Here is the second group of bigger ones.
His kisses leave something to be desired… … the rest of him.
Ok j-with-s here is another kissing lot with your 3 gifs included. I only have about another 40 kissing ones…but I need to get work done so this will have to do for today. He is distracting me way too much in the day…night-time is ok but I must join the land of the living in the day.
“What are all these kissings worth
If thou kiss not me?”
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Half images taken from this great fan video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4ahka1_vUI
Andrew Scott - favourite pictures #1
I’ve been researching self portraits lately and while looking at Picasso’s selfies I saw this and thought, “Gee, that looks A LOT like Moriarty.”
Such a gorgeous fanart!
Someone find me that video where Andrew Scott speaks Gaelic for like three seconds.
list of life ruiners ⇢ andrew scott
W. Shakespeare, Macbeth
Maxine Peake and Andrew Scott are to feature in a season of BBC dramas exploring “a world of dystopian futures”.
The BBC Radio 4 season, called Dangerous Visions, will be broadcast in June and will include a mix of adaptations and brand new plays. These include two dramas based on books by J. G. Ballard – The Drowned World and Concrete Island, the latter of which will star Sherlock actor Scott alongside Georgia Groome.
Jeremy Howe, Radio 4’s commissioning editor for drama, explained that the whole season had been inspired by Ballard’s writing.
He added: “His dark, satiric imagining of the near future is about as dark and current as anyone, even though he died several years ago. I wanted to create some context for it and so we invited various leading radio writers to come up with, not Ballardian stories, as I didn’t want to limit their imagination, but their own visions of a near future dystopia.”
There are five new plays in total, including The Sleeper, written by Michael Symmons Roberts, which depicts a society where no one can sleep. Originally an opera for which Roberts wrote the libretto, it will open the season of dramas on June 15.
The BBC said it will show a world where “people work around the clock, hotels are for private meetings and illicit sex, and shops never close”. It will feature music from the Welsh National Opera, which performed The Sleeper when it was an opera.