These days, creators struggle to keep the details of their upcoming movies and TV shows from leaking on the internet, so they can preserve their big surprises. And this leads to some pretty feeble attempts at misdirection, with cast and crew vehemently denying what everybody already knows. Sometimes, it works.…
Unless you totally unplugged for the holidays you are surely aware that Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a box office juggernaut unlike anyone has ever seen, breaking records left and right. But in China, one movie may stand a chance against it: Sherlock.
By the hoary hosts of hoggoth, it’s the Sorcerer Supreme! We’ve had set pictures, and teasing glimpses through concept art, but this is it: our first official look at how Benedict Cumberbatch will appear as the master of all things mystical in the Marvel universe. That beard. That cloak. That magic! Oh my.
There’s a new trailer for Sherlock’s Victorian special out, and it shows off a whole bunch of new things, including its titular bride!
You thought every war story had already been told? Apparently not. In the new thriller The War Magician, Benedict Cumberbatch will play Jasper Maskelyne, a real-life British magician who used his talents to help the allies during World War II.
Star Trek Into Darkness had plenty of unfortunate flaws, but if there’s one thing that it’s still mocked for, it’s how the production team approached keeping the identity of Benedict Cumberbatch’s villain away from moviegoers. Two years after the film came out, they’re finally starting to admit that was a mistake.
There’s a new teaser out for the upcoming Victorian-era Sherlock special. In it, Watson will break all of the bones in your body while naming them, because he’s a doctor.
We’ve known for a while that Sherlock’s upcoming special would be set in Victorian London, but man, even we weren’t expecting this much 19th Century love-in goodness. Carriages! Deerstalkers! John Watson’s amazingly fantastic moustache! This is certainly a trailer that has all of those things.
Earlier this year, Redditor Kialna crafted herself an amazing Humanoid Smaug costume for AnimeCon 2014 - but then went one step beyond that and wore said amazing cosplay to the London première of The Battle Of The Five Armies, where it drew the attention of Smaug The Terrible himself.
There are two movies about Alan Turing that you can watch right now: The Imitation Game and 1996's Breaking the Code. But which one does a better job of exploring his incredible achievement, and the terrible injustice that was done to him? Here's an in-depth look at aspects of Turing's life and how each movie handles…
At long last, we know who's playing Dr. Strange, the Sorcerer Supreme, in Marvel's upcoming movie, due Nov. 2016. But who is Dr. Strange? And what's so great about him? We've rounded up eight fantastic storylines about the surgeon-turned-wizard that are both awesome, and provide great material for Benedict Cumberbatch.
We've been hearing for months that the Imitation Game and Sherlock star, Benedict Cumberbatch, was in line to play the Sorcerer Supreme in Marvel's big movie in 2016. But now it's really official. Marvel has announced that Cumberbatch will be playing the surgeon who suffers an accident and gains mystic powers.
Benedict Cumberbatch, who stars as computing pioneer Alan Turing, is the best thing about the uneven period drama The Imitation Game.
While promoting The Imitation Game, MTV thought Benedict Cumberbatch should imitate other famous people. (GET IT?!) He gives it a pretty good shot, but none of them come close to his Jar Jar.
Deadline has announced that Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch is Marvel's choice to play the titular Sorcerer Supreme in the Doctor Strange movie, and talks are about to begin. Awesome. Question: If Strange faces off against Tom Hiddleston's Loki at any point, will the internet shut down in bliss?
You'll find it around the 1:50 mark. It's only a few words, but it's... well it's unsettling.
WARNING: Once you see the uncut footage of Benedict Cumberbatch doing his full-body motion capture performance as The Hobbit's Smaug — which is to say "lying on the floor and acting evil at nothing" — you may never see the dragon of destruction the same way again. Or Benedict Cumberbatch, for that matter.
Sherlock fans, ever looked at your mantlepiece and thought 'Hmmm, it's nice, but it could really do with some faux-bronze busts of Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman.'? If you have, imagine no longer - the BBC intend to make such thoughts reality with a new box set of all 3 series of the show.
Benedict Cumberbatch has already played one iconic Khan; now he's playing another. He has been cast in the Andy Serkis-directed adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book as the malevolent tiger Shere Khan.
If there was a way to stop the tidal wave of Cumberbatchamania, this might be it. The 'Batch pulled out a depressingly accurate impression of the Gungan in this MTV interview, and it's unsettling to say the least. It is kind of adorable the way Benedict thinks Jar Jar has "fans," though.