Benedict Cumberbatch on the Cover of TIME October 17, 2013 0 Comments Sasha Stone Posted in Benedict CumberbatchBEST ACTOR Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus Share Share on Pinterest Share Send email Mail The man of the hour. New Trailer for Disney’s Wonderful New Anima... October 17, 2013 0 Comments London Film Festival: Night Moves & Blue is t... October 18, 2013 0 Comments About author Sasha Stone Sasha Stone has been around the Oscar scene since 1999. Almost everything on this website is her fault. Related Posts 0 Comments BEST ACTORfeatured Andrew Garfield Joins the Best Actor Race – But for Which Performance? Read more 0 Comments BEST ACTOR Warren Beatty Honored with the Kirk Douglas Awards at the Santa Barbara Film Fest Read more 0 Comments BEST ACTORBEST PICTURE Denzel Washington to Receive Modern Master Award at the Santa Barbara Film Fest Read more 0 Comments BEST ACTORBEST ACTRESSBEST PICTURE Santa Barbara Film Festival to Honor Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone as Performers of the Year Read more Tags Benedict Cumberbatch Christophe “Turning Benedict Cumberbatch into the thing he most fears: a star” Could that cover be any more cringe-inducing? Dude, some (most) people in this world have real problems: being a star is not one of them! Seriously, there’s nothing more insufferable than hearing celebrities complain about how succesful they are… Ryan Adams Without having read the article or knowing what Cumberbatch himself said — that cover text sounds like an editorial invention, not an actual quote. Bryce Forestieri Ever since seeing HEADHUNTERS I’m back onboard with THE IMITATION GAME. It confirmed the director’s firm handle on the craft. The script has glowing reviews. James What Ryan said. Tish Already read his profile from this and yes that is pure editorial invention. Luke If I have to hear one more actor saying I don’t want to be a star, I will explode. First step, don’t be on cover of magazines. Second step, don’t sell yourself cheap for parts in popcorn summer movies. Tish Read his profile, he never mentioned fame at all http://content.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,2154986,00.html It’s just another editor having fun with the headline. Tish Read his profile, he never mentioned fame at all http://content.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,2154986,00.html It’s just another editor having fun with the headline. Devon What’s up with those bangs? His Scavullo moment. Thank you for posting. SeattleMoviegoer gee, Daniel Day-Lewis never even made it on the cover of TIME…let alone ROLLING STONE. Christophe Point taken! Patrick Mulholland Love the bangs! Cor. Been watching his career since Atonement. He just keeps getting bigger and bigger. Evelyn Garver Wasn’t DDL on the cover of TIME’s international edition? If I recall, it titled him “world’s greatest actor.” That’s a phrase the world’s greatest actor would never use about himself. Also, love Cumberbatch-smart and interesting. Fivus Viener Yes. He was on the cover about this time last year. Jpns Viewer @SeattleMoviegoer, In fact, last year I saw at least two different covers of the talented actor, one, I believe, being American edition, with him as the late US President, side-viewed close-up, pondering the meaning of something at the back of his mind, the black and white contrast mystic and beautiful, the other, unknown to me if it be of American or other English-speaking worlds but at least in the same vein of portrait a la Cumberbatch, only looking better than the latter as well in my honest opinion. Anyway, Madam, you’ve made it sound like RS is that baaad. [lol] (Not to bully Benedict C., but I’m also with Devon about the bang situation. Just saying.) Simone That’s a nice picture of Benedict. I’m going to have to read that article. Annab Right before the photographer took the photo, she mussed up his hair and then decided to use that particular photo for the cover. She said this in an interview. This is not the way he normally wears his hair.