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Mensaje  arial131 el Sáb Feb 22, 2014 10:02 am

A mi también me ha dado penita leer esa frase  Crying or Very sad .

Me da la sensación de que no se debe fiar mucho de las mujeres que ha conocido últimamente (como decía alguna de vosotras, ¿con quién ha interactuado el muchacho en los últimos tiempos para que piense así? Bueno, la rusa entre otras se me viene a la mente, la verdad).

A ver que el chico, tiene 37 años y ninguna relación, así que rollos para desfogarse ha tenido que tener unos cuantos (lógico por otra parte), pero no tiene pinta de que haya conocido a nadie que le haya hecho plantearse tener algo serio (claro que con el esquema de vida del muchacho de vivir en un avión tampoco parece que sea fácil planteárselo). La verdad es que si la frase de verdad la ha dicho él y no ha sido exagerada por el periodista de turno, pobrecillo Crying or Very sad 

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Mensaje  Isadora el Sáb Feb 22, 2014 10:10 am

Venga que salga el topo!!!!! cual de vosotras trabaja para GQ Suspect Suspect Suspect , el topo es la caña jajjaja eso si , que nos de los derechos de autor , por utilizar nuestra idea de que Ben es una deidad jajajajajajaajajajaj Razz Razz 


Esa frase no la ha dicho Ben , la dijo Mark , estas cosas me ponen  Mad Mad Mad  vale que mi ingles es malo , pero al menos se quien dice que  Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes , pero aun asi la frase de Ben fue para acucharlo y no soltarlo , aunque la verdad el personaje de sherlock me encanta y en esta temporada lo he visto mas humano , pero jamas querria acostarme con el , por que la verdad lo que me pide el cuerpo es darle dos os**as la mayor parte del tiempo, por el contrario con Ben la cosa cambia muchissimo por que ademas de ser guapo  Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil,  es un amor en lo poco que quiere que sepamos de el  Embarassed Embarassed Razz Razz ( asi que ya sabe que nos de las citas que nos debe , que aqui lo vamos a tratar genial y no pensamos asi para nada y lo comprendemos , verdad chicas ??  Very Happy  Very Happy )

os dejo donde dijeron estos comentarios  Wink Wink 

(Revista GQ -UK 31 diciembre 2013)

It begs the question: do his army of devoted female followers want to sleep with Sherlock, or with Cumberbatch?

"I suppose as Rita Hayworth used to say," says Gatiss, "'The trouble is, they go to bed with Gilda, but wake up with me.'"

Matthew Goode has a different take when I suggest it must be hard for Cumberbatch to -distinguish when it comes to women. "Ha ha, you know, this is a man we're talking about! Look, he's not that old, but he's coming to the end of his thirties, so he's looking [for a long-term partner]. But if he has to have a few conquests to get the right one, I'm sure that won't bother him either. I'm sure the cream of the crop will be coming towards him. He's going to enjoy himself."

As for Cumberbatch himself, he'll simply say this: "It is harder [meeting women], because people think they know more about you than they actually do. And you can't control that. You can't control perceptions of you."

No matter how much, it seems, he tries.

Eso si el Matthew  me encanta , jajajajajaj piensa igual que nosotras , polvetes en el tiempo y a buscar que ya vendra  Cool Cool  un aplauso para este señor que es de los nuestros
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Mensaje  arial131 el Sáb Feb 22, 2014 10:27 am

Isadora escribió:Venga que salga el topo!!!!! cual de vosotras trabaja para GQ Suspect Suspect Suspect , el topo es la caña jajjaja eso si , que nos de los derechos de autor , por utilizar nuestra idea de que Ben es una deidad jajajajajajaajajajaj Razz Razz 


Esa frase no la ha dicho Ben , la dijo Mark , estas cosas me ponen  Mad Mad Mad  vale que mi ingles es malo , pero al menos se quien dice que  Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes , pero aun asi la frase de Ben fue para acucharlo y no soltarlo , aunque la verdad el personaje de sherlock me encanta y en esta temporada lo he visto mas humano , pero jamas querria acostarme con el , por que la verdad lo que me pide el cuerpo es darle dos os**as la mayor parte del tiempo, por el contrario con Ben la cosa cambia muchissimo por que ademas de ser guapo  Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil,  es un amor en lo poco que quiere que sepamos de el  Embarassed Embarassed Razz Razz ( asi que ya sabe que nos de las citas que nos debe , que aqui lo vamos a tratar genial y no pensamos asi para nada y lo comprendemos , verdad chicas ??  Very Happy  Very Happy )

os dejo donde dijeron estos comentarios  Wink Wink 

(Revista GQ -UK 31 diciembre 2013)

It begs the question: do his army of devoted female followers want to sleep with Sherlock, or with Cumberbatch?

"I suppose as Rita Hayworth used to say," says Gatiss, "'The trouble is, they go to bed with Gilda, but wake up with me.'"

Matthew Goode has a different take when I suggest it must be hard for Cumberbatch to -distinguish when it comes to women. "Ha ha, you know, this is a man we're talking about! Look, he's not that old, but he's coming to the end of his thirties, so he's looking [for a long-term partner]. But if he has to have a few conquests to get the right one, I'm sure that won't bother him either. I'm sure the cream of the crop will be coming towards him. He's going to enjoy himself."

As for Cumberbatch himself, he'll simply say this: "It is harder [meeting women], because people think they know more about you than they actually do. And you can't control that. You can't control perceptions of you."

No matter how much, it seems, he tries.

Eso si el Matthew  me encanta , jajajajajaj piensa igual que nosotras , polvetes en el tiempo y a buscar que ya vendra  Cool Cool  un aplauso para este señor que es de los nuestros
 cheers cheers cheers cheers cheers cheers cheers cheers cheers cheers cheers 
 Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Razz Razz Razz Razz Razz Razz Razz 

Vaya tela con Gatiss, anda que no es melodramático Razz . Pero así, puesto en contexto tiene mucho más sentido, pero como tú dices ya podía el periodista haber dicho que esa frase no la había dicho el Bene sino su hermano postizo Wink 

Y totalmente de acuerdo contigo en lo de Sherlock, yo la mitad de las veces le pegaría dos leches bien dadas, aunque luego al final, terminas hasta teniéndole cariño, por ejemplo en el episodio de la boda daban ganas de achucharle (esto es mérito de Ben desde luego). Eso si, todas las veces que le han pegado en la serie, se lo tenía merecido, sino por que hubiera hecho algo en el ese momento, por algo que habría hecho antes (John y Molly son unos idolos).

Sin embargo, como tú dices Ben, aparte del físico, es que parece encantador. Siempre educado, atento con los fans (el día de la convención esta donde estuvo firmando y firmando y siempre sonriendo a todo el mundo), incluso cuando hay momentos en que seguro que no le apetece un carajo posar para fotos y firmar. Además, cuando hace entrevistas suele decir cosas muy interesantes (por ejemplo la entrevista esta que hizo para lo de Bafta NY).

Y si, que el muchacho disfrute ahora todo lo que pueda que para eso es soltero, joven y guapo, que ya encontrará a la horma de su zapato. Mejor que tarde en encontrarla, si es para elegir bien (por dios parezco su madre Shocked )

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Mensaje  lulyve el Dom Feb 23, 2014 1:10 am

Ya me parecía a mi un tanto extraño que Ben hubiera dicho eso,  Suspect Suspect Suspect Suspect  que me parecía muuuuuy raro, por eso mi comentario si de verdad verdadera ha salido de su boca así tal cual, no le acaba de pegar decir algo así.
Si al final le vamos a conocer más de lo que es normal, de ahí que eso de que diga que hablar con alguien y que se crea que le conoce me pega mucho más  Razz Razz Razz Razz Razz Razz Razz Razz  eso sí que es cierto, tiene que ser de lo más raro que te pongas a hablar con alguien a quien no conoces de nada y que esa persona sepa hasta tu talla de zapatos.... Como mínimo incómodo.
Y lo de acostarse con Sherlock o con Ben, jejejejeje, a ver sinceramente, lo de Sherlock es todo un reto, no lo vamos a negar. Que el resto del tiempo te lo pases queriendo sacarle los ojos, no tiene nada que ver con lo atractivo del personaje, pero que no es sólo Sherlock, porque chicas "hacerse un Khan"  Razz  Razz  Razz  Razz  Razz  Razz  Razz  también es un morbazo  Razz  Razz  Razz  Razz  Razz  Razz  Razz  Razz  Razz 
Pero evidentemente todo esto es distinguiendo perfectamente lo que es un personaje de ficción y quién es el actor y puestas a elegir.... Of course te quedas con "The real"  Razz  Razz  Razz  Razz  Razz  Razz  Razz  que es un cielo de hombre
En cuanto a lo de mientras me siento para no levantarme, voy probando sillas a ver cual es más cómoda, pues como tod@s tampoco es tan raro, eso lo hemos hecho o hacemos tod@s, si no mother of God que desastre sería esto

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Mensaje  lulyve el Sáb Mar 08, 2014 2:49 am

Artículo de "The New York Times Stile Magacine"

The Case of the Accidental SuperstarIn the peculiar-looking, former cross-dressing Shakespearean actor Benedict Cumberbatch, Hollywood has found an unlikely leading man.

Benedict Cumberbatch was in mid-monologue, holding forth on the dangers of the surveillance society, when it suddenly occurred to him that he was meant to be promoting his latest movie, whatever that was (he has been in a lot of them lately). He talks superfast, so that when he paused, the effect was of a train driver slamming on the emergency brakes. “Why does anyone want to know my opinions?” he asked. “I’m not interested in reading my opinions.”

He has no idea. There are people out there these days who so love to hear Cumberbatch talk — who so love to watch Cumberbatch exist — that they do not care what he does, as long as they get to observe him doing it. Somehow, along a career consisting of highly interest-ing but generally non-megastar-making roles (most recently, the lead in the BBC series “Sherlock”; Khan, the wrathful villain in the movie “Star Trek Into Darkness”; the WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, in “The Fifth Estate” and the voice of Smaug, the very bad-tempered dragon in the latest “Hobbit” movie), Cumberbatch has progressed from being everyone’s favorite secret crush to one of the most talked-about actors in Hollywood.

His celebrity manifests itself in unexpected ways. When Cumberbatch, who is 37, appeared on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,” Fallon noted that more people were waiting in the standby line than for any other guest that year. He was reportedly tweeted about 700,000 times in 2013. Last fall, he appeared on the cover of Time’s international edition. Although he has not been a romantic lead in any big films, and although he says he looks like “Sid from ‘Ice Age’ ” and although he once declared that “I always seem to be cast as slightly wan, ethereal, troubled intellectuals or physically ambivalent bad lovers,” there are numerous websites devoted to the subject of his romantic prowess, e.g., “Benedict Cumberbatch — Fantastic Lover,” a compendium of clips set to Marvin Gaye’s “Let’s Get It On,” that has been viewed more than 490,000 times on YouTube. (These are mostly posted by his army of female fans, who call themselves “Cumberbitches” and who use the hashtag “Cumberwatch” when they tweet about his activities.)

Polo Ralph Lauren suit and shirt. Cumberbatch’s own Omega watch.
Photograph by Karim Sadli. Styled by Joe McKenna. Hair: Paul Hanlon at Julian Watson Agency. Grooming: Hannah Murray at Art and Commerce. Nails: Trish Lomax at [Tienes que estar registrado y conectado para ver este vínculo] Set design: Max Bellhouse. Digital operator: Edouard Malfettes. Photo assistants: Antoni Ciufo, JP Woodland, Simon McGuigan. Stylist’s assistants: John Pashalidis, Matt King. Tailor: Caroline Thorpe. Hair assistant: Pierpaolo Lai. Makeup assistant: Lyndsay Lilly Keys. Set assistants: Alexandra Leavey, Tilly Power. Production: Ragi Dholakia Productions.
Polo Ralph Lauren suit and shirt. Cumberbatch’s own Omega watch.
His appeal is manifest, yet hard to pin down. His name is odd, Hogwartsian, suggesting both an Elizabethan actor and a baker whose products are made with rustic ingredients no one has heard of. Tall and lean, he has an other-century look about him, with his long, narrow face, his mop of crazy hair (he keeps it shorter off-duty) and bright, far-apart, almond-shaped blue eyes that on-screen can play intelligent, ardent, manic or insane, depending on the job. In “Sherlock,” he looks like the sort of person who has a stratospheric I.Q. and an abysmal E.Q. but is dead sexy with it; at the same time, if you were to remark on his resemblance to an otter, you would not be the only one.

When he sat down with a cup of coffee in a Camden pub last November and began to discuss electronic surveillance, the government, his favorite movies, his career, the rabidity of “Sherlock” fans and how coffee affects him (it makes him talk even faster), Cumberbatch had just come off an extraordinary run of work. “The Fifth Estate,” in which he perfectly captures the slippery nature of Julian Assange — free-speech hero, treacherous colleague, possible megalomaniac — had just come out. Over the next two months, three more of his films would be released: “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug,” in which he gets to intone things like “I am death” in a creepy dragon voice; “12 Years a Slave,” in which he plays a sympathetic slave-owner; and “August: Osage County,” in which he has a small role in an ensemble of superstars like Julia Roberts and Meryl Streep.

The Time cover had just hit the newsstands, and Cumberbatch was slightly freaked out. “It’s one of the more bizarre levels of success,” he said. At first he thought it was fake. “Someone sent me a photograph of it and I thought, ‘Some fan has got hold of a photo and done one of those neat apps where they impose your head on something,’ ” he said. Also, he had had an exciting experience on a British talk show, when Harrison Ford, a fellow guest, emerged from his taciturnity to announce that he loved him as Holmes. This has been happening to Cumberbatch a lot lately, fellow actors declaring themselves fans, such as when Ted Danson saw him through a crowd of stars at a pre-awards party recently and began shouting “Sherlock!” A few days earlier, he had wrapped his most recent movie, a biopic of the British cryptographer Alan Turing. Cumberbatch talked for a long time about the tragedy of Turing’s life and about what has been a series of very intense roles, heavy on iconic fictional characters and real people. “I am so ready to play a really dumb character,” he said.

He was born in London, to parents who were in the business — the actors Wanda Ventham and Timothy Carlton — and had his first substantial part in high school at Harrow, the famous boys’ boarding school that is the Yale to Eton’s Harvard. “I played the queen of the fairies,” he said. (That would be Titania in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”) Later, when he performed in “As You Like It,” an old alumnus watching the play apparently pronounced him “the best Rosalind since Vanessa Redgrave.” He went to the University of Manchester and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, and then slid pretty easily into work; so far he has appeared in more than 30 films and dozens of television, radio and theater productions. But it was his title performance in “Sherlock,” which debuted in 2010, that propelled him to a new league. Part of it has to do with the witty, knowing script, with its clever allusions to the old stories; and part of it has to do with Cumberbatch’s sublime portrayal of the odd, brilliant, infuriating, charismatic detective. Sherlock-the-character has a fanatic following, with fans who debate every Cumberbatchian movement and every plot twist with the fervor of grassy-knoll conspiracy buffs. Cumberbatch takes care to remind them that though they might well love Sherlock, Sherlock would never love them back. “I always make it clear that people who become obsessed with him or the idea of him — he’d destroy you,” Cumberbatch said cheerfully. “He is an absolute bastard.”

Over a follow-up breakfast at the Algonquin Hotel in New York a few weeks later, I started to see what his public life is like. We walked there after a quick trip to my office, in which we spoke to no one but which precipitated three breathless “Is that who I think it is?” emails from normally phlegmatic colleagues in under five minutes. (He came back a couple of weeks later, and the non-phlegmatic people were gaping in the halls.) In the street we had to move quickly, because crowds form if Cumberbatch stands still for too long. In the hotel, we positioned ourselves behind a pillar, but people spotted him anyway (when they asked for autographs, they invariably asked on behalf of their teenage children).

As good a sport as Cumberbatch is, he sometimes finds it a bit too much. Filming “Sherlock” last year in Cardiff, Wales, he had an awkward interlude when he had to walk from his trailer to his car wearing a costume that, had anyone seen it, might have become a major plot spoiler. When he failed in his efforts to get a particularly persistent paparazzo not to photograph him, Cumberbatch shrouded himself in a hoodie (“I looked like Kenny in ‘South Park’ “) and held up a sign he had hastily fashioned that said: “Go photograph Egypt and show the world something important.” The move was lampooned by the British newspapers, particularly when, to the delight of hundreds of fans massed on the street in London for another shoot, Cumberbatch did it again, this time with signs printed with provocative questions about democracy, government intrusion, journalism and the battle between liberty and security in the war on terror. “These are very complex questions and very difficult arguments to be very clear about, so to ask the questions is to stimulate the debate,” he explained. He has not done it since, though, he said, “I felt really strongly about it at the time.”

In New York he was visiting his friend Zachary Quinto, who acted alongside him in “Star Trek,” seeing some movies, going to some museums and trying to keep a low profile. He is currently unattached, and is gearing up for his next batch of work. One question that has excited “Star Trek” fans is whether his character, who all but stole the last film, will appear in the next one. There is certainly that possibility: He ended the film frozen in a pod and stored away in space. (“That was a stupid thing to do,” Cumberbatch said, referring to Starfleet Command. “They should have just blown me up.”) He pulled a cap over his head and prepared again to withstand the public. He says he has a way of negotiating big-city crowds: “If you pick a point far behind them they perceive you as not seeing them, and you’re the obstacle they have to get around.” For a moment, he sounded positively Sherlockian. “There is a way of just shadowing through,” he continued. “The higher the walls, the more dark the windows, the bigger the sunglasses — the more people are going to look. The greatest disguise is learning how to be invisible in plain sight.”


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Mensaje  Isadora el Sáb Mar 08, 2014 4:33 am

Que mono esto es para comerselo

“Why does anyone want to know my opinions?” he asked. “I’m not interested in reading my opinions.”

Eeeemmmmmmm , creo que nos han pillado Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed

He has no idea. There are people out there these days who so love to hear Cumberbatch talk — who so love to watch Cumberbatch exist — that they do not care what he does, as long as they get to observe him doing it.

Sssshhhhh haceos las locas Suspect Suspect Suspect Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Razz Razz

Algien que me aclare esto scratch scratch scratch scratch scratch scratch

These are mostly posted by his army of female fans, who call themselves “Cumberbitches” and who use the hashtag “Cumberwatch” when they tweet about his activities.

Yo no he utilizado el Cumberwatch en mi vida , aqui se inventan las cosas que da gusto Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes

Lo del propio reloj de Cumberbatch me ha encantado jajajajajajajajajaajaj claro si es que lo tiene que tener ya incrustado en la muñeca , ya es imposible quitarselo ajajajajajajaj (sera lo primero que se compro , con su primer sueldo ?? Suspect Suspect )

Eso si con lo de las uñas me han dejado muerta , sorryyyyyyy !!!!!! que le han hecho las uñas
Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked
Yo es que flipo , pero seguro Ben flipo mas cuando se lo hicieron alien alien alien alien alien alien alien

Y eso si , cuanta gente para unas fotos Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked vale que han salido estupendas , pero es que 20 personas con sus 20 ayudantes Shocked Shocked Shocked muy heavy la verdad Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked


His appeal is manifest, yet hard to pin down. His name is odd, Hogwartsian, suggesting both an Elizabethan actor and a baker whose products are made with rustic ingredients no one has heard of.

lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol!

Os lo imaginais de panadero Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil
Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing

Lo que no me queda muy claro es si les parece un alien o un dios griego scratch scratch

and how coffee affects him (it makes him talk even faster)

Si alguna vez nos lo encontramos mejor que sea despues de que se haya tomado una tila Shocked Shocked Shocked
De verdad se puede hablar mas rapido de lo que ya habla Ben ?? Shocked Shocked

Pero he de admitir que me ha gustado que tome cafe en vez de té Embarassed Embarassed , es uno de los nuestros Cool Cool.

The Time cover had just hit the newsstands, and Cumberbatch was slightly freaked out. “It’s one of the more bizarre levels of success,” he said. At first he thought it was fake. “Someone sent me a photograph of it and I thought, ‘Some fan has got hold of a photo and done one of those neat apps where they impose your head on something,’ ” he said

OOOOOooooohhhh que mono se asusto y todo I love you I love you I love you I love you , pero luly ves no soy la unica que no se cree las cosa , como el es tan troll cree que todo es mentira Suspect Suspect
jjaajajajajajajajajjaja

Y lo del camarero de cheers jajajajaj que friky jajajja me encanta , cuantas veces no le habria pasado esto a el en lo 80's

“I am so ready to play a really dumb character,” he said.

bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce

Cumberbatch said cheerfully. “He is an absolute bastard.”

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Lo adoro , de verdad adoro este hombre , es que no tiene freno jajajajajajaj

when they asked for autographs, they invariably asked on behalf of their teenage children

Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad

Estamos locas , solo digo eso , eso si ahora ya comprendo por que prefiere estar en londres que en ee.uu. cuando habla del cafe en camden no habla de que nadie se fijase en el Smile Smile

I looked like Kenny in ‘South Park’

really ??' Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes aqui tenemos al señor super inteligente Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes


That was a stupid thing to do,” Cumberbatch said, referring to Starfleet Command. “They should have just blown me up

lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol!

Que huevos tienes chaval jajajajajja ahora veo un poco dificil lo de star wars jjajajajaj.

He says he has a way of negotiating big-city crowds: “If you pick a point far behind them they perceive you as not seeing them, and you’re the obstacle they have to get around.” For a moment, he sounded positively Sherlockian. “There is a way of just shadowing through,” he continued. “The higher the walls, the more dark the windows, the bigger the sunglasses — the more people are going to look. The greatest disguise is learning how to be invisible in plain sight.”

lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol!

Me partooooo , que el negocia jajajajaj y me ha hecho gracia lo del disfraz , la frase es sherlock total pero creo que por eso ahora se pone las gafas esas , pues se le pilla igual Cool Cool
Laughing Laughing Laughing


Me ha encantado esta entrevista , gracias por ponerla luly  Wink Wink 
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Mensaje  auxiliar el Mar Mar 25, 2014 10:23 pm

Otra publicación. Esta vez hablan de Ben en el País, creo que es de hoy.

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Mensaje  girlofBen el Miér Mar 26, 2014 4:38 am

Gracias, Auxiliar. Sin duda Abigail Campos es una de nosotras, no puede disimular que se le cae la baba.  Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy 
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Mensaje  Nika el Lun Mayo 05, 2014 5:27 am

Tenemos revista internacional(inglesa) nueva con portada(Square Meal Lifestyle) y reportaje chachi del nene  Very Happy

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Re: Artículos de prensa sobre Benedict Cumberbatch

Mensaje  Mertxines el Dom Jun 15, 2014 5:08 am

De parte de sdmaryparis, artículo del 12-6-14 en The Atlantic:

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Benedict Cumberbatch and the Changing Face of Hollywood

He doesn't quite look like a superstar, but talent, unconventional features, and the power of the Internet have made him into one.

The French have an expression called jolie laide—directly translated, it means "beautiful ugly," but as a concept it embodies the intersection between attractiveness and unconventionality that makes us relish imperfection. Jolie laide is Sarah Jessica Parker and Benicio del Toro and Jessica Paré. It's why Solange is visually more intriguing than Beyoncé, and why Meat Loaf, however improbably, was a sex symbol for much of the 1980s.

Sofia Coppola is often cited as the female embodiment of jolie laide, but as it relates to men, there's no more obvious example in contemporary culture than Benedict Cumberbatch. In bleached-blonde, Botox-browed Hollywood, he's the antithesis of everything we're supposed to find attractive.

Let's start with his name, which sounds positively Hogwartsian. He's purposefully Benedict, rather than the more casual Ben, which brings to mind 16 distinctly unglamorous popes, an order of monks, and eggs smothered with hollandaise. Then there's the Cumberbatch part, which conjures up images of either a professor of potions or the antiquated silk sash men sometimes wear with tuxedos. What's in a name? Michael Caine was once Maurice Joseph Micklewhite and Cary Grant was born Archibald Leach: In the flimsy, illusive world of film, names matter.

Or perhaps they don't, anymore, and perhaps 37-year-old Cumberbatch is the physical manifestation of a paradigm shift in a culture that seeks out slender, sensitive Edward Cullen over sweaty Magic Mike and prefers Sherlock Holmes to Superman. Perhaps this is why Cumberbatch is everywhere. This week, he’s in the news because he’s voicing a “super-duper smooth wolf” in DreamWorks’ upcoming Penguins of Madagascar. He's also playing Hamlet at the London Barbican. He's playing Richard III, possibly opposite Judi Dench. He's reading radio news scripts from D-Day on BBC Radio Four (in what seems to be a craven but successful attempt to get millennials interested in history) He's photo-bombing U2 at the Oscars. He's reading letters written by Kurt Vonnegut and Iggy Pop at the literary Hay Festival. He's one of Time's 100 Most Influential People in the World. He's officiating at same-sex weddings. He's crowd-funding short films made by a production company he set up, SunnyMarch Ltd. He's starring as Alan Turing in The Imitation Game. He's replacing Brad Pitt in The Lost City of Z. He's replacing Guy Pearce as Whitey Bulger’s brother in Black Mass. He's on BuzzFeed surrounded by photoshopped pictures of kittens. And, yes, he's also doing a fourth season of Sherlock, the cult British series that made detached sociopaths dreamy and Cumberbatch a household name.

It's not beyond the realm of possibility to conclude that 37-year-old Cumberbatch is the biggest star in the world right now, riding an improbably perfect storm of talent, timing, sensitivity, virality, and our postmodern rejection of conformist standards of beauty—at least insofar as they relate to men. With actresses, we seem to crave homogeneity (as a fun experiment, look at a lineup featuring Kate Mara, Ashley Greene, Anna Kendrick, and Isla Fisher and see if you can say with absolute certainty which one is which). With actors, it's more complicated. There are the schlubby, paunchy Seth Rogen and Jonah Hill types, sure, but there's also brooding John Hawkes and goofy Michael Sheen and the quirkily off-kilter former ballerina Ansel Elgort.

Aesthetically, Cumberbatch's appeal is almost impossible to define. He has naturally auburn hair, which he dyes for different roles, but which brings to mind Byronic literary heroes as diverse as Mr. Darcy and Christian Grey. His haughty pallor bears comparison with the vampiric charms of Robert Pattinson in Twilight, and with the young Mark Twain. His features are aristocratic in a way that used to suggest inbreeding among the upper classes—his mouth is only vaguely defined, and his jaw is slender rather than square—while his eyes are situated disproportionately far away from each other, tilting back towards his temples in a manner that makes his angular cheekbones more apparent. Physically, he's most frequently compared to an otter. In previous roles, he sported a ginger mustache while playing a rapist in Atonement, and he suffered through a hideous makeover to play the infinitely gruesome Julian Assange in The Fifth Estate (not even Cumberbatch’s charms could make that movie a success).

Emotionally and intellectually, he is, quite simply, the perfect male celebrity for our time. The feminist blog Jezebel refers to him as "your boyfriend Benedict Cumberbatch," an endorsement that takes into consideration his intelligence, his chivalry (he once punched a reporter who was rude about Keira Knightley, but did so “gently”), his sense of humor, his status as a straight ally for gay rights (hence the wedding he officiated), and his Buddhist regard for humanity and all the earth's creatures. He's an activist and an artist who donates his drawings to charity auctions. He has concerns about the fact that his legions of fans refer to themselves as Cumberbitches or Cumberbunnies because of the potentially sexist connotations; he prefers Cumberbabes. Of course he does.

If Cumberbatch is as uncomfortable with the level of attention he's getting as he says he is, then his ascent can be seen as a cautionary tale for other reluctant idols. In some indefinable way, Cumberbatch is a walking, talking meme. When he appeared on Sesame Street he had to repeatedly remind Murray that he was actually an actor, not a detective named "Benedict Sherlock," in a joke that was far too sophisticated to be targeted at preschoolers and was presumably intended for a YouTube audience. His presence is guaranteed to make anything go viral, whether it's a literary festival, a TV miniseries, or one of the most frequently staged Shakespearian tragedies. In London, people are paying around $170 just to jump to the front of the line when tickets go on sale for his Hamlet. Combine photos of him looking intuitive or alluring with pictures of fuzzy kittens and it's a wonder the Internet doesn't implode.

In Edgar Allan Poe’s Ligeia a character says, "There is no exquisite beauty … without some strangeness in the proportion." Perhaps the strange and incalculable ascendancy of Cumberbatch from a man the BBC initially didn't think was sexy enough to play Sherlock Holmes to one of the biggest stars in the world is a sign that our culture is maturing, and no longer considers classical good looks to be paramount. The 18th century philosopher Immanuel Kant drew distinctions between things that are evidently beautiful because we can see they're beautiful, and things that are sublime because they demand an intellectual response. In a Cumberbatch-centric universe, the sublime is finally triumphant.



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Mensaje  Nika el Dom Ago 17, 2014 8:51 am

Mirad que me he encontrado hoy.Este hombre es un cielete,por si aún no lo sabíamos  Very Happy  I love you :

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Mensaje  Romelay el Sáb Oct 25, 2014 12:23 pm

Primer artículo de prensa que veo en el que dicen que la historia sobre Ben y Shopie son puras especulaciones sin más....

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Mensaje  WhoDoctor el Miér Nov 05, 2014 9:14 pm

Al parecer esta comprometido y se casara con Sophie.

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