Please stop looking illegal one minute and legal the next?! It’s very perplexing…
Hey! That’s my seat!
Oh no, now I’m going to have to paint him again. I swore I wouldn’t, but, how can I not. This shot is just aching to be put into brushstrokes!
I’m sorry friends, it is a shock, but that most likely is Ariel. Trust me, I was hoping for something a little more androgenous, and without ‘sag’, but Ariel does turn into a harpy in ONE scene (don’t worry, it’s not too long!”.
Let’s try to remember that this isn’t BBC drama lighting and flattering camera angles.
This is raw theatre, where actors, very skilled ones like Colin, become their character, even non-human ones! I’m sure he’ll get teased, but it’s his craft and he’s willing to take risks. He’s already played a female character, and while I buried my head when I first saw him, I was soon able to admire his courage and ability to pull it off.
I’m quite sure that most of the people who bought tickets to see Colin will leave the theatre realizing that they not only saw Colin, they saw a great Shakespearian actor too.
From Ferdinand to Ariel. The ever-changing Colin Morgan.
HIS HANDS <3<3<3<3 *sigh * :D
From our site’s collection of Merlin photos, Colin Morgan poses as Merlin from Season 2 episode The Witch’s Quickening
Did anyone catch the legendary story tied to this shot? Nimue stole Merlin’s magic and then used it to imprison him in a tree for all eternity. I bet Colin knew that. Cheeky devil.