wsswatson:

To be honest, the Mark Gatiss DNA interview because we now have solid proof that he lies when it comes to Holmes and Watson’s relationship - what he says in this interview about The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes is contradicted by both himself and its writer, Billy Wilder.

Mark…

sherlockian-humour:

Approved by Dr. John Hamish Watson

onthelosingside:

welovethebeekeeper:

gosherlocked:

A love story in two pictures (3)

Desperation.

"It was worth the wound …" onthelosingside:

welovethebeekeeper:

gosherlocked:

A love story in two pictures (3)

Desperation.

"It was worth the wound …"

onthelosingside:

welovethebeekeeper:

gosherlocked:

A love story in two pictures (3)

Desperation.

"It was worth the wound …"

"I’m well aware that five years ago – maybe even just two or three years ago – I wouldn’t have been asked to write a column about fan culture. I wouldn’t have pitched it, either. But the world has changed – is changing, and quickly. Many fans have spent years, decades, even, shielding themselves from mainstream scrutiny – but it’s impossible to deny that the scrutiny is here, butting up against things a lot of people have held cloistered for a long time (and, given the misunderstanding and mockery, with good reason). As technology advances, the shapes of our conversations change, as does the way we consume media – and even the way that media is created is shifting. We’re watching the world of entertainment and the way we engage with it reshape itself in real time. And it’s easier than ever to see the other people who love our thing, or the people who make our thing, or the people who want to monetise our love of the thing."

elizabethminkel, introducing her new regular column on fan culture for the NS, asks whether 2014 is indeed the “Year of the Fan”. (via newstatesman)

(MY FIRST COLUMN YOU GUYS!!!)

AW YEAH.

(via professorfangirl)

Anonymous Asked
QuestionThat article made me feel like I'm in an abuse cycle. I watch the show and read the metas and I'm happy and going about my business. Then, a creator says you're delusional, a fan of a show in your head, you're ludicrous, it's all a joke and I'm beat down and I think all those things must be true and I'm not thinking straight. I'm down and I'm staying down. I am so tired of this. Answer

cantpronounce:

anigrrrl2:

And this is the problem with the things they say. It’s hurting real people to protect a storyline, and that is not okay.

but what if it’s not hurting a storyline? What if they are saying what they are thinking? Because it could be. In that sense it’s our responsibility not to become convinced with something which isn’t sure, so we don’t end up hurting because we feel betrayed.

(don’t kill me…).

onthelosingside:

welovethebeekeeper:

abitnotgood:

So I’m going through frames looking for good pictures of Mary smiling and suddenly…

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Oh dear me!!! It says it all. 

'you look like you hate her when she can't see you'

cumberbatchweb:

The Prince’s Trust yesterday sent out an email containing a quote from Benedict Cumberbatch thanking everyone who was kind enough to donate to our fundraiser this year in honour of The Princes Trust.

Benedict said:

“I’m so proud of my fans and the importance they’ve seen…

abitnotgood:

teacroft:

remember that fic where sherlock raced through a crowd of people screaming at them to move and then ripped through a bonfire in order to bodily drag john out of it and then cupped his face and looked down at him like he was the most precious thing in the worl-

oh wait

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"Why do all the script pages have this funny little squiggle on them?  What is Ay-Oh-Three?"

  • me 3 years ago: an unappealing awkward person
  • me now: an unappealing awkward person with a blog

atlinmerrick:

atlinmerrick:

Here’s another one of those “How old is he again?” photos, yet no matter how hard I squint and stare and wish another 12 years on him he’s still young enough to be my almost-teen-pregnancy child. Which bothers me far less than it should.

Three years on and I still find it fascinating how, especially when he’s Sherlock, Benedict can sometimes look well into his 40s. Then he’s clowning on some red carpet and looks about twelve.