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one of the funniest interviews ever :)

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foxmouth:

Distant, 2014 | by Jacob Howard

foxmouth:

Landscapes, 2014 | by Justin Carrasquillo

foxmouth:

Landscapes, 2014 | by Anthony Samaniego

onthelosingside:

From the beginning

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he loved to make John smile 

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and laugh

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in good times

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and bad

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so is it such a surprise 

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that’s how he wanted   

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things to end?

“My reservation was ‘Well, this is a very iconic character, there will be a lot of attention on it,’ This was before I had had any significant success [but] I knew there would still be a lot of focus on it. And while I had done work, it wasn’t stepping into the populist limelight like playing a character like Holmes. So I did have a pause for thought.” (on why he almost turned down the role of Sherlock Holmes)
“My reservation was ‘Well, this is a very iconic character, there will be a lot of attention on it,’ This was before I had had any significant success [but] I knew there would still be a lot of focus on it. And while I had done work, it wasn’t stepping into the populist limelight like playing a character like Holmes. So I did have a pause for thought.” (on why he almost turned down the role of Sherlock Holmes)

benedictervention:

tea-and-smpathy:

atrickstertype:

thenorwoodbuilder:

Ok, so I had my try at it…

This is the single most useful thing I’ve ever seen.

This is really great, but the biggest issue is that the time of the show vs. the blog vs. the time necessary in real time are all massively divergent from aSiB on…

sort of how there is no possible way that the boys on Baker have a view of the main street from their sitting room, but everyone chooses to ignore it. like the stairwell holds a vorpal tunnel or something.

I always thought of it like my stairs, you go up, turn and go up again, So from that perspective it is possible to see the main street from their window.

Useful timeline though. I wonder if anyone has done anything similar for s3?

amygloriouspond:

∞ Scenes of Sherlock

John: What, are we on a schedule?
Sherlock: You’ll thank me.

trendingly:

This the last year where all 4 grades in high school are 90’s babies. The freshmen next year are gonna be 2000 babies…just pause for a moment and let that sink in.