Based on the hit Dr. Seuss book, 'The Grinch' is heading to cinemas this November, and as you can see in the latest teaser, the green-furred meanie is taking over from Santa in a bid "to steal Christmas".
The grouchy green grump took time out of his busy schedule to break down his latest trailer for us.
The Grinch is back for a new big screen outing and he’s still got it in for Christmas. Benedict Cumberbatch is voicing the classic Dr. Seuss character in this new adventure from Illumination, the animation studio that brought you Despicable Me, Sing, and Minions. Here’s the official synopsis: The Grinch tells the story of a cynical grump who goes on a mission to steal Christmas, only to have his heart changed by a young girl’s generous holiday spirit.
Benedict Cumberbatch has switched up his look to play Vote Leave campaign manager Dominic Cummings for a new TV one-off drama. The Channel 4 TV movie, which currently has the working title Brexit, will focus on the data-driven political campaign during the EU referendum, including the "myriad tactics employed to swing one of the most surprising referendum results in living memory". Filming has begun on what's been promised to be an "explosive and illuminating" Brexit thriller, directed by Toby Haynes, who's worked on the likes of Sherlock, Black Mirror, and Doctor Who.
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Benedict Cumberbatch called his Sherlock co-star Martin Freeman “pathetic” for complaining about the attention from fans of the hit TV show. Cumberbatch plays Sherlock Holmes in the BBC drama, while Mr Freeman portrays his assistant, Dr Watson. In an interview with the Daily Telegraph, Cumberbatch disagreed, labelling his colleague's unhappiness "pathetic".
Benedict Cumberbatch's Marvel hero will face off against this classic villain, as well as former ally Baron Mordo, if the screenwriters get their way.
The cast and filmmakers have been posting a steady stream of set photos that offer tantalizing glimpses as the stars and the sets. We collected the best of the bunch here for you to flip through.
Marvel Studios proved its moviemaking formula remains second to none with Doctor Strange, the media giant’s latest triumphant attempt at adapting one of its comic-book characters for the big screen. Scott Derrickson’s film was a critical and commercial ($660 million) smash, and as is so often the case with Marvel movies, Doctor Strange concludes with more than a few hints as to the future direction of its protagonist — namely, to adventure with the God of Thunder in this fall’s Thor: Ragnarok, and then to battle alongside the Avengers in 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War.
Doctor Strange has cast a spell over the UK box office, beating the opening weekends for both ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ and ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’. It made a sturdy £5.2 million over the weekend, bringing its current total in the UK to £9.1 million since it opened on Tuesday last week. ...
Benedict Cumberbatch thinks Doctor Strange could be the man to unify the fractured Avengers after the events of ‘Captain America: Civil War’ left Earth’s mightiest heroes divided into camps of Team Captain America or Team Iron Man. The British ‘Sherlock’ star, who makes his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in ‘Doctor Strange’ this week, believes Strange’s unique position in the world of magic will put him in a great position to mediate each side’s disagreements. “I think [Doctor Strange] has to be Team Doctor Strange,” Cumberbatch explains to Yahoo Movies.
‘Doctor Strange’ hits UK cinemas this week and as always with Marvel Cinematic Universe films there are a couple of extra scenes hidden away at the end, so stay in your seats until the house lights come up.
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Fans of Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas will have to wait a little longer for Illumination and Universal’s remake as the studio has announced the film’s release will be pushed back to 2018.
The Universal presentation, which focused largely on Illumination projects, debuted the first trailer for The Girl on the Train and a new Jason Bourne trailer. Universal’s presentation at CinemaCon committed a significant amount of time to the studio’s Illumination Entertainment projects, announcing that Benedict Cumberbatch will star in the new animated How the Grinch Stole Christmas film, which hits theaters on Nov. 10, 2017. Illumination Entertainment CEO Chris Meledandri also announced that South Park co-creator Trey Parker, who has not done voice work in anything other his own projects, will voice the new villain in Despicable Me 3. The character, called Balthazar Bratt, is a former child star who is obsessed with the character he played in the ’80s.