1. amygloriouspond:

    ∞ Scenes of Sherlock

    He’s clueing for looks.

  2. frostingpeetaswounds:

    that one character you would literally die for to protect if they were real

  3. cumberbatchcoffeeklatch:

    I like it when he gets all dominant ;)

  4. mostly-benedict:

    Danny Boyle’s production of Frankenstein, with Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller, will return to cinemas worldwide this October! Find out more HERE

    Frankenstein Encore Trailer 2014

  5. mostly-benedict:

    Danny Boyle’s production of Frankenstein, with Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller, will return to cinemas worldwide this October! Find out more HERE

    Frankenstein Encore Trailer 2014

  6. rox712:

    Fourth Barbican Post: How to get there

    The good news is that Barbican has its own tube station. The station is served by the Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines, so getting there is not a problem. The bad news is that Barbican is not only the theatre, it’s a whole estate (see second picture). So, if you ask anyone how to get to the Barbican, they will smile at you, and they’ll tell you that all that you see getting out of the tube station is the Barbican. (Yes, that’s exactly what happened to semioticsofdeduction and me)

    Here’s what you have to do: across the street is Beech Street, the one that looks like a tunnel. That’s the way you have to go. On the other side of the tunnel you walk up to the next corner. That’s Silk Street. Turn right and now you should see the Bs from the first picture and the glass roofs that frame the Barbican theatre’s fly tower. That’s the entrance. (On the left of it, you’ll find the very nice stage door) Go through the hallway and behind the glass doors you’ll see the counter where you’ll get your tickets and to the left the entrance to the theatre.

    That’s it, that was my last post about the theatre. If you can, do yourself a favour and explore the Barbican Centre a little bit. It’s a great space for the arts. It has cinemas, restaurants, a concert hall, two theatres and a library. We were at Digital Revolution, a wonderful exhibition, but it sadly ends September 14th. As always, if you have any questions, ask away.

    First Barbican Post: The Auditorium

    Second Barbican Post: Backstage

    Third Barbican Post: The Stage

  7. angela4hiddleston:

    gaaladrieel:

    rdjdumbgenius:

    WHERE IS MY VIDEO THOMAS? WHEEEEERE?

    Watch it here!

    omg it’s in slow motion. lol

  8. carry-on-my-otp:

    Thank you for waring a white t-shirt, Tom, and thank you for nominating Benedict Cumberbatch and Luke Evans

  9. karin-woywod:

    Small - 2014 05 25 - Monaco - Monte Carlo - F1 Grand Prix by David Davies

    Open in new tab / window for the 600 pixels versions !

    Caption : May 25, 2014; Monte Carlo, Monaco; Motor Racing - Formula One World Championship - 2014 Monaco Grand Prix - Race Day - Circuit de Monaco. Actor Benedict Cumberbatch during the 2014 Monaco Grand Prix at the Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco. Picture date: Sunday May 25, 2014. Photo credit should read: David Davies

  10. avawatson:

I was taking screencaps of TEH (as you do) and cropped this out to show the better shot of the lighting on Sherlock and I just wanted to put it out there at this shot is friggin’ beautiful. Torture notwithstanding. But the lighting of the torturer, the painterly quality of the walls and table and window, the wetness and texture of the stone tile, the line of Mycroft’s body, the stairs up and away. This is gorgeous. Guys, say what you will about Sherlock and maybe TEH specifically but sometimes I’m still overwhelmed by how good this show is.

    avawatson:

    I was taking screencaps of TEH (as you do) and cropped this out to show the better shot of the lighting on Sherlock and I just wanted to put it out there at this shot is friggin’ beautiful. Torture notwithstanding. But the lighting of the torturer, the painterly quality of the walls and table and window, the wetness and texture of the stone tile, the line of Mycroft’s body, the stairs up and away. This is gorgeous. Guys, say what you will about Sherlock and maybe TEH specifically but sometimes I’m still overwhelmed by how good this show is.

  11. bcgifs - Little Charles

  12. rox712:

    First Barbican Post

    As I told you yesterday semioticsofdeduction and I did the Hidden Barbican Tour with the wondeful Julian Fox, the keeper of Barbican’s stage door. And since we learned so many interesting things and were allowed to take pictures, I will do a few posts about it this week.

    Because of reasons, I’ll start with the auditorium. I tried to take as many different angles as possible, so that you guys get an overview. It was designed by the Royal Shakespear Company and it has 1.156 seats. The RSC wanted the audience to be near and so no seat is further afar than 21 meters. The camera makes it look bigger. When Julian opened the curtain, we were all surprised at how close everything is. It has no centre aisle, but every row has a door on each side. Every little light on the side walls demarcates a door.

    In the first three pictures of the auditorium you can see the stalls, and the next ones show you the circle, the upper circle and the gallery. I don’t know if you can see it, but the higher the seatings the nearer to the stage they are build. The upper circle overlaps the circle and the same happens to the gallery.

    Julian told us the the seats have been voted by the audience as the most comfortable ones in London. And the curtain is not a curtain. It is a silver metal barier that disappears up and down. So the line that you see on the last pic is not the stage line, it’s just the separation line of the curtain. The stage is lower.

    That’s it for today. Way to much information, I know, but it was such a great experience to get to know all this. If you have any questions, ask away.

  13. thisthatalltheother:

Okay, now that’s pretty funny. (x)

    thisthatalltheother:

    Okay, now that’s pretty funny. (x)