking the Flak to Hatfields & McCoys. If you manage to get and keep such a loyal fanbase, you know you’re good at what you’re doing.
So – party! We won’t share the cake, but we want to share the food: to celebrate five years of ambarussa.net, we’ve set up a fundraising site over at justgiving.com for “Magic Breakfast”, a charity which provides a decent breakfast for some of those 700,000 children who arrive at school too hungry to learn every day. All you have to do is click the button below, get more information and, if you feel like and can afford it, share a quid or two. Your donation will make the wee ones happy, it will make the charity happy and it will make us happy. And happy Webgnomes are a very good thing!
Thanks so much for your generosity, and to the next five years!
Your friendly neighbourhood Webgnome xx
PS: As usual, the person responsible for this charity drive is the Webgnome; Damian O’Hare is not involved with this in any way, form or shape. Have complaints? Then mail us.
Missed “The Broken”? Here’s your chance to catch up:
Available as long as it lasts, so don’t wait too long.
Thanks to Binkie for the tip.
Catching up with a few loose ends here.
The Hatfields & McCoys
History Channel has not yet confirmed a date for this mini series. The documentary on the real Hatfields and McCoys which will come with the series has not been finished yet; the grape vine says that we can expect to see the two families feuding in the first half of 2012.
I’ve set up a page for Hatfields and McCoys on the website; not much content there yet, though.
Ultimate Force – “Killing of a one-eyed Bookie”
One of Damian’s earliest TV appearances is now available on HULU. It’s only available to people in the USA.
Sky Movies Sci-fi & Horror HD is currently showing The Broken almost daily.