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

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I was advised to change my surname because no one could pronounce it. People still can’t pronounce it. But I thought my dad would kill me if I changed it. In the end, I decided that what you need to do is what we can now officially call “Cumberbatch” it: make sure that you become sufficiently well-known that no-one could mis-pronounce your name.
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Variety Studio Portraits – Toronto Film Festival [x]"I tracked (the project), is the lingo I think, which is the only time I’ve really done that for a role. There was just something about (Alan Turing) that immediately struck a chord for me."

cumberbum:

Variety Studio Portraits – Toronto Film Festival [x]
"I tracked (the project), is the lingo I think, which is the only time I’ve really done that for a role. There was just something about (Alan Turing) that immediately struck a chord for me."

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cumbertrekky:

Exclusive Interview: Benedict Cumberbatch Offers Spy Skills from Penguins of Madagascar 

First came Kid President, and now we have a Kid Reporter in our midst! The young and inquisitive JJ Totah sat down with Penguins of Madagascar star Benedict Cumberbatch to learn some basic spy skills.

In the animated film, in theaters November 26, Cumberbatch’s suave wolf Agent Classified leads a team of penguin spies to help defeat a super-villain. Quick to catch on, Totah discreetly dons a fake mustache as the 38-year-old British actor talks about being “stealth and unseen.”

The cheeky interview is the very first for DreamWorks Animation’s new YouTube series The DreamWorks Download, a weekly glimpse behind the DreamWorks Animation curtain that will showcase the making of upcoming films and fun one-on-one Q&As like this one. Check out the exclusive interview from DreamWorks TV below!

Still giggling :D

This is cute.

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Those at YOU HQ who were still sitting on the Benedict Cumberbatch fence practically flung themselves over it on seeing this vision in a wet shirt. BC found his inner Darcy for a shoot with Jason Bell (he of cute Prince George photo fame), who was commissioned by TK Maxx to shoot a variety of famous faces, including Liam Neeson, Kate Winslet and Jerry Hall, to celebrate ten years of its Give Up Clothes For Good campaign, which has raised more than £17 million for Cancer Research. Bell’s photographs will be exhibited at La Galleria on Pall Mall, London, from Tuesday until Saturday. tkmaxx.com.

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^ that was pretty much my face when I saw this.

ophelia-tagloff:

lokiwholockfactory:

londonphile:

Those at YOU HQ who were still sitting on the Benedict Cumberbatch fence practically flung themselves over it on seeing this vision in a wet shirt. BC found his inner Darcy for a shoot with Jason Bell (he of cute Prince George photo fame), who was commissioned by TK Maxx to shoot a variety of famous faces, including Liam Neeson, Kate Winslet and Jerry Hall, to celebrate ten years of its Give Up Clothes For Good campaign, which has raised more than £17 million for Cancer Research. Bell’s photographs will be exhibited at La Galleria on Pall Mall, London, from Tuesday until Saturday. tkmaxx.com.

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^ that was pretty much my face when I saw this.

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At yesterday’s TIFF screening, two grown men, seated on both sides of me, audibly cried like your little sister watching The Fault in Our Stars during one of The Imitation Game’s closing scenes. They lost it during a teary-eyed breakdown for Turing in which Cumberbatch shows why all of The Imitation Game’s early Oscar buzz is, for once, not just gun-jumping hyperbole. It’s the scene they’ll use—if the nod does happen—after his name gets announced in the Academy Awards broadcast. Years from now, it’s what we’ll all look back on as the moment when we all became Cumberbitches.
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