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thexth fragte: How you imagine john and Sherlock's first kiss would happen/be like if they became canon!

mojoflower:

navydream:

Not shitting you, I have money on it! like 25 cents

Yeah.  If it were canon?  If Moffat were writing it, egged on by Gatiss?

I think it would be a little thing.  A surprise peck when Sherlock is leaving to meet Moran, knowing it will be dangerous, and unwilling to involve John.  I think he will shrug into his coat… his battle-dress, and turn at the door… hovering uncertain on the landing.  John will stand, limned by the horrible fluorescent kitchen light, suspicious and hurt that Sherlock is leaving him home.  His hands will be clenched by his sides, legs spread in a stance meant to brace, to steady him against the buffeting of life.  And his eyes will glare, stare, BURN into Sherlock’s, because he KNOWS it’s a lie.

And Sherlock will pop his collar and look at the man.  His eyes will travel over worn skin, deep carved lines, rendered sinew and uncrushable determination.  He’ll be more trapped in the gaze of navy blue than John will be enmired in a churning sea of blue and grey.

Because it’s the last chance.  Sherlock knows it.  He lives his life running numbers, playing opportunities, gambling for the next answer at the expense of his life. 

Sherlock will jolt forward, surprising them both.  Uncharacteristically clumsy, he’ll grab the cheap polyester, plaid collar before him, drag John forward until they bump at the wrong velocity, mash dried lips against a surprised gasp.

And then he’ll run away.  He won’t stay to make it right, to make it sexy.  He’ll leave John with wide eyes and opened mouth.  He’ll leap down the stairs three at a time saying in his head, “I’ll be back before midnight, John,” but actually forgetting to say anything at all.  He’ll call a cab and slide inside before John’s removed numb fingers from buzzing lips.

That’s their first kiss.

And their next interaction is John’s frigid anger, while he cleans and stitches Sherlock’s bullet wound.

And after that.  After that.

Things heat up.

And the screen will fade to black.

THIS!!!!!

forsciencejohn:

little martin needs water to grow

forsciencejohn:

little martin needs water to grow

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Let's put an end to these rumours... by Ben Ebbrell

sortedfood:

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TYRONE Ebbrell, Red Shorts, Quiche and Super Geek… I have to blame Mike for all of these. I’m not going to say there isn’t a little truth to some of them (Tyrone being the exception to this rule) but I feel like they’ve been somewhat accentuated by Mr Huttlestone’s editing control in…

skinnyscottish:

Beautiful eyes of Sherlock Holmes in every episode of BBC Sherlock

(via hanna-barbara)

sadynax:

AM I LATE? I think I am  :DDDDD Dunno ”Let’s draw sherlock” have new challenge but the info of this is still there. MAN. I’m like .. one or two hours late ::: D That’s me!!

Well anyway I wanted to make ”Let’s draw sherlock - fav game- challenge” ONE of my favorite games, this isn’t my fav game more like top 10- fav game. I have huge problems with this picture ‘cause like many of you know Sherlock sadly don’t have boobs… So I didn’t know where the hell I’m gonna put John. So I made some yellow police tape! (I also post Cathrine’s orginal cover art there, totally not mine haha)

I still really like to know what you think?

(via iwantbenedictcumberbatch)

leandraholmes:

consulting-ravenclaw-fairy:

findawaytoshine:

I now pronounce you Holmes & Watson

Whose wedding is it anyway?

I’m not crying you’re crying.

Oh wow, it never occurred to me just how much these are all aspects of a wedding. Especially the vow and then the bouquet tossing. It’s so obvious now. (And we don’t get to see any of these relevant things from Mary and John aside from the proposal which was epically bollocksed up)

Damn. 

(via billysherlockscott)

pocketsizepeople:

Me and you.

(via hanna-barbara)

sherlolly-ship:

turnedwatson:

killjoyvamp-trekkervendetta:

here are sherlock holmes and john watson making your dash better and prettier

that actually made me feel a lot better

Stahp it you…..

sherlolly-ship:

turnedwatson:

killjoyvamp-trekkervendetta:

here are sherlock holmes and john watson making your dash better and prettier

that actually made me feel a lot better

Stahp it you…..

(Quelle: pocketsizepeople, via sherlockholmse)

navydream:

I had this around somewhere…

navydream:

I had this around somewhere…

(via iwantbenedictcumberbatch)

dudeufugly:

BENEDICT Cumberbatch once described his name as “sounding like a fart in a bath” but after an incredible 12 months it not only resonates well beyond his bathroom but famously, too.

Star TrekThe Hobbit12 Years A Slav e, a Julian Assange biopic, a role opposite Meryl Steep in August: Osage County and a return as Sherlock Holmes – some are calling 2013 the year of the Cumberbatch. The man himself is just hoping we’re not all utterly sick of the sight of him by now.

The 37-year-old Londoner has become one of the most respected, versatile and in-demand actors around and it’s all there on screen in his rich and various roles from the past year.

Trekkies and Tolkienites love him, women have the hots for him and movie buffs lap up his performances, yet Cumberbatch remains unchanged by his recent success.

Right now he’s coming down from a big night at the Oscars, a Best Picture win for 12 Years A Slave and a triumphant return as Sherlock Holmes in the acclaimed BBC series Sherlock.

London’s Barbican Centre last week announced Cumberbatch would play Hamlet at the venue next year and he has been voted the most popular Sherlock ever by fans, a title that sits nicely alongside the “sexiest man” titles thrust upon him.

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It’s all part of a side of the business that you sense the actor accepts and plays along with rather than enjoys.

Fiercely private (he refuses to talk about his past relationship with Brit actress Olivia Poulet, whom he was with for more than a decade), Cumberbatch insists he still isn’t used to all that comes with being famous – and may never be.

Here, the likeable star talks about his incredible run of good fortune in film, his star status and talking to fans.

Q The past year has been incredible for you. The Year of the Cumberbatch!

BC (Laughs) I don’t know about that! But thank you very much.

Q Do you ever get sick of seeing yourself on screen?

BC I’d hate to think anyone is sick of the sight of me, although I wouldn’t blame them. It’s just crazy. I’ve overexposed myself! Actually that sounds a bit dirty (laughs). No, it is a real high point and I’m really enjoying it. I’m proud of every single project. I can genuinely say that it is varied enough, as a slate, to not fear too much overexposure. I just hope the public agree because they are seeing a lot of me.

Q Are you getting used to all the fans and the screaming at premieres?

BC Not at all! I don’t think I’ll ever get used to that. It all feels very peculiar. My day job is standing in front of a camera, that’s true, but it’s under very different circumstances because I’m in character and I’m doing my job. I’m an actor, not a spokesperson, a political pundit or an expert. While I dabble with the ideas and try to get a handle on the subject matter to give it some integrity and depth and understanding, beyond that I try to let the work speak for itself.

Q But you are enjoying your star status?

BC I am enjoying myself, yes. It would be really churlish to complain about anything to be honest. I’m very fortunate to be in the position I’m in.

Q How was it to be involved in 12 Years A Slave and a movie that won Best Picture at the Oscars?

BC I only had a small role in that fantastic film, but just to be involved was amazing. Steve McQueen is a fantastic director. It was an intense film to work on but so rewarding and to be there at the Oscars was thrilling and a very proud moment for everyone involved.

Q There was so much secrecy surrounding your recent return as Sherlock Holmes. Is that hard to keep up?

BC It is but it’s always lovely to be back as Sherlock. He’s a character that I truly love and it’s always a treat to wear that hair again and be back with Watson.

Q You have a very close relationship with Martin Freeman who plays Watson…

BC We’re great friends and working with Martin is a joy. He’s a brilliant actor and a fantastic Watson and his performance in coping with what he believed was the death of his best friend was an integral part of where the third series started. But Martin is an adorable man and blissfully, ridiculously funny and entertaining.

Q When were you first aware of Sherlock Holmes as a character?

BC I would have been about 12 years old when I first read a Sherlock story and it immediately made me hungry for more. Those stories are just very addictive reading, and it’s an utterly absorbing world. It’s just a really rich tapestry of characters and extraordinary adventures.

Q What do you do to prepare for a return as Sherlock?

BC The character is familiar to me now, so in terms of research I don’t have to do too much. Physically, I do a little swimming and yoga. It sounds funny I suppose, but I find it helps.

Q With Sherlock, Star Trek and The Hobbit, you’ve been exposed to some of the most obsessive fans there are. What were you obsessed with growing up?

BC Not much really. I loved certain Saturday TV staples like Knight Rider, The A-Team and even Baywatch – yes I had some sophistication when I was younger (laughs).

Q When people stop you in the street, which role do they want to talk to you about?

BC It’s mostly Sherlock. Even in America it’s Sherlock I get asked about most. It’s amazing just how many people have seen it over there. I get a few Trekkies, too.

Q How does it feel to be voted one of the sexiest men in the world?

BC Erm, baffling? No, I’ve been doing this job for a long time and it’s only recently that I’ve been blessed with this incredible good fortune by way of incredible opportunities. A side effect of all that is that kind of thing and it’s as funny to me as it is flattering.

Q Will we soon be seeing the last of you as Sherlock?

BC I genuinely don’t know. That’s not me trying to be mysterious. None of us knows if there will be a fourth, fifth or sixth series. (x)

(via iwantbenedictcumberbatch)

(Quelle: thepcapaldi, via darlingbenny)

tikken:

tikken:

club-kushi:

club-kushi:

i dont think anyone understands
he pressed the button and took multiple pictures of himself

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I think about this post at least once a week.

The ‘random’ button on my blog brought back this absolute gem.

tikken:

tikken:

club-kushi:

club-kushi:

i dont think anyone understands

he pressed the button and took multiple pictures of himself

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I think about this post at least once a week.

The ‘random’ button on my blog brought back this absolute gem.

(via with-your-number)

Goddess Hylia zc
sevnilock:

sherlock ~✿

sevnilock:

sherlock ~

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