I was going for minimalism but I think I came out with magician.
The Doctor - Time Heist (via doctorwho)

tomhiddleston-gifs:

Magnus being tired of people’s shit

top fifty episodes || buffy the vampire slayer 
 38. Revelations

stick-em-with-the-pointy-end:

If you blog anything from Angel the Series, I want to follow you. Reblog this for a follow, thank you!!!

hollowcrownfans:

Photos from the set of The Hollow Crown in Ashridge! Fan reports that Benedict Cumberbatch is costumed in a long curly wig, fur cape and (tight) leather trousers. We believe that’s him in the photograph! It looks to be Camp Lancaster though, judging by the flag of the red rose!

We do not own these photos, credit to the photographer. Thanks to @AnythingBatch for the  heads up!

Update: Thanks to @wholock, that definitely is Benedict in the top photo! Very exciting!!

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this-fiennes-is-mines:

My Shakespeare


When: 13th October 2014 (UK) | January 2015 (US)




1 x 60min documentary for PBS. TX: 13th October 2014, Sky Arts 1, 8pm.



Hugh Bonneville started his career as an understudy for Ralph Fiennes in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Open Air Theatre in London’s Regent’s Park. He revisits the theatre where his love for Shakespeare blossomed and catches up with Ralph to talk about why the play has enduring appeal. Interviews include David Walliams and Sheridan Smith.
It will air in the US in January 2015 under the title Shakespeare Uncovered.
via: http://www.hughbonneville.uk/project/my-shakespeare
But I don’t want to wait until January!!! This is so unfair. *commences extremely ugly sobbing*

this-fiennes-is-mines:

My Shakespeare

When: 13th October 2014 (UK) | January 2015 (US)

1 x 60min documentary for PBS. TX: 13th October 2014, Sky Arts 1, 8pm.

Hugh Bonneville started his career as an understudy for Ralph Fiennes in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Open Air Theatre in London’s Regent’s Park. He revisits the theatre where his love for Shakespeare blossomed and catches up with Ralph to talk about why the play has enduring appeal. Interviews include David Walliams and Sheridan Smith.

It will air in the US in January 2015 under the title Shakespeare Uncovered.

via: http://www.hughbonneville.uk/project/my-shakespeare

But I don’t want to wait until January!!! This is so unfair. *commences extremely ugly sobbing*