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The 'Fifth Estate' actor plays the late British gay codebreaker who was criminally prosecuted due to his sexual orientation.
The 'Sherlock' actor gives a dramatic reading of the sexy lyrics off Kelly's song on a dim-lit set, prompting audience to shriek as he says, 'I can't wait to turn you on.'
The male stars namely Martin Freeman, Benedict Cumberbatch, Orlando Bloom and Luke Evans as well as guest Ed Sheeran suit up for the special screening at the TCL Chinese Theatre.
The project co-produced by Brad Pitt will revolve around the story of legendary British explorer Colonel Fawcett during his last expedition in the Amazon.
The British actor admit the letter wherein Assange called the movie 'toxic' and slammed him as 'a hired gun' caused him to second guess his involvement.
The controversial Aussie journalist turns down Cumberbatch's request to meet up and urges the actor to consider his involvement in the 'wretched' film.
The Loki depicter on 'Thor' movie series will star alongside Jessica Chastain, Mia Wasikowska and Charlie Hunnam in the classical gothic romance ghost story directed by Guillermo del Toro.
The 'Star Trek Into Darkness' and 'Sherlock' actor will accept his honor at the Britannia Awards ceremony on November 9.
Co-stars Carice van Houten, Dan Stevens, Alicia Vikander and Daniel Bruhl also join director Bill Condon on the red carpet at the Roy Thomson Hall.
Brad Pitt will produce the adaptation of David Grann's bestseller, with James Gray set to direct and write.
The 'Star Trek Into Darkness' actor has been said to likely star as the 'Star Wars Episode 7' villain.
A report suggests that the 'Star Trek Into Darkness' villain will most likely be on board the 'Star Wars' project following his sudden departure from 'Crimson Peak'.
Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain and Charlie Hunnam remain on board the project, which will start filming in February 2014.
The 'Star Trek Into Darkness' villain and the 'Red 2' star will be directed by Simon J. Smith, who served behind the lens for 'Bee Movie'.
The Bill Condon-directed drama about Julian Assange also stars Daniel Bruhl, Alicia Vikander, Stanley Tucci, David Thewlis and Anthony Mackie.