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BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH

This blog is a place for my EDITS, my FANFICS and for all things SHERLOCK I like. There's a lot of BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH, a bit of ANDREW SCOTT and MARTIN FREEMAN - and occasionally the rest of the glorious SHERLOCK CAST.

And, let's not forget - THIRD STAR, CABIN PRESSURE etc...

JJ xx

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if actions speak louder than words
you speak so softly, my dear

our hands were made in pairs for a reason

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theadventuresofholmesandwatson:

junejuly15:

Yesterday I read the most ridiculous ‘argument’ in a tumblr post trying to point out how ‘problematic’ Benedict Cumberbatch was:
‘And now he plays Turing though he’s straight, that makes me uncomfortable tbh’
Well, you tried

as Carolyn Knapp-Shappey would say ‘They stop at nothing, these actors.’ :)

Perfect :)

ehcoxx:

。゜+ .Magician Sherlock゜+.゜  ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ

John:Give me back my underwear!!

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deebzy:

sad sad sad 

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ivyblossom:

This lie is a kindness.

John already lost Sherlock, buried him, and never managed to stop mourning him. There was no getting over Sherlock’s death for John, even after two years, and I expect he never really would have got over it if it had been true. When he talks about Sherlock two years on, he looks just as broken  as he did immediately after it happened. Sherlock’s death always stays fresh for him, even after he decides to move on. That’s a wound that wouldn’t ever entirely heal, unless Sherlock could do the impossible thing and do what John asked of him: don’t be dead.

The first time, he could.

So this time around, Sherlock knows he’s going to die for real, but keeps that fact from John. He lets John think that after his six months undercover, he’ll have some unknown, new adventure somewhere. And then another, and another. Swashbuckling his way across the planet, getting into scrapes and getting out of them again. Instead of John mourning Sherlock’s death forever, he could imagine him out there somewhere solving crimes, being brilliant, making the world a less dark place. He’d read about mysterious, amazing things in the papers and wonder if it’s Sherlock’s work. For the rest of his life he could image him like that, Sherlock the lone crusader, changing the world, unable to come home, unable to take John with him, but not for lack of wanting to, and not for lack of love. It’s just circumstances beyond their control. He’d be gone, but for John he’d still out there. Missing Sherlock is hard, but mourning him is harder.

Mary can tell when Sherlock is lying, but John can’t, and Sherlock knows it.

Sherlock now understands what his death would do to John. So he very kindly gives him something better.

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Yesterday I read the most ridiculous ‘argument’ in a tumblr post trying to point out how ‘problematic’ Benedict Cumberbatch was:
‘And now he plays Turing though he’s straight, that makes me uncomfortable tbh’
Well, you tried

The many faces of Benedict Cumberbatch »
aka, give the man an oscar already »
Part [2]

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The many faces of Benedict Cumberbatch »
aka, give the man an oscar already »
Part [1]

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tracionn:

Cabin Pressure Character Lables, all together together

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colinbakerstreet:

Benedict in Unlocking Sherlock

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junejuly15:

Sherlock - The Unaired Pilot

as76ie:

TIFF in black and white | Toronto Star

Canadian Press photographer Chris Young offers a 23 image portrait series shot during the Toronto International Film Festival.

Actor Andrew Scott.
Chris Young / The Canadian Press

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inferno92:

Truth is my light.

A3. done with rotring art pen EF & isograph pen 0.1/0.3

WIP-1  WIP-2  WIP-3  WIP-3

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