Benedict cumberbatch dating alice eve

28-Apr-2019 04:48

I had people around me that would very politely tell me. I mean, it’s been a great choice since, however, to look back to see what I’m a part of. And, also, there have been many, many successful incarnations at the moment.

I said, “Peter, I’m really flattered, but I would give all of your interest up in any of these other characters and sort of throw the bet all on the one I really want to play, which is the dragon.” He’s like, “Oh, no, no. ” That was a secret I kept to myself for a while — and I don’t want to talk about that too much because, again, that’s another franchise and I know they want to keep that all for when it kicks off this winter. When it’s that public, can ego enter into the equation? Or whether it’s doing incredible stunts and those fight sequences involving those characteristics.So, I genuinely really do seem to be the go-to guy to kind of involve myself in secretive stories or franchise ideas. He’s right here now with a gun pointed to my head saying, “If you fucking tell him” [laughs]. I’m friends with Tom Hardy [Bane in “The Dark Knight Rises”] and I thought he did a fantastic job.When we talk about high secret levels, all we’re really talking about in this case is the idea that the audience has as much of a fresh experience watching the movie as Kirk does — as our hero and everyman taking us through the narrative. Of course he’s not, though, I wish he was because that would have made him laugh. And, again, it came from an interesting place like my character, which was based in an emotional truth.He has said the most hurtful thing he ever read about himself was in a blog describing “the talentless wooden acting of arse-named, horse-faced twot Benedict Cumberbatch”.And he says the part of his body he dislikes the most is “the size and shape of my head,” adding, “I’ve been likened to Sid the sloth from Ice Age”.

I said, “Peter, I’m really flattered, but I would give all of your interest up in any of these other characters and sort of throw the bet all on the one I really want to play, which is the dragon.” He’s like, “Oh, no, no. ” That was a secret I kept to myself for a while — and I don’t want to talk about that too much because, again, that’s another franchise and I know they want to keep that all for when it kicks off this winter. When it’s that public, can ego enter into the equation? Or whether it’s doing incredible stunts and those fight sequences involving those characteristics.

So, I genuinely really do seem to be the go-to guy to kind of involve myself in secretive stories or franchise ideas. He’s right here now with a gun pointed to my head saying, “If you fucking tell him” [laughs]. I’m friends with Tom Hardy [Bane in “The Dark Knight Rises”] and I thought he did a fantastic job.

When we talk about high secret levels, all we’re really talking about in this case is the idea that the audience has as much of a fresh experience watching the movie as Kirk does — as our hero and everyman taking us through the narrative. Of course he’s not, though, I wish he was because that would have made him laugh. And, again, it came from an interesting place like my character, which was based in an emotional truth.

He has said the most hurtful thing he ever read about himself was in a blog describing “the talentless wooden acting of arse-named, horse-faced twot Benedict Cumberbatch”.

And he says the part of his body he dislikes the most is “the size and shape of my head,” adding, “I’ve been likened to Sid the sloth from Ice Age”.

(And if you don’t know already, a quick check of IMDb will fill you in.) We caught up with Cumberbatch — the British thespian best known, until now, for his role as the title character in “Sherlock” and for thrillers like “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” — by phone from London the day after “Trek” premiered. Even among the maelstrom and wonderful madness of “Star Trek” — even on the red carpet — I step back and have a look, take a breath and just have a moment taking it in. And that night [last night at the premiere], I had my drama teacher from school, my parents — [Cumberbatch’s phone rings.] Oh, this is Alice Eve ringing. You know, if I’m surprising you or exceeding your expectations in any way by being in this film as opposed to something similar to what I’ve done before, we’re kind of getting the game plan right.