unreconstructedfangirl:

sherlock-undercover:

Benedict Cumberbatch Time Out London Magazine Interview

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He seems nice, clever, and human. I enjoyed.

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ohgodbenny:

feardamonkey:

Yup. Sounds about right.

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I lost my shit in the last pic. HELP RAISING AWARENESS FOR FEMALE ORGASM.

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yes    thank you    perfect    benedict cumberbatch    topless    yum    hot    help raising awareness for female orgasm    

sherlockspeare:

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Sherlock    benedict cumberbatch    the deerstalker    

sherlockspeare:

I was thinking about the movie Frank, and then this sort of just happened.

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sherlockology:

Watch the first outtake from Sherlock!!

In addition, we have updated news on a UK release for the new Sherlock S1-3 boxset and specifics on the commentary coming on the new DVD and Blu Ray releases here:

http://www.sherlockology.com/news/2014/9/5/sherlock-s3-special-edition-050914

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Sherlock    video    benedict cumberbatch    martin freeman    outtakes    
unreconstructedfangirl:

marta-sherlock:

deathfrisbeeofbakerstreet:

perlockholmes:

rox712:

thisthatalltheother:

karin-woywod:

tomhiddlestonlokiofjotenheim:

Stupid teenage girls. I know there are at least a few that are actually going for the piece itself, but this just makes me angry. I have always had a very deep love for literature what with having two authors in the family, and I find the antics insulting. It shouldn’t matter who is playing who or what for that matter. I can’t say too much about stupid teenage girls since I’m nineteen, but I’ve grown up and am in my second year of college. So for that, fuck off. Now I’m in a bad mood because of this shit. Okay, RANT OVER. 😡😤😒

Dear Shakespeare-Lovers,
No need to complain about Cumberbatch’s fanbase buying Hamlet tickets.
a) Same as with the demographics of    Tumblr    in general, it probably would surprise you how many of Cumberbatch’s followers are in the 30 to 60 years’ range [ just for example : myself - I am 50 years old ].
b) Many have sat in the audience of Shakespeare theatre productions before. Having an appreciation for Shakespeare and having an appreciation for the acting craft of Mr. Benedict Cumberbatch are not mutually exclusive.
c) When Sir Laurence Olivier played Hamlet, or when Sir Derek Jacobi played Hamlet, a major part of their audiences had come to see those actors in that role, and not just any Hamlet. Why should it be any different with Benedict Cumberbatch, who has years of experience as a theatre actor under his belt ?
d) Regardless of the motivation behind coming, horizons get expanded, and maybe even new interests will get awakened …
e) Even newcomers to the theatre seats can learn theatre etiquette, I daresay most of them possess a natural reticience and politeness anyway.
</rant>

It’s always nice for this 40+ year old to be referred to as a teenager. You guarantee? Really? Piss off Kimberley Percy Clark whoever the fuck you are. Generalizations such as yours are what’s disgusting.

Mwahahahahahahaha!! 47 here.

God forbid that young people go to the theatre and get their first Shakespeare experience because of their favourite actor. And God forbid it might inspire some of them to look into more of Shakespeare’s work. Right now, the only immature person here, is Kimberly, and her need to feel like a superior Shakespeare fan.

Yeah, I’m 28. Hardly a teen. And guess what - when I WAS a teen, I had the utmost respect for live theater, as I do now. In fact, I was in the theater department in high school as a student director, an actor, and in the stagecraft department. I saw my first Broadway show at 16. I saw my first live play at 12. So, in short:1) You can be a fan of a star in popular culture as an adult. 2) You can be a teenager who respects the theater and Shakespeare.

You know, people come to culture through all forms. I grew up on Disney’s “Silly Symphonies” animations (my grandmum had a tape of them I loved) and I wanted to learn how to play the songs myself so I went on to study piano and organ - and became a quasi-professional musician. Not famous or anything, but enough to get paid gigs as a concert musician and accompanist. Don’t knock it.

FUCK THIS NOISE. THIS MAKES ME HULK. And, I am 44.

unreconstructedfangirl:

marta-sherlock:

deathfrisbeeofbakerstreet:

perlockholmes:

rox712:

thisthatalltheother:

karin-woywod:

tomhiddlestonlokiofjotenheim:

Stupid teenage girls. I know there are at least a few that are actually going for the piece itself, but this just makes me angry. I have always had a very deep love for literature what with having two authors in the family, and I find the antics insulting. It shouldn’t matter who is playing who or what for that matter. I can’t say too much about stupid teenage girls since I’m nineteen, but I’ve grown up and am in my second year of college. So for that, fuck off. Now I’m in a bad mood because of this shit. Okay, RANT OVER. 😡😤😒

Dear Shakespeare-Lovers,

No need to complain about Cumberbatch’s fanbase buying Hamlet tickets.

a) Same as with the demographics of    Tumblr    in general, it probably would surprise you how many of Cumberbatch’s followers are in the 30 to 60 years’ range [ just for example : myself - I am 50 years old ].

b) Many have sat in the audience of Shakespeare theatre productions before. Having an appreciation for Shakespeare and having an appreciation for the acting craft of Mr. Benedict Cumberbatch are not mutually exclusive.

c) When Sir Laurence Olivier played Hamlet, or when Sir Derek Jacobi played Hamlet, a major part of their audiences had come to see those actors in that role, and not just any Hamlet. Why should it be any different with Benedict Cumberbatch, who has years of experience as a theatre actor under his belt ?

d) Regardless of the motivation behind coming, horizons get expanded, and maybe even new interests will get awakened …

e) Even newcomers to the theatre seats can learn theatre etiquette, I daresay most of them possess a natural reticience and politeness anyway.

</rant>

It’s always nice for this 40+ year old to be referred to as a teenager. You guarantee? Really? Piss off Kimberley Percy Clark whoever the fuck you are. Generalizations such as yours are what’s disgusting.

Mwahahahahahahaha!! 47 here.

God forbid that young people go to the theatre and get their first Shakespeare experience because of their favourite actor.
And God forbid it might inspire some of them to look into more of Shakespeare’s work.
Right now, the only immature person here, is Kimberly, and her need to feel like a superior Shakespeare fan.

Yeah, I’m 28. Hardly a teen. And guess what - when I WAS a teen, I had the utmost respect for live theater, as I do now. In fact, I was in the theater department in high school as a student director, an actor, and in the stagecraft department. I saw my first Broadway show at 16. I saw my first live play at 12.

So, in short:
1) You can be a fan of a star in popular culture as an adult.

2) You can be a teenager who respects the theater and Shakespeare.

You know, people come to culture through all forms. I grew up on Disney’s “Silly Symphonies” animations (my grandmum had a tape of them I loved) and I wanted to learn how to play the songs myself so I went on to study piano and organ - and became a quasi-professional musician. Not famous or anything, but enough to get paid gigs as a concert musician and accompanist. Don’t knock it.

FUCK THIS NOISE. THIS MAKES ME HULK. And, I am 44.

benedict cumberbatch    hamlet    omg so fucking excited    
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benedict cumberbatch    comic con    interview    video    

Benedict in “The Imitation Game” UK Teaser Trailer (x)

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the imitation game    benedict cumberbatch    alan turing    video    

Benedict as Alan Turing in “The Imitation Game”

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benedict cumberbatch    alan turing    the imitation game    

Reblog if you think Benedict Cumberbatch deserves an Oscar 

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