Tom Hiddleston is coming back to Marvel’s warm nerd-embrace, thank God

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In all honesty, I don’t really care that much about comic book movies. (Stage whisper: I never even watched Iron Man 3.) So it’s kind of funny that I get to write about some of this stuff. So, Marvel gave every geek a nerdgasm yesterday when they announced a huge slate of projects for the next four years or so. This is, I believe, all of Marvel’s Phase 2 and Phase 3 stuff. Or… something. Here’s what I learned:

*There will finally be a major black hero when Marvel introduces Black Panther, also known as T’Challa, “the head of the fictional African nation of Wakanda.” Black Panther will be played by one of my favorite newish actors, Chadwick Boseman. I’ve been hoping that Boseman gets some major projects and stepping into the Marvel world is BIG. Good job, Boseman! Black Panther will be out November 2017.

*Doctor Strange is still scheduled for a November 2016 release, but Benedict Cumberbatch’s casting was not confirmed.

*Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 will be out May 2018, and Part 2 will be out May 2019. Captain Marvelthe first major female superhero – will get a stand-alone film out July 2018.

*But the biggest news for the Dragonflies is about their king, Dragonfly Lord Tom Hiddleston. Marvel announced that Thor: Ragnarok will have a release date of July 28, 2017. Kevin Fiege confirmed that Hiddles would definitely return as Loki for the film. Fiege also confirmed that Thor: Ragnarok would be set immediately after The Avengers: Age of Ultron. This is what the film might entail, courtesy of Cinema Blend:

The Ragnarok storyline is one Thor fans have been begging to see on screen in this particular universe. For those unfamiliar with their Norse mythology, Ragnarok is the prophesized apocalyptic battle that is foretold to result in the complete destruction of Asgard, Thor’s home. It is written that it is Loki who is destined to bring about these end times, and Thor – being both a hero and the God of Mischief’s brother – is responsible for stopping these events from occurring.

When we last left Loki in Thor: The Dark World, he was certainly in a position to do quite a bit of damage. Taking the form of Odin (Anthony Hopkins), he sat on the throne he wanted ever since he was a child and was able to get Thor to leave Asgard behind to be with his beloved Jane Foster on Earth. Presumably the end of The Avengers: Age of Ultron will feature Thor realizing exactly what his brother has done and return to an Asgard that has spent a great deal of time under Loki’s boot.

The title Thor: Ragnarok is definitely a significant one, and Kevin Feige promised that it will have an effect on the Marvel Cinematic Universe as big as what Captain America: The Winter Soldier was able to pull off.

[From Cinema Blend]

Praise our Dragonfly Lord and Savior. MOAR DANCING!!! I’m actually thrilled beyond belief that we have more Hiddleston/Marvel stuff to look forward to in the years to come. YAY!!!!

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Benedict Cumberbatch: Sherlock has a sex drive, he just suppresses it for work

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Sigh… such a magnificent otter. Okay, we have a few Cumbercrumbs today, mostly catch-up stuff from yesterday’s Cumberthon, with the Doctor Strange rumor and the release of Elle UK’s first excerpts. First of all, I think Elle UK sent out a press release with some quotes and a summary, because a lot of different outlets are running the Elle stuff with the same sentence: “Benedict – who was shot by photographer Mark Horn for ELLE UK – is currently in a relationship with Sophie Hunter but he admits the dating game has become more complicated since he became famous.” So… a confirmation that Sophie Hunter is the secret girlfriend? Yes. Just take it as a confirmation, even though we’ve known for MONTHS that he’s dating Sophie. And there are a few more quotes from the Elle piece:

Sherlock’s sexuality: “He’s asexual for a purpose. Not because he doesn’t have a sex drive, but because it’s suppressed to do his work. Cold showers, looking at a lot of dead bodies… that’ll do it for you.”

On playing geniuses in both The Imitation Game and Sherlock: “It [genius] is a very rich canvas to work with as an actor. Turing is so different to Sherlock. There’s a real subtlety about him; his flourishes aren’t flamboyant, he doesn’t think of himself that highly.”

The future: “I can imagine I’ll look back at this point in my life and think, ‘Wow that was really extraordinary’. But at the same time I hope I’m looking back and going, ‘Oh, that was the moment I got on with life and realized things beyond myself’. Without using words like ‘marriage’, ‘children’ and ‘family’ – although I have just used those words – put it this way: I hope I’ve got other people to look back with me at that point. I hope I’m surrounded by family.”

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I don’t know why Bendy keeps getting asked to compare and contrast Alan Turing and Sherlock Holmes. It seems like a very tired line of questioning. But I could listen to him talk about Sherlock’s sexuality all day long.

Oh, and here’s the “secret project” Benedict did with the BBC. Because Bendy will literally do anything for the BBC. He’s their go-to guy. So he recited Hamlet’s “All the world’s a stage” speech for a BBC promotional ad for “A Lifetime of Original British Drama on the BBC.” All I can think is “velvet voice, hate the hair.” Oh, and yes he’s wearing a denim shirt. Of course.

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Eddie Redmayne claims he’s not a movie star: ‘I’m just trying to pay my mortgage’

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Eddie Redmayne isn’t my particular cup of tea, looks-wise. He’s too pretty and model-y for my taste, although I’ve seen many photos of him where all I can think is “wow, such a beautiful, interesting face.” So, is this the best photo of Eddie on the cover of Variety? Nope. I think they were aiming for sultry and it just became… weird. The Variety article is about Eddie’s career thus far, how he struggled to find work in the early days, and how he prepared for The Theory of Everything and playing Stephen Hawking. It’s a great read – go here to read the whole thing. Eddie comes across as a really nice dude with a big group of friends and colleagues who adore him. He even talks about Benedict Cumberbatch and the possibility that two posh Brits could be going head-to-head for the Best Actor Oscar. Some highlights:

Eddie on his friend Benedict Cumberbatch: “I totally see why people are (comparing us), because of the subject matter; we both play geniuses. But I won’t be engaged in that. I think he’s the most beautiful actor. I’ve long admired his work, and continue to do so. I hope there’s room for both our films.” Cumberbatch had played Hawking in a 2004 BBC TV movie, and the actor’s name even showed up on set one day, when “Theory of Everything” was filming at his old boarding school. “There was this hilarious moment when we were shooting a scene at Harrow School,” Redmayne says. “There was a wooden board with names engraved on it, and by my head was ‘B. Cumberbatch.’ I’m like, ‘Dude, you’re haunting me!’ I took a selfie of me dressed as Stephen and sent it to Ben.”

He’s not a movie star: “A movie star is someone who has to open a film to gazillions of dollars. I’m just trying to pay my mortgage.”

This is what Kristen Stewart says about him: “We had a great time together. This is not a word I use a lot, but it describes him perfectly. He is a f–king lovely man. And he’s astounding as an actor. He’s the type of actor, and guy, you want to go on an adventure with.”

His time in LA, struggling with Andrew Garfield, Tom Sturridge & Jamie Dornan: “You’d come over for a month. We used to go to the Standard Hotel in West Hollywood, and split a sandwich between us because that meant we could get cheaper parking. We’d swim and play table tennis for hours. We were staying on friend’s agents’ floors, and renting places together. I’d be driving the cheapest rental car. But then you’d get to turn up at the CAA party. All these huge limos would arrive. I’d be in this red blob.”

E.L. James dissed him when he said he would be open to playing Christian Grey: “She took to her Twitter feed to go, ‘Under no circumstances!’ I was like, all right, all right! Am I that bad? I can put a whip in my hand. I can get all kinky, can’t I? Apparently not.”

[From Variety]

He should take it as a badge of honor that E.L. James dissed him. That should get him MORE work. Anyway, most of the article is about the process Eddie went through to show Hawking’s physical deterioration and it’s pretty clear that Eddie put a ton of work and research into the role. Hawking even liked Eddie’s performance so much, he agreed to lend his computerized voice to the film to make Eddie’s performance more authentic. Eddie also says that Hawking totally flirted with Felicity Jones, the actress playing Hawking’s first wife. Here’s something else I didn’t know: at one point, early in the process of casting this film, producers wanted Michael Fassbender. That would have been a fascinating casting choice, but I’m glad it went to Eddie.

So, if it does come down between Benedict’s Alan Turing and Eddie’s Stephen Hawking, who has the upper hand with the Academy? The Academy loves posh British actors, so that’s kind of a wash. I feel like Benedict is more “familiar” to the average Oscar voter, but I think Eddie’s physical transformation will be a huge factor. Sigh… I just hope they BOTH get nominated. Seriously.

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  • Is Benedict Cumberbatch going to be the new Doctor Strange? (D Listed)
  • ‘Duck Dynasty’ teen Sadie Robertson has some strict dating rules! (OK! Magazine)
  • Rihanna launches Rogue Man Fragrance at Macy’s. (Moe Jackson)
  • Take a look at Amal Clooney’s gold dress for her second wedding reception. (Lainey Gossip)
  • Do you recognize Kevin Smith without his beard? (HuffPost Celebrity)
  • Check out celebs’ Halloween costumes to date. (PopSugar)
  • Alyssa Milano shares a breastfeeding selfie. (Celebrity Baby Scoop)
  • Apparently it’s legal for registered sex offenders to hang out with children in Georgia, so Mama June might not be in danger of losing her kids after all. (TMZ)
  • At 34, is Kim Kardashian perhaps a bit old for birthday parties? Especially in Vegas? (IDLYITW)
  • Here’s an extended preview of the ‘Breaking Bad’ spinoff, ‘Better Call Saul!’ (Evil Beet Gossip)
  • Uh-oh: why is Kate Middleton still staying with her parents despite her health improving? (Celeb Dirty Laundry)
  • Want to win a trip to meet Taylor Swift? Get the deets! (PopCrush)
  • Kenya Moore made good on her promise to donate $20K to the Detroit Public Schools. Will NeNe Leakes keep her word and match her donation? You can join in and donate yourself if you want. (Reality Tea)
  • Snooki introduces daughter Giovanna Marie! (Celebrity Babies – People)
  • Here’s our first look at Kendra Wilkinson’s daughter, Alijah. (Babyrazzi)
  • Judd Nelson is the latest victim of a death hoax: he proves it’s not true. (ICYDK)
  • Oops: Khloe Kardashian ripped her pants when she wasn’t wearing any panties. (Celebuzz)
  • What do you think of Maria Menounos’s Halloween costume? (Celebslam)
  • Julia Roberts says she’s already taken “a big risk” with her decision NOT to have a facelift. (Celebitchy)
  • Both Chris Brown and Rihanna were in the ATL over the weekend: did they hook up? (Bossip)

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Benedict Cumberbatch talks equality, marriage, babies & ‘trysts’ with Elle UK

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This is full-on Cumberp0rn. Elle UK is our supplier, our dealer, our enabler of all of our Cumberfixes. I showed everyone the Elle UK special cover featuring Benedict Cumberbatch weeks ago, but Elle UK has finally released more of their editorial, plus some quotes, plus TWO videos. I can’t even describe how beautiful Benedict looks in this editorial. And the videos take the hotness to the next-level. HIS HAIR IS SO GOOD. His skin looks great too. And whoever styled him knows what they’re doing – I would even suggest to Cumby that he should hire this stylist full time for his Oscar campaign. First, here are some interview highlights:

We spent the day with Benedict, 38, rambling around Hampstead Heath, riding his motorbike (a little recklessly) through London, and drinking cocktails at the Chiltern Firehouse. And we talked to him about everything: his work, his childhood, his friendships, his family, love life, Sherlock (of course) and babies. We’ve had better days at work. We just can’t think of them right now.

On his next film The Imitation Game, in which he plays WW2 code-breaker and founder of modern computer science Alan Turing, he says: “It [genius] is a very rich canvas to work with as an actor. Turing is so different to Sherlock. There’s a real subtlety about him; his flourishes aren’t flamboyant, he doesn’t think of himself that highly.”

On his love life, he is sweetly candid. “It’s a really double-edged sword,” he says, about dating post-Sherlock fame. “You know, you discover why people find you attractive – in a relationship or a tryst – and if it’s just to have a go on you or try you out, then I can smell that a mile off.”

It hasn’t made him cynical though. He is most definitely looking for the fairytale: “I hope I’m looking back and going: ‘Oh, that was the moment I got on with life and realised things beyond myself.’ Without using words like ‘marriage’ ‘children’ and ‘family’ – although I have just used those words – put it this way: I hope I’ve got other people to look back with me at that point. I hope I’m surrounded by family.” He’s a feminist too, you know.

[From Elle UK]

Of course he uses a word like “tryst” to describe some sexy one-night-stands or flings. Sigh… a tryst with Bendy. Lovely. As for the “fairytale” of real love, otter-style… he’s actually learned to speak in more opaque terms. I remember a time when he would just come right out and say “I want to married, I want kids, hopefully soon.” He’s changed a bit there. But he still made my heart flutter. You can see more of Elle UK’s package here.

This is my new favorite video – it’s Benedict looking gorgeous and playing a word-association game with Elle. Otter? “Me.” Hiddleston? “Tom.”

And this is the behind-the-scenes video of his photoshoot. This is just straight-up Cumberp0rn.

LOVE THE FEMINISM, CUMBER.

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Benedict Cumberbatch has apparently signed on to ‘Doctor Strange’: yay?

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According to Deadline, Benedict Cumberbatch has officially (sort of) signed on to Doctor Strange, one of Marvel’s many projects. Benedict’s name was one of the first mentioned in casting rumors/reports, but Benedict kept signing on to various other projects and most people figured he probably wouldn’t even have time to do a Marvel film. But Deadline says it’s on. And now I’m happy! Really. I’m glad Cumber got a role named “Doctor Strange”. It’s on the nose. It would have been awesome if there was a superhero named Otter McAlien, but this will do.

In other Cumby news, I missed this on Sunday, but Bendy appeared on CBS’s Sunday Morning show. It was actually a segment about The Imitation Game and Alan Turing in general, but Bendy and his denim shirt were interviewed and it was lovely. This is pretty much just for the Cumberloonies and WWII-buffs. You also get to see the original machine Turing built to break Enigma.

It’s a nice segment. I was kind of hoping that Benedict would sit down with 60 Minutes for a big, prestigious, high-profile interview but this is probably the best we’re going to get. Maybe he’ll manage to fly to NYC for a few days next month and do The Tonight Show or The Late Show. Remember, The Imitation Game doesn’t come out until November 21st in the US. We still have time, people! MOAR BENDY! Which reminds me, Benedict’s Elle UK piece… there will be a post about it. Today. I promise.

Meanwhile, Bendy recently worked with Aussie hottie Joel Edgerton on Black Mass, that Whitey Bulger movie in Boston. Edgerton recently described his encounters with Benedict’s Cumberbitches:

“I have experienced Cumber-mania from inside looking out, and it’s quite something to behold,” says Benedict Cumberbatch’s recent co-star Joel Edgerton, who filmed alongside him in ‘Black Mass’, filmed in Boston, and witnesed at first hand the kind of devotion inspired by the British ‘Sherlock’ phenomenon. “I was a bit disturbed when I saw the same woman appear right up at the barrier of three different locations, and I pointed it out to him,” chuckles Joel, remembering. “He seemed to take it in his stride. He told me it only gets really weird when they truly believe they’re married to him.”

[From HuffPo UK]

Ah, yes. The loonies who believe they’re married to him. I think some of them come around these parts too! I get the tweets. And I enjoy them. But yes, Cumber Collective: I am one of you and I adore My Otter, but let’s all dial down the crazy, mmkay?

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Eddie Redmayne has an adorable story about figuring out his fiancée’s ring size

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Here is a lovely photo of Eddie Redmayne in the new issue of Vogue. I have to apologize for largely ignoring him this year. I paid a lot of attention to him during the Les Miserables promotion, when his amazing style kept stealing focus from the ladies of Les Mis. But this year I’ve had an ulterior motive for ignoring him – his performance in The Theory of Everything has received rave reviews, and I worry that the Academy voters will feel like they can only nominate ONE posh English boy and I really want that posh English boy to be Benedict Cumberbatch. Yes, I will throw Redmayne under the bus for Bendy. I have no shame! But I can’t ignore Redmayne forever, especially since he’s been in NYC for the past week to promote his movie (I’m including some additional pics at the end of the post).

So, Vogue gave Eddie a really nice write-up. Incidentally, Eddie is featured in many of the major magazines this fall. Vanity Fair did a photoshoot with Eddie and a basket of puppies too! You can read Eddie’s Vogue profile here and here are some highlights:

His early days as a model: “The most success I think I had was doing a knitting magazine that was sent to grannies, but after my huge, heady days in the knitting books, I left it behind.”

Filming scenes at Cambridge, his alma mater, with Stephen Hawking there: “It was like stepping back in time. Everyone was dressed, and we were waiting for the fireworks display. As if on cue, Stephen came in in his wheelchair with his caregivers—it was nighttime, and his face was uplit by his computer screen—and just as he arrived, the fireworks went off. It was the most rock-star entrance I’ve ever seen.”

He visited ALS patients and caregivers: “Stephen Hawking is their great hope because he has lived so long.” Redmayne tells the story of the wife of a totally immobilized patient who was asked, on film, what the worst thing was about her husband having ALS. “And she says, ‘Oh my God, d’you know what? I don’t know where to start,’ and she just stands there and then breaks down, and you watch her husband try to move his body to hug her, and he can’t do anything, and so she has to come and hold him.”

Going to Eton, studying Art History at Cambridge: “I come from a totally unmusical, untheatrical family. But when I was younger, Mum and Dad quite enjoyed musicals, so we would be taken to see Les Mis, and I saw the little kid in it—Gavroche—and kind of slightly hero-worshipped him. And so I sort of dreamed of that.”

His free time: Redmayne is a fanatical theatergoer—he recently saw Mark Strong in A View from the Bridge and Gillian Anderson in A Streetcar Named Desire, both British productions—and draws and practices his piano. “I have very erratic tastes,” he says, “but basically I go back to things I learned as a kid when I actually practiced—I butcher a bit of Mozart and Chopin.”

His “wife-to-be”: She’s Hannah Bagshawe, they’ve been together a couple of years, though he couldn’t find any way to check her ring size before he proposed—other than waiting until “the middle of the night, taking her hand, and putting her finger next to my finger.”

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Gah! That story about the ring size got to me. As did Eddie’s final act of the interview, which was to ask the journalist politely when she was going to write the article and “Do you know what it’s going to be? As in. . .? Because normally it’s just like a little thingy. Is it bigger than that?” Aw. He wanted to know if he was going to get a bigger write-up in Vogue. Most actors wouldn’t even bother asking. Okay, okay… he’s a sweetheart. I should pay more attention to him. Honk if you want more Redmayne coverage!! The problem is that while he’s very sweet and he just seems like the nicest guy ever, that’s not really the best click-bait you know? Say what you will about Benedict’s otter realness, but it brings all the Cumberbitches to the yard.

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Benedict Cumberbatch brings Blue Steel otter realness in London: yay or nay?

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Here are some photos of Benedict Cumberbatch, out last night in London for the opening of Bally’s flagship store. I have to say… our Otter King looks really good in these photos. I would even call him “handsome” here, and that’s not a word I’ve been using since he got that haircut. And no, this boy should not be allowed to dress himself. I think he was trying to look like he just effortlessly pulled together an outfit in seconds, but it looks like he spent time putting together this ensemble and he just doesn’t know how to put things together. Ever. I hope he gets a stylist for his Oscar campaign! #AlltheVelvet

Other Benedict stuff… Bendy was filming more Richard III stuff this week and photographers got some shots of him in a black robe, looking like The Otter of Death. The Grim Otter? Go here to see the shots. I’m strangely turned on.

There’s also this newly released video of his Desolation of Smaug mo-cap work. I’m sort of embarrassed for him here, although I’m sure this is what directors want, right? They want an actor who is not afraid to look foolish or weird or whatever.

And finally, Bendy has a new interview with The National Student – go here to read. We’ve heard variations on most of those quotes before.

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Kim Kardashian wore jorts for a matinee movie date with ‘Ye: awful, unflattering?

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Did Kim Kardashian borrow Benedict Cumberbatch’s unfortunate jorts? OMG. Here are some photos of Kim and Kanye West out and about in Calabasas yesterday (they went to a movie). Kim’s outfit is horrendous from the front, but the back view is particularly… unsettling. I’m guessing that Kanye dressed her, just because this seems like the kind of outfit he enjoys on his Real Doll. We’ve actually seen this braless top on Kim before, so she’s recycling it for this outing. The jorts are… well, I can’t remember a time when I’ve seen Kim in jorts. She should never do this again.

Kim turns 34 years old tomorrow. I always forget her age for some reason, although people made a big deal about it back when she turned 30. I personally think she only married Kris Humphries because she wanted to be engaged/married by her 30th birthday and that was literally the only reason she went with Humphries. For this year’s birthday, Kim is going to have a huge party at the Venetian’s TAO nightclub in Las Vegas. TAO is always paying Kardashians to host parties, so I would imagine Kim is picking up a nice paycheck to host her birthday event there.

After the movie, Kim and Kanye went through the drive-thru of Taco Bell. Ew!!! Something about that outfit and the thought of Mexican food… ew.

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Benedict Cumberbatch covers Flaunt with no dragonflies in sight: hot or not?

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Benedict Cumberbatch got some high-profile magazine covers to promote The Imitation Game. In addition to his Out Magazine cover profile (we covered that yesterday), we’re still waiting on his Elle UK special edition, and they’ve already promised us an eight-page editorial plus an in-depth interview. Bendy also covers the new issue of Flaunt, and I’m kind of tired of waiting to see quotes from this piece, so that’s why I’m covering it now. Plus, some of you have already read the profile and claim it’s not all that.

So, enjoy these Flaunt photos, plus an extra Cumberp0rny video from Flaunt. Benedict talks about… something. I wasn’t really paying attention because of his hands and arms and the way he positions his body. And I thank the Cumberlord for allowing Benedict to do all of the TIG photoshoots while he still had his Cumbercurls. I would be super-depressed if I had to see tons of photos with Benedict’s terrible short hair.

PS… Tom Hiddleston did a Flaunt cover editorial a few years back which became rather infamous, mostly because of the dragonfly theme. That is when I started referring to the Hiddlestoners as Dragonflies. Will Benedict’s Flaunt editorial become that iconic? Probably not. But I still enjoyed it.

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