One would think it would be hard to play a dragon. Whether you’re in a costume, or doing it via motion capture, it’s gotta be hard not to feel completely silly. Still, Benedict Cumberbatch did a very good job in The Desolation of Smaug, especially considering he was a talking dragon as well.
Here it is, seven months since Star Trek: Into Darkness came out, and we’re still fixated on that damn Khan. How is this possible? Well, it all has to do with the issue of secrecy, and how Khan was kept a secret for too long.
The Fifth Estate, which is about Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, has gotten fair to middling advance reviews so far, but that hasn’t stopped Assange from publically trashing the film, and calling out its star, Benedict Cumberbatch.
Another day, another Star Wars rumor, and this one is interesting, because if there’s any truth to it, it would mean that another member of Team JJ Abrams could be crossing over to a whole new sci-fi universe.
UK Star Trek and Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch said that his new found fame has bought him a cyber stalker.
Didn’t we straighten all this out already with the Star Trek villain?
Today saw the release of two trailers for the upcoming Star Trek sequel, but what do they tell us?
Team Abrams has finally released the first long-awaited trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness.
Fans of Tolkien's Middle Earth remain divided about Peter Jackson's version of The Hobbit. Originally slated to be a two-part film, the adaptation will ultimately be hitting theaters as a trilogy.
There's still no official word on who the villain in JJ Abrams's Star Trek 2 is, although it's been great fun to track all the frantic speculation over recent months.
We may finally know who the Star Trek 2 villain is. And no, it isn't Khan...
No, we still don't know who the Star Trek 2 villain is.
But with the JJ Abrams film slated to hit theaters in less then a year, it seems almost inevitable that a potential leak could be sprung at almost any point.
Just a few days ago, a number of Star Trek 2 images were leaked, including the one below, which depicts Zachary Quinto as Spock and Benedict Cumberbatch in an undisclosed role.
Benedict Cumberbatch is reportedly in talks to play the role of The Master on the Doctor Who 50th anniversary special, which is slated to arrive after the end of the next season in the summer of 2013.
We’ve already heard that Peter Jackson plans on making a solid connection between his Hobbit movies and the Lord of the Rings films, but he wasn’t letting on just how.
Noel Clark joins the cast of Star Trek 2 in an unknown role, while Benedict Cumberbatch has been added as the engimatic villain.