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27 October 2011 @ 11:07 pm
Clive Owen
42 West
11400 W. Olympic Blvd 
Suite 1100
Los Angeles, CA 90064

This might be the most legit fan mail address. I shall try it again with a more proper format. It gives you directions to receive an autograph. Or if your rich, I saw a few on Amazon LOL. I'm just going to try this for the heck of it and see if I get anything back (= 
27 October 2011 @ 04:40 pm
So I was on Amazon.com searching to see how much Chancer was; I might ask for it for Christmas; and Second Sight also came up. Was wondering if anyone has watched it so I can know how good it is. 
27 October 2011 @ 01:15 pm
I was just wondering if anyone has ever tried sending fan mail to Clive to get a autographed photo? I had for Jude Law and it took two years for me to get a picture back, but well worth the wait. He actually had sent two so I gave one to one of my best friends who also loves him.
27 October 2011 @ 09:56 am

I can't recall us having this video here? Cute interview that took place during the press junket for The International. Source if embed doesn't work.
27 October 2011 @ 01:23 am
A picture slideshow I created of our favorite man (= Hope you all enjoy it!

27 October 2011 @ 01:09 am
I've been anticipating Intruders for some time, after doing Clive research on Youtube. Does anyone have anymore information about this movie? If or when it's coming out and if it's coming to DVD or on the big screen? Please let me know! 

26 October 2011 @ 05:48 pm

[click twice for full size]

I love this shot from The International!
25 October 2011 @ 02:06 pm
According to Frank Miller Clive won't reprise his role as Dwight.

Fans have been waiting for news on Robert Rodriguez‘ Sin City 2 for quite some time. Rumors have spread that Sin City 2 would be based on A Dame to Kill For, written by the comic book legend, Frank Miller – and it looks like they were more than just rumors.

Frank Miller has confirmed that this was indeed the case, but promised that there would also be a number of original short stories included in the film. The screenplay is being adapted from Miller’s original story by Oscar-winning screenwriter William Monahan, who has been recruited to give the sequel a little something extra.

Miller sat down with MTV recently to give a little inside information on the upcoming film:

“(Sin City 2) is primarily an adaptation of the book ‘A Dame to Kill For’. It also features the short story, ‘Just Another Saturday Night’ and two new stories. One involving Jessica Alba’s character, Nancy Callahan, that I came up with for the movie in order to tie things together and make it be more united with the first.”
Despite Clive Owen holding a starring role in Sin City, fans shouldn’t expect to see him reprise his role in the new film. According to the comic, his character Dwight has undergone a dramatic physical transformation. Fortunately, fans can be optimistic for the return of a slew of sexy, strong prostitutes from the original. Gail (Rosario Dawson) and Miho (Devon Aoki) might be among those returning for round two.

Production for Sin City 2 is scheduled to begin production sometime in spring 2012.
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25 October 2011 @ 04:19 pm

Found on tumblr of course. Credit to whomever made these...brilliant.
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24 October 2011 @ 02:39 pm

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23 October 2011 @ 11:23 am
Nice interview of Clive.  He is more interested in making a good and interesting movie than a blockbuster type movie.  I think it says a lot about him.

23 October, 2011 02:26

The actor on his looks, having a life outside movies, and getting heckled
THE smoothly virile and devilishly handsome actor Clive Owen, 47, is known for his broody, smouldering glances and way of manning a gun onscreen. He made his name in British TV prime-time crime drama Chancer playing the waggish Stephen Crane.

It wasn't until eight years later that he finally came to Hollywood's attention, following his performance in Croupier, in which he played an aspiring South African writer turned blackjack dealer. His CV is littered with elegant performances on both screen and stage.

He was born in Coventry but lives in London with his two daughters and wife, actress Sarah-Jane Fenton, whom he met while she was playing Juliet on stage to his star-cross'd Romeo.

His latest film is the SAS thriller, Killer Elite.

I'm not known for my light and charming roles. I have an appetite for dark roles such as Spike in Killer Elite. I don't find going to uncomfortable places to be uncomfortable. It is important I stay interested in my work and don't cop out.

I don't want to do work that shows family life in a warm, cosy bubble. Real families are volatile. I know mine is. Parenting is a huge part of my life.

I've always enjoyed being a hands-on father and own up to doing the washing up when I'm home.

Actors can make a huge mistake by wanting to play heroic roles. I'd much rather people relate to me in a role rather than like me as a screen hero.

I never worry about missed opportunities. As I get older, I've been having a better and better time.

You can carry yourself in a certain way and be pretty much able to carry on your life as normally as you can. I don't get recognised, but when I do, they just come up to me and say: "I saw that film you were in. I really didn't like it."

Stardom dismays me. I seek to get better at my job, not better known. I have always done theatre and I think it is a very healthy thing to stop film and go back into the theatre, back to learning lines, doing eight performances a week and getting heckled.

The eyes are the sexiest part of the body. They are what connect us as human beings.

I'm no heart-throb. No amount of moisturiser will soften me up, I don't think.

When I was 10 or 11, I played the Artful Dodger in a school production of Oliver. I feel like I've been playing a variation on the same role ever since.

I was very uncomfortable being prime-time TV fodder in Chancer. Suddenly there were posters of my face on the tube. I was young and I handled it badly. I've never wanted fame, as such.

I'm a real Armani fan. I really love their clothes. In the old days I was the kind of guy who blew whatever I had on Armani clothes. Now they send me stuff for free.

I need to keep my life intact. Whatever I'm doing, my real life is my wife and our two daughters, Hannah and Eve. I have a very settled family life, doing things like gardening and laughing and tasting cheeses. To have a life outside the industry is the most important thing in the world.

My childhood was old-fashioned working-class "rough". I know how good my life is now. -©Marianne Gray
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23 October 2011 @ 12:37 pm
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