When we started shooting I put my hand on his shoulder and told him to "be himself and try to look cool". Yes, so I facepalmed in my mind right after that. He gave a little chuckle and said he’d do his best though he’s not sure about the cool part.
When I was taking the close ups, he said quietly “how’s my cool factor?”. I just stared. And then blurted “amazing, you’re very beautiful”. Facepalm number 2.
After the shoot he was very nice and polite, we took a pic together and I told him I saw him in Birdland so he realised I was also a fan.
He’s quite mesmerizing in person.
Dear lord, you guys really love him. Well, me too.
Andrew Scott fans are the greatest, so polite and fun!
Here’s another pic from yesterday. The whole set coming soon :)
I can’t believe I managed to snap some good pictures @_@ Here are some of them, feel free to save them if you didn’t get proper pictures of your own, lol..
It was a succesful premiere. Andrew was SOOOOOO nice to his fans even though he didn’t have time to meet them all. Everyone knew how to behave and asked good questions so I’m really pleased with Finnish fans now ^^ I managed to shake his
warmhand and talk to him, so I’m glad.
Charmed by the devastatingly handsome and ridiculously talented Andrew Scott earlier today. Stay tuned for our Pride interview!
Is it just us or does he look like he’s channelling a certain old-fashioned villain in the second pic?
Freddie Fox, Paddy Considine, Bill Nighy and Andrew Scott attend a photocall for ‘Pride’ at Odeon Camden on September 2, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Dave J Hogan/Getty Images)
Andrew Scott will be hosting a Twitter Q&A for his new film ‘Pride’ in exactly an hour at 14:30BST - follow twitter.com/pridemovieuk and use the hashtag #AskAndrew to be in with a chance of him answering your questions!
Andrew Scott is so adorable how are you Moriarty how
Andrew Scott has sent us a lovely and exclusive video greeting and introduction for his new film Pride, out in cinemas this September.
We were just on our way from Bath to Oxford on the train and when I came I saw him. Andrew Scott. I asked him for photo, he told me “later. Too many people”. And then, when I had to go, I looked at him, didn’t know what to say.
“Can I?” I asked
“Yes, sure” he smiled
He made my day