Harry Lloyd at the filming of ‘Big Significant Things’ at the Cedar Bucket near Oxford, Miss. on Thursday May 9th 2013.
The title of the previously untitled indie film Harry is currently filming is ‘Big Significant Things’.
Logline: With growing fears of co-dependency despite a near-perfect relationship with his longtime girlfriend Allison, Craig Harrison creates a lie in order to embark on a short unaccompanied road trip in search of an adventure on his own. Starring Harry Lloyd and Finnish actress Krista Kosonen.
One word: Perfect.
one of these things (◕‿◕✿)
is not like the others (◡‿◡✿)
one of these things (◡‿◡✿)
just dOESNT BELONG (⊙‿⊙✿)
Harry Lloyd answering fan questions [x]
‘Ditched’ starring Harry Lloyd as Richard (44 minutes)
Doug Lucie’s satirical sequel to ‘Hitched’ revisits the bride and groom, Emma and Richard, two years after their big day. The honeymoon is well and truly over and wedded bliss hasn’t turned out to be, well, blissful. With their relationship at crisis point, Emma returns from America with her young daughter to discover her life isn’t the only one that has changed. But just what has happened between Emma and Richard, and why has she returned home without him? When Richard in turn flies back to the UK, the stage is set for another unforgettable family encounter. With sparks sure to fly at a family reunion no one wants to attend, Emma and Richard must finally decide what the future holds for their marriage. Will it be Hitched or Ditched?
Originally aired on BBC Radio 4 July 5th 2011.
‘A World Intact’ read by Harry Lloyd (15 minutes)
A World Intact, by Adam Foulds - a writer known for his lyricism - set in the last years of the Second World War, a young man returns from training to his rural home to find it unchanged - but no longer where he belongs. Originally aired on BBC Radio 4 April 18th 2013.
I thank God I live in a country where dreams can come true, where failure is sometimes the first step to success, and where success is only another form of failure if we forget where our priorities should be.
» Harry Lloyd