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I bet Benedict is going to nominate Martin 🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊

londonphile:

FYI  Donate and/or participate (you’re not obligated to do both of course)
Also Benedict is attending TIFF http://www.pinterest.com/tiffnet/2014-toronto-international-film-festival-guests/
http://www.tiff.net/festivals/thefestival/programmes/specialpresentations/the-imitation-game

londonphile:

FYI  Donate and/or participate (you’re not obligated to do both of course)

Also Benedict is attending TIFF http://www.pinterest.com/tiffnet/2014-toronto-international-film-festival-guests/

http://www.tiff.net/festivals/thefestival/programmes/specialpresentations/the-imitation-game

bennyslegs:

semioticsofdeduction:

rox712:

dudeufugly:

Warner Bros.’ adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book has landed its first voice lead, and it’s elementary.

Benedict Cumberbatch will voice Shere Khan, the man-eating tiger who is the villain of the classic tale of a boy named Mowgli who is raised by jungle animals.

Andy Serkis, the motion capture king after pioneering motion capture with such roles as Gollum and Caesar, is making his directorial debut with the movie,
Jungle Book is based on the more-dark-than-you-think short stories written by Kipling and centers on Mowgli, an orphaned boy raised by wolves who befriends Baloo the bear and Bagheera the black panther. The tiger Shere Khan is a lifelong enemy of Mowgli’s, with each vowing to slay the other.
Callie Kloves wrote the script. Her father, Steve Kloves of Harry Potter fame, is producing.
Warners’ Jungle Book is competing against Disney’s adaptation, which is fully cast withJon Favreau directing. Idris Elba is voicing Shere Kahn in that version. (x)

I ADORE Shere Khan!! How is he guessing all my favourite fandoms?

But… Shere Khan nearly killed Baloo… (I´m not crying remembering that scene… I´m not…) 

are yo UF KCCINGI J IDIDI NGM ME s>F SS FAS

bennyslegs:

semioticsofdeduction:

rox712:

dudeufugly:

Warner Bros.’ adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book has landed its first voice lead, and it’s elementary.

Andy Serkis, the motion capture king after pioneering motion capture with such roles as Gollum and Caesar, is making his directorial debut with the movie,

Jungle Book is based on the more-dark-than-you-think short stories written by Kipling and centers on Mowgli, an orphaned boy raised by wolves who befriends Baloo the bear and Bagheera the black panther. The tiger Shere Khan is a lifelong enemy of Mowgli’s, with each vowing to slay the other.

Callie Kloves wrote the script. Her father, Steve Kloves of Harry Potter fame, is producing.

Warners’ Jungle Book is competing against Disney’s adaptation, which is fully cast withJon Favreau directing. Idris Elba is voicing Shere Kahn in that version. (x)

I ADORE Shere Khan!! How is he guessing all my favourite fandoms?

But… Shere Khan nearly killed Baloo… (I´m not crying remembering that scene… I´m not…) 

are yo UF KCCINGI J IDIDI NGM ME s>F SS FAS

cumbermums:

Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman with their stunt doubles

Double trouble!

memespray:

memespray:

Daddy????????????

oh my God it’s morning and he’s Still Hot

memespray:

memespray:

Daddy????????????

oh my God it’s morning and he’s Still Hot

ben-addict:

That was then.                                          And this is now. 

corneliapornelia:

Cuties (X)


"Look how cute Benedict Cumberbatch was! Stayed at his school for a week””  [x]

"Look how cute Benedict Cumberbatch was! Stayed at his school for a week””  [x]

wearebenaddicted:

…basically what happens whenever I see a new Benedict picture/clip

I really really really hope Hamlet will be officially recorded and screened in the future (similar to Frankenstein) like PLEASE

officialunitedstates:

benedict cumberbatch strums his guitar, alone, sitting on the railroad tracks.  they’re rusty and wet and he knows it will ruin his pants but he doesn’t care anymore.  he just doesn’t care

mostly-benedict:

"Yesterday on the beach. I think I was watching someone struggle with a surfboard and it just, I was, um, I don’t like to laugh at the misfortunes of others and we were doing it in a very good-natured way. But it was just, there was a lot of… the surf was a little stronger than this very small person with a surfboard and eventually we went to help them. But it was, it was very funny."

↳ Benedict being interviewed at SDCC 2014 x