The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is finally here as the last chapter of the 13-year-old film franchise. After all this time, you may be surprised to learn that in everyday life, Orlando Bloom doesn’t travel with a bow and arrow and Benedict Cumberbatch doesn’t typically breathe fire.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies comes out tomorrow. Don’t remember what exactly happened in the first two films? No worries! The cast is here to help.
What will Martin Freeman talk about during his Saturday Night Live monologue this weekend? The Hobbit, most likely. Old school The Office, if we’re lucky. But Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch? Don’t hold your breath.
Marvel makes a big announcement regarding its new star, Rosamund Pike gave birth to a baby boy, Orange Is the New Black and Game of Thrones lead in 2015 Writers Guild nominations, and more First Dibs.
The biopic is alive and well this fall movie season, and luckily the latest offerings are much better than Lifetime’s Aaliyah movie. In The Imitation Game, Benedict Cumberbatch plays Alan Turing, the British mathematician who helped cracked Nazi code during World War II, while fellow English dreamboat Eddie Redmayne tackles the early life of cosmologist Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything. Typically you’ll see one of these attractive actors on the red carpet and think, “Marry me.” But when you see them portraying a brilliant mind on the big screen you’re suddenly like, “Marry me, and have my babies while taking care of my taxes until death do us part!”
Benedict Cumberbatch made us giggle like schoolgirls when he couldn’t stop laughing at the word “booty,” and dared to impersonate the one and only Taylor Swift. Now, he’s brave enough to admit that he has trouble pronouncing his own name. Obviously this so-called imperfection only makes him even more perfect in our eyes.
Benedict Cumberbatch is featured on the cover of TIME, Jon Hamm will guest star in the final season of Parks and Recreation, TV networks opt out of airing President Obama‘s speech and more in Last Lap.
Benedict Cumberbatch is not only superb at impersonating celebrities, but he has a true knack for storytelling. The Imitation Game star proved this by playing “Three-Word Stories” with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show last night. Read more…
Kristen Bell debuts a new Christmas carol, Orange Is the New Black‘s Diane Guerrero takes a heartbreaking family issue public, and more in Last Lap.
Diem Brown sadly lost her long battle with cancer, Benedict Cumberbatch does 11 spot-on celebrity impersonations in one minute, Alyssa Milano chimes in about Kim Kardashian‘s nude photos, and more in Last Lap.