Cara McGee’s tea party at the Adagio store was HELLA RAD YOU GUYS. There were TONS of people there- and Cara was kind enough to sit for HOURS and not only MEET EVERYONE but make each person their own tiny drawing! I am always astounded at that girl’s persistence in just being so damned nice. Met some fantastic new friends & it was so great seeing/remeeting 221bcon peeps! Sometimes I feel like the con was just dream- too awesome for RL. But no!! RL FTW. Also? It miiiiiight have been my first time cosplaying? I went as Hipster Thorin Oakenshield! The shirt is screen printed and sewn by me- as is the LOG PURSE which might be my new favorite hilarious object. (Note the blinged out key to Erebor! Thanks, forevs21- seemed only fitting.) Looking forward to checking out c2e2 tomorrow! Look for me- i’ll be the one in the hammerhead shark costume. Muahahaha…
OMG that oaken shield purse is killing me! amazing!!
Exclusive First Look!Benedict Cumberbatch (as seen above) is captured behind the set of the third series of Sherlock on a Sunday night. Mark Gatiss, co-writer of Sherlock states that “Sherlock goes into a lot of depression after the famous Fall because he has been so alone without John and Mrs Hudson, so he decides to shave off all his hair, and thus, becoming a Bald Sherlock Holmes, it’s quite a good look on him.” Steven Moffat added, “Yes, we went for this look because it really shows what Sherlock has gone through over the years…”. We interviewed Benedict Cumberbatch and all he could tell us was “My bald head reflects back the sunlight, it’s fabulous.” We weren’t able to ask any other questions about the new episodes, but both writers stated “It’ll be a totally different Sherlock Holmes.” Sherlock returns in March 2016. Mark those calendars Sherlockians. (source)
"I’m the biggest prankster. I convinced Benedict Cumberbatch that he had to wear special cream when we worked in this facility on the movie otherwise he’d get radiation poisoning. He, Zachary Quinto and Zoe Saldana put it on. Me and Chris Pine played this joke on virtually the whole cast. It was called Neutron Cream and the whole crew was in on it. We had little pots of it made. Benedict did an entire morning shoot with dots (of cream) all over his face, which was a joy."
Simon Pegg, on playing pranks during the filming of Star Trek here.