March 24th, 2006

Bean4Me

New Pics of "Faceless"

Here are a few of the behind-the-scenes pix of Sean while filming the new TV pilot "Faceless". Thanks goes to eltuita for the original post and Pudge for the great hi-res versions. All of the pix can be reached on the BeanBoxBoard at this link:

http://p101.ezboard.com/fbeanboxboardfrm8.showMessage?topicID=311.topic

My favorites are here:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v504/bean4me/Faceless-5.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v504/bean4me/Faceless-4a.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v504/bean4me/Faceless-2.jpg
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I Know These are Linked But Due to Severe Hotness

These pictures deserve to be there. And Pudge we love you. We truly do. The heat caused from these pictures has melted my brain and impaired my judgment. Just had to bring these over here. And Now presenting a man too sexy for his fleece, and if anyone ever thought even remotely lately that this was not the hottest man alive, just look again. And of course I am channeling Bean, honest.

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UPDATED: Sean narrates on The History Channel (US) - hopefully...

[times listed are eastern]

as the US History Channel has been known to change narrators before - so we'll just have to keep our fingers and toes crossed that Sean's narration stays....



D-Day to Berlin
The Battle for France
Part 1 begins with the June 6, 1944, D-Day invasion of Normandy and concludes with the retreat of German forces by August. Included: dramatic reenactments; comments from British, American and German veterans. Narrator: Sean Bean. 60 minutes- TV-PG, 2004, (CC)

Mon Mar 27 10:00A on History Channel
Mon Mar 27 04:00P on History Channel

D-Day to Berlin
Last Days of the Reich
Part 2
Narrator: Sean Bean. 60 minutes- TV-PG, 2004, (CC)

Mon Mar 27 11:00A on History Channel
Mon Mar 27 05:00P on History Channel

D-Day to Berlin
Last Days of the Reich
The conclusion recalls the Allied crossing of the Rhine, the fall of Berlin and Germany's unconditional surrender. Included: comments by veterans. Narrator: Sean Bean. 60 minutes- TV-PG, 2004, (CC)

Mon Mar 27 12:00P on History Channel
Mon Mar 27 06:00P on History Channel



Be certain to check local times and listings

Chosen Women!

Hmm...seems a long while since I've done one of these... Collapse )

Btw, lots of piccies, as per usual. Makes more sense if you've been keeping up with the rally posts throughout the votes. Not entirely work safe (YAY!) and most likely not too dialup friendly. But you know you wanna...come on...you know you do. ^_^
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