Despite there being a wide range of memorabilia that is being marketed to mashabiki these days; from the cheap and tacky, to the outrageously expensive, I believe that I have stumbled upon, not only a niche product, but also one that is truly unique, and most importantly one that provides value for money.
I am conducting a market research program, and as such, I would like to ask your opinion as to whether wewe would think that an interior ubunifu concept that I have developed, would be of any interest to fans, for me to songesha on to the production stage.
This is just my opinion and I have no intentions of offending anyone, that's not my style.
Okay so recently Benedict Cumberbatch mentioned his thoughts on the lack of black actors in the UK acting/entertainment industry. He alisema that the US was a better market for them, because they'd get a better shot at actually getting a chance to act. He wants zaidi black actors on the uigizaji scene.
Now that being said, some threw a hissy-fit about his use of the word "colored", in his statement. So much so that this actor, (who is doing fine in his own career and doesn't need to...
So, I am one of those people who remembers their dreams for a very long time. Last night I had a most detailed dream (I know many don't want to hear of other's dreams, but this one was fit to be, i think, an interesting movie, and that's the only reason why I am sharing it.) and it had Benedict Cumberbatch in it.
It was an Adventure/Fantasy genre movie, with an African, Roman, and Asian influenced environment.
A beautiful land of golden red hues, and a strong sunlit country. People of different races, and style of dress all co-lived in this place. It was like a...
This may turn out to be a really long orodha but while it will include some interesting facts which I think are lesser-known, the general already widespread points such as his Heterochromia and S. Africa incident won't be mentioned! Hope wewe enjoy!!!
1. He has his own Production Company - SunnyMarch
2. Some of his inayopendelewa sinema include - Ghostbusters, Annie Hall, 2001 Space Odyssey, John Hughes Classic Movies.
3. He loves skydiving, his first jump was in Namibia.
Ok this is a opinion of a none Johnlock fan. Don't hate appreciate. But John was never, ever gay. Just because the Shows an updated version doesn't mean there gay. trust me I want Sherlock to be in upendo as much as the inayofuata guy. In fact I want him to have kids with his lover. but that can't happen in a Johnlock themed show. sorry it's the truth:(. I am zaidi of a Sherlolly fan. come on, with all the ng'ombe she takes from Sherlock, at least she'll get something out of it. Besides she is all mousy and junk, she kind of needs someone to take care of her.
These are my inayopendelewa nukuu kwa Sherlock throughout the series in no particular order! Benedict does a fantastic job of delivering all the lines and every single expression is unique in its own way!!! ^__^
1. “I'm a consulting detective. The only one in the world. I invented the job.”
2. “Anderson, don’t talk out loud. wewe lower the IQ of the whole street.”
3. “Come on! Where is her case? Did she eat it?”
4. “Oh! wewe meant 'spectacularly ignorant' in a nice way.”
Benedict Cumberbatch — What? Benedict Cumberbatch? The guy’s as goofy looking as his name. What’s to upendo about a pasty thin British nub with moppy hair and a dorky smile? I mean, besides the voice. The sly demeanor. The glimmery eyes. The impeccable cheekbones. His cerebral approach to his craft. Maybe it’s his keen fashion sense, au maybe it’s just the scarf. au maybe it’s because he’s the best goddamn Sherlock in the history of Sherlocks. In real life, the man was once kidnapped and locked into the shina of his car kwa six men in South Africa, and he smart-talked his way out...
I get an barua pepe informing me that Sherlock Holmes's kanzu, koti is now available to buy. It's the one Benedict Cumberbatch modelled to excellent effect in the BBC series Sherlock; it's kwa Belstaff, it's called Milford and it costs £1,350, which is a hell of a lot of money. But then, it's a hell of a coat. Sharp, yet swishy. Dramatic. Dandy/manly. I really upendo that coat. I'd buy one for all my lovers, if I could afford to.
Admittedly, I could be somewhat influenced kwa the fact that I fancy the – well, the kanzu, koti – off of Benedict Cumberbatch. My crush on him is vast, unlikely, and...
During the director/actor commentary of Amazing Grace Benedict was mentioned a few times.
Michael Apted (MA): ...Benedict Cumberbatch, this is his first really big role, and what was so interesting, meeting him, was just like Wilberforce comes from a trading community, it was important that William Pitt came from nobility, and as soon as Benedict walked in, wewe knew, Ioan Gruffudd (IG): Immediately. Yes, he has that sort of quality about him. MA: He has class. IG: Absolute class. Classy guy. Absolutely.