Tuesday 19 June 2012

Colin Morgan at Pierrefonds Castle

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Colin Morgan

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Colin Morgan

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Colin Morgan filming at Pierrefonds Castle

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yay! New pics of Colin Morgan filming at Pierrefonds

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Sherlock star supports young filmmakers

Sherlock star supports young filmmakers

Benedict Cumberbatch hosted The Prince’s Trust Film Showcase at Madame Tussauds in London, in his role as an Ambassador for The Prince’s Trust.
The Prince’s Trust Film Showcase, sponsored by The Vivendi Create Joy Fund, saw short films created by young people from London, Birmingham and Cardiff shown on the big screen to an audience of two hundred guests.
The films were inspired by issues and events affecting young people today, from unemployment and crime to the London 2012 Olympic Games.
The young film makers are being supported by The Trust’s Fairbridge programme, which builds confidence in young people through one-to-one support and group activities. The programme helps disadvantaged young people to gain skills and confidence to enable them to move into education, work or training.
Benedict Cumberbatch said, “Making films requires passion, determination and team work and these qualities are evident in the films we’ve seen tonight.”
He continued,
Many of the young people supported by The Prince’s Trust face major challenges in their lives and I hope that the achievement of creating a powerful film has motivated them and made them realise their potential.
Diane Emdin, Vivendi Create Joy Fund Coordinator, said: “Film making is a really important tool to help young people develop communication and creative skills. We’re extremely proud of those who have taken on the challenge of making inspirational films which give voice to issues affecting their lives.”
The young people were supported in making the films by Media Trust who led film courses at Prince’s Trust centres in London, Birmingham and Cardiff.
source: londonphile

Benedict Cumberbatch & Matt Smith


 Matt Smith and Benedict Cumberbatch attending the Esquire Collection Party. 
June 15, 2012 in London, England.
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The Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA), an offshoot of the Broadcast Film Critics Association, has announced the winners of the 2nd annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards. The star-studded gala awards dinner to acknowledge and honour the best in television was held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel last night, and Sherlock took away two awards!
Benedict Cumberbatch
While nominated for Best Actress in a Miniseries/Movie, Lara Pulver sadly did not win for her role as Irene Adler in Sherlock: A Scandal in Belgravia, losing out to Julianne Moore for her portrayal of Sarah Palin in the HBO TV Movie ‘Game Change’.
The Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA) is a partner organization to the Broadcast Film Critics Association. BTJA includes TV, radio and Internet journalists who cover television on a regular basis. For more information, visit: http://www.criticschoice.com/

Benedict Cumberbatch at The Amazing Spiderman premier, UK


hi-res. The Amazing Spider-Man UK premiere - departures.

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Benedict Cumberbatch backstage at the Spencer Hart show

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Benedict Cumberbatch backstage at the Spencer Hart show


#BenedictCumberbatch backstage at the @spencerhart show.
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Monday 18 June 2012

Benedict Cumberbatch on the catwalk for the Spencer Hart show


Found on twitter, not mine.But damn, if it were… 
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Benedict Cumberbatch before the Spencer Hart show

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Benedict Cumberbatch at the Esquire, Mr Porter, Jimmy Choo party as part of The Men London Collections on June 15, 2012 in London

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Sherlock & Doctor Who

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Benedict Cumberbatch on taking fashion advice from his fans

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Benedict Cumberbatch before taking to the catwalk at the Spencer Hart show

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Benedict Cumberbatch suit porn

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Spencer Hart SS13 show at Selfridges London


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It wasn’t just the looks on the catwalk that impressed us at London Collections: Men. We also had our eyes peeled for the best-dressed show goers around the capital. Here’s a few that caught our photographer’s eye.
Benedict Cumberbatch, actor

@SpencerHart having some fun.

Benedict Cumberbatch at the GQ dinner


use #gqdinner to see more from tonight.

He looks very happy. 
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TVLine interview with Benedict Cumberbatch

His Mad Men Envy and That ‘Mortifying’ Downton Abbey ’PR Disaster’
Why Sherlock’s Benedict Cumberbatch has yet to be nominated for an Emmy is a question that might befuddle even his super-sleuth alter-ego. But, rather than solve the mystery, this year it might instead be resolved. Not only is the actor’s name — memorable as it is — on the verge of becoming a household one, thanks to his appearances in two of last year’s Oscar contenders, War Horse and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, but he’s also collared the plum role of Capt. Kirk’s nemesis, Khan, in the highly anticipated Star Trek sequel. On top of all that, his work in his PBS hit’s second season was — almost unimaginably — better than his work in the first. In the following Q&A, Cumberbatch talks about “switching on” the Sherlock engine, looks ahead to Season 3 (and beyond!) and shares his real thoughts about Downton Abbey.
TVLINE | Of the three episodes in Season 2, Masterpiece has chosen to submit “A Scandal in Belgravia” for Emmy consideration. Do you agree that that was the strongest of the three?
It’s tough to say. It was the first you got to see Holmes, who at times is less than heroic and very adolescent, experience love. Not that he was in love, but he was in the midst of playing or experiencing or being seduced and toyed by and with love. It was a very smart play on the Irene Adler story. Irene [played by Lara Pulver] and Sherlock were like two predators circling each other waiting for the kill — it was hardly conducive to the normal conversation you would have on a first date. It was really, really enticing because it works on the principle that the best romantic stories are about the waiting [and] the game; the audience is just waiting for something to happen, and it doesn’t necessarily happen. I think it combines so many elements of what the show is about: the wit, the action, the visual style. [“Belgravia”] also [spanned] quite a long period of time, which made it feel weirdly more like a film than most anything I’ve ever done. It’s impossible to say whether it’s the better one. But I’m very proud of it.
TVLINE | What were the particular acting challenges you faced depicting the twisted relationship between Irene and Sherlock?
Well, he’s supposedly an asexual, emotionless machine, and has cut off feelings of attraction or sensory enjoyment or interest in the female form other than to gain information. So it was [about] how to get the audience to believe that you could possibly be in a position that was vulnerable — how could he possibly be feeling something for this woman? But the thing about [Irene] that is very obvious when you read [the 1891 short story by Arthur Conan Doyle in which the character is first introduced] is Sherlock definitely does fall for her and he does lose his cool; he’s no longer the logical machine. He fell for her charms. And so it was a balancing act, but it was so deftly written [by Steven Moffat] that it was so easy to do.
TVLINE | Do you have a process for getting into character as Sherlock, or do you just show up and wham — you’re him?
[Laughs] No, I’m much slower than him. I have to rev up an engine that needs a lot of oil and concentration and focus. There’s an elasticity to his movements as well. He’s ferociously expressive and I’m very still and content, so there’s different mood swings and temperatures and tones to experiment with in any given situation. But I take my time. I’m very good at switching it on.

Benedict Cumberbatch on playing Sherlock

Benedict Cumberbatch: I want 15 years of Sherlock

16/06/2012 - 21:06
Benedict Cumberbatch: I want 15 years of Sherlock
Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch has revealed he wants to play the super-sleuth for at least another 15 years - despite now being offered bigger roles on the big screen.

The actor, who revealed in an interview that filming on a third series is set to begin early next year, said that he had no plans to quit the show.

"I'll always do Sherlock - it's something that I'm not going to give up on," he said.

"I love it too much. It's hard work but it's so rewarding and such a lovely bunch of people who do it.

"We love our fans and we love what it's created," he added. "It's an incredible thing to be part of; it doesn't happen that often. Don't worry, it's not going to disappear."

Cumberbatch added that he felt he could play the role for years because the latest incarnation of the character was so much younger than before.

"It's rare to see Holmes and Watson at the beginning of their relationship," he admitted.

"We usually join them in their mid to late 40s or 50s. I've got a way to go, I'm only 35.
source: whatsontv.co.uk

Benedict Cumberbatch @ TTSS Venice premiere

How’s everyone doing after a Cumberbatch filled weekend? Staying alive?
Here have a cumbersmile on your dash.
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Benedict Cumberbatch backstage at men's Fashion week in London

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Tuesday 5 June 2012

Can someone please tell me why thrillerbatch is circulating again? This is so dissapointing!! It was obviously never meant to be posted, it is Private, and on top of that, people were asked very kindly to please take it down. It is a clear invasion of privacy & I hope anyone still posting it stops!