Benedict Cumberbatch

“I know you’ve moved here, I hope it burns down,” the attacker screamed outside the London home of Cumberbatch and his family.
The stars were out on the purple carpet in Los Angeles for the culmination of over a decade of films, as the Marvel Cinematic Universe comes to an end in “Avengers: Endgame”. The feeling was both celebratory and bittersweet amongst the actors who have played these roles across 22 films.
"Saturday Night Live" gave another show of support for the landmark ruling as the program closed out.
The crew went back to the Middle Ages, where Alito drew his inspiration for his draft opinion gutting Roe v. Wade.
The "Dr. Strange" star said Cumberbatch “sounds like a fart in a bath" and is "a bit clumsy."
"I want to give them some stability after the turmoil that they’ve experienced, and that’s within my home," said the "Dr. Strange" star.
The Oscar nominee suggested Elliott's reaction was indicative of the "massive intolerance within the world" toward the LGBTQ community.
The actor committed and then some to bring his performance in Netflix's "The Power of the Dog" to life.
The Avengers haven’t exactly been quick to publicly assemble around Johansson amid her legal dispute.
The star fell ill while filming "The Mauritanian," a drama about a man detained in Guantanamo Bay for 14 years, at the end of 2019.