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Joanhs

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About Joanhs

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Denmark
  • Interests
    Doctor Who, Sherlock, theater/acting, Britney Spears, Spice Girls, and all those things are kinda related to England, so maybe my interest is England??
  • Favorite series 1 episode
    A Study In Pink
  • Favourite Series 2 Episode
    A Scandal In Belgravia
  • Favourite Series 3 Episode
    The Sign of Three
  1. Joanhs

    Andrew Scott News

    Just saw Spectre. My friend loves Andrews Moriarty, and we laughed about how this could totally be something Moriarty could do to hurt Sherlock. And yes, had us gasping..
  2. Joanhs

    Benedict Cumberbatch in "The Imitation Game"

    Finally came around to watch it. What a nice acting done by BC. You could see he changed his posture, his face, and his voice is so good. Very well-acted! The story of course made me sad, but I didn't cry, but I feel why BC sounded angry over the way Alan was treated, in press interviews and stuff. But it was unknown for soo many years the real accomplishment of Alans work. It's sad he commited suicide, I wish we knew the reason why.
  3. Joanhs

    Benedict Cumberbatch in "Hamlet"

    Extra-review from me: It's been 2 days and now I can fully say, it was epic. When I see the pressphotos now I relate a lot more to them, and he did SUCH a good job. So handsome. And some of you mention, yes, his way of saying the lines was fantastic job, especially for me, because english is not my native language. I would by the DVD IF there is one. I miss looking at him in his "king" jacket.
  4. Joanhs

    Benedict Cumberbatch in "Hamlet"

    It was brilliant, breathtaking. Fantastic role for him to play, he made everything out of it he could. The other actors did a fantastic job as well. The scene and light and different way to use it was also perfect. It was a good atmosphere. It wasn't everything I understood so well, but I liked it wasn't that oldfashioned in it's speak.
  5. Joanhs

    Benedict Cumberbatch in "Hamlet"

    Me! Bought tickets last month, just to be sure. Thank god, the place is gonna be full! :o
  6. My director just changed it all back to what I originally wanted - more Sherlock :D It just wasn't working, it was simply to slow, to naive, and to dumb, and the lines weren't like that at all! Then my director was like "You can look satisfied when you say this and that, and sound more suspicious" and then I just looked and said "aha.. More Sherlock?" and my director just sat there, silent, and nodded his head...
  7. What you said about Columbo is exactly what my director just told me to do, and it actually worked. Playing a little dumb and slow.. I'm allowed to have some Sherlock temper - and tempo - and gesture when the plot is being revealed and stuff, and I'm still allowed a purple shirt ;)
  8. Joanhs

    The private life of Sherlock Holmes (movie)

    Christopher Lee just died :/
  9. Damn. My director told me he wanted more like Colombus.. Not having any of that :P We just had a read-through, and all agreed I can make it much more Sherlock-ish. There is a place where the character actually smiles at something thats not actually propriate to smile about. I love that..
  10. I think it's a mix.. I want to have visible nicotin-patches (have to research if there is any harm since I'm not a smoker). Other than that, yes I have made a pinterrest board about it :D https://www.pinterest.com/hyldskov/dial-m-for-murder/ But yes, hand-gestures. He really likes to point a lot. I also love how the old Sherlock versions, they can really ask questions without making it sound like they know who the criminal is. I like that.
  11. I jsut got a role as a police-detective in a play called "dial M for Murder". It really suits the character to be like Sherlock, and since I'm a female, I can do whatever I want, because the role is normally a guy, so I have to make a female-sherlock. (I snare at everyone who says I should be a girl-lestrade) So, I have thought about getting lightly curls, maybe die my hair black again. I have also thought about a lillac shirt, and some hand gestures. But what would you do? It's a big character, lots of lines, so I can do all sorts of stuff, like, when I'm asking people about random stuff what should I do. I even have to fake interest in some love-story! You can see the movie here if you want to, it's a Hitchcock: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUyEr21Cs1M
  12. WHen you are given a role in a play, that is normally played by men, and it's a detective sort of guy, and you immediatly go "I need to make this into a female sherlock!"
  13. Joanhs

    Your Favorite of the Original Four Novels Poll

    I just got 2 of them, can't wait to read them. I never cared much for Sherlock, not even the Robert Downey movie, and also, not even the disney movie as a kid !!! It wasn't until BBC's sherlock I cared. I have to read the books to find out if I actually care, or if it's just the series I love. The same with Doctor Who, haven't seen the old ones yet, but I'm obsessed with those from 2005.
  14. Joanhs

    Awsome gift :D

    My boyfriend just bought me "the adventures and memories" and "The casebooks and his last bow" for my birthday. It's in english, I wanted it in danish, but this was easiest. So I hope it helps me get better I should of course read the adventures and memories first, right??
  15. I know the sherlock fanbases has messed with my head, when I'm running, and a photo of Bilbo from the Hobbit pops up in my head with the text "i'm going on an adventure"
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