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The '12 Years a Slave' actor's fiancee was spotted sporting what may have been a baby bump at the Palm Springs International Film Festival.
Apart from the three stars, Robert Downey Jr., Brad Pitt, Eddie Redmayne, Rosamund Pike and Michael Keaton are among actors who are in attendance at the annual event.
Shailene Woodley, Miles Teller, Steve Carell, Chadwick Boseman and David Oyelowo also take part in New York Times Magazine's Great Performers Issue which features nine kissing scenes.
The 'Imitation Game' star is confirmed to play Doctor Stephen Strange in the upcoming movie which is set for release on November 4, 2016.
The British actor, who recently admitted in a TV interview that he went to 'Star Wars' filming set, reacted to speculations that he is the one who provided the narration in the new teaser trailer.
The image, which features Benedict Cumberbatch with a chunk of his arm missing, has sparked crazy speculations about possible plot of the special episode.
In addition to the 'Imitation Game' actor, Anderson Cooper, Christina Hendricks and Sheryl Crow pose for cameras on the red carpet.
The 'Sherlock' actor poses with co-star John Malkovich, while fellow voice actor Ken Jeong goofs around with guest Brooke Shields who brings along her kids to the event.
The Alan Turing biopic dominates with four wins, the adaptation of Gillian Flynn's novel follows with three, while 'Birdman' and 'Guardians of the Galaxy' get two each.
The Alan Turing of 'The Imitation Game' and his new fiancee break the news in a simple notice on the page 57 of a U.K. magazine.
The top head of Marvel Studios also responds to Benedict Cumberbatch's 'Doctor Strange' casting rumor.
The actor previously said he could not work out a schedule to star in the Marvel superhero movie but kept his fingers crossed.
The British actor, who is promoting his new movie 'The Imitation Game', talks about the Alan Turing biopic and anti-gay extremists among others in an interview with Out magazine.
The screening of the Alan Turing movie which marks the opening of the 58th BFI London Film Festival is also attended by Andy Serkis, Terry Gilliam and John Hurt.
Audience who watched the public screening would drop their ticket stub into a box when they felt the movie was worth the award.