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    Sherlock star says LOTR prequel will be amazing



    By Matt Maytum


    Benedict Cumberbatch recently spoke to MTV about his work on upcoming Middle-earth epic The Hobbit

    Talking from Elton John's Oscar-viewing party (alright for some: we just watched the ceremony in our lounge with an industrial-sized vat of tea), he spoke about the technical process involved in playing a dragon, and his relationship with the cast and crew.

    On his Hobbit experience, Sherlock star Cumberbatch said, "I was very lucky [to work] with Pete [Jackson]."

    "As far as the experience, what an extraordinary one it was because at the time I was in my work, I was in isolation with him and this incredible tag team. And at the very cool place with that technology doing mo-cap for two characters, Smaug the dragon and another character, which will remain nameless, and it was an awful lot of fun."

    "It's a sort of wonderful ongoing process," he added. "I spent a lot of time recording voice as well as doing movements. So, it was sort of freeing; it was fun. It was like playing a game.

    "It's going to be an amazing film; it's going to be a real treat. I watched The Lord of The Rings again before I started working, and the way those films grow in depth of craft on every level are extraordinary. Their mark is for that."


    And on working with his Sherlock co-star Martin Freeman (who plays Bilbo), Cumberbatch said: "It was great. I got to hang out with him, and I kept a straight face for a bit and then I started giggling because I know Martin, I don't know Bilbo.

    "For Martin to be sitting there playing Bilbo is amazing. He's going to be amazing, he's going to be fantastic in this film."

    The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey opens on 14 December 2012. We're possibly even more excited about it than Cumberbatch is.




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    Standart "War Horse" (2011)

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    Alıntı anısız Nickli Üyeden Alıntı Mesajı göster
    (film pek ilgimi cekmesede...)

    Film niye ilgini çekmedi bakalım kareler güzele benziyor.Başrol değil galiba War Horse'ta.Şöyle doya doya izleyebilceğimiz film sayısı yok denecek kadar az.Bende Tinker Tailor Solider Spy'i izleme gafletinde bulunmuştum Benedict ve onun gibi birçok hatırı sayılı aktör için sonuç pek bir hüsran oldu.
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    Alıntı kaptan jack Nickli Üyeden Alıntı Mesajı göster
    Film niye ilgini çekmedi bakalım kareler güzele benziyor.Başrol değil galiba War Horse'ta.Şöyle doya doya izleyebilceğimiz film sayısı yok denecek kadar az.Bende Tinker Tailor Solider Spy'i izleme gafletinde bulunmuştum Benedict ve onun gibi birçok hatırı sayılı aktör için sonuç pek bir hüsran oldu.
    Adama askerlik yakismis
    Simdi soyle - filmi duydukta, konusuna baktim ve pek anlamsiz buldum...
    BC de pek tanimiyordum o zaman. Sonra bir kac yorum okudum - yazanlar izleyip - ben ise izlemeyip, ama ayni fikirlere gelmisiz.
    Benim fikirlerim: konu bittimi - Spielberg gibi birisi savasi fona alip at hikayesi anlatiyor.
    O birilerin fikri - goruntu, cekim cok guzel - ama hikaye bunlara degmiyor ve de bir-kac dakika filmde gorunmeleri icin cok iyi, kaliteli ingilis oyuncular oynatilirmi? (iste buna katiliyorum).
    Sonuc - hem benim (izlemeyen taraf), hem bazi izleyenlerin - tipik bir Hollywood yapimi... yani (IMHO :img-wink:)

    Tinker Tailor Solider Spy'i izledim ama - dedigin gibi, canim, oyuncu kadrosu harika! Birde, mesela, yenilik gibi fark ettigim bir detay - rus ajanlari rus oyuncular oynuyor (Polyakov-u oynayan Xabenskiy cok iyi bir oyuncu!)
    Yorucu, bir defa izlenelecek bir film, ama şık! BC rolu de iyi - iyi oyun sergilemis.

    BC su an yukseliste - Hollywood fln (Star Trek, sonra Liv Tyler-la film olacak galiba), ama umarim oralarda cok fazla takilmaz - yazik olur. (IMHO)
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    Thumbs up "Third Star"

    "Third Star" filminin senaristi ve yapımcısı Vaughan Sivell-in blog-undan alıntı:



    On Benedict Cumberbatch



    "There is definitely something alien about Benedict Cumberbatch. This was exaggerated the first time we properly met. He arrived late, he often is, but with the flurry of apology that he means utterly, and sounds faintly bored of having to give so frequently. He was wearing his crash helmet and wet weather biker’s jacket. It was a modern style so had the moulded Kevlar pads and bumps that shaped his body like an exoskeleton.

    He is immediately intelligent. He’s on his front foot and yet asking questions. One instantly gets the impression there is no depth to any conversation he is not willing to plumb.

    Over the long casting period we discussed with him many times, which of our four leads he could play. What makes him different from most of the actors we saw was of course that he can play so many different parts. Again it’s the hint of ‘shape-shifter’ that gilds his gifts.

    At first I was loathe for him to play James (thinking he may play another role). I felt that having become well known for playing Stephen Hawking so brilliantly he would be perceived as some sort of a “rent-a-cripple”… But there was something I needed in James that so few people could portray. And of course Benedict understood it immediately, which is why he is one of the great actors of his generation".




    "James is a hero. We have to love him. We have to understand why the boys love him and will go to the extreme they do with him… But he’s also a bit of a pompous dick. I like to think this is what makes him believable. All these characters have flaws because we ALL do.

    But it takes confidence and belief, total artistic commitment and an amazing lack of vanity for a young actor in his first real leading role to know that he can play this character on the edge of likability and get away with it. Of course Benedict does.

    The ability to play these complications is another matter. He is of course just a brilliant actor. All the boys were. For me his most impressive ability, as I have said before, is to be technically brilliant, while all the while looking as though there is nothing but gut reaction going on. Watching him physically train to play James (He dieted, ran the cliffs and swam in the cold sea), and also delve into the meaning of every line in rehearsals, and then plot the effect of his illness on his body and mind as it would be in each scene (shot in the wrong order), while all the while being a joy to be around was impressive to witness. To see it as one performance in the final cut was remarkable.

    He is rare even amongst the acting breed. If the character description says handsome: he is. If it says Nasty: he is. Older: he is… Younger: he is. For this reason I just can’t wait to see what he will become.

    Working with him was a delight. I learned so much. It was so often easy to see what he was like at ten years old. He’s a giggler, and a brilliant mimic and, like the other boys, he thought nothing of carrying kit up the steps from Barafundle Bay, even after having been on camera all day.

    When we cast him in Third Star, his role in Sherlock was yet to make him the global star he is now. This of course did so well for us in to one respect and yet his schedule, by the time we released, made it impossible for him to do enough press. Fame had swept him up. And yet, when we talk, I ** really aware that he is enjoying it by revelling in the experience of the work far, far more than any of the perks of it.

    One evening long after the shoot he called me to ask if he could come to my home to watch Have I Got News For You. “Sure. Why?”

    “Because I’m hosting it?”

    I sat and watched him watching himself. He was thrilled that he “got away with it”, that his suit looked nice; that his memory of people laughing at the right times, on and off script, were real. He was edgy throughout and so relieved when it was over. It was strange to see him so effected by it at first– but of course I realised he was having to be himself. Like the great chameleons of the stage and screen, having to decide on a version of himself to go on camera was a risky business for him.

    I’m not sure to what extent that was a turning point, but throughout that period I really felt he had to adjust to life as Benedict Cumberbatch in some way – and he found his feet. Whatever personal doubts he had had, that were inaccurate, are far fewer now. Being really appreciated for what he does best has made him happier in his own skin… So he can spend the rest of his life enjoying wearing other peoples".


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