THE THRILLING SAGA
Will Smith recognized the cameraman!
I wish that I could hug whoever made this.
the last time i reblogged this i got an angry anon.
let’s try this again, shall we?
FUCK YES. I NEED TO SHOW THIS TO MY ENTIRE FAMILY.
ignore your responsibilites and fantasize about older men
Have a beluga kissing a walrus.
There is definitely something alien about Benedict Cumberbatch. This was exaggerated the first time we properly met. He arrived late, he often is, but with the flurry of apology that he means utterly, and sounds faintly bored of having to give so frequently.
He is immediately intelligent. He’s on his front foot and yet asking questions. Over the long casting period we discussed with him many times, which of our four leads he could play. What makes him different from most of the actors we saw was of course that he can play so many different parts. Again it’s the hint of ‘shape-shifter’ that gilds his gifts.
But there was something I needed in James that so few people could portray. And of course Benedict understood it immediately, which is why he is one of the great actors of his generation. But it takes confidence and belief, total artistic commitment and an amazing lack of vanity for a young actor in his first real leading role to know that he can play this character on the edge of likability and get away with it. Of course Benedict does.
The ability to play these complications is another matter. He is of course just a brilliant actor. For me his most impressive ability, as I have said before, is to be technically brilliant, while all the while looking as though there is nothing but gut reaction going on.
He is rare even amongst the acting breed. If the character description says handsome: he is. If it says Nasty: he is. Older: he is… Younger: he is. For this reason I just can’t wait to see what he will become.
— Vaughan Sivell, producer and screenwriter for Third Star