I love the passion you put when you talk about Benedict C. So I would like to know 5 things you love about him (physically or his personality) take your time. Thanks!
Hello! This kind of ask is always so
hard to answer! But also fun, so sit back and relax…it’s going to
be a long one!
Personality: I have had a few celeb
crushes throughout my years and none have ever stuck, quite like Bc
and it’s because of his personality, his charisma. I have never seen
a celebrity as real as Bc is. This dude can’t hide his dorkness to
save his life and I love that. He’s not pretending to be goofy or
nerdy, this man IS a legit dorkus malorkus. And he’s never ashamed of
that. Sure he can pull it together to be suave and sophisticated when
needed, and who doesn’t love that kind of ‘batch that swoons are made
of, BUT he can’t hide his playfulness and his childlike wonderment
for the world around him.
He’s photo bombed, he’s been moved to
tears, his PDA with Sophie because he’s so proud to have his girl
beside him is just so sweet!!, and if he’s outraged, you bet he’s
going to have his say. This man manages to move about the world like
nobody is watching him, even when all eyes are on him!! and that to
me is amazing. He is always himself.
Regardless of what is
happening in the world, Benedict always comes across as being
grateful for being alive. I’m sure it has to do with his near death
experiences that make him really live the life he’s always wanted.
You can’t just throw the word privileged out there and say well he
grew up privileged and so he had the upper hand in the world. I don’t
agree with that. I know people who have had all the privilege and
done nothing with it. I know of people who have had nothing and have
accomplished so much. It all comes to how you see the world, and Bc
knows there is bad in this world, he knows we as global citizens are
in trouble, but he doesn’t let that stop him from living and working,
and from lending a hand via monetary, personal items, vocal or his
time, to support whatever charity causes he can so they can get
things accomplished. That is the power of Benedict Cumberbatch. He
just cares and he is always trying to be the best human being he can.
I don’t practice that a lot in my own life, but watching Bc and
supporting him, it gives me so much encouragement to keep living and
to keep striving to be the best person I can be and to always stay
true to myself.
His Work Ethic: I think if
anything is synonymous with the name Benedict Cumberbatch, it’s gotta
be his work ethic. The man never seems to take a break! He goes from
one job to the next and he still manages to fit in time with this
family. But most importantly he builds up rapport with everybody
he works with. The Collective have never heard a bad word from
anybody that has worked with Bc. His costars seem to grow to love him
and I mean how can ya not…just read above and try not be
Cumberbatched! To me, Bc doesn’t just see this as a job, as a career
that he’s in to make money. He loves to act, he loves to research and
learn all about what and whom he is playing. He doesn’t just put on
the Belstaff coat and bam! Hes Sherlock, he doesn’t just put on the
Cloak and bam! He’s Doctor Strange, he didn’t just do Smaug’s voice
in a recording booth and call it a day. He actually got on the ground
and became Smaug, he used his entire body to create that voice.
When Benedict uses his
entire body to make the characters come to life it is just amazing.
Listening to Cabin Pressure, he is Martin Crieff!! You can’t see him but just hearing him as Martin and imagining that he is the hapless but well meaning young pilot who’s
always getting the short end of the stick and being bested by
Douglass. It’s more than just the pitch of the voice or the accent,
it’s more than just the costume he puts on. You HEAR it, you SEE it through his
eyes, his hands, his facial expressions. Using all of the body’s movements and senses, that is the Cumberbatch way! Because he takes
becoming these characters very seriously, he works damn hard at creating this
world of fiction to come alive. Even more so when he is playing somebody
who existed in real life, like Alan Turing and Billy Bulger.
Anybody can act. You just
walk in, learn the script and repeat the words, right? Well not if
yer Benedict Cumberbatch. That man will walk in, learn the script,
ask questions, repeat the words and floor everybody in the room,
because he gets right into the heart of what the character is feeling
and thinking. He made me fall in love and sympathize with his Richard
iii, he made me cry when lil Charles was getting berated by his mother, he made
scream in pain at stephen’s first look at his damaged hands and he
made me wish I could hug and comfort his Alan, at the thought of him
losing his Christopher. So yes anybody can act, and anybody can work
at acting, but you have to be Benedict Cumberbatch to be able to pull
it off, flawlessly!
His love for Sophie: We all
know that Bc is such a romantic. He learned it from watching his own
father adore his mother. Bc made it known early on that what he
wanted more than a successful career was to have his own family. To
be married and be a father. To add children to enhance his already growing and rich
life. He finally found that with Sophie Hunter and nothing in this
world makes me happier, than to see Benedict with Sophie. You cannot
deny that the boy has it BAD for that girl and that is why he put a
ring on it and started banging out (pun intended LOL) Cumberbabies
You cannot tell me that when
Bc floated down that red carpet with Sophie during the Oscars 2015,
it was only because he was excited he was nominated for Best Actor.
NOPE. That man floated because he was carrying sunshine wherever he
went and that was because not only was he was being recognized for
his work, but mama was carrying precious cargo in her belly. Of
course Benedict’s work makes him happy, but the life he created with
Sophie, the children they have, is what keeps that sweet man going
because it’s all he’s ever wanted and I’m so glad and grateful to
Sophie for keeping our boy full of sunshine that it radiates from his
entire body and it affects us all in the most beautiful ways. He and
Sophie make relationship goals more than just a hashtag. They make it
a must for all that believe that true love is real and available to
all those who seek it :)
His Face: The eyes. Those
lips. That hair. And the cheekbones you could cut yourself on!
sighhhh I don’t have fancy words to describe Bc’s face. All I know is
that when I look at his face, the words ugly, weird, alien, otter or
sloth never come to mind. I see beauty in it’s most perfect form.
Bc during Sherlock s1 was so young and fresh and pretty but as the
years went by, the young and fresh went to dramatic and breathtaking
to older and wiser and to tired with stories to tell. Benedict is an
age chameleon. In his middle 30s he could look in his early 20s. Now
in his early 40s he can easily look as if he was in his late 20s! He
can make Sherlock look like he’s been through hell and back, (not to
mention the sexiest fucked up of a mess that shezza can be) and he
can make Sherlock look at peace and happy like that little pirate he once was before his innocence was drowned.
Bc can go from model ready for
the cover of vanity fair, to hipster hanging out with friends, or to
dad on casual day at the office. He is the man with a thousand looks
and faces and all of them are beautiful and real. Bring on the age
because I can’t wait to see how much more this man will drive us wild
when he’s in his 60s!
His Humanity: All the things
that I mentioned above, would not be possible if it wasn’t for
Benedict’s humanity. He thinks and applies being altruistic in all
that he does. He cares about his fans, he cares about the world, he
cares about speaking out for those who don’t have a voice. His
humanity is what generates through him to project and
promote, togetherness, love and understanding. His humanity is what makes him the most attractive human being on this earth.
To be a member of the
CumberCollective is something special. I don’t always follow the
right path and I shoot my mouth off way too much,( I can’t help it, it’s who I am lol) but that doesn’t
mean I don’t care about my fellow human beings. It’s hard for
somebody like me to care for people when people have been shitty to
me my entire life, but Benedict makes me want remain on this planet and to be a member of this group of fans that are better than me,
that can show me the way to try to be a better human being. I fail so much
at that, but having friends in this fandom that practice that and get
it right on a daily basis (like @elennemigo and @sobeautifullyobsessed ) seeing Benedict interact with his fans
at events or even on the street, these things matter to me and it
helps me to see that the end of the day, even somebody like me, just might be…human :)
Today one of my classmates, who claims to be a “Sherlock fan” said he kinda started to dislike Benedict after he watched The Imitation Game because he was playing a gay man.
My boy, I have some bad news for you.
Marvel Debuts the First 'Avengers: Infinity War' Trailer at D23: Spider Senses, Thanos and Chris Evans With a Beard
Not to slight Comic-Con’s infamous Hall H, but D23, Disney’s fan expo, was the place to be for any card-carrying Marvel fan. One week ahead of Marvel Studio’s SDCC takeover, head honcho Kevin Feige took the stage during Walt Disney Studios’ live-action panel to unveil the first trailer for Avengers: Infinity War.
“Almost every single hero that we’ve ever introduced is going to be in that film. Why you ask? Because of one person.” Feige told the crowd, signaling the entrance of Josh Brolin, who plays the Avengers’ ultimate big bad, Thanos.
As for the heroes who will take the Mad Titan? Feige introduced them one by one: Paul Bettany (Vision), Elizabeth Olsen (Scarlet Witch), Pom Klementieff (Mantis), Karen Gillan (Nebula) and Dave Bautista (Drax). Is that enough to take down Thanos?
“Drax ain’t sh*t,” Brolin taunted.
Next came Don Cheadle (War Machine), Sebastian Stan (Winter Solider), Anthony Mackie (Falcon) and Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange). “The only thing that could make me geek out even more is if Spider-Man swung in here,” Feige said. Enter Tom Holland, followed by “king” Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther).
“I’m feeling pretty cocky,” Brolin said.
“We also have a Hulk,” Feige replied.
Mark Ruffalo (Bruce Banner) and his “friend from work” Chris Hemsworth (Thor) arrived, at which point Feige teased, “I guess it’s worth bringing out the man who started it all.” At which point Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man) took the stage, along with one half of the Russo Brothers, who are directing Infinity War.
Joe Russo announced they are currently halfway wrapped on the movie, which hits theaters on May 4, 2018, marking the 10-year anniversary of Iron Man. He then sneakily debuted the Infinity War trailer exclusively for D23. It’s nearly impossible to describe everything in the footage, but here are some quick notes to tide you over until the trailer is available for all:
It begins with Mantis declaring, “We are arriving.” Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) replies, “All right, Guardians, don’t forget this might be dangerous. So, let’s put on our mean faces.” At which point an unconscious Thor crashes into the windshield of their spaceship, is taken inside and woken up by Mantis. “Who the hell are you guys?” he asks.
Meanwhile, on Earth, Scarlet Witch uses her powers near an exploded-out bus. Loki (Tom Hiddleston) wields the Tesseract. Spider-Man’s arm hairs tingle, signaling an introduction to Spidey senses. “Death follows him like a shadow,” someone warns. Another voice says, “He’s coming to us.”
“Fun really isn’t something one considers with balancing the universe,” Brolin said in voice over as a shot appears of Gamora (Zoe Saldana) amid indistinct destruction. “But this does put a smile on my face.” Then, from the blackness, a badass Thanos steps out in his armor.
Then the shots get quicker: Thanos is fighting the Guardians with an assist from Strange. Peter Parker fights in the Iron Spider suit from the end of Spider-Man: Homecoming. Black Panther unsheathes his claws. There’s a look between Scarlet Witch and the Vision. Captain America (Chris Evans) steps out from the shadows with a beard. Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) is blonde. The Hulk Buster. “Tony, I’m fine,” a clearly injured Peter Parker says. “I’m sorry.”
The teaser ends with Thanos decking Iron Man using the Infinity Gauntlet, noticeably missing at least two gems. Still, he uses the glove to make a planet explode, if I’m not mistaken, and make fire rain from the skies. As the screen faded to black, the crowd stood to give a standing ovation and I couldn’t help but scream, “HOLY SH*T!”
The sparks really fly in Cumberbatch’s illuminating movie
Benedict Cumberbatch is as switched on as you would be if you were portraying Thomas Edison, inventor of the electric light, phonograph and many other things we take for granted.
I’m in the make-up trailer as Cumberbatch is having hairpieces woven into his own hair, so he can play the canny and cantankerous Edison in director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s film The Current War, about the intense rivalry between Edison and George Westinghouse (Michael Shannon).
The movie — which also features Nicholas Hoult as another pioneering inventor, Nikola Tesla — looks at the race to design a system that will distribute the new-fangled electricity to the masses in America.
Cumberbatch said because ‘everything is at our fingertips’ we have little comprehension of what the world was like in Edison’s day.
‘Every century has those moments where inventions are coming thick and fast,’ he said. ‘Imagine how what was once industrial became domestic — like the washing machine. Now imagine the world without it. Now imagine a world without the power to make it work.’
The actor has always been drawn to projects that look at the lengths people will go to ‘to carve out history for themselves’.
Edison, for instance, had a gift not just for science, but for self-promotion.
Director Gomez-Rejon hopes that Westinghouse, who had a rival electricity company to Edison, will be remembered for his contribution to making current accessible to the masses.
‘People associate Edison with inventing things he probably didn’t, because he did brand himself, and I don’t say whether that’s good or bad. Westinghouse was a man of honour, but can you win by doing the right thing?’
The Current War, which also stars Tuppence Middleton as Edison’s first wife Mary, and Tom Holland (the new Spider-Man), will open here late this year.
Meanwhile, Cumberbatch has been working on two Avenger films featuring Doctor Strange, as well as a five-part adaptation of the Patrick Melrose novels by Edward St Aubyn (called Melrose) for Sky Atlantic and Showtime.
He’s… Mercurial. Shear talent. A genius. One of the leading actors in the world. An incredibly formidable presence. A Porsche 911.
Great people about Cumberbatch.
“Hands down, I believe that he’s the most versatile, surprising and charismatic actors of our time.”
Christina Bianco, actress
“Benedict transforms, he doesn’t act. He becomes Turing.”, Morten Tyldum, director
"Even as a 13-year old, he was obviously an outstanding actor - a combination of intuition and intellect. It’s probably once in a lifetime that you find a boy actor as magnificent as this. I don’t think I had to speak or work with him in any way when I was directing him. I felt like I was working with a fellow professional rather than a schoolboy.”
Mr. Tyrell, Cumberbatch’s acting teacher in Harrow
“Benedict is witty, mercurial… thoughtful and expert. He’s very intelligent but he doesn’t let it show by commenting on the character he is playing.”
Richard Eyre, theater director
"He has a sensibility and an oddness to him… and a directness and a fantastic sense of humor (…) So I respect him on a pretty fundamental level (…) He’s an actor who has the ability to play in the outer field of basic acting work (…) He is a very generous, very sensitive, very thoughtful, focused, disciplined actor and, you know, when you work with somebody like that it’s just like playing… like Ronnie Scotts with B.B. King… it’s just a question of when or if… you know when someone’s got it and he’s got it.”
Tom Hardy, actor
“He’s a fabulous actor and happens to have the zeitgeist. Sherlock has lifted him into a global star but he manages to combine stardom with utter brilliance which is really rare.”
Hay Festival director Peter Florence
“Cumberbatch is a remarkable actor. He can quietly project the inner turmoil that more animated actors can only mimic.”
Matthew Gilbert, TV critic
“Benedict Cumberbatch is shear talent. I mean he’s such a fantastically talented actor. He has a marvelous look of course, he has cheekbones you could shave Parmesan of and he’s just a magnificently talented actor. I’ve seen him do so many different things, with such style and he’s also an incredibly nice man and he deserves the enormous acclaim he receives around the world.”
Stephen Fry, actor
“He is phenomenal. The amount of work that goes into his roles, he has a great work ethic and a genius mind, he is so inspiring. He really raised the bar for me and he had this integrity and genuineness. I feel really blessed to have worked with him. Plus he is so much fun, he’s become a good friend.”
Adelaide Clemens, actress
“Everytime Benedict Cumberbatch opens his mouth it is positively electric… At the time I was getting really into Sherlock series one and I was just totally hypnotized by Benedict and I said to JJ ‘You gotta watch this guy, and one thing let to another and… Thank God! …. All credit goes to Benedict but I was smart enough to realize he is a genius.”
Damon Lindelof, screenwriter
"I didn’t really know him as a stage actor. I knew what a fine screen actor he is. But there’s a physicality involved in the theatre. It’s not just about mannerisms or impersonation, which screen often is: it’s about sustaining a narrative with mind and body. When I saw him for Frankenstein, that was the only thing I wanted to know. Did he have that physical capacity? And of course he does. We met and I asked him to do a few things and he was extraordinary in the room. He’s as fit as a boxer, which you have to be for the stage. You have to have an internal fitness that allows you to carry the story so it never sags. He had this combination of the cerebral and the physical which you can see when you look back at his screen work – in Hawking, it’s there. Frankenstein was a great one for using it. That’s why he’s now what he is: one of the leading actors in the world.”
Danny Boyle, director
“He’s a genius. There are certain actors who have the ability to take a line of dialogue and add a ring to it that you didn’t even know you put into the dialogue, into the line. And he’s one of those really brilliant actors. Just listening to him talk…you could enjoy him reading the phone book.(…) And he’s an incredibly formidable presence. He’s amazing.”
Alex Kurtzman, screenwriter
“We found Benedict Cumberbatch fairly early. We needed a very good actor, someone young enough to be believable as an aristocratic, an almost slightly dislikeable character who is an adolescent in terms of his views of the world, his upbringing. But we also needed someone who could hold the screen for four and half hours, in every scene. We needed someone with experience who was not only a very good actor, but also with terrific comic timing. Benedict was the ideal answer to that.”
David Attwood, director (To the ends of the earth)
“Everyone just looked at it and went “Oh. All right.” Meryl looked at me and gave me a big smile, which is Meryl’s way of saying “Well done”. It was not the best quality you’ve ever seen. And his face was very close. But he was wonderful. At first I didn’t realize that he was British because his southern Oklahoma accent was very good.
There’s nothing guarded about him. It can be a little daunting because you have the clear impression at all times that he might be more intelligent than you are.”
John Wells, director, about Cumberbatch’s iPhone auditioning for August: Osage County
“The difference between stars and just great actors is that stars can make parts into them, rather than themselves into parts; they make those people them. They never quite play it like you expect them to, so it becomes very much Benedict’s Sherlock. Look at how Sean Connery owned James Bond.”
Steven Moffat, producer and writer
“He’s a stick shift; he’s changing up and changing down. He’s a Porsche 911.”
Gary Oldman, actor
“I would like to officialy declare my love for Benedict Cumberbatch. Yes, that’s right. I’m in love with him.”
Paul Feig, director
“He’s an immersive actor; he’s physical. You have to keep feeding him, trying to keep him stimulated. The engine has to be stoked all the time. The joke is that Hollywood thinks it’s investigating him right now to see what he’s made of. The truth is: He’s investigating them.”
Danny Boyle, director
“Watching him physically train to play James (He dieted, ran the cliffs and swam in the cold sea), and also delve into the meaning of every line in rehearsals, and then plot the effect of his illness on his body and mind as it would be in each scene (shot in the wrong order), while all the while being a joy to be around was impressive to witness. To see it as one performance in the final cut was remarkable. - He is rare even amongst the acting breed. If the character description says handsome: he is. If it says Nasty: he is. Older: he is… Younger: he is. For this reason I just can’t wait to see what he will become.”
Vaughan Sivell, producer and screen writer („Third Star“)
“Being on the set with him… I think everyone was bringing their absolute A-game. I think, frankly, in a way, [his] presence sort of elevated everything.
Time and again, every scene, Benedict brought a surprising, unexpected, grounded, real and often terrifying aspect to the role. So we are incredibly grateful, all of us.”
JJ Abrams, director
“Benedict Cumberbatch is one of my very favorite — excuse me, favourite — actors today, and he brought his brilliant mixture of confidence and strength to Khan in a way that, with all due respect, Montalban never did. Never once does Cumberbatch make the obvious choice, his performance is always subtle, always controlled, and when he finally goes full-Khan, scary as hell.”
Will Wheaton, actor
“I think he’ll be one of the guys who lasts, that’s my take. It’s what George [Clooney] said to me ten years ago: If you can pull off ten years in this business, then you’ve done something, and we both kind of agreed that that was kind of the benchmark. And I think [Cumberbatch] is of the new crop.”
Matt Damon, actor
“Benedict Cumberbatch is truly one of the greatest actors I’ve ever seen. And my favorite thing about him in this movie is that instead of his bad guy being adorned and wearing some crazy mask and costume and hair… he is just a simple man standing in a black shirt and black pants, just a common man… and his performance is so powerful in it’s simplicity… and that to me was an incredibly exciting thing to see: how little he needed to be that powerful.”
JJ Abrams, director
“When he was at school, parents came to see him in plays their own children weren’t in - THAT is how good he is.”
“Yes, Benedict has darkness. He has a light, brilliance, wit, sophistication, an imposing presence. He’s threatening; he’s physical. He’s also sympathetic. He does these things and makes it all look so damn easy. And the other actors … it was so funny. Every time we were doing a scene with Benedict, they were standing a little bit taller. He has a presence that is ridiculous and that voice, oh my God. There wasn’t a day working with Benedict that I didn’t think, this is insane. He elevated that moment. He made that thing that I thought was going to be really hard, authentic.
He’s not like his character in any way, physically or emotionally, but he transformed himself physically. He was suddenly this wildly intimidating big guy. And he’s not. When you talk to him, he’s sort of slight. But in the movie, I spent a year editing him (Benedict’s footage). So it was like I got to see him every day. I got so used to him as that character. So when I saw him again recently, I thought, God, he’s so small, compared to how he is in the movie—he’s so epic. He is an utter chameleon who I think can do anything. He’s one of the best actors I’ve ever seen, let alone worked with. He was able to bring all of these incredible nuances and attitude to a role that in lesser hands would not have worked remotely that well.”
JJ Abrams, director
The trouble is that we have a bad habit, encouraged by pedants and
sophisticates, of considering happiness as something rather
stupid. Only pain is intellectual, only evil interesting. This is the
treason of the artist: a refusal to admit the banality of evil and the
terrible boredom of pain. If you can’t lick ‘em, join 'em. If it
hurts, repeat it. But to praise despair is to condemn delight, to
embrace violence is to lose hold of everything else. We have almost
lost hold; we can no longer describe happy man, nor make any
celebration of joy.
I was listening to my country playlist and Hey Bartender by Lady Antebellum came on followed by Bartenders, etc... by Dierks Bentley. So, I figured I’d write a Bartender!Reader fic.
Series Summary: Reader is a bartender at a club that Rob’s band frequently plays at. She knows better than to get too personal with customers in this line of work, but can she resist a hot musician who might be looking for a fling?
Notes: This one is a little different for me. Slight AU. Louden Swain exists, but Rob isn’t an actor. Also, other actors we’re familiar with are placed in new roles for the fic.
Pairing:Bartender!Reader x Rock God!Rob
Chapter Summary: Bartending isn’t an easy job; especially when you have to deal with the bands that come and go each night. Maybe these guys are different though.
Word Count: 2743
Warnings: swearing, drinking, gratuitous flirting
“Slow night?” You asked Briana as you stepped behind the bar, tossing your purse next to the cash register. You grabbed your apron and secured it around your waist as Briana maneuvered around you, preparing drinks for some customers.
“For now,” she replied, “You’ve got the late shift, so you’re the one closing with the band.”
You rolled your eyes, groaning at the thought of it. “It’s always me,” you said with a laugh.
“Hey, it’s the same band that played here last month; the ones that you said tipped really well.”
“Oh yeah, they were good. They stayed way too late, got way too drunk, but I did get a good tip out of it.”
“Nothing like working on performance nights,” she chuckled.
“Hey, that’s when I do my best work,” you said as you helped her prepare drinks, “you at least staying through the rush?”
-If you serve as executioners to everything… then you execute flies and mosquitoes and stuff like that?
-”The destruction of a Time Lord–” STOP RIGHT THERE, AND DON’T YOU DARE TELL ME THE DOCTOR’S GONNA BE EXECUTED.
-Holy shit the Daleks are actually an impressive race, they killed a ton of those Time Lords that are supposedly so hard to kill
-”I didn’t expect you.” Well then who’d you expect, some other Time Lord who miraculously survived the Time War?
-Ah, gotta love them Daleks with their gossipy mouths, spreading rumors everywhere.
Why is his suit so worn. I’m concerned.
-”They can’t know I’m blind, Missy. no one can know.”
-SO IT WAS MISSY ALL ALONG
-CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THOSE HUNDREDS, THOUSANDS, MAYBE EVEN HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF THEORISTS OUT THERE WHO GOT IT RIGHT
-”Please, I’ll do anything. Just let me live.” I…
-*phone notification jingle* wut
I DON’T LIKE THIS, I DON’T LIKE THE TITLE OF THAT EMAIL, OR THE COLOR OF THAT EMAIL, OR THE GALLIFREYAN LOADING BAR, OR THE GLITCHY GLITCH EFFECTS
Do all these people have fevers or is the weather just really hot??
-So I’m guessing he uses the shades to aid his vision now?
-Well, as long as he’s not completely in the black I’m fine
-”ve arrrre to com heerre dirrectly frrom the vaticaan”
-what is going on????!?!?!?
-”Pope Benedict. Lovely girl. What a night. I knew she was trouble, but she wove a spell with her castanets.“ wut
-”The Pope doesn’t zoom round the world in the Popemobile, surprising people.“
-I am so confused and worried right now
I was kinda losing focus while reading the transcript of this episode and then BOOM, SUICIDE PICTURE FLASHES, WTF
-”Assume nothing. Assumption makes an ass out of you.”
-”I thought you’d moved out from here? “Yeah, slightly didn’t work out. Second attempt on the way.”
-”I don’t like knowing their names. I only get attached.”
-”Of course not. I have very strict rules about men.“ “Probably not as strict as mine.”
-”Oh, I’m sorry. Here’s me thinking that she dragged some poor, terrified man home.“ Poor lady doesn’t know what’s going on, but talk about getting out of a tight spot.
-My favorite scene in the episode so far omg
-Ah yes, Bill’s house pipes that always go VWOOOORP VWOOOOORP.
-”Well, whatever this is, and actually it’s not anything yet, it is absolutely nothing to feel guilty about.”
Gotta love how them popes come with a pre-installed church organ sound effect
-I only understood one word that sounded like “Doctor”.
“You’re all going to hell.”
-I love Bill omfg
-”Pope Benedict said that you were more in need of confession than any man breathing. But when the offer was made, you replied it would take too much time. On behalf of the Catholic Church, the offer stands. You seem like a man with regret on his mind.“
-Well, that went down in a bad way…
The very fancy scifi watch hidden under the very fancy fantasy-ish robes
The Doctor suspects Darth Sidious is up to something.
-Nope, nevermind, that was Nardole.
-”Warning: I have full permission to kick your arse.”
-”Because I don’t like being worried about. Around me, people should be worried about themselves.“ “Yeah, shall I tell you the real reason?“ "No.“ "Because the moment you tell Bill, it becomes real. And then you might actually have to deal with it.”
-This episode is about as religious as Doctor Who gets, in my opinion.
-We all know who this looks like
-The library of Blasphemy, huh? That’s quite some Hogwarts stuff there.
-”Harry Potter!” THANK YOU BILL!
-"The layout is designed to confuse the uninitiated.” "Sort of like religion, really.” I can confirm this true, for reasons. "You happy in those shades? Not dark enough for you?” “In darkness, we are revealed. Bill: When did he get so emo?
-”Well, take a few more minutes if you like. Knock yourself out. Actually do. Do that. Knock yourself right out.” Pffft
That’s one great big hood you got there. But pray tell, how do you see what’s in front of you?
-”Without hope. Without witness. Without reward.“ What?
-”You’d be wizard at writing Christmas crackers, you two.”
-I thought Christmas crackers were paper sausages with confetti inside them?
Alright, where’s the orange portal?
oHh my GOD
-”I think there’s someone in there.” "Yeah, we are very slightly getting that.”
wHat TEH FUCk
-”Hey, there’s wifi down here!” “Of course there’s wifi. It’s a library.“
-”Reading chair with a safety belt?”
-Apologies if I seem to be taking too many quotes directly from the episode(s), but I just love the Series 10 dialogue okay
-THAT GUY SHOT HIMSELF
-”Because you’re sending us into the dark, after a man with a gun.“ Not as dangerous if said man is dead…
-WEll Nardole got a little weird there
-Bill: *voice cracks* “nARdOLE”
-Nardole: *sees hand* *voice goes up by two octaves* “HIEWIEW”
That’s a pretty gun, but it wouldn’t do much damage in battle.
-”It would be stupid to go and look.” *goes to look*
-DON’T BURN THE DOCTOR’S BRAIN DON’T YOU DARE MOFFAT
-NOW THAT MOFFAT IS ACTUALLY WRITING THE EPISODES, I AM GOING TO BE DOUBLE WARY OF EVERYTHING
-WHAT THE EVERLOVING RASSILON FLIPPING A TABLE ON A HARLEY DAVIDSON?!?!?!
the flipping kind of videogame portal hub is this
Meanwhile, in another part of the world, aliens freak out as a bald head pops outta nowhere from the wall of their living room.
-”Cardinal, it worked. I can see.” Yes!
-”Not well enough, not yet.” Okay…
-”The thing about the universe is, whatever you need, you can always borrow, as long as you pay it back. I just borrowed from my future. I get a few minutes of proper eyesight, but I lose something. Maybe all my future regenerations will be blind. Maybe I won’t regenerate ever again. Maybe I’ll drop dead in twenty minutes.”
-”You know, I’ve read a lot of books that this chair would be quite useful for. Moby Dick. Honestly, shut up, and get to the whale.“ omfg
WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS CHILD OF GROOT AND A SILENT
-”This is not a game.” “This is a game.”
-Why is that CERN scientist so excited, and more importantly, why does he seem drunk and why is everyone in the cafeteria so gloomy?
WELL THAT ANSWERS THE LAST QUESTION
Reading a legendary script on Microsoft Word.
-(On an unrelated note, I was saving these screenshots and naming them as each alphabet. The one right above happens to be Z.)
-(Could be some other text program but that’s what I think)
-So the screen was getting blurry not because the BBC didn’t want us to commit suicide but because the Doctor was going blind again
-GEEZ THOSE MONKS ARE CR-REEPY ASSES
-THEY’D DO WELL IN A HORROR GAME
Don’t you dare tell me the whole first half of Series 6 was set in a fake world or virtual reality or something like that
-Were those white things all portals to a virtual world
-At least Bill and Nardole got out safely.
-”Are you okay?” “nOOO - Yes. NooO”
“Could be the Doctor.”
-Let’s hope not
-Let’s really, really hope not.
-”They’re projecting everything.” CALLED IT
-AND THE PEOPLE IN THE HOLOGRAMS REALIZED THEY LIVE IN HOLOGRAMS?!?!
-But what if??
-What if our lives are really just holograms
-(I went on Omegle to get a stranger to think of a random number, but ended up answering questions about English)
-(This one person was asking “what does ‘single out’ mean”)
-”You know, like the holodeck on Star Trek, or a really posh VR without a headset. Through there, those places, that’s basically Grand Theft Auto.”
-More and more references each episode, huh, BBC?
I uh… happened to pause here so…
-”Please don’t let me be right.”
WHAT IN THE NAME OF A RANDOM DALEK
-NARDOLE IS NOT REAL??
-WHAT IF BILL ISN’T REAL??
-WHAT THE EFF??????!??!?!
Why did the blood change color?
-’Total communication blackout at the White House’? hat happened?
-Did all the people in the White House commit suicide and how did the Doctor come here?
-Ah, the portal yes…
-cold fraggling shizzles…..
-”The Veritas tells of an evil demon who wants to conquer the world. But to do it, he needs to learn about it first. So he creates a shadow world, a world for him to practise conquering, full of shadow people who think they’re real.”
-OUR WORLD IS A SIMULATION GAME FOR HIGHER BEINGS, CONFIRMED
The screen ‘popped’ a bit here - it shook a little as if it zoomed slighly in then back out very quickly, accompanied by a tapping sound as if someone had knocked (into) it. Not sure if others saw this too or if it’s something with the site that I’m watching this on.
-Okay, I’m watching the Doctor explain this shit to Bill, and I’m having about as much of a crisis as Bill here
-And then the Super Mario mention though
-Please don’t tell me the past six episodes were holograms
-”A puppet Doctor for you to practice killing.”
-The Doctor Puppet account was worried about that line, yes
-Was that the email he got at the beginning of the episode??
wHOA chill please
At least the last six episodes weren’t all fake.
-Then when did the hologram-reality start?
-”It means I’m a scary, handsome genius from space and I’m telling you no, she’s not out of your league.”
-”I have the feeling that we’re going to be very busy. Call her tonight.“ Aww
-I hope Bill actually gets a girlfriend sometime this season
o i g e t o f f
*insert relatable quote about Monday mornings*
Some fast fingerwork there… NO I DID NOT INTEND TO SOUND LIKE THAT
-The guy is becoming uneasier by the second
-I don’t like the whirring sound??
-How are they gonna move her to the box in the middle of the water
It ends here?!
-Oh yeah right… They’re supposed to be a three-parter. Followed by another three-parter to finish off the season.
-Welp, looking forward to the next episode and possibly a lot more things to freak out over!
A/N: So, this is my first Rob x Reader series and piece in general, and it’s completely inspired by @totallysupernaturaloneshots‘s amazing pieces (which you should totally check out if you haven’t yet). I have a feeling this is going to be a bit long, so enjoy the ride?
Summary: With the help of a friend’s connections, you are able to acquire a job as Rob Benedict’s personal assistant. As time goes on, your work relationship with Rob starts to turn into something else. Something that you’re forced to keep secret because of the notorious skeleton in the closet, who threatens to destroy what you’ve established with Rob and everything in between.
Pairing: Rob Benedict x Reader
Warnings: Mild language
Word Count: 3788
The lights attached to the ceiling of the interview room were far too bright for your liking. There was a certain exposure you couldn’t shake, a revealing that put you on edge. Your hands rested stiffly in your lap, fingers twined messily together as you fought to keep your composure, to douse your anxiety.
Due to a friend’s connections, you were interviewing for a job as a personal assistant to some actor. What was his name? Rob, something? You couldn’t remember anything you had learned from your extensive research, but if you could just forge through this interview then you would be fine.
“Hello! Thank you for coming in. What’s your name?” A middle-aged woman greeted you with a smile just as bright as the lights, making your shoulders tense an extra degree.
Your name. What was in a name? An identity? Merely a title? Did it really matter? You blinked your eyes against the harsh light, trying to focus on something less intense. You had practiced this so many times, but when it came to showtime you were one to still freeze up once the spotlight hit you. A crooked smile, meant for her not for you, crossed your face, your lips forming a name that may have been your known title, but it definitely wasn’t your identity.
A/N: Do you ever have those times when you start writing a one shot and by the end of it you’re just like why the heck did I write this? Yeah. That’s me with this one. Welp.
“I’ll see you Monday.”
“Man, I just feel so bad for Willow! She’s in love with
Xander and he’s just a doof.” said Rob, leaning back against the couch opposite
of you. It was a Friday night, and you and Rob were sitting on the floor of
your living room, watching Buffy the
Vampire Slayer. It was another one of those nights when you didn’t have
anything else better to do.
You were a recurring character on Supernatural, a witch
turned hunter, and the fans had just adored you. You had known Rich for years,
but only met Rob and others through the conventions. Over time R2 had become
your best friends.
One little problem. A
problem that only Rich knew and he had been sworn to secrecy.
You had fallen in love with Rob.
I mean, who could blame you? Those piercing blue eyes; that
laugh. He was the most genuine and kind person you have ever met.
God damn your heart, it’s always causing you problems.
“Man, it must suck, falling in love with your best friend
and they’re just oblivious.” said Rob, taking a sip of his beer.
“Yeah, I would know.” you said softly to yourself, not
really thinking before speaking.
Rob choked up on his drink, obviously hearing your words and
making a connection.
Rich was married, he wasn’t.
“Wait, what?” asked Rob, immediately grabbing the remote and
pausing the show.
Your eyes went wide, realizing what you just did.
“Uh, nothing! I mean, it must really suck, especially being
best friends and all, ha.” You reached over to grab the remote.
“Let’s just keep watching, shall we?” you asked. But it was
Rob, you should have known better than to think he would drop it.
“Oh hell no,” Rob grabbed the remote before you could, “what
do you mean, ‘you would know’?”
“Um…” you scratched the back of your neck, bringing your
knees up close to you; something you always did when you were nervous.
“Do you, um, do you, do you have feel-.” I cut him off.
“Can we, can we just forget that the past 2 minutes never
happened?” You took a swig of your beer. Dear God you could be an idiot
Rob slumped back, a defeated look on his face.
“Well… if you’re sure.” He knew you as well as you knew him.
Rob grabbed the remote again, turning the show back on.
Oh great, now you’ve done it.
Rob and Rich sat at a table in a bar, beers in front of both
of them. The first con of the year was coming up, and the two co-hosts needed
However, Rob had other things on his mind.
“Hello, earth to Bob-o? Robbie you still on the planet here
or?” asked Rich. He could tell his best friend had zoned out.
Rob shook a little, coming to.
“Huh, what?” he asked.
“Pretty sure you haven’t heard anything I’ve said in the
last five minutes.” said Rich.
“Sorry, I’m sorry. I just. Ugh.” Rob laid his forehead on
“What’s on your mind, Bob-o?”
Rob looked up, being careful of his words. He didn’t know if
Rich knew about Y/N.
“How long has Y/N been in love with me?”
Rich choked on his drink.
“Is in love the right term? I mean. Ugh. How long has she
had feelings for me?”
Rich sat his glass down, not saying a word. He had to be
careful on what he said as well.
“I was wondering when you were gonna bring it up.” he said.
“She told you?” asked Rob. I mean, he had assumed, but it
had been about a week since he had seen you.
“Are you kidding, she was banging down my door as soon as
you had left.” said Rich.
“Rich, I left her house at one in the morning.”
“Remember that time you were totally obsessed with that girl
from Jason’s show? How Y/N did whatever she could to help you get her
“Buddy, that was nearly 3 years ago.”
“Dude, why do you think she tried so hard to help?”
Rob’s eyes went wide in realization. You had sat with him
with every idea, stayed by your side when you were just plain old frustrated.
Slamming his fist on the table slightly, Rob slid back in
his chair, again frustrated.
“What is it?” asked Rich.
“I fell in love with her a year later.”
“Thank you! Goodnight!” said Rob on stage. It was Saturday
night, and the annual Saturday Night Special had just ended.
The band navigated backstage, joining the rest of the group.
“Alright, everyone ready to get back to Briana’s room?”
asked Kim, ready to head towards the annual after show gathering. A crowd of
murmured yesses went through the room. People slowly headed out, you stood up,
ready to follow.
“Hey Y/N? Wait up?” You turned around. It was Rob, the last
one in the room as he was still packing up his guitar.
It was also the same Rob that you haven’t had the courage to
speak to for the past two weeks.
“Um. Sure.” Rich gave you a look as he stood by the door.
“Talk. To. Him.” He
mouthed at you, before leaving.
“No.” Rich groaned
at you, but left, leaving just you and Rob. After a few moments, he closed the
case, leaving it in the corner for the next day. He walked toward you, offering
“Ready to go?” You laughed slightly, taking his arm.
“Lead the way.”
The two of you walked in silence, making your way to
Briana’s hotel room. After a while, Rob spoke up.
“Y/N, were you ever gonna tell me?” asked Rob.
“No, not really.” you said.
Rob sighed, laughing slightly as he sat down on a bench in
the lobby. He pulled you down with him.
“Man do I feel like a dick.” said Rob. He set his head in
his hand, pushing his hair back.
He turned towards you, grabbing your hand in his.
“That girl from Jason’s show.”
“Yeah, that.” said Rob.
You looked down, not really knowing what to say.
“Hey, look at me, please.” Rob reached his hand out, lifting
your chin up.
“It’s okay.” Rob leaned in, apparent to kiss you.
Was this really happening? The man you’ve been striving for
for almost three years? It couldn’t be. You jumped up.
“Don’t.” you said, stepping back.
“You’re my best friend Rob; I don’t need you to pity me.”
“Do you really think that low of me to believe that I would
actually do something like that?” asked Rob, both surprised yet slightly
offended. You didn’t really know what to say to that.
“God, Y/N. I wish you would have told me sooner. I wish you
didn’t stay by my side when I was obsessed with that random girl. I wish you
would have given me a slap in the face and maybe then I would have realized
sooner. But no, I didn’t realize it till a year later.”
You looked down at your feet, crossing your arms in solace.
Rob stepped forward, using one arm to hold you against him
and using the other to again lift up your chin. He leaned down, pressing his
lips against yours, giving you the thing you’ve been waiting years for.
Eventually, he stepped back, looking directly into your
eyes. You looked into his.
Soulmate AU commission for @cassammydean. In a world where people see in black and white until they touch their destined soulmate, Dean - a popular actor - is adored by many but has yet to find love. He’s a true romantic at heart and waits for the moment he’ll begin to see in color. Too bad the person he’s pining for seems to show zero interest in Dean. 7.3K.
This is hardly the first time that Cas has come home to find paparazzi outside of his building. They’re not even subtle about it anymore; three are camped just ten feet from the door.
“Excuse me!” one of them hollers, only to flinch at Castiel’s stare. His next words are far less confident. “You, uh… ever see Dean Winchester around here?”
It requires great patience not to roll his eyes.
“No,” Cas answers curtly, his tone enough to discourage any follow-up questions. He brushes past the man - swift and impatient - before nodding at the doorman and sweeping inside.
His mood has been foul for most of the day ever since his breakfast meeting with Dick Roman. There are certain tasks he’d rather avoid, eye-bugging salary and benefits aside, and that includes playing nice with total assholes over coffee and eggs Benedict. Unfortunately for Cas, he isn’t his own boss yet, and his actual superior doesn’t give two shits about how much of a tool Roman really is. “Get him to sign the merger, Castiel,” he said. “The reward will be worth your while. You’re due for a promotion, aren’t you?” The man is almost as bad as Roman.
Needless to say, Cas had been looking forward to retreating to the peace and quiet of his apartment. He had just begun to slowly decompress for the night when the paparazzo called to him five minutes ago.
Have I seen Dean Winchester, Castiel scoffs, tapping his passcode against the keypad. The door unlocks with a series of beeps and he holds it open while glancing across the hall.
Oh, he’s seen Dean Winchester alright. It’s difficult not to when his face is everywhere. All the box office successes are merely the starting point, after which come the interviews and endorsements and-
Anyway, Cas shakes his head. The point is all the paparazzi out there, hanging around in handfuls and hordes as though they could ever get past the tight security.
Cas frowns at the apartment.
It’d be a mess - a complete, utter mess - if they managed to sneak in somehow and caught a glimpse of Dean Winchester’s private life. Cas of all people would know.
Back in Black by AC/DC | Highway To Hell by AC/DC |
Hot Blooded by Foreigner |
Fly By Night by Rush |
Rock Of Ages by Def Leppard |
Laugh I Nearly Died by The Rolling Stones | Hey Man Nice Shot by Filter |
Peace Of Mind by Boston |
No One Like You by Scorpions |
Bad Company by Bad Company |
(Don’t Fear) The Reaper by Blue Oyster Cult |
She Brings Me Love by Bad Company |
Burnin’ For You by Blue Oyster Cult | Road To Nowhere by Ozzy Ozbourne |
Fight The Good by Fight Triumph |
Turn To Stone by Joe Walsh |
Bad Moon Rising by Creedence Clearwater Revival |
Stranglehold by Ted Nugent |
Time Has Come Today by The Chambers Brothers |
Wheel In The Sky by Journey |
Can’t Fight This Feeling by Reo Speedwagon |
Fell On Black Days by Soundgarden |
Cold As Ice by Foreigner |
Renegade by Styx |
Down on Love by Jamie Dunlap |
Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door by Bob Dylan |
The Crystal Ship by Doors |
Back On The Road Again by Reo Speedwagon |
House of the Rising Sun by The Animals |
Silent Lucidity by Queensrÿche |
Rooster by Alice In Chains | Hell’s Bells by AC/DC |
Every Rose Has Its Thorn by Poison |
Heat Of The Moment by Asia |
Wanted Dead Or Alive by Bon Jovi |
You Shook Me All Night Long by AC/DC |
Lonely Is The Night by Billy Squier |
Eye Of The Tiger by Survivor |
Ready For Love by Bad Company |
Long, Long Way From Home by Foreigner |
A Well Respected Man by The Kinks |
Thunderstrike by AC/DC |
Spirit In The Sky by Norman Greenbaum |
Simple Man by Lynyrd Skynyrd |
Rock And Roll Never Forgets by Bob Seger | Cherry Pie by Warrant |
Too Hot To Stop by MarcFerrari and Steve Plunkett |
O Death by Jen Titus |
Beautiful Loser by Bob Seger |
Smoke On The Water by Deep Purple |
The Gambler by Kenny Rogers |
Back In The Saddle by Aerosmith |
One Way Or Another by Blondie |
Hero by Federale | Miracles by Jefferson Starship | Loudest Alarm by Scars On 45 | Play With Fire by The Rolling Stones | Slow Ride by Foghat | Black Water by The Doobie Brothers |
Two Days in February by The Goo Goo Dolls | 4AM Blues by Barrett Johnson| I’m All Out Of Love by Air Supply |
Ridin` The Storm Out by Reo Speedwagon |
Dear Mr. Fantasy by Traffic |
Start Me Laughing by Dead Confederate |
Wake Up Little Susie by The Everly Brothers |
Turn Into Earth by The Yardbirds | Walking On Sunshine by Katrina & The Waves |
Vincent by Don McLean |
Born To Be Wild by Steppenwolf | Locomotive Breath by
Jethro Tull |
Man In The Wilderness by Styx |
What’s The Matter by Milo Greene |
We Gotta Get Out of this Place by Eric Burton & the Animals |
That Old Familiar Pain by Trevor Gordon Hall |
Katmandu byBob Seger |
I Touch Myself by The Divinyls |
Goodbye Stranger by Supertramp |
I’ll Surely Die by The Rubens |
Nice To Be With You by Gallery |
Who Do You Love by George Thorogood And The Destroyers |
For Those About To Rock by AC/DC |
Stone In Love by Journey |
The Famous Final Scene by Bob Seger |
You’re No Good by Linda Ronstadt |
The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine by Frankie Valli |
If You Wanna Get to Heaven by The Ozark Mountain Daredevils |
Little Black Submarines by The Black Keys |
Can’t Find My Way Home by Blind Faith |
Heartbreaker by Pat Benatar |
Imaginary Lover by Atlanta Rhythm Section |
Sundown by Gordon Lightfoot |
Travelin’ Man by Bob Seger |
The Weight by The Band |
Long Black Road by Electric Light Orchestra |
Ashes The Rain And I by The James Gang |
Shake It Off by Taylor Swift |
Head Full of Doubt, Road Full of Promise by The Avett Brothers |
Behind Blue Eyes by The Who |
Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain by Willie Nelson |
Wherever You Wanna Go by Patty Griffin |
Run Through The Jungle by Creedence Clearwater Revival |
The Guitar Man by Bread |
Night Moves by Bob Seger |
Bad Girls by M.I.A. |
Hell To Pay by Five Finger Death Punch |
Changing Tracks by Wishbone Ash |
Good Vibrations by Brian Wilson |
Fare Thee Well by Rob Benedict | Carry On Wayward Son by Kansas |
Summary: After seeing your abusive ex boyfriend in public, you have Rob to take you back home. You finally tell him the truth (I’m really bad with summaries I apologize)
A/N: because there are not enough Rob Benedict x Reader fics on this website
WARNING: mentions of abuse, mentions of sexual abuse.
Holding his hand, Rob and you were walking around the mall. He had just wanted to get out of the house and you were happy to join him. You stood leaning against the restroom door, waiting for Rob.
Snapping your head up, you looked to see your ex boyfriend, Paul, standing there.
And he wasn’t a nice man.
“It’s so good to see you, Y/N!” said Paul, as he tried to give you a hug.
“Get away from me.” you said, giving him a cold glare.
“Oh cmon babe. Don’t be like that.” said Paul. He laid his hand on your shoulder. You quickly shoved him away.
“I said get away from me you bastard.” you said, nearly yelling at him before remembering you were in a public mall.
You turned to see Rob had walked out of the restroom. Grabbing his hand, you quickly pulled him away from Paul, leaving the mall as fast as you could.
You were sitting on your couch in a ball, pushed up against the corner as far as you could go. Rob had wrapped you in a blanket and had went to get you something to drink.
“Are you gonna tell me what just happened back there?” asked Rob. He had walked back into the room, handing you a glass of water. He sat down next to you.
You looked up at your boyfriend of five months. You had never talked about Paul. Especially not to him. You’d rather just pretend it never happened.
All of a sudden, you started having flashbacks of the stuff he used to do to you. The beatings. Everything. You started shaking slightly as tears escaped your eyes.
“Hey, hey come here.” said Rob. He untangled you carefully and pulled you towards your chest. He wrapped his arms around you and started rubbing your back, kissing the top of your head every now and then.
“His names Paul. He’s my ex boyfriend.” You said softly.
Rob tensed under you. He obviously didn’t know what happened, but could tell the relationship ended badly.
“He was abusive. He’d hit me. Yell at me. Do.. Do other stuff.” You said the last part more quietly than the rest, secretly hoping that he didn’t hear you.
“What, kind of other stuff?” Asked Rob carefully, trying hard not to overstep.
Your silence was an answer enough.
The two of you sat on the couch for the rest of the night. You told him everything, all that happened to you.
“Jesus Christ.” said Rob in shock.
It had reached 4 AM, and you had gotten the courage to show Rob the scars that covered your stomach.
Being as careful as he could, Rob leaned down and started kissing each line that laid on your stomach, rubbing your side as you tensed.
Sitting up, he kissed you.
“Thank you for trusting me Y/N. Thank you for being this comfortable with me.” said Rob. He kissed you again.
“I love you.” said Rob, saying it to you for the first time in your relationship.
You kissed him again.
“I love you too.”
AN: so this was my first reader one shot, I hope you enjoyed!
Imagine playing Irene Adler in Sherlock & Benedict falls in love with you...
Sherlock (Benedict): [reluctantly impressed] Oh, you’re rather good. Irene (You): [returning the compliment] You’re not so bad. [intense gazing into eyes ensues]
You stayed gazing into Benedict’s eyes waiting patiently for Martin to say his line. You briskly turned your head to see what he was doing; why his line was taking so long. The director was giving him new directions. “Ahh..” you let out in realisation. Before you knew it you’d looked back at Benedict and he pulled your face to his and he laid a kiss on your tender lips. You kept your eyes shut for a few seconds after he had kissed you. Your mind boggled at why a man, such as Benedict, would be kissing you. Did I misread the script? Was he kissing Irene?
Then his hand grabbed yours jumping you back into reality.
“Why did you do that, Ben? It’s not that I didn’t like it… I liked it, but why?”
“I’d say sorry but i’m not. I’m not sorry that my heart chose you!” he said still gazing into your eyes.
Your smile extended. That is the kind of thing you’d squeal at in a movie.
“Come on a date with me Y/N, anytime, anywhere!”
“How about this afternoon? Walk in the park?”
A voice interrupted, “Have you two quite finished flirting?” Martin said as he rose his eyebrow.
“We have now, yes.” you responded politely with a giggle.
“Let’s finish this scene then.. *gif*” Ben states before winking at you…