....my benedict palace...

..enjoy the journey of life and not just the endgame..

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lucyaudley:

The amazing BBC radio play of neil-gaiman's Neverwhere is the $1.95 deal on audible today (August 20). Voiced by Natalie Dormer, Benedict cumberbatch, James Mcavoy, Etc etc. Look it up. I can't type out all the amazing actors who worked in this project. swoons

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vh1:

“Pass The Bowl” is VH1’s ongoing interview series, wherein celebrities contribute questions to our bowl and fellow celebs later draw a question.
The Honey Brothers: Where was your favorite place to spend the night ever? And why?
Benedict Cumberbatch: My favorite place to spend the night ever and why was in a place called Sossusvlei, which is in Namibia. I was sleeping on the roof of where I was staying and I got woken up by a moonrise. It’s in the middle of a lunar landscape - it’s like Mars. There were red sand dunes, arid landscape, tumbleweeds and it’s just extraordinarily beautiful. To be woken up by a moonrise is quite something.
Question For The Bowl: If you could be an item of clothing worn by someone, what would you be and on whom?
Tune into Big Morning Buzz Live every weekday at 10AM EST on VH1.
[Photos: Colin Gray/VH1]

vh1:

Pass The Bowl” is VH1’s ongoing interview series, wherein celebrities contribute questions to our bowl and fellow celebs later draw a question.

The Honey Brothers: Where was your favorite place to spend the night ever? And why?

Benedict Cumberbatch: My favorite place to spend the night ever and why was in a place called Sossusvlei, which is in Namibia. I was sleeping on the roof of where I was staying and I got woken up by a moonrise. It’s in the middle of a lunar landscape - it’s like Mars. There were red sand dunes, arid landscape, tumbleweeds and it’s just extraordinarily beautiful. To be woken up by a moonrise is quite something.

Question For The Bowl: If you could be an item of clothing worn by someone, what would you be and on whom?

Tune into Big Morning Buzz Live every weekday at 10AM EST on VH1.

[Photos: Colin Gray/VH1]

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multifandom-madnesss:

Benedict Cumberbatch about Sherlock Season 4 in his Comic Con interview with Josh Horowitz [x]

Josh: There are gonna be a lot of questions about a lot of things, including we know that Sherlock’s coming back, which we’re all so thrilled about. So another series and another Christmas special, yes?

Ben: Yeah, well, first actually. So we’re doing one straight off, on-off Christmas special to begin with and then we do another three at the end of next year. So yeah, we’re really - I’m ridiculously excited about it because - you know, they just- the whole purpose of us doing it again is that we can do it better than we did it last time and the, the pitch for this series is… [smiles] it’s so exciting!

Josh: So do you know, I’m not, I’m obviously not expecting you to tell anything, but do you know, literally, like how they explain the return of Moriarty, etc., like next go around?

Ben: Yeah, I think so. I mean I kind of casually choose to forget in order to sort of rediscover […] It’s very weird. We get the first- our sort of audience hit with it is when Martin and I sit down to read the script, the first draft, and also when we get a pitch and the rough idea of where it’s going to go before we get the script. But, um. I kind of like casually forgetting [….] because there’s a lot of other traffic between then and now, but also because, um, it’s just,  it’s more fun when it’s slightly more fresh. But it’s a very good idea, I do remember. I do.   

Josh: It just came to you, just this moment…

Ben [smiles]: Yes.

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