Benedict and Keira attended the The New York Times’ Timestalks & TIFF In Los Angeles’ Presents ‘The Imitation Game’ earlier this week, here are some pictures:
A BAFTA private screening of The Imitation Game was held today in London. The BAFTA Awards will be this Sunday, Benedict is nominated for Best Actor Award, and he’ll also be presenting.
Here are the photos.
Here are pictures from the Golden Globe Awards from last sunday.
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Benedict attended the 60th London Evening Standard Theatre Awards earlier this sunday, here are photos:
More pictures from the 18th Annual Hollywood Film Awards and The Imitation Game Los Angeles Premiere have been added to the gallery:
Last Thursday Benedict attended the annual Young Patron’s Bright Young Things Gala and I have a few pictures up, thanks to our friend Claudia.
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Ben is already in Toronto and he attended last night the InStyle’s annual Toronto Film Festival party with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. In town to promote The Imitation Game, he told to E!’s Mark Malkin that he never thought in his wildest dreams that he’d win the Emmy like he did a couple of weeks ago for his work on Sherlock.
A few HQ pictures has been added to the gallery:
The GQ Men of the Year Awards took home yesterday in London and Benedict attended it, as received the ‘Best Actor’ award.
GQ – Even for an actor with a hit rate as good as his, Benedict Cumberbatch has had a superlative year. The 38-year-old returned to the small screen in the third series of BBC’s Sherlock, went blockbuster for The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug, put in an epic performance in 12 Years A Slave and next month excels alongside the cream of Brit talent as Alan Turing in Enigma-code biopic The Imitation Game.
Then there’s the small matter of his forthcoming starring role in Hamlet at the Barbican, the announcement for which caused a frenzy of excitement, sold out and became easily the most in-demand British theatre production of all time. Now, following his Emmy for Sherlock, Cumberbatch has gone one better and takes centre stage once more, with his Actor Of The year prize win at the GQ Men Of the Year awards. Collecting his award, Cumberbatch said: “This is wonderful. I’d like to thank James McAvoy for not being available. But seriously, it’s an embarrassment of riches. I’m in one of those extraordinary rooms with extraordinary people. Thank you Mum and Dad for rearing me. Wait, what century am I in? I’m going to leave the stage now because I drank a lot and I need the loo.”
Watch below the video of Benedict accepting his award during the show, and head over our gallery for a few pictures: