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Benedict Cumberbatch as Richard III in The Hollow Crown

WATCH: Benedict Cumberbatch in ‘The Hollow Crown’ Trailer

A new trailer released yesterday (April 18) for The Hollow Crown focuses on the rise of one character, played by man of the moment Benedict Cumberbatch. The next installment of the BBC’s ambitious TV adaptation of Shakespeare’s history plays will depict the War of the Roses, a bloodthirsty fifteenth-century battle for power between two warring families, against which Richard […]

Actor Benedict Cumberbatch after receiving the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) from Queen Elizabeth II for services to the performing arts and to charity during an Investiture Ceremony at Buckingham Palace on November 10, 2015 in London, England.

Benedict Cumberbatch Cast as The Grinch

He’s been all over the shop recently, from comic-buying superhero to sarky sleuth and back again, and now busy boy Benedict Cumberbatch can add ‘Dr. Seuss villain’ to his acting credits. Universal announced yesterday (April 13) at CinemaCon that he will take over as the voice of the beloved green-haired grouch in The Grinch, a new animated […]

Benedict Cumberbatch stars in ‘Doctor Strange’

WATCH: First Teaser Trailer for ‘Doctor Strange’

Get ready to forget everything you think you know. The first Doctor Strange teaser trailer is here, and it’s got more than a few surprises. Until now little was known about what form the movie adaptation of the original Marvel comics would take. We knew some of the key players (Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rachel McAdams, and Mads Mikkelsen, […]

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FIRST LOOK: Benedict Cumberbatch on the Set of ‘Sherlock’

We’ve been shown props, teased with snatches of the script, and the fan mission to document almost every aspect of filming of Sherlock season four, aka #setlock, is underway. There was just one thing missing: Sherlock. Until now, that is. Last night showrunner Mark Gatiss posted this photo from the set, featuring the back of a […]

Mark Gatiss announces Season Four of Sherlock

It’s Official: ‘Sherlock’ Season Four Has Started Filming

Suspense is second nature to the makers of Sherlock, so it’s no surprise they’ve been keeping us in the dark about the new season. Just last week Mark Gatiss teased us with a photo of a familiar prop on Sherlock’s mantelpiece (surely that means they’re on set right now, surely?), and then Amanda Abbington was at it, tweeting a corner of […]

Benedict Cumberbatch visits a comic book store dressed as Doctor Strange

Benedict Cumberbatch Visits Comic Book Store Dressed as Doctor Strange

Customers in a comic book store in New York had a surprise on Sunday when a strangely-dressed sorcerer started browsing the racks. They were even more surprised when it turned out it was none other than Benedict Cumberbatch, who, after a day’s filming Doctor Strange and dressed in the full regalia of the Master of […]

Benedict Cumberbatch stars as Richard III in The Hollow Crown: The Wars Of The Roses

Benedict Cumberbatch Wows Critics in ‘The Hollow Crown’

The second cycle of The Hollow Crown previewed at a press screening this week in London, and reports suggest Benedict Cumberbatch steals the show. He plays Richard III, or the Duke of York’s third son as he’s known at the beginning of the film trilogy. In it the reign of Henry VI, depicted by Shakespeare in the […]

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Benedict Cumberbatch Now Comes in Chocolate Bunny Form

It was just 11 months ago when Benedict Cumberbatch got a chocolate makeover, with a life-size statue of his likeness being recreated with 40,000 grams (169 cups) of melted chocolate after 250 man-hours. If that weren’t enough to fuel the Cumberbatch Collective’s daydreams with new material, now he’s been turned into a chocolate bunny. Yes, […]

Benedict Cumberbatch (Photo: Tristan Fewings/Getty Images)

Benedict Cumberbatch Wins Big at the WhatsOnStage Awards

Benedict Cumberbatch won Best Actor in a Play for his portrayal of Hamlet at the WhatsOnStage Awards in London last night, with the production scooping Best Play Revival, Best Set Design and Best Lighting. The awards are voted for exclusively by the public, so it’s one in the eye for the West End critics, one […]

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