millie | 15 | england
likes 7% solutions (of tea)
watching: spn s6, hannibal s2, st:tos, pushing daisies s2
reading: shakespeare 24/7 tbh; ASOIAF
writing: idk, but chances are, it's porn.
this is like queue central rn but i only have one exam left yay
im really quite dull but sometimes i make things and break hearts good times
you should totally drop me an ask about anything to help me procrastinate ty uwu
oh and shout out to david tennant for being the nicest person ever <33
Still, Freeman’s is an unusual crookback. After Antony Sher’s spidery and revolting portrayal of the old boy in 1985 and Kevin Spacey’s more gimmicky Edward Scissorhands-style creation more recently, this actor’s portrayal is a lot less mannered and more naturalistic, and, for that reason, all the more terrifying. Even his hump is modest.
His right hand hangs limply down, and he occasionally nurses it with his left, which makes me think Lloyd inclines to the view that the king was a stroke victim. It is the small, prosaic touches to his performance – the scene, for instance, where he nonchalantly enjoys a bowl of soup as he barks out his orders – that makes the deadly deeds he perpetrates all the more disconcerting.
Freeman, who, with his beard and greying hair looks a lot like Kenneth Branagh, is a very good actor indeed. He makes a lot of his predecessors in the role suddenly look like appalling old show-offs.”
Moffatt has pretty much negated every possible sexuality or lack thereof for Sherlock.
Moffatt has said "I don’t think there is anything that suggests Sherlock is gay".