More Wax Cumberbatch!

Any print, radio clip or video of Benedict speaking of his Emmy win yet? What's that magnificent creature up to that he didn't grace the stage on Monday night?

No not yet. He’s filming. Reportedly The Jungle Book: Origins although that’s not confirmed.

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Update on Sherlocked- From their Facebook Page

They’ve confirmed the event won’t be taking place in 2014

As fans ourselves we totally understand the frustration some of you are having on here! I want everyone to know we are still working very hard on a date that works for as many of the main cast of the show to attend as possible! This has been one of the hardest tasks we have ever had to deal with and we now understand how difficult it must be to film the actual tv show as so many of the main cast are incredibly busy and popular! We just wanted to let you all know that we really do care and we want to deliver the most incredible event we can and that is why things are taking a bit more time that we originally anticipated.

Having said all that, we do appear to be getting somewhere with guest availability now and so hopefully things should start to move forward soon! I also accept that communication is very important and that has not been the best so far. There are always going to be things that I can’t discuss in public, for a whole host of reasons. However, starting today with this post I will come on here and give you all a weekly update every Thursday with how things are going! It may be that I’m on here more if something exciting happens, but at a minimum you can expect to hear from me on a Thursday with some information as to what’s been going on! I will also endeavour to answer any questions I can!

Again, thank you SO much for your patience and support. Going forwards I will ensure that communication is kept up and even more importantly, I hope to have some concrete news on the event in the not too distant future.

Take care


Info on The Hobbit Fan Contest


Celebrating the end of the journey to bring The Hobbit Trilogy to the screen, Hobbit fans in the UK and Ireland and around the world will get their chance to compete to win a once-in-a-lifetime journey to New Zealand, the cinematic Middle-earth, as The Hobbit Fan Fellowship Contest gets underway.  The prize is capped off with a private pre-screening with director Sir Peter Jackson of the third and final film in the Trilogy, “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies”, a production of New Line Cinema and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures (MGM), before the film’s December theatrical release.

Created with Tourism New Zealand in association with Air New Zealand, the official airline of Middle-earth, the contest was launched at with the first in a series of challenges, entitled ‘Postcard to Peter,’ which invites Hobbit fans to choose from six New Zealand postcard images and upload a message to Peter Jackson telling him what a trip to New Zealand would mean to them.  

The contest is comprised of a series of four challenges and the lucky winners will then be invited to bring a friend or family member along with them on their ultimate fan adventure to New Zealand.  Since it was first announced at Comic-Con International in San Diego on 27 July 2014, upwards of 25,000 people have already registered their interest to participate.

For more information and to enter The Hobbit Fan Fellowship Contest visit

About the prize

Contest winners will land in Auckland, New Zealand, before embarking on a specially designed itinerary to iconic filming locations–the highlight being a special visit to Hobbiton, the famous home of the Hobbit Bilbo Baggins.  Fans will enjoy a private tour through the 12-acre site, with a close-up look at the 44 Hobbit homes.

The Hobbit Fan Fellowship will also visit other key film sites throughout New Zealand’s Middle-earth chosen by Sir Peter Jackson and end in Wellington for the ultimate film fan’s dream - a private screening of the final film, “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies”, with Sir Peter Jackson.

Benedict Cumberbatch will be on the front cover of Elle magazine (December issue).

The full cover will be revealed in October.

According to Elle:

"We don’t want to give too much away right now. But there was a small furry animal on set. We rode on the back of his motorcycle. And he talked (at length) about exactly what Sherlock would do in bed.

It was a good day at work.”


Congrats on the 7 emmy wins, Team Sherlock! :)))

narlth asked:

I've recently stumbled across people that hadn't heard that Benedict's not doing stage door for Hamlet, maybe it would be worth re-iterating for people? Thanks for being so awesome.

I’m sure it will be added to the Barbican FAQ eventually but yes my understanding is that he won’t be stage dooring at all.

ladyfnygma asked:

Hi dear Naomi, thanks again and again for your amazing job on this page. Do you have any clue on the project Benedict is currently working on ? French best wishes

I’m afraid not. Possibly the new Hollow Crown but its not clear.

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nann7970 asked:

Hey there! Im in kinda hurry but i just want to ask, whatever county you are in, do they have s3 of sherlock on netflix? Because they dont in denmark :< anyone else seeing this may also answer.. im just getting tired of watching s1 and s2 -me :)

Not in the UK no. But its very easy to move between Netflix regions with a VPN like Tunnelbear

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mariowasd asked:

First of all, thank you for all the time you take for uploading pictures of Ben, posting all the information and answering our questions. I have the opportunity to go to a streaming of Frankenstein. And the cinema is showing both versions, Ben as the creature and as Victor Frankenstein. Unfortunately i can only go to one, since both versions play on a monday. Witch one would you recommend?

I always say if you want the version that brings out the best in the production see the version with JLM as the Creature as I wasn’t overly enamoured of his Victor but if you are primarily a Benedict fan then definitely see him as the Creature (should be labelled “original casting”). He really was superb in that role.

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