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i’ll never be over the fact that benedict cumberbatch can be given scripts with page and a half deductions that he delivers rapid-fire all in one take and yet he wins one award and ends up telling everyone in the room that he has to pee and closing with “thank you very good much”
BBC officially announce the start of principal photography on The Hollow Crown: The Wars Of The Roses, which will comprise of three films, Henry VI Part 1, Henry VI Part 2, and Richard III.
Benedict Cumberbatch will be appearing in Henry VI part 2 and Richard III, alongside Judi Dench and Keeley Hawes - and look out for other familiar faces too!
Click HERE for the full BBC Press announcement.
Last pic/tweet for a few days. Love and thanks to all of you xx pic.twitter.com/Irp5cZmVCh
Benedict Cumberbatch on set of BBC2 production of “The Hollow Crown: The War of the Roses” based on Shakespeare’s Richard the 3rd. 24-09-2014.
The Hollow Crown series II: 22/09/14, first day of filming.
Photos by Halflink.
Sorry for the quality. The pictures were taken paprazzi-style: from behind a not-so-nearby tree. The things I do for you, Sherlock fandom :) Enjoy!
For the full story go to the sherlock-series in LJ -
MOTHER OF GOD LOOK AT HIM
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.
Dashing celebrities – all part of photographer Greg Williams’s charity campaign
When the photographer Greg Williams took these pictures, he was looking for one thing: urgency. Gillian Anderson flung off her heels and ran barefoot along the pavement; Idris Elba bolted down a London street; Steve Coogan leapt over a hedge. It was all in aid of the Stand Up To Cancer campaign, which launches this autumn.
Williams lost his mother to ovarian cancer in 2008, after three relapses that spanned 19 years. For this project he asked his subjects to sprint towards him “as fast as they can, as if trying to save a life”.
The first person Williams enlisted was his good friend, the actor Tom Hardy, who charged down the road near his house in a dressing gown and boxer shorts. The idea was that, “He could have just been making his breakfast at home and then suddenly it’s this mad call to arms. He drops everything and the most important thing in the world is saving that life,” says Williams.
Other stars soon came forward to support the campaign. Benedict Cumberbatch, Eddie Redmayne and Anna Friel all took part in a bid to increase awareness. “The quicker we move, the faster we can find cures and help people,” says Williams. “It makes perfect sense really.”
Stand Up To Cancer is a joint national fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4 (standuptocancer.org.uk)
Benedict Cumberbatch accepts his GQ award 2014, a bit drunk [x]
Somewhere, Martin Freeman is grinning.
Benedict Cumberbatch accepts his GQ award 2014
GO HOME YOU’RE DRUNK
"Thank you very good much. See you in the loo."
Drunk waffling, bless you :P