Benedict Cumberbatch speaks about the glee of playing a villain and the fun of unleashing his imagination in the world of Dr. Seuss.
Black actors Chiwetel Ejiofor, David Oyelowo, and Idris Elba have all achieved recent success in American film and television despite concerns about the lack of diversity in entertainment. However, what makes their successes especially curious is that all three are not American — they are all English. Fellow Brit Benedict
It’s easy to forget that Benedict Cumberbatch juggles his film career — including starring as Marvel’s Doctor Strange (if reports are to be believed) — with the popular BBC television series Sherlock, in which he stars as a present-day version of master detective Sherlock Holmes. While dozens of actors have
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=laPb8cYSebY Though Peter Jackson‘s movie adaptations of The Hobbit haven’t received the same critical acclaim as his films based on the book’s sequel, The Lord of the Rings (turning a 300 page book into 9+ hours of film tends to do that), fans are still eagerly anticipating the release of
The Fifth Estate: A dramatic thriller based on real events that reveals the quest to expose the deceptions and corruptions of power that turned an Internet upstart into the 21st century’s most fiercely debated organization. Directed By: Bill Condon Written By: Josh Singer, Daniel Domscheit-Berg, David Leigh, Luke Harding Cast: Benedict
Whether it’s his distinctive voice or his bearing, Benedict Cumberbatch has been a go-to actor for intelligent characters like Sherlock Holmes or British mathematician Alan Turing. In a conversation with the Los Angeles Times, Cumberbatch spoke about what’s on his mind when he’s playing such characters… and he admits it