Tuesday, July 29
R.I.P Rik Mayall 7 March 1958 – 9 June 2014
Now this, this is something that I still cannot get my head around...
How can this amazing funny man be ..... dead??
I loved the Young Ones, Bottom, Guest House Paradiso and not forgetting Drop Dead Fred!
I got chocked up when I read Ade Edmondson's tribute about Rik,
"There were times when Rik and I were writing together when we almost died laughing. They were some of the most carefree stupid days I ever had, and I feel privileged to have shared them with him. And now he's died for real. Without me. Selfish b------."
Or the picture that has been circulating facebook:
I think it might be safe to say, that this is something that will not sink in, not now, not ever!!!
R.I.P Harold Ramis November 21st 1944 to February 24th 2014
I loved Harold, and it is such a big shame that he is now gone, especially within the last couple of years it was a possibility of having a Ghostbusters 3 which I would now assume is no longer a possibility.
If they did decide to do it without Egon, then they want a smack in the face, just saying.
It's quite strange, because at the moment I am watching films, and I am seeing him in things that I love and watch constantly, so he in all fairness hasn't left, which is good...
Incase you was wondering, I believe the last thing he appeared in was Knocked Up with Katherine Heigl and Seth Rogen in 2007
R.I.P Bob Hoskins 26th October 1942 to 29th April 2014
I have been a little slow when it comes to writing out my blogs, so thought I would take the time to catch up a little bit now.
Still cannot believe that Bob Hoskins had to leave us this year, all the good one's seem to be going at the moment it is very strange and feels a little odd..
I will always remember him as Smee in Hook, not to mention Who Framed Roger Rabbit.