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Re: Elementary, my dear Watson - Sherlock/Cumberbatch chat

Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2013 4:07 am
by serafina pekkala
I am on the Cumberfence but blimey ... you would. Star Trek promises good.

Re: Elementary, my dear Watson - Sherlock/Cumberbatch chat

Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 3:56 pm
by Beast
Oh dear Lord! I was enjoying it a lot as well. Hope this is wrong.

Yum yum yum re Star Trek pic. I think Ben looks delicious in this role. Much more attractive than as Sherlock (if you take away the coat). Probably because his hair is decent. And the tight top is hot. Have you seen the Empire cover? That is so rarrsome!

http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/movies/news ... cture.html

I just know he is going to be amazing in this role and I can't wait to lust manically after him!

Re: Elementary, my dear Watson - Sherlock/Cumberbatch chat

Posted: Thu Jan 10, 2013 12:27 am
by serafina pekkala
The cat tumblr made me do lol.

I saw a ST preview in cinema and it looks brill. I cannot wait now. Otterface does some good scary voiceovers.

Re: Elementary, my dear Watson - Sherlock/Cumberbatch chat

Posted: Thu Jan 10, 2013 12:43 am
by serafina pekkala
Zachary is the perfect Spock. Better even - he is just so prissy and that is hot. I would have happily watched the whole film. And Bones - also - perfect. Although I did roll my eyes at Scortash Simon Pegg with his Scortash accent, laddie. But next to Alice Eve in SATC2 - he is Gary Oldman good. I hope she doesn't ruin it.

Re: Elementary, my dear Watson - Sherlock/Cumberbatch chat

Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 4:30 pm
by serafina pekkala
astrid wrote:You mean tap o da marnin teh yeeeeee Alice Eve. My thoughts exactly.
Hahaha. It has got to be the worst accent i have heard in a while. In Ireland, she is kinda famous for it - poor lass. Hopefully ST will wipe this sin from her CV.
To be fair, a terrible Scottish accent has kind of been Scotty's traditional calling card. In fact, some might argue that Pegg is doing it *too* well.
We have heard worse but even so - in context, it is the tradition. Just sloppy accents make my blood boil.

The interview with ole Otterface (and his mum) and French and Saunders is most hilarious for his attempts at doing accents and not being good at all. At least he knows. Bless.

Re: Elementary, my dear Watson - Sherlock/Cumberbatch chat

Posted: Tue Jan 22, 2013 9:06 pm
by Cheeky Chezzy Woo
Pic of Cumberbatch from the new Assange movie:
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Re: Elementary, my dear Watson - Sherlock/Cumberbatch chat

Posted: Wed Jan 23, 2013 2:56 pm
by serafina pekkala
I can see it. But also ... :lol:

Australian accent to come too.

Re: Elementary, my dear Watson - Sherlock/Cumberbatch chat

Posted: Thu Jan 24, 2013 10:23 am
by Beast
Yeah, I'm reserving judgement for now. I'd say not the best look for him but could work when in character.

Re: Elementary, my dear Watson - Sherlock/Cumberbatch chat

Posted: Tue Mar 12, 2013 4:37 pm
by Beast
It's so sweet to see them messing about together. Love that it's all starting now even if we have to wait months to see it.

Re: Elementary, my dear Watson - Sherlock/Cumberbatch chat

Posted: Wed Mar 13, 2013 10:04 pm
by Cheeky Chezzy Woo
Another one has gone up where they both have grapes in their eyes :) Bless them both so much :D

Re: Elementary, my dear Watson - Sherlock/Cumberbatch chat

Posted: Fri Mar 15, 2013 10:35 am
by Beast
I think the one with both having grapes in their eyes is photoshopped?

I heard on the radio yesterday that a neighbour of Benedict's had been watching his every move and tweeting it and that he and his fans on Twitter had confronted her and stopped it. But Ben is not on Twitter and I've not read anything on there from fan sites although I am behind as usual. :?

Re: Elementary, my dear Watson - Sherlock/Cumberbatch chat

Posted: Fri Mar 15, 2013 2:19 pm
by serafina pekkala
I bet he gets some brilliant fan art though. Stop complaining, Cumberface. If they all left you tomorrow - you'd be gutted.

I saw some of Parade's End the other night. Great series but I still have problems with his non-Sherlock face. I hope he won't spoil Star Trek 2 with his gurning.

Re: Elementary, my dear Watson - Sherlock/Cumberbatch chat

Posted: Wed May 01, 2013 5:02 pm
by Beast
I had an actual conversation with Molly (Louise) last night! Ok, it was more of an argument but it's still a small degree of separation from Benedict. Plus Molly is the awesomeness and represents all of us who've suffered unrequited love. :D

Re: Elementary, my dear Watson - Sherlock/Cumberbatch chat

Posted: Thu May 30, 2013 12:53 pm
by Beast
Yay! STID is a great film and he is awesome in it which was obvious from the trailers. I also, and this surprises me being a lover of a svelte man, like him better a bit more bulky. And his hair is great like that too. Did anyone else think 'neck porn' when they shot over his shoulder in that scene? I was giggling to myself in the cinema. :D

I am loving Elementary too. I have no problem seeing him as Sherlock. Benedict has given his seal of approval too. I should have known the twist because surely they had to make more use of the brilliant Natalie Dormer and I did think why get an English girl to play an American? I would have preferred it if Benedict was Moriarty. Yes, I know. Longest shot in the world. But seeing him as Harrison shows what a delicious villain he can be. It would have made me squee. But other than right at the end I thought the last ep was below par compared to the rest of the series. :?

I know what you mean about the Johnny-come-latelies (with Mark too). Like when other fans got tickets to Robbie's intimate venue gigs when I've loved him for over twenty years!

Re: Elementary, my dear Watson - Sherlock/Cumberbatch chat

Posted: Tue Nov 05, 2013 6:20 pm
by Son of Tubbs returns!
Somebody is threatening to buy me a 2014 Cumberbatch Calendar!


Anway, roll on series three!