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Richard Armitage earns praise for 'standout acting' in "Into the Storm"

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Richard Armitage earns praise for 'standout acting' in "Into the Storm"

  • English television and film actor
  • Known for role as Guy of Gisborne in tv drama "Robin Hood"
  • Played John Porter in tv drama "Strike Back"
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Richard Armitage is one of the lead actors in the film "Into the Storm" and his 'standout performance' is earning him accolades from social media entertainment critics such as Digital Spy. He plays a school vice principal in the film that is now in theatres and revolves around storm trackers, thrill-seekers, and everyday townspeople who videotape and document an unprecedented onslaught of tornadoes touching down in the town of Silverton.
Richard Armitage with bow and arrow
 
Critics such as Digital Spy online magazine note how he distinguished himself as a "stoic, reluctant hero" and his acting performance has resulted in greater scrutiny of this talented actor who has shown an enjoyment of keeping fans 'on the hook' with anticipation. 
 
He was recently interviewed about his upcoming projects and he decided to increase the interest in his projects by disclosing that he will be seen in a cameo role in a movie known to many but he would not disclose what movie it might be. 
Richard Armitage looking stylish in suit
Richard Armitage looking stylish in suit
 
Immediately fans and some social media entertainment observers started speculating about what movies he might be in and at the moment fans and entertainment observers are thinking either "The Avengers: Age of Ultron" or "Spooks". 
 
He played the Nazi spy and assassin Heniz Kruger in "Captain America: The First Avenger" while others suspect he might show up in a flashback scene when the "Spooks" movie is released
 
The "Strike Back" star has shrewdly increased interest in his projects, past, present and future. Fans are looking back at his career to see what movies were 'hits' and have sequels and also looking at his current role on stage in the play "The Crucible" for hints as to what he may be preparing for in the future and that leads to interest in his new projects. 
 
Richard Armitage is not just a standout actor, he is also an impressive promoter of films as illustrated by the way he is generating attention for his films without actually naming the films. 
 
Look for him to build on his impressive performance in "Into the Storm" with his movies "The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies" and "Urban & the Shed Crew" which are due for release in the fall/winter of 2014.
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