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  • Birthday 01/28/1985

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    I love reading, writing (poetry, short stories, novels and journaling), exercising (kickboxing, running, and swimming ), and of course, the breathtakingly beautiful and amazingly talented Gerry!

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  1. I'll be back on the 31st, so maybe he'll still be around. Not that that'd do me much good... I'm sure I have a 1 in a million chance of bumping into him. And if I did, what would I say? LOL. But at least I could breathe the Butler air! Steph
  2. This project sounds really cool. I'm a lot more optimistic about this film than some of the others I've heard he's attached himself to lately. Let it happen! And I wonder if they'll actually be filming in NC...? Steph
  3. Well, the interviewer stated that it's a 75 page script with ALMOST no dialogue. The idea was a sort of "silent" movie, but I expect they've added in a bit. Action movies are light on the dialogue in general, but an action movie wouldn't work as a pure "silent" movie. I'm sure that the producers realize this. We've seen stoic or completely silent characters in other action movies and never blinked an eye (anyone remember Sphinx from Gone in 60 Seconds?). I think this sounds like an awesome project. Gerry needs to do more action movies. He's gotten bogged down in two types of movies lately that haven't brought him much success: 1) light-hearted romantic comedies that not even Gerry takes seriously, and 2) heavy dramas seeking critical acclaim that they don't get. I crave a return to good ol' action Gerry, and the round of films he's signed on to and/or considering seems to show that's where he's leaning as well. Steph
  4. 'S not fair!! Why does Gerry always plan his trips to the UK when I already have a ticket back to the US?! I suppose this time he didn't exactly pick the date, but still! You'd think being here for a year I'd catch him on this island just ONCE! Steph
  5. That was awesome!! And I much preferred the rugged outdoorsy Gerry to the fancypants city Gerry. LOL. Thanks for finding and sharing, Cheryl!! Steph
  6. I wonder if Coriolanus is going being given more emphasis in Europe. Here in Glasgow I've seen it advertised at the theatres. Steph
  7. I hope that this is a rational decision to try to get better box office numbers, and not an indication that this film is being back-burnered. With all the talent that signed onto it, I thought it had potential. I was hoping to make it out to LA for the March premiere, so I'm a bit disappointed with this delay. Steph
  8. I'm surprised it's taken this long for someone to compare Gerry to Tigger. That seems spot on to me!! Steph
  9. It sounds like they were taking what they thought was every precaution, and that it was, overall, a calm day. True, they could have insisted that the stunt double be in for the distance shots and filmed Gerry at a tamer location for the closeups, but I don't blame Gerry if he wanted authenticity. From this article, it seems like this was an event that nobody was expecting. Steph
  10. This is scary, but it's totally Gerry. He always pushes the envelope. I believe it's the same instinct that causes him to be a bit reckless in filming (and in life, for that matter!) that has also helped him to become such a success. I think the fact that he's had a number of close calls but has walked away from them insists that he's walking the right side of that fine line. He's a thrill-seeker and does some crazy things sometimes, but I trust his judgment and I would never wish him to change. He just wouldn't be Gerry then. Steph
  11. So gorgeous! Though I have to say I wish Dennis Quaid were on there in the background somewhere. I can't wait to see this one!!! Steph
  12. Thanks for sharing this Cheryl. I'm so jealous. California gets all the fun! Steph
  13. This was a fabulous article, and Gerry seemed really positive during it. Even when the interviewer asked him things about whether 300 has negatively affected his career and how he balances his public and private life, he was still very sunny about it all. That's very good to see. We know he works himself to the bone, but it's great to be reminded that he's doing what he loves and has no regrets. This is the Gerry I know and love! Steph
  14. Crap. I missed this! I walk past Big Issue vendors nearly everyday. I wish I'd known sooner that he was in it! I'll have to see tomorrow if they happen to have any from last week left. Steph
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