Benedict Cumberbatch has started a year that most stars can dream of. The Oscar-nominated actor will appear in four films in 2021. Cumberbatch, who was acclaimed for his performance in Dominic Cook’s “The Courier” earlier this year, was one of the best people at the Telluride Film Festival, where his two films made their North American debuts: from Will Sharpe’s “The Electrical Life of Lewis Wayne” and Jane Campion. “The Power of the Dog”. Later this year, he returned to the Marvel Cinematic Universe to star in John Watts’ “Spider-Man: No Way Home”, opposite Tom Holland, his independent sequel, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”, to be launched in March 2022. Before
In this bonus version “Diversity The Awards Circuit Podcast, ”we talk to Cumberbatch about his film, what his already impressive biography means, and how family people examine his priorities. Listen down!
The Camberbatch Academy Award-winning campaign is creating an Oscar lightning for his performance as a repressed cowboy in “Power of the Dog,” which could lead him to a second Oscar nomination for Best Actor. The film praised him and his co-stars at the Telluride and Venice festivals last weekend.
He even had a cup of tea about “Spider-Man: No Way Home” and responded to Holland’s comments in an earlier episode of the “Awards Circuit Podcast”, where he said, “I think this is the most ambitious standalone superhero movie ever made.” Naturally, Cumberbatch has a quick response, “Until ‘Doctor Strange 2’ comes out,” throwing the gantlet for Marvel’s next episode.
“The Courier” is now available for rent and purchase on Blu-ray and DVD. “Electrical Life of Lewis Wayne” is released in limited form. Before streaming on Amazon Prime Video on October 22nd. “The Power of the Dog” debuted in theaters on November 1, then hit Netflix on November 2. “Spider-Man: No Way Home” will be released in theaters a month later, while “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” is currently scheduled for March 25, 2022.
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