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My entry to Let’s Draw Sherlock Project for August - Sept 2013.
This is my first entry to Let’s Draw Sherlock project.
This scene is taken from A Single Man. The original scene was actually between Colin Firth and Matthew Goode (George and Jim). I was looking for a Johnlock reference and I think this movie represented it well. The story is about a man named George in coping with his partner Jim’s death. A very recommended film to those who craved for something artsy and different.
John is increasingly irritated at the sound of the party. He walks over to his Hi Fi and starts to put on a record.
As he does he glances back at the sofa…..
And the flashback starts… The quote above taken from the Original Screenplay of A Single Man (I changed the name to John, though :D).
The idea came up when I listen to this song, the song is so heartbreaking and fits the post-Reichenbach mood.
"Somehow I can still see you… That you’ve never truly left.” As John stared across the sofa he saw the shadow of the man he once knew. Sherlock was the only reality he chose to believe. And now he chose not to believe in anything. Not even his own eyes. His reality had gone in a pool of blood on the pavement before St. Barts that day…
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oh my god Nightvale.
Jeez, Night Vale.
Elton John Delivers Classic Set at 2013 iTunes Festival on September 12, 2013
Meanwhile actors Tom Hiddleston and Benedict Cumberbatch were spied dancing up a storm in the front row of the upstairs balcony.
I don’t want to rain on anyone’s parade here…
But for the love of god don’t do this. Hundreds of people have worked extremely hard to bring us Sherlock, and doing this is just like a slap in the face.
People make me so fuckin angry omg Gatiss and Moffat and all the cast and crew work really hard to make this show for us. They work long hours (hours they could be with friends and family) because they KNOW we love this show and i’m sure they look forward to our reaction. SO SHOW A LITTLE RESPECT.
WHO THE FUCK THOUGHT THAT WAS A GOOD IDEA
IF THIS IS ALL TO GET “EVEN” WITH MOFFAT OR GATISS HOW WOULD YOU FEEL WHEN THE CAST AND CREW (INCLUDING BENEDICT, MARTIN, LOUISE, ETC.) DONT FEEL LIKE YOU’VE APPRECIATED WHAT THEYVE DONE.
HOW WOULD YOU FEEL IF BECAUSE OF YOUR “3 DAYS OF SILENCE” BEN AND MARTIN DECIDE TO DROP SHERLOCK?
YOU PEOPLE ARE DUMB. STOP.
you make a good point
I’ve seen this going around and people thinking it’s a great idea. Like, greatest thing since sliced bread idea. And it pisses me off to no end. It hasn’t been that long, really. There are shows that have been off of air forever because they ended and they got the biggest fucking cliff hangers ever.
I understand, we’ve waited, sure, but we’re not the most suffering fandom for fuck’s sake. And this. This is despicable. Moffat and Gatiss did this just to torture all of us? No, I really don’t think so. I think they’ve had other things to work on, just like our actors have. I love Sherlock, but this show is not the only thing in the world. I mean, can we focus on how many movies Benedict is getting in! And how about Martin fucking Freeman being Bilbo fucking Baggins? We aren’t the only thing that exists in the world.
This isn’t disrespectful to just Gatiss and Moffat, who have been working to give us the show we love, it’s goddamnmotherfucking disrespectful to the actors and screenwriters, directors, lighting specialists, cosmetologists and everyone else that works to make this the show that we love so much.
So please, don’t do this. And most of us know it’s stupid and rude so we’re not going to do it and you’re whole “plan” will be in vain.
Sherlock will never die, in fact fandoms will never ever die. Do you believe this is happening?
Nope. I loved Sherlock and always will and I will always love it no matter what.
And I will not do this “silence” thing. Nope. I’ll probably go crazy after Series 3 aired. Maybe I’ll flip up and down the street and scream like a loon, “GUYS YOU SHOULD WATCH SHERLOCK!!!”
"I felt very sentimental on the last day of shooting, thinking, ‘Oh, I’ve got to say goodbye to him again.’ He’s fucking hard work, always has been, but I love him, and I got sad that I wasn’t going to see him again for a while."
- Benedict Cumberbatch on Martin Freeman and wrapping Sherlock S3.
From a new interview in The Guardian. Read the full piece, focused on The Fifth Estate.