CONCEAL DON’T FEEL DON’T LET THEM KNOW
Oh god, he’s like a puppy. He’s so excited. I feel like he’s about to jump up and down and wildly gesticulate in uncontrollable excitement.
I loved how Jennifer was smiling serenely at the camera, but Ben was looking all around, taking it in, like “omg omg OMG LOOK at all these famous people LOOK where I am fuckity fuck FUCK”
I’m probably going to sound like a ridiculous, mushy fangirl, but if I am, ignore me and move on. I’m so fucking proud and excited for Benedict. Look at him, presenting at the fucking Oscars. Look at the roles he’s been getting. The exposure he’s getting. It’s amazing. He came out of nowhere, emerged from the woodwork because he’s fucking brilliant, and in such a short time, he’s presenting at the Oscars. Baby. It makes me so happy.
I’m the British government and I can be very very cute.
that is the cutest bitchface I have ever seen.
"You’re my mother so I will not make rude faces at you but your credit score is going straight down the shitter when I get back to the office"
the blink-blink of doom
Why does it not say that I’ve liked and reblogged this? He’s lying, you know. He’s such a complete bastard.
Sherlock actor Andrew Scott has has spoken out publicly for the first time to say that “as a gay person” he condemns Russian president Vladimir Putin for introducing anti-gay legislation to the country.
In an interview with the independent, the BAFTA-award winning actor spoke about his role in upcoming BBC2 drama ‘Legacy,’ where he sports a Russian accent.
When asked how he came to adopt the accent, Scott said: “There isn’t a huge amount of footage of Russians speaking English as a second language, so I started looking at Vladimir Putin videos on YouTube.
“But then Putin introduced anti-gay legislation this summer – so, being a gay person, I switched to Rudolf Nureyev videos instead. It was another Nureyev defection of sorts!”
On the topic of keeping a low profile on being gay, he added: “Mercifully, these days people don’t see being gay as a character flaw.
“But nor is it a virtue, like kindness. Or a talent, like playing the banjo. It’s just a fact.
“Of course, it’s part of my make-up, but I don’t want to trade on it. I am a private person; I think that’s important if you’re an actor. But there’s a difference between privacy and secrecy, and I’m not a secretive person.
“Really I just want to get on with my job, which is to pretend to be lots of different people. Simple as that.”
Scott is also set to appear in gay comedy drama film ‘Pride,’ which centres around a group of LGBT activists who decide to raise money to support the families of striking miners during the summer of 1984.