Cumberbatch of the Day: Benedict Plays 3-Word Stories with Jimmy Fallon

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Can we please just give Benedict Cumberbatch a show already, where he sits in front of a camera all day doing impressions, dancing like Beyonce, playing games, and telling us all about penguins?

On "The Tonight Show" Monday, he continued his media tour to promote his new movie "The Imitation Game," by playing Three-Word Stories with Jimmy Fallon, i.e. discussing unicorns and booty.

Engagement of the Day: Benedict Cumberbatch Announces Marriage Plans in Newspaper Ad

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Engagement of the Day: Benedict Cumberbatch Announces Marriage Plans in Newspaper Ad
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It's a day of mourning for Cumberbitches around the world, as the Sherlock/Star Trek actor Benedict Cumberbatch has revealed that he is getting married to actress Sophie Hunter.

Not only that, but he made the announcement in the classiest, least sensational way possible: a tiny print ad in The Times' classified section.

It was the final clue in a very secretive relationship that kept his fans guessing until they were spotted together this year at the French Open. They first met on the set of "Burlesque Fairytales."

Marvel Rumor of the Day: Will Benedict Cumberbatch Play Doctor Strange?

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Marvel Rumor of the Day: Will Benedict Cumberbatch Play Doctor Strange?
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Marvel needs to hurry up and confirm someone for Doctor Strange. Every other day, there's another rumor about a different tall, dark and brooding actor set to play The Sorcerer Supreme. Today isn't any different.

Deadline is reporting that every girl's dream, Benny C, is already in talks with Marvel Studios. Kevin Feige's not so secret press conference is tomorrow, so there's hope that this'll finally be settled. Until then, we'll keep our skepticism:

Star Trek Casting News of the Day

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Star Trek Casting News of the Day
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Star Trek Casting News of the Day: It seems Benedict Cumberbatch won't be content until he's in every awesome thing ever.

The impossibly British thespian, who is already both Sherlock Holmes and Smaug The Dragon, has just been cast as the main villain in the upcoming sequel to J.J. Abrams' Star Trek reboot.

Deadline, which broke the news, could not say whether GQ U