I don’t think I can not reblog this anymore.
Fifty years from now two teenagers, madly in love, go on holiday to England and while there decide to visit a cemetery where so many famous people are buried. “Look, look” the girl says excitedly, “There is David Tennent, Grandma says he was the best doctor ever; whatever that means!” The boy just smiles. He has a special grave he has brought her to see; the grave of a famous man, with a very famous voice. “Look.” He points, “There it is: Benedict Cumberbatch. You know, he did the voice of Smaug in that old Hobbit movie. I used to watch it as a kid. It’s always been my favorite.” “What’s that it says on his gravestone there at the bottom?” asks the girl. They gently wipe away the moss and the boy reads it aloud “It says… ‘I ALSO DID THE MOTION CAPTURE.’”
Me too please <3
Apparently our Benedict loves all kinds of photobombing.
Can I hire him?
THE GUY BEING A SPIDER IN THE BACK THOUGH
This is at least the third time I’ve reblogged this and I’m not sorry
i remember those days when i followed such a small number of blogs and i was able to scroll through all the posts i missed when i was sleeping and come back to the one i left off on the day before
"that benedict cumberbatch is so ugl-"
when john thinks janine is sherlock’s girlfriend he looks sad and literally everything around him is green
aRE YOU FUCKGING KIDDING ME
GREEN = ENVY, BY THE WAY
i’ll let you have whatever headcanons you’d like, i know you’re all thirsty for it
I think I like the one where John has just run in and saved Sherlock from the beating he was getting. After The Fall. And the look on his face is amazement that John found him.
'Why, Sherlock? It's not as if it's the first time I've killed a man for you.'
'But- but you were supposed to think I was dead.'
'And clearly you're not, so help me clean up this mess, yeah?'
I actually like this one a lot!
(Collider interview, October 2012 [x])
"What it would be developed into … the relationship of Watson and Holmes and where they’d go…"
John Watson and Lester Nygaard: two dramatically different responses to realizing your wife isn’t who you thought she was.