RAW FEED: Time Is Out Of Joint: Wholock trailer

Everyone’s favourite BBC shows get a genderswap crossover, with Sherlock, Joanna, circular Gallifreyan and bonus Hamlet (and maybe even a little Supernatural). Because why not? (Thanks to Joe Astley for the time vortex.)

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  • CaptainCalvinCat

    Is this just a fun trailer or a trailer for a Fanfilm? If the first: THIS NEEDS TO HAPPEN. ^^
    You three are doing such a great job there. *thumbs up* AWESOME.

    • Jill Bearup

      Sadly it is not a real thing. But maybe someday. 🙂

      • danbreunig

        Didn’t you just say you were PROFESSIONALS, DAMMIT? I’m sure if you two can make this, then you can make it a real thing…someday. You guys certainly have the experience and know-how. Me, I…just make homemade uneducated fan art. I’m so pathetic.

        • Jill Bearup

          First, never knock fanart. Fanart is awesome.

          Second, your faith is…well, probably misplaced, but nonetheless appreciated.

          Third, never say never. 🙂

          • danbreunig

            Well, thanks aplenty. And if I hadn’t actually said it already–this was pretty cool.

          • Sofie Liv

            Both Jill and I write fan-fiction so well yeah.. we wont knock that down at all.

          • danbreunig

            Thanks again. You know what, Sofie? It seems every few videos or so I see you show off a new talent that none of us knew before you had, like fan art in this one (or in these comments, really). So if you don’t mind me asking, seriously–what CAN’T you do?

          • Sofie Liv

            Draw, I can’t draw.

            Also my motor skills has been severally lacking all of my life, so I am actually a bit of a klutz and can diffenetely not make any elegant dances or gymnastics for you.

            But I don’t mind, there’s plenty of other things I can do just fine 🙂

          • danbreunig

            Wow, that must be really frustrating for a fan of animation. I know the feeling, too–so far I’ve made only small individual drawings, such as occasional fan art, when in my mind I can really picture images moving in a comical way in real time.

            And I’m sorry if I sound so intrusive asking such things. It’s just that it’s not often that I see about 20 different talents and skills packed into one single person, when most of us are lucky to have even one or two–or what’s more, having the chance to actually *use* them and get them out to the outside world–or even living a lifestyle where you can do just that. I just have to say: I. Am. So. Fucking. Amazed. That’s not to say that I’m not a fan of anyone else, though. For example, Mendo’s already published a novel in real life, and I can relate and get behind that because for a few years I actually wanted to be an author myself–before I realized that wasn’t my calling. Still haven’t found a niche yet…

          • Sofie Liv

            not really, I view myself more as a writer and performer regardless, and being able to do just one of those things well is a priviliege.

            Of cause some-times I wish I could draw, but just in the same way that every-body wishes they could do certain things all the time, some-times I also wish that I could play the violin or do a real dance routine.

            But no-body in the world can do every-thing, and I just chose what things I wanted to focus on as I went along and tried to stick with them for a while, so it’s all good.

            I all-ready know that I am a pretty good writer, half decent musican and performer, an excellent home-cook, good at almost any-thing creative, not really that good at practical stuff (I always sucked at Math, you wouldn’t believe how hard. But succeeded in all creative subjects.)

            And that just means I got some stuff I am really good at, and some things I am not fitt for.

            As is with all people, cause we are all very different individuals, and I don’t mind, that just keeps the world exciting!

      • CaptainCalvinCat

        What would it take to become a real thing? Because this looks AWESOME. ^^

        • Sofie Liv

          you giving us money to finance it….

          • CaptainCalvinCat

            So would love to do so… *sighs*
            Maybe you could do a kickstarter?

          • Sofie Liv

            I think we’ll safe the kickstarter for a time where we have a big project we really badly want to make.

            Who knows where we are in a year, we’ll see.

  • danbreunig

    I’ve seen only a few episodes of both new Who and Sherlock (they’re great, i like them, they’re just not that much on my radar that I make a point to keep up with them), and even so I think I wet `em just watching this–would that you guys could make these more often. Sweet! When I heard you two were meeting up in England, I thought there would be a new Baker Street Adventure–well, we got half that here.

    In all seriousness, Jill and Sofie–what’s it like to *finally* produce a joint video with both of you in the same shot three feet from each other, without sending anything back and forth through the Internet?

    • Sofie Liv

      How was it go and actually meet Jill in person???

      Bloody Awesome! I guess we were both kind of nervous about it, but it turned out great and we had a great time!
      Singing Le Miserable songs, watching an absolut mental version of Hamlet, graduating as Wizards, eating cake, me getting Jill hooked on Phantom of the opera (you’re still welcome.)

      We had a great time. Becoming friends across the pond, it was sweet.

      • And it was bloody awesome for me to see you again as well! Showing you Father Ted, seeing you sing with a great rock band in a place you’d never been before, watching Epic with you which definitely made the experience more enjoyable (I liked the move actually), going round a part of the Midlands that inspired Mary Shelley and getting me hooked on One Piece (Ta for that!)
        I’m still on the comedown after that brilliant time! And I’m glad you had fun meeting Rick, Liam, Mad Andy and Jill. 🙂

      • Jill Bearup

        I shall remember us seeing Hamlet/watching Phantom/eating cake and being wizards for always. I had such a great time. And what a great con too! *happy sigh*

        • Sofie Liv

          Now we know what it feels like to be sadins in a cane….

          Can’t… breath… AIIIRRRR!

    • Jill Bearup

      Fricking awesome. As you shall see, I’m sure, when Sofie puts up our review. 🙂

      There was a lot of giggling. But we are PROFESSIONALS, DAMMIT, so we waited till after the take to start corpsing.