October 28th, 2010 / 9 Comments

I realise that I haven’t posted my favourite scene yet, but I thought for those who haven’t had the chance to see this film I would put together a series of Rob’s performances.  So this morning, here is Part 1 of Rob’s scenes from Ring of the Nibelungs or Curse of the Ring as it’s known in Australia.  For those who are familiar with the movie, yes there is a scene missing from this vid,  it’s not my favourite one, but for some reason it was being a pain and I  had to edit it out and insert it into Part 2.  So yeah there’s 3 parts which will be posted over the next few days.  Hope you enjoy.

October 27th, 2010 / 15 Comments

There are no obstacles when Rob is focussed on delivering his interpretation on screen and his talent was evident as early on as his performance as Giselher. Long live the King! Ok perhaps he was a Prince, but we know better right?


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October 26th, 2010 / 10 Comments

When having to decide upon a fave scene I really just couldn’t go past this one – our introduction to Rob as Price Giselher. He is so cute in this scene releasing the bird & waiting for him to return. Then trying to be all brave & stamping his authority while attempting to get him back. No idea what that bird was thinking landing on Siegfried’s arm instead of Giselher’s though *shakes head* Oh & Siegfried, just as well you redeem yourself with Giselher a bit later on cause at this point – I am not very happy with you!! Oh & have to say, to the person who decided to dub over Rob’s beautiful voice – what the hell were you thinking??? Seriously how or why anyone would EVER dub over his voice I will never understand. INSANITY, just absolute INSANITY!!! Anyways, enjoy the beautifulness that is Rob everyone, I know this will be the first time for some seeing a scene from the film.

October 25th, 2010 / 14 Comments

Ah Giselher, how I love you.  Rob is so gorgeous, sweet & of course wonderful in this role.  I had such a great time putting this montage together & spending time with him. Enjoy everyone & for those who have not yet met this character – welcome to Rob as Prince Giselher.  Am so looking forward to spending the week with him.


October 24th, 2010 / 19 Comments

Going deep into the Golden Years of Rob’s career, we bring you Giselher.

We are tired of waiting to see if UC will ever eventuate, so today your dreams of Rob on horseback have been answered!

May 18th, 2010 / 12 Comments

Unless you’ve been living under a rock you most probably saw the pics of Rob’s new haircut for W4E.  Well I’m not going to post them here for obvious reasons, but it has given me inspiration to do a montage of Rob’s different hairstyles over the last few years.  Oh cannot wait until they start filming this weekend and we hopefully don’t have to wait long to get a glimpse of Jacob Jankowski (thought I’d better define!)   Thanks to Campbell Mitchell for the gorgeous photo of Rob as Richard.

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