"I don't really know how people can be alive for more than six days without rage. If you live in this world, how can you not have it?" Martin Freeman
You don't want to say you like everything, because that means you like a lot of shit. But as far as genres are concerned, I don't want to limit myself. I don't want to be one of those people who say, "I don't like any fucking folk records." In this country, a lot of people have a casual dislike of jazz. Not specific performers but as an entire fucking concept. "Jazz? Oh ugggh, it's just fucking dreadful." To me, that'd be like saying, "I don't like any classical music. Beethoven's shit." I understand that some jazz is difficult to take. Not everyone wants to hear endless, tuneless fucking parping for ten minutes on a scale of C. But that's not all fucking jazz. I had a conversation with Ricky Gervais about it, and he said I must be pretending to like jazz. Well no, really, really not. But that doesn't mean you like all jazz any more than you like all rock n' roll. Martin Freeman (the man who cursed too much and just didn't fucking care)
"I'm in the fucking Hobbit," he says, with a grin. "And I am the fucking Hobbit!"
"Music was my first contact with anything creative. Music is it, as far as I'm concerned." Martin Freeman
This man needs no introduction. If you don't know who he is you are an idiot. About Martin, by some magazine doing a bit on The Girl is Mime. :3
"Acting is the only thing I'm vaguely good at and something that I think I do know about." Martin Freeman (VAGUELY?? MORE LIKE IMMENSELY!!)
"Sherlock and Watson meet at the right point in their lives, when they need each other the most. It's a love story. Sherlock is upset because nobody can see the world the way he does. Watson misses the adrenalin and the constant life or death situations. It's a very loyal adaptation of their friendship, but Watson is not a stumbling sidekick but more of a capable colleague." Martin Freeman on 'Sherlock'
"Benedict (Cumberbatch, who is playing Sherlock) looks amazing, he's still got an Sherlockian silhouette, with a large overcoat, but in a classic cut. Watson dresses with an urban elegance, a touch of old school dashing, giving a feeling of both the military and the medical profession. I suppose it's something they have in common as well. They're a bit metrosexual." Martin Freeman on the characters' style