When an actor stumbles into their fandom on Tumblr:


When an actor purposefully looks at their fandom on Tumblr:


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I can imagine Sherlock trying to carry a very, very pregnant Molly over the threshold after their wedding and complaining about how heavy she is and she just whacks him over the head and waddles into 221b by herself, slamming the door behind her and locking him out until he has to beg her to let him in 

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Dear matterofawesome,

Your completely hypothetical long-ass question for Ben was a thing of beauty and I love you.

That is all.

The entire NMTD fandom

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i wish i was friends with someone in my neighborhood so i could randomly call them up and be like ‘yo i know its 3am but do you wanna walk around aimlessly for a little while’

Do you think this is a god damn movie? My best friend lives 20 feet from me and I haven’t seen her in 3 weeks.

No but my best friend lives 19 hours away and I would give anything to have her live in my neighborhood and get to meet up with her when I wake up in the middle of the night feeling horrible.

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Q: Hey, y'all! I must say, Nothing Much to Do has got to be my favorite web series to date, so thank you. Question: how do you get the videos to seem so candid and genuine? The dialogue is the most realistic that I've seen in this type of storytelling. Is it ever improvised?



Thank-you so much!

We’ve said before, but it’s so cool to hear that NMTD seems so realistic. That was definitely one of our aims with the webseries. In terms of scripting and improvisation there was a script for every episode, the actors were given licence to change wording to make it more natural for them, but there were always beats they had to hit within a video. Even for videos which were more highly improvised (such as the Q&A’s) we always had a discussion with the actors about what the characters would say. The actors understood their characters really well, and they did a great job at improvising in role. It also helped that they all got along really well, which contributed to their onscreen chemistry. We are so grateful to have had such a good bunch of actors involved in our project!

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