Oct. 20, 14



01. Raise the Curtains

I smile for my dear mama.
I look exactly like Dad so if I cry
I’m afraid she’ll see him crying.

02. Easy Ending

I am stingy with my happiness.
Compared to the words ‘hey, pay up!’
I hate the words ‘have strength!’ even more.

03. Rich

Even if I can stand being hungry, I hate the pain.
This stomach is like a pop song,
It blows up easily but dries up so fast.

04. Spoiler

I wanted a love like in the movies
But is it really suitable for me?
In the end, when I ask my heart
The answer is the ending that may come at any time.

05. Burj Khalifa

The shit I talk about with my attitude
Is worth every bit as much as your truth

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Oct. 15, 14


Benedict Cumberbatch tributes Alan Turing at The Imitation Game gala screening, 58th BFI London Film Festival [x]

Oct. 15, 14


Oct. 15, 14



The Gospel According to Benedict

Poised to make Alan Turing his own, Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch is no stranger to sexual politics and bullying. And he’ll take on all comers.

Photography by Samuel Bradley | Shot on location at the Barbican Conservatory, London.

The hottest ticket in London next summer is not One Direction, Miley Cyrus, or Beyoncé. It is Benedict Cumberbatch playing Hamlet at the Barbican theater. Some 100,000 tickets for the 12-week run went on sale a few days before I was due to meet Cumberbatch — coincidentally at the Barbican — and sold out in minutes. Even by the robust standards of London theater (more than 22 million people attended shows in the 2012–2013 season), that’s some record.

For Cumberbatch, taking on theater’s most ambitious role — “a hoop through which every eminent actor must jump,” as the essayist Max Beerbohm once put it — may be a rite of passage, but it’s also a test of whether popular culture can open the gates to high culture. Can the pop idol Sherlock attract his screaming fans to the Bard? “I hope it sort of goes into the places that television sometimes can,” Cumberbatch says, “to draw people to see me live who haven’t seen Shakespeare before. We want the people who’ve never been in a theater, but we’re not into social engineering, so we can’t say to another cross-section of society, ‘Oh, sorry — you’ve got a library card. Fuck off.’ ”

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Oct. 11, 14


Oct. 11, 14


Oct. 11, 14



Benedict Cumberbatch as “The Fanboy” (x) (x)



Oct. 11, 14


Oct. 11, 14



jail dog

"You’re going to fucking jail, Jim."

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Oct. 11, 14