There’s no reason to think they would have any problem with it whatsoever. They’re both not homophobic at all.
Benedict kissed boys when he had female roles in plays while he was growing up, and he’s never acted like that was shameful or gross. He’s Alan Turing in an upcoming movie. He officiated his friends’ gay wedding and corrected an interviewer who called it a “gay wedding” with something like (paraphrasing) “it wasn’t a gay wedding, it was a wedding!” i.e. it’s stupid to act like gay weddings need a special qualifier. He hangs out with gay people frequently; he went out socially with Zachary Quinto and his boyfriend some point last year or something, I forget. On Conan he was a little flirtacious and made a quip about liking to “spread his bets” when a man loudly cheered for him.
Martin once early on said Sherlock was the “gayest show on television.” He’s said in interviews before that he was always taught growing up that it’s not a bad thing to be mistaken for gay or anything, that there’s no reason to take it as an insult. He seems to get a kick out of the explicit fanart. I can’t recall if he’s played any gay characters.
Plus neither of them are homophobic about casual touching. I’m not suggesting they’re actually gay for each other (seriously not suggesting that) but they touch each other quite a lot just casually. Benedict pinched Martin’s ass on the red carpet for The Desolation of Smaug, and sober Martin in real life has gotten a lot handsier with Benedict than drunk John Watson has gotten with Sherlock Holmes. Both of them are all huggy with every guy they meet. (Honestly, when any two British actors run into each other it’s like a race to get to second base.) They’re not bothered by that sort of thing.
Past that, they haven’t had any problem with all the homoerotically charged stuff they’ve portrayed so far. And honestly, I can’t see either of them saying, “Whoa whoa whoa, okay, no, I won’t get with a guy on screen.” They’re very serious actors and too professional for that; I think they’d like to be part of something that big. If anything, that kind of secret reveal might appeal to them: if it happens, it’ll be a huge thing for both the show and their careers, and they’d be historically remembered.
Okay, so almost everyone knows Idina Menzel because of ‘Frozen’ or from her role as Elphaba in ‘Wicked’
Everyone, this is Kerry Ellis.
She’s a west end performer, who’s also played Elphaba in Wicked. This is a rendition of her singing ‘Defying Gravity’ produced by Mother.Fucking.Brian May.
Yes. Brian May from Queen.
I seriously recommend you watch it because it’s the Defying Gravity we all know and love, but with a rock sounding element similar to the sound of Queen.
woah, seriously seriously listen to this
Some of you have managed to memorize all 700 pokemon but complain about memorizing 20 vocab words
au where i get the D
Happy 51th birthday, Alexandra Elizabeth Kingston (March 11th, 1963)