Articolo/intervista sul numero di oggi del Corriere della Sera.
Foto di Marghika
according to this newspaper of course XD:
- He’s vegetarian.
(this is new to me)
- He’s against the Scotland indipendence (“I wish Scotland to remain part of the UK. You can also find independence within a union.”)
- He has a passion for cars (“because they are objects of desire, machines that you can own and carry it wherever you want but, paradoxically, I don’t like driving.”)
- He thinks that sentimental loneliness can be a benefit for an actor, but he believes in friendship.
- He wants to preserve his privacy, he wants his family to be proud of his work and not for the gossip about him.
Can’t be vegetarian, he had to eat a lot of chicken when he was in training for STID
But that was three years ago? He could be now.
Responding to the Absurd Statement of the Day on Twitter. More slamming of fine actors because they’re posh. It’s getting tiresome.
They should all go to America.
Being rly disgusted reading about his transphobic and ableist Benedict Cumberbatch is tbh
I don’t even really like him that much I just can’t believe I never heard about this stuff before?
Because it’s crap.
T hiddles with Benedict and Michael Fassbender all wearing suits omg
I hate how those annoying Hiddlestoners ruined a perfect pic by photoshopping Hiddles into it. He’s such an uncool dancer.
Variety Studio Portraits – Toronto Film Festival [x]
"I tracked (the project), is the lingo I think, which is the only time I’ve really done that for a role. There was just something about (Alan Turing) that immediately struck a chord for me."
This is easily one of the most breathtaking pics of him I’ve ever seen.
Anonymous said: is it ok to still like someone when they say and do problematic things? like i am fully aware and do not support their actions but can i still be a fan??
yea u can i mean nobody can stop u really!!!! the #1 thing is to acknowledge that the person has done some bad and offensive things. dont defend them for it. having said that, i find it v difficult to continue to enjoy someones work after i find out that they have done gross things (for example i didnt realise martin freeman was a disgustign moldy sandwich ingrown toenail of a man until after i had become a fan of sherlock and after finding out abt all the gross things he has done i feel uncomfortable watching sherlock because whenever i see john watson i think about the gross things martin freeman has done and i feel kind of disgusting for continuing to watch the programme when i know that the actors have done gross things and not apologised for them)(this isnt letting benedict cumberbatch of the hook bc he has said gross things too but martin freeman is actually the human equivalent of a lunchbox that has been forgotten about during the summer holidays and when its opened after stewing in the warmth of 3 summer months theres grey fungus everywhere and the smell is overwhelming and a wave of nausea hits u and u throw up bc its SO DISGUSTING)(dont get me started on moffat). sometimes it helps to separate the work from the creator - instead of saying “i love (insert name of creator of thing i love)” u can say “i love (insert thing this person has created or worked at)”. also if u dont want to support their work u can just download stuff illegally. idk. also it depends on what they have done. idk u can do whatever u think is ok. its crushing 2 find out that ur favs are problematic i hope ur not finding it 2 tough to deal with.
Omg, this is disgusting. You brainwashed idiots need to be stopped.
Anonymous said: Um I don't think you have go SEE sex to understand if he's gay. I mean they do say it in the film I don't know why you think that seeing sex is the only way to validate a persons sexuality in films?
I totally understand your POV.
I wish we lived in a world where we had diverse films about queer people! Queer films that chose to show explicit sex scenes, queer films that decided only to show kissing, queer films that really are only interested in following dates that involve conversation & picnics & roasting marshmallows.
However, we don’t live in that world yet. We get, at best, one movie a year that features a queer protagonist (and this is usually a ‘troubled’ cis gay white dude, but that’s a subject for another day). Basically, what I’m saying is, because we hardly ever get films about queer people, when we do get a film about a queer person, I want it to be done right. What does ‘done right’ entail for me? It entails the straight ppl who are writing the scripts, directing the film, and acting the roles, STOP SHYING AWAY FROM THE FACT THAT GAY PPL HAVE SEX.
How many sex scenes between straight people do we get in films? A LOT. How many sex scenes between queer people do we get in films? Uh….barely ANY.
I agree, seeing sex is not the only way to validate a person’s sexuality in films.But, frankly, I’m tired of straight people tip-toeing around the fact that GAY PEOPLE HAVE SEX.
As a queer person, I want to see Alan Turing saving the world with SCIENCE! As a queer person, I want to see Alan Turing going on a cute picnic with his bf. And, as a queer person, I also want to see Alan Turing having raunchy gay sex. I want them to explore all aspects of Alan Turing’s life - INCLUDING THE VERY REAL FACT THAT HE HAD SEX.
Would we be having the same conversation if this was a biopic about a straight man? No. Because there would be a sex scene in the movie.
And no, there wouldn’t be a sex scene if Turing would have been straight.
Has there been a sex scene in Argo? Has there been a sex scene in The King’s Speech? Has there been a sex scene in…. I could go on and on…