heehee. Louise Brealey, David Arnold and Eos Chater tweeting about Benedict
i love you
From the just released programme for the The Times Cheltenham Festival 2012:
Sherlock - A Thoroughly Modern Victorian
What are the challenges of re-imagining a great Victorian classic for the modern age? The actor Benedict Cumberbatch discusses Sherlock, BBC TV’s triumphant remake, and shares fascinating insights into the creative process that brought this new detective for the 21st century to our screens. Chaired by journalist and Sherlock co-star Louise Brealey.
> L053 > CHELTENHAM RACECOURSE
> CENTAUR > 8.45-10PM, SATURDAY OCTOBER 6TH 2012 > £15 RES
Advance booking for Cheltenham Festival Members opens on August 13 2012, with sales for the general public opening on August 20 2012.
More details on the festival are available on the Cheltenham Festival website.
Joe Penhall’s play ‘Birthday’ is a fast and furious ninety minute comedy of true gender role reversal, infused with a dash of drama and pathos, featuring Stephen Mangan, Lisa Dillon, Llewella Gideon and Louise Brealey.
Anyone else imaging Louise just stalking Benedict from a corner?
ONE OF US ONE OF US
The Baker Street Babes on a mission aka Collectormania
Silly pictures from our day at Collectormania. Including Louise with R2D2! And Curly (looking rabid) hugging a Dalek.
An interview with Louise Brealey at Collectormania. She mentions Benedict during the interview.
Also the Radio Times write up on the interview:-
“Sociopath” is the term many have used to describe the detective’s combination of superiority complex and social disconnection but Sherlock star Louise Brealey has another word.
“Well, he’s a bit of a d**k isn’t he?” she said when asked what it was that fascinated audiences about Benedict Cumberbatch’s character.
Brealey, who plays Sherlock-smitten lab geek Mollie Hooper in the BBC1 series, was quick to add of the detective, “He’s really charming in spite of himself. He’s incredibly charismatic. He’s quite an extreme character but utterly credible - the idea of Sherlock being young and dysfunctional just works better than any of us could ever have hoped.”
Whatever Brealey’s feelings about Sherlock, it’s clear she’s keen on Cumberbatch. The actor is “heaven,” she told RedCarpetNewsTV, adding that he was gradually coming to terms with his superstar status.
“He’s just a really nice, caring good egg and I’m just really pleased for him that he’s become a megastar. I think he’s really quite surprised by the whole thing – but he’s adapting.”
And Brealey agrees with many female fans that there’s one particularly appealing feature shared by both the actor and his character - that shock of silky curls.
“You just want to run your fingers through his hair all the time,” she said. “I like his hair more in Sherlock than in any other thing he does. I think he should keep it like that all the time.”
it’s Louise Brealey with our Sherlock duck Charles Augustus Milverton. Best photo ever.
and everywhere that molly went, her heart was his to hold.