Did they say MARVEL?
Reblogging again because… “Strange rumors”…? With a capital “S”…?
How very telling…
He. Would make. An AWESOME Dr. Strange.
Cumberbatch sees the future
Sir Ian McKellen has a reputation for taking his clothes off on stage — those who saw his Lear in 2007 may still have sleepless nights over what his understudy memorably called that “magnificent manhood dangling in the dusty air” — but mercifully he stopped short of a full reveal when he stripped at a charity event for the Park Theatre, in north London, the other day. McKellen came head to toe in Arsenal FC kit and gradually removed his hat, shirt, shorts, etc, to auction the items.
To Benedict Cumberbatch, who bought the scarf for £50, McKellen reflected that when he was young he had looked like the Sherlock star, above right. “Unfortunately, you now know what you are going to look like in 40 years’ time,” McKellen said. “Can’t wait,” Cumberbatch replied.
Everyone fears the CumberJaws DDD:|
Damn, our fandom is FAST.
Benedict Cumberbatch photobombing U2 at the 2014 Oscars
Whoever set this to Jaws music, you are a genius.
You can literally SEE him go “I am going to do the thing”.
I’m pretty sure Ben is part otter!
The first one though! XD
I think it’s appropriate to bring this little gem back today.
THIS. Yes. This is by far the only time a major show did not make fun of the fans. Bless this.Yes!
Benedict Cumberbatch answered a fan question we solicited from Twitter — it was about his favorite places in the world — and this was part of his adorable answer.
Check out the rest here.
Now THAT is how you sell a pair of jeans ;D
(credit to @bonniegrrl where I found the photo)
THIS NEEDS TO BE A REAL THING
Tom Hiddleston: The Meme-iest Man of the Moment (x)
Hiddleston also discussed a particularly buzzy Internet missive issued by his “War Horse” co-star and real-life palBenedict Cumberbatch— one that focused on both actors’s prominent cheekbones. During a recent Reddit AMA, the “Fifth Estate” actor’s answer to a fan question nearly elicited total Internet meltdown.It went down like this:
Fan: Do you, Matt Smith, andTom Hiddleston have cheekbone polishing parties?
Cumberbatch: We like nothing better than polishing our zygoma. And imagining a h—-y time-traveling, long overcoat purple scarf wearing super sleuth Nordic legend f—- fantasy. Get to work on that, Internet.
Hiddleston’s take: “You see, ‘zygoma’ is a word I didn’t know existed. That’s the Cumberbatch vocabulary for you.” (For you non-anatomy buffs out there, we’ll save you a trip to the dictionary: zygoma is indeed short for the zygomatic bone, aka cheekbone.)
Hiddleston continued reading through the rest of his buddy’s, um, cheeky response, stopping short on the F-word (because he’s classy with a ‘c’ and knows Yahoo doesn’t play that way). “Right. Benedict. That’s just asking for trouble, isn’t it? … Oh my goodness. That’s quite a mischievous thing to do.”
I thought this was some kind of digital trickery until I found the video.
Bizarre creature. All I could think of was this:
THE POWER OF THE INTERNET this was mind-blowing, not only for Benedict
“Benedict is one of my best friends, we live around the corner from each other in London” - Tom Hiddleston
The hottest corner in London O_O
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