Benedict Cumberbatch has joined Andrew Scott in the star studded cast of 50 Years on Stage, a celebration of the half century anniversary of the National Theatre.
The event is performing a special preview evening on Friday November 1 2013, with a live broadcast on November 2 on BBC Two in the UK and in cinemas around the world.
"Try saying it five times fast: Benedict Cumberbatch.
He’s the white-hot Brit with the funny name, whose on screen influence in BBC’s Sherlock has spread across the pond to American audiences (particularly young women), who can’t wait to see him stretch out in upcoming films like The Fifth…
For those of you who missed it, Benedict Cumberbatch took part in an online Q&A on Reddit AMA on 11th October 2013, in promotion for his new movie The Fifth Estate. Below are some of the highlights.
Q. What’s the weirdest encounter you’ve had with a fan? – FullOnPleb
A. Ted Danson at a…
Such a cheeky thing!
Through the magic of prior recording and the wonder of air travel, Benedict Cumberbatch last night appeared on the Graham Norton show in the UK, and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon in the USA within mere hours.
Here’s a clip of Benedict engaging in a ‘Rickman off’ with Fallon.
The curious nature of truth and the collateral damage it leaves behind is the main theme running throughout The Fifth Estate, the new drama telling of the creation of WikiLeaks. The film features strong performances from Benedict Cumberbatch as the websites creator Julian Assange and Daniel Bruhl as Daniel Berg, whose point of view we effectively follow throughout. Ultimately it fails to improve our understanding of the events depicted beyond what we can already glean from newsprint, however leaves the final judgement to commend or condemn to the viewer, neither preaching or dictating which direction opinion should fall.