SherlockLives on Twitter!!! (2013/11/29)
My best friend, and he’d kill me for saying that’s what he was, is dead. Sherlock Holmes is dead.
But, by God, he’ll never be forgotten.
In which Mark Gatiss thinks that it’s actually easy to wait that 1.3 seconds. Ha. Haha. (x)
x - “…he’ll never be forgotten.”
In London during rush hour tomorrow morning, around Baker Street, North Gower Street, or even St Bart’s Hospital?
Well, we understand there may, finally, be a chance to pay your #r3spects… If you are able to, share a picture of a certain vehicle containing some special news…
I just got back from the Frankenstein screening in Munich. And I still can’t express my feelings properly. Of course it was amazing. I totally underestimated Jonny Lee Miller from the bits and pieces I’ve seen so far of him in this play. His version of the creature was so intense!
I had goosebumps and shivered and laughed and almost cried. It really was an emotional journey.
Now I can’t wait to see Creaturebatch.
But the best thing was to walk out of the cinema to welcome the first snow of the year. If you are familiar with the ending of Frankenstein you may understand…
I just moved and won’t have internet for god knows how long. It’s a tragedy! I don’t know when I’ll be able to update my blog. The Cumberbatch withdrawal already is unbearable *sigh*
Benedict in NYC on October 11, 2013.
Photography by Gina Nicole all rights reserved.
Sherlock’s a bit possessive about his shock blanket.
Excerpt from “A Study in Scarlet, Part 1”, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
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