benedictarabic:





The fact that he is so good-natured about this — that he’s a capital-A actor who can handle Shakespeare with the same ease and confidence as he can handle the indignities of the talk show circuit — is part of what makes Cumberbatch so engaging. His geniality and bonhomie feel neither forced nor manic. Perhaps because his ascent has been so rapid, at least in the U.S., it seems he has not had time to become jaded by his celebrity, or worn down by its deprivations. The New York Times recently dubbed him “the accidental superstar” because, well, he seems to have come upon his fame without really trying. He laughs at the tendency of Hollywood types to say he’s popped (“Did I? Sorry, I hope it didn’t smell too much”) but agrees that his career has accelerated.

Out Magazine - benedict cumberbatch

 

benedictarabic:


“I’ve spent a lot of time getting to where I’ve gotten by observing human behavior, so I’m really sensitive to it anyway,” he says. “And you can’t help but feel that you’re on show, which on good days is fine — you breeze through it, and do whatever you do as a performer and a human being to just feel relaxed and comfortable in your own skin. But we all have days when we’d rather not show our face for whatever reason — because we’re hungover, withdrawn, whatever it may be, physical or emotional. And then it’s really hard. It’s really, really hard, because you just don’t want to engage with it.”

Out Magazine - benedict cumberbatch

 


“I’ve spent a lot of time getting to where I’ve gotten by observing human behavior, so I’m really sensitive to it anyway,” he says. “And you can’t help but feel that you’re on show, which on good days is fine — you breeze through it, and do whatever you do as a performer and a human being to just feel relaxed and comfortable in your own skin. But we all have days when we’d rather not show our face for whatever reason — because we’re hungover, withdrawn, whatever it may be, physical or emotional. And then it’s really hard. It’s really, really hard, because you just don’t want to engage with it.”

Out Magazine - benedict cumberbatch

 

—Out Magazine - benedict cumberbatch (via benedictarabic)
حلّ التعب بأصدقائك، فما عادوا يقرعون بابك.

cornersoftheworld:

Trollstigen, Norway | by Pascal Kiszon

واااااااااااو طيب الين فين ؟ فين راح نوصل ؟ الطريق ممتد لمد البصر !

salahmah:

عندما سافر الشاعر الكبير صلاح عبد الصبور الي مانيلا ووجد الناس يرقصون ببهجة كتب

درس تعلمته من مانيلا :

أن الجسم البشرى ، لم يُخلق إلا

كى يعلن معجزته

فى إيقاع الرقص الفرحان

درس عرفته روحى بعد فوات الأزمان

بعد ……………..

وتصلب جسمى فى تابوت العادة والخوف

هذا الصنف من الناس مش موجودين في حياتي :(

ههههههههههههههههههههههههه
تحس انك غلط في غلط
احساس مريع

dear cas,