letmecomealong:

Rupert Graves: Turks & Caicos - Making of

*faints*

More info on “Valentines Kiss”

wastingyourgum:

exponential63:

screpochka:

gravesdiggers:

According to Rupert’s official website, Rupert Graves Online, Valentines Kiss is a two part television drama.

So now what does the title and format suggest? Murder mystery possibly? What does anyone else think?

It’s a Gate Television Ltd production (x). So I put my money on their new adaptation of Rosamunde Pilcher’s novels.

Well, ‘two-part TV drama’ rules out my first guess (horror film!) But screpochka I hope you’re wrong about Pilcher (ZDF/German or otherwise). I’d watch the pants off Rupert in something witty/sharp/sexy romance-y, but the politest I can say about the Pilcher dramas is that I’m not their natural market…

One other thought. Does anyone know Lucie Hart’s Valentine’s Kiss? Possible source?? Or not? 

As it was the first thing Google dished up I read the synopsis and instantly dismissed it as “I don’t think so - or rather God I hope not!” - it sounds even more Barbara Cartland than Pilcher.

(At least if it is a Pilcher adaptation then it’ll be another thing (after Morse, Lewis, Marple, New Tricks and Law & Order: UK) Rupert has in common with James Wilby, who was in a 2008 Robin PIlcher story by the same lot…)

Look, guys, it’s just my theory and of course I can be wrong, but…
Just let me remind you a name Nicholas and the fact Pilcher wrote a short story “Love To Nicholas”. And then go read this (in German) and make your own conclusion.
Believe me, I’m not mad about it either.

starfleetmonroe:

Street art, St. Petersburg, Russia.

Rupert could see the cracked, flawed character of Richard II. That’s what he’s very good at. In the end, we were completely gobsmacked by what he did with it. Bill Shepherd, producer of The Complete Arkangel Shakespeare, on Rupert Graves in Richard II (x)

justbecause05:

Shakespeare’s 450th Birthday 

Happy Birthday, Will! :)

More info on “Valentines Kiss”

gravesdiggers:

According to Rupert’s official website, Rupert Graves Online, Valentines Kiss is a two part television drama.

So now what does the title and format suggest? Murder mystery possibly? What does anyone else think?

It’s a Gate Television Ltd production (x). So I put my money on their new adaptation of Rosamunde Pilcher’s novels.