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Facts of my life: My favourite character always dies. Rory Williams is the absolute proof. My "fandom" is bossy and short. I did my research and yes, Sherlock is a high-functioning sociopath. Bert and Ernie are gay. 42 Resistance is futil. Twilight will burn in book hell. I´m rude and not ginger. Accidents don´t happen accidentaly. Fear is a luxury. Writing is hard. It was a robot head! Time is not the boss of you. Rorschach was right. Everything is funnier in Ennochian. Not all those who wander are lost. It's leviOsa not leviosAAA. I BELIEVE IN SHERLOCK HOLMES BOWTIES ARE COOL The Doctor lies. John is not his date.


James McAvoy’s first big screen hit came when he played a noble faun in the film adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe – a role rather different from his most recent outing as a morally bereft cop in Irvine Welsh’s Filth. But whether it’s fighting fictional White Witches, being tortured in The Last King of Scotland, or soliciting blow jobs from underage girls in Filth, no one can deny James’s commitment to his craft. So unwavering is his commitment and ability to push himself that Jon S. Baird, Filth’s director, called James’s performance “better than De Niro’s in Taxi Driver”. A bold statement perhaps, but there’s no doubt that James is one of Britain’s finest actors to emerge in the last decade.

Before Filth is unleashed upon an unsuspecting American audience next month, we catch up with James in New York sans new husband, Irish actor, Michael Fassbender. While there is no doubt, we all know there isn’t anything James wouldn’t do for love; we do want to know if there isn’t anything he wouldn’t do for a role?   (source) 

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The most non-responsive kiss on television, paired with the most deeply-repressed reaction of dismayed jealousy. It’s like peanut butter and chocolate.

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  • Hannibal Lecter: *frames Jack Crawford*
  • Jack Crawford: *arrests self*
  • Jack Crawford: How could I have missed it…


Date a man who cooks. Date a man who dances. Date a man who appreciates fine art. Date man who tells jokes. Date a man who throws dinner parties. Date a man who kills the rude. Date a man who can drive a knife thru a cutting board. Date a man who body slams into doors wielding knives and covered in blood. Date Hannibal Lecter.

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i bet at the bbc headquarters they have a flash drive inside a box inside a safe inside a bigger safe inside a big locked room with lasers and cameras all guarded by seven armed guardsmen and a trained police dog and on that flash drive is the gay bar scene

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