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arrow-fanatics:

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arrow-fanatics:

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villain-lover:

Benedict’s ice bucket challenge part1

larygo:

 Benedict Cumberbatch’s #IceBucketChallenge for #MND (x) [2/5]

larygo:

Benedict Cumberbatch’s #IceBucketChallenge for #MND (x) [4/5]

Matt’s message to Peter Capaldi

midgetnazgul:

somewhatdorky:

praisethecassass:

fructoselollipop:

Let’s all just take a moment to appreciate that Crowley has a portrait hanging in Hell of himself wearing a Nazi-style uniform with a pitchfork where the swastika would be.

Let’s just all take a moment to appreciate the fact that this was the first time that Misha saw that picture 

There is nothing about this that isn’t funny.

I love how he almost, ALMOST breaks character for half a second.

unthinkableyouandme:

arrow cast + ice bucket challenge

 Why Dunlop Wilkins? - Benedict Cumberbatch Dunlop Tire Ads [1 2 3]

mid0nz:

Yan Miles Won an Emmy for Editing Sherlock, His Last Vow!

You’re looking at Shezza getting his comeuppance before the scene was edited! On the left is what A Camera is recording (the main camera that captures the action) and B Camera on the right (the secondary camera that captures either another angle of the main action, or the actions of characters that are secondary to the main action). Yan Miles won an Emmy for artfully editing the footage from these cameras into a coherent story.

[Single-Camera editing, then, doesn’t mean the footage only comes from one camera. Multi-camera editing which is what you get on a soundstage, for example, when multiple cameras are pointed at a scene from the position of where the studio audience sits (the missing 4th wall.) In multi-camera editing the whole cast is present and plays out the action sequentially. This is the kind of set up you have for game shows, most sit-coms— anything before a live studio audience.]

underrated olicity moments