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Note: that’s her full name above, he’s not snogging her with an actual spoon, that would be messy.
That’s correct, we are dedicating an entire Snapshot to Mr. Benedict Cumberbatch, Anglo’s Golden Boy.
The English have a reputation for creating formidable educational establishments that take children at a young age, educate and nurture them, and then set them loose on the world, ready to take over. The schools in this list count among ...
Last night (December 7) Benedict Cumberbatch was honored with the Variety Award at the 2014 British Independent Film Awards. The commendation was given because his skyrocketing success has helped to “focus the international ...
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is the final film in Peter Jackson‘s Hobbit series, and the gang came out for the premiere held in Leicester Square, London, England last night (December 1).
It seems to be an unwritten rule of movie fandom these days. If you can’t see Benedict Cumberbatch in the cast list of an exciting new movie, but there is any kind of mystery around one of the characters, people will immediately ...
Yesterday, the BBC One Twitter feed published this enigmatic picture of Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman dressed as Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson together with the hashtags #221back and #notkidding.
Because of COURSE you’re going to want to see Benedict Cumberbatch larking about with the rest of the cast of The Penguins of Madagascar—including John Malkovitch and Ken Jeoung—in a mock-documentary about their working ...
As The Imitation Game continues to win fans and plaudits, and critics slyly nudge one another and hold pretend Academy Awards whenever Benedict Cumberbatch delivers an interview on the subject of the film’s subject, Alan Turing, ...
Oh now here’s a question.
During one of the astonishingly huge amount of press interviews Benedict Cumberbatch has given to promote his role as Alan Turing in The Imitation Game, he expressed the thought that he hasn’t ever played the romantic lead in a ...