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fangirlquest:

Movie: Les Misérables
Location: Old Royal Naval College (on Google map)

This location has been used in several movies, but our visit was all about Les Misérables and Thor: The Dark World

It’s a very impressive spot to visit even if you’re not there for the same reasons as we fangirls - the Painted Hall alone will blow your mind. There’s a nice visitor centre as well for coffee and lunch.

If you like our sceneframing photos, check out the rest of the shows & movies we’ve covered so far! 

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17 11 / 2013

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My version of “On My Own” music video, featuring Eponine & Marius.

**I don’t own anything. All credits to Universal for the movie clips & music.

17 11 / 2013

The Music of the Night | Jonathan Roxmouth | South Africa, 2012
Cover Art originally made by ohmadchristine

Will be forever proud to say that he’s the first ever Phantom I’ve seen, met and heard.

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12 11 / 2013

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10 11 / 2013

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10 11 / 2013

"Before I started on the West End, I actually did a duet ironically of “On My Own” with Frances Ruffelle who is the original Éponine. That was the first crazy experience of me going “What? That’s who I grew up listening to! Frances Ruffelle!” And then I did the Les Misérables 25th Anniversary Concert with Lea Salonga. She played Fantine in it, but she’s another very famous Éponine. She played her at the 10th Anniversary. So it’s kind of like a family of Éponines and what’s been lovely is that I’ve just been met with constant support. I remember when I got the role in the film and it was announced and Lea was announcing all over the internet how proud she was. I think having that support from the classic famous Éponines just makes you so proud to be a part of this character, this iconic theatrical role. Having that support is just incredible. It takes off the pressure. You’re flying the flag for Éponine the heart-broken heroine, you know?” Samantha Barks

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“I’d say to him, ‘You’re this hot young star from the West End and Broadway who knows all about acting,’ but he’d keep coming up to me saying, ‘Yeah, but you’ve sung in musicals in London and I never have.’ And that’s how we helped each other along.”  

- Samantha Barks

08 11 / 2013

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06 11 / 2013

briarthenardier:

Samantha's alphabet (A) 2/2 » Amanda Seyfried

"I would, like, look over at Sam and just wanna support her through her On My Own, but I also wanted to give her her space to experience, because it’s her first movie and during my song I would watch it very critically and she wanted to be supportive, but also giving me the space. It’s very a awkward thing. […] She’s very observer and very serene on set, it didn’t at all seemed like it was her first expirence on a film set and I think the confidence that she brought with her was just because she knew the character so well, she’ve been playing the character for so long and she is such an accomplished singer, she’s a beautiful singer." Amanda Seyfried