"I can feel your body flowers, while I'm kissing on your thighs."
Cumberbatch and Lawrence, sure. But Kaya Scodelario? Tyler Hoechlin?
Benedict Cumberbatch is the most famous man in the world ... until you shut down your browser and go outside.
With one of the worst openings of 2013.
Starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Julian Assange.
At a screening of The Fifth Estate.
They’re even calling it “the anti-WikiLeaks movie.”
Do you want his hair long and lustrous? Brown and forelock-y? Parted and combed assiduously? You're in luck.
In Crimson Peak.
Bill Condon's biopic opened this year's Toronto Film Festival.
Guillermo del Toro’s ghost thriller needs a new male lead.
He's watched so many Sherlocks.
He suggests they get a beer. This thing is really happening!
"My biggest wish is to hang out with him!"
"We're trying very hard to make a movie that raises all the questions without providing all the answers."
One of James Gandolfini's last films, a hip-hop doc, and another twisty BBC miniseries.
More Smaug! More Smaug!
Last Night on Late Night: J.J. Abrams Presented a Deleted Benedict Cumberbatch Shower Scene From Star Trek
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The Star Trek actor on playing the villain, Sherlock, and learning from Meryl Streep
J.J. Abrams directs the sequel to his 2009 reboot.
Including Carey Mulligan, Jaden Smith, and Ryan Reynolds.
It's gonna be scary.
Some of these are totally mesmerizing.