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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.
The 'August: Osage County' actor addresses rumors that he is eyed to star in 'Justice League' and 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice'.
The star of 'The Imitation Game' who wins Actor of the Year award at the event says, 'I'm going to get off stage now because I drank a lot and I need the loo.'
The 'Sherlock' star gets poured with ice not only once but five times in five hilarious scenes, which include a shower scene.
The 'Fifth Estate' actor will lend his voice to the man-eating tiger, ultimately pitting him against Idris Elba who will voice the villain in the rival project directed by Jon Favreau.
The 'Imitation Game' star says he is likely to turn down the role due to scheduling conflict.
The British actor portrays mathematician and computer scientist Alan Turing who played a big role in breaking Germany's secret codes.
The 'Fifth Estate' main star voices a wolf leader who heads a high-tech animal organization in the 'Madagascar' feature film spin-off.
A list of candidates for the lead character in Stephen Strange movie gets longer, after previously having Jared Leto in the mix.
Cumberbatch will portray the brother of Johnny Depp's Whitey Bulger, the former FBI informant who was hunted down for being a crime kingpin himself.
The 'Sherlock' star will play the Prince of Denmark in a stage production scheduled for August 2015 opening.
Angelina Jolie and her longterm partner Brad Pitt are among those scheduled to present the statuette on the upcoming ceremony.
Murray Monster confuses the British actor with his 'Sherlock' role and asks him to use his sleuthing skills to solve a 'brain-bending challenge.'
Cumberbatch believes that the fourth season of the detective series is happening despite no official announcement from BBC yet.