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Emma Watson, Benedict Cumberbatch Voted Sexiest People By Empire Poll

By Victoria Pavlova | 2nd October 2013

From Hermione Granger, nerd extraordinaire, to the sexiest female movie star on Earth, according to Empire readers. Emma Watson was voted the hottest actress in the world by the publication, with Benedict Cumberbatch being voted...

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A Week In News: Breaking Bad Finale, Marc Jacobs Leaving Louis, And Tom Clancy Dies

By Michael West | 2nd October 2013

Respect the Chemistry: After five seasons, Breaking Bad came to its explosive conclusion on Sunday, finishing Walter White's journey from "Mr Chips to Scarface." Check out which episodes our writers chose as their favorite.Leaving Vuitton:...

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Mystery Over Muscle: Benedict Cumberbatch Beats Gosling And Cavill In Sexiest Movie Star Poll

By Holly Williams | 2nd October 2013

Benedict Cumberbatch has been crowned sexiest movie star in an unlikely turn of events whereby he raced ahead of typical heartthrobs Henry Cavill, Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper in an Empire poll.The 'Star Trek Into...

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'The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug' New Trailer - Ready For More? [Trailer + Pictures]

By Jack de Aguilar | 2nd October 2013

The second film in The Hobbit franchise The Desolation of Smaug has a brand new trailer, which sees the Elves and the Dwarves reluctantly unite, Bilbo Baggins captured by The Ring's power and the terrifying...

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Hands Up, Who Voted Benedict Cumberbatch As Sexiest Movie Star 2013?

By Michael West | 2nd October 2013

Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt and Ryan Gosling must be weeping into their pillows at news that Benedict Cumberbatch has been voted the sexiest male movie star in the world by Empire magazine readers.Benedict Cumberbatch Is...

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Benedict Cumberbatch And Emma Watson Do England Proud As They Are Named World's Sexiest Film Stars

By Nick Hill | 2nd October 2013

Sherlock Holmes actor Benedict Cumbetbatch and former Harry Potter star Emma Watson have been named the world's sexiest film stars in a new poll by movie magazine Empire.Cumberbatch managed to beat last year's sexiest man...

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Benedict Cumberbatch In Final Stages Of 'Hamlet' Starring Role Talks

By Joe Wilde | 21st September 2013

Benedict Cumberbatch is said to be in "advanced talks" with producers of an upcoming West End production of Hamlet. According to the Daily Mail, the actor is planning on a return to the stage, and...

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Stephen Hawking Has No Illusions About The Afterlife: "A Fairytale For People Afraid Of The Dark"

By Joe Wilde | 20th September 2013

Stephen Hawking has long been one of the most influential and iconic figures in modern science. So it should come as little surprise to learn that the black hole expert has no hang ups about...

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A Week In Movies: Slavery Drama Wins In Toronto, Gordon-levitt Makes Filmmaking Debut, Diana Hits UK

By Rich Cline | 20th September 2013

As the Toronto Film Festival wrapped up earlier this week, 12 Years a Slave, the new film from Steve McQueen (Shame), took home the top prize, which makes it the frontrunner for Oscar nominations. It...

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Who Would Want To Kidnap Benedict Cumberbatch?

By Michael West | 18th September 2013

British actor Benedict Cumberbatch revealed in a recent interview of his traumatic experience in South Africa eight years ago when he and two friends were kidnapped whilst driving to the set of To The End...

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National Television Awards Debuts 'Detective Of The Year': Sherlock, Or Luther?

By Michael West | 17th September 2013

Such has been the intense appetite for gritty crime drama in Britain over the past couple of years - thanks to a slew of excellent Scandinavian shows - the National Television Awards has launched a...

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'August: Osage County' May Have Ending Change After Tiff Grumbles

By Lauren James | 11th September 2013

After premiering at this week's Toronto International Film Festival, it has been speculated that the ending of the Meryl Streep-starring August: Osage County could be changed ahead of its wide release late this winter. Director...

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'August: Osage County' In Toronto: Why This Darkly Funny Drama Won't Win Oscar Hearts [Trailer + Pictures]

By Lauren James | 11th September 2013

August: Osage County premiered at this week's Toronto International Film Festival to a storm of excitement from early critics and Oscar nudging. However, a few days later the dust has settled around John Wells' adaptation...

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'August: Osage County' Premieres At Tiff: How Did The Adaptation Of The Play About Strong Women Fare?

By Lauren James | 10th September 2013

John Wells' August: Osage County adaptation premiered last night at the Toronto International Film Festival after years of being performed as a Pulitzer Prize-winning Tracy Letts play. The movie boasts a star-studded caast, including Meryl...

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Time To Rearrange Oscars Thoughts? 'August: Osage County' Impresses Without Stunning [Trailer + Pictures]

By Jack de Aguilar | 10th September 2013

With an all-star cast – an overused but truly relevant phrase for this film – and a hit, Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway stage play providing the architecture, August: Osage County looked to be nailed on for...

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Critics Don't Know What To Make Of "The Fifth Estate," Benedict Cumberbatch Calls It "A Celebration" Of Julian Assange's Work

By Victoria Pavlova | 8th September 2013

Benedict Cumberbatch has a lot of respect for Julian Assange and believes his portrayal of the WikiLeaks founder in the upcoming film The Fifth Estate to be a celebration of Assange’s work. Even so, Assange...

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Benedict Cumberbatch Warns Julian Asange That He Won't Enjoy 'The Fifth Estate'

By Joe Wilde | 7th September 2013

Despite not being released for another few months, Benedict Cumberbatch is already generating an Oscar buzz for his portrayal of WikiLeaks founder Julian Asange in The Fifth Estate. However good his acting is though, Cumberbatch...

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Wikileaks Exposed In 'The Fifth Estate' At This Year's Toronto Film Festival

By Nick Hill | 6th September 2013

Benedict Cumberbatch stars in the upcoming thriller 'The Fifth Estate' as the editor-in-chief and founder of the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks. Benedict Cumberbatch and Daniel Bruhl star alongside each other in the upcoming thriller 'The...

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Ian Mckellen Steps Into Sherlock Holmes' Shoes To Solve His Hardest Case Yet

By Jack de Aguilar | 5th September 2013

It’s official, screen legend Ian McKellen has signed on to play a retired Sherlock Holmes in Bill Condon's A Slight Trick of the Mind. The movie is based on a novel of the same name...

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London Film Festival Line-up Revealed: Are There Any Movies Without Tom Hanks In?

By Lauren James | 4th September 2013

From the 9th October, London will play host to its annual film festival; an event increasingly becoming recognised alongside the likes of Venice, Cannes and Toronto for launching an impressive array of films as the...

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Discover The Extraordinary Life Of Stephen Hawking In 'Hawking'

By Jack de Aguilar | 4th September 2013

Stephen Hawking is not only the most prominent scientist of a generation; he’s a visionary, a philosopher and an inspiration. The man, who was handed two years to live when diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease...

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Which Film Will Get An Oscars Boost At The Toronto Film Festival 2013?

By Jack de Aguilar | 4th September 2013

The Toronto Film Festival has grown into one of the most important events in the movie calendar. Following the prestigious and glamorous Cannes and Venice festivals, it’s the sheer scale of Toronto’s slate that gives...

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Benedict Cumberbatch To Reunite With 'Star Trek' Director In Star Wars Episode 7?

By Michael West | 3rd September 2013

British actor, Benedict Cumberbatch has been reportedly added to the cast of the Upcoming 'Star Wars: Episode VII'. Although it hasn't been officially confirmed, the speculation may be accurate as the director of the new...

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Is Benedict Cumberbatch Our First 'Star Wars: Episode Seven' Star?

By Joe Wilde | 3rd September 2013

Benedict Cumberbatch won lavish amounts of praise for his portrayal as (spoiler) main antagonist John Harrison/Khan Noonien Singh in Star Wars Into Darkness, and his first proper steps into big screen sci-fi may have earned...

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"Go Photograph Egypt" - Benedict Cumberbatch To The Paps

By Jack de Aguilar | 23rd August 2013

He’s had enough, but instead of threatening to beat them up, like certain stars do (ahem, Justin Bieber and Kanye West), Benedict Cumberbatch sent out his own style of message to the photographers desperately...

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So, 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Was Good, Right? Yeah, About That...

By Michael West | 14th August 2013

Star Trek Into Darkness was universally praised by critics and is the most commercially successful film in the entire series, in terms of the box-office. Well, that's all well and good, only...Star Trek fans didn't...

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Dramatic Features Rule At This Year's Toronto International Film Fest, Offering An Early Preview Of Oscar Season

By Victoria Pavlova | 24th July 2013

From August: Osage County, to Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, the lineup for this year’s Toronto Film Festival looks like one big preview for the Oscars. Among the debuts is the highly anticipated adaptation of...

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Toronto Film Festival To Open With Wikileaks Movie 'The Fifth Estate' [Trailer]

By Joe Wilde | 23rd July 2013

The Fifth Estate, the Benedict Cumberbatch-starring biopic of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, will be the opening film at at this years annual Toronto International Film Festival. The film festival will also feature advanced screenings of...

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Brits Take The Lead! 2013 Sees America Ship In Overseas Talent

By Holly Williams | 19th July 2013

It used to be that British actors were traditionally cast by Hollywood filmmakers as villains; in endless kids' Disney flicks we'd hear exaggeratedly posh English voices coming out of the most evil of witches ('Snow...

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A Week In Movies: Big Premieres In New York And London, Plus Oscar-bait Movie Trailers

By Rich Cline | 19th July 2013

The stars were out to premiere their movies over this past week. First to face the paparazzi in New York were the voice cast of the animated comedy Turbo, including Ryan Reynolds, Paul Giamatti, Michelle...

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