Errant curls out in FORCE. The buggers knock like, 10 years off him.
#HQ - June 6, 2013 Benedict Cumberbatch speaks with the Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex as they attend a Garden Party Queen Elizabeth is hosting at Buckingham Palace in London
Benny with the members of the royal family!!!
like his new suit…….
The Countess of Wessex meets actor Benedict Cumberbatch @BritishMonarchy.
Ooooo get him! ;) Looking SHARP though, damn….. #unf
They are working their arses off!
Sherlock - ©
Should Wasikowska’s reps at WME be able to work out her schedule, the “Stoker” star plans to take over the role that Emma Stone had originally been attached to but was forced to depart last month due to a scheduling issue.
Wasikowska is being eyed to play a young author named Edith Cushing who discovers that her charming new husband is not who he appears to be.
Benedict Cumberbatch and Jessica Chastain will co-star as siblings from an aristocratic family, while del Toro’s “Pacific Rim” star Charlie Hunnam also has a lead role in the movie.
Del Toro wrote the haunted house thriller with Matthew Robbins and Lucinda Coxon. Legendary will produce and serve as one of the movie’s main financing partners, while Universal has retained an option to co-finance at a later date. Production will begin early next year
With “Crimson Peak,” Del Toro plans to toy with the conventions of the genre while subverting some of its long-standing rules.
Wasikowska recently starred in Chan-wook Park’s “Stoker” and Jim Jarmusch’s vampire tale “Only Lovers Left Alive.” She has Richard Ayoade’s “The Double” with Jesse Eisenberg and John Curran’s “Tracks” with Adam Driver awaiting release. She’s also attached to star in David Cronenberg’s “Maps to the Stars,” Todd Haynes’ “Carol” with Cate Blanchett and an adaptation of “Madame Bovary.” She’s repped by WME and RGM Artist Group.
Some new high res shots I didn’t have previously of the Sherlock press conference that took place in the US last year.
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“It became clear to me in an instant that living a gay life without publicly acknowledging it is simply not enough to make any significant contribution to the immense work that lies ahead on the road to complete equality.” -Zachary Quinto