Hi, I'm Amber and I'm in love with Benedict Cumberbatch. This blog is my personal outlet for lusting after him.

Please don't feel obliged to tell me my blog is remarkable or amazing, John's expressed that thought in every possible variant available to the english language.

BLOOONNDDDEEEBAAATCCCH <3

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Benedict Profile!Porn: The Left, Right, Left Edition.

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#benedict cumberbatch #hot damn

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Red Carpet - 2014 Laureus World Sports Awards #BenedictCumberbatch

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4 days ago · 2,818 notes · originally from deareje
#benedict cumberbatch

7 days of Benedict Cumberbatch Day 2: Favourite hairstyle

(I almost love all his hairstyles btw so you’ll have a mix of them)

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Benedict Cumberbatch and Alice Eve, GQ Style by Tertius Bune. x

Benedict Cumberbatch and Alice Eve, GQ Style by Tertius Bune. x

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5 days ago · 247 notes · originally from theycallmekirk
#benedict cumberbatch #Alice eve

londonphile:

Lovely GQ interview with @tertiusbune about Benedict and Eve’s photoshoot


His relationship with Cumberbatch is demonstrated through a truly unique and unfiltered way of representing his friend. “I do believe I can cast him in a light that shows him as he ultimately is,” Bune says of the actor. “I’m talking about his versatility as a human being.” In fact the shoot is testament to the spontaneity that comes from real friendship - an invitation to stay for a few days in LA provided all the inspiration Bune needed. “It was such an amazing time…but most importantly to witness this truly awesome moment in Benedict’s career. Such a gift to be able to share that with him”.
Here Bune talks to GQ Style about what it is like to photograph your best friend and the inspiration behind his take on the American Road Trip…
GQ Style: Tell us about your shoot with Benedict Cumberbatch. Where were you? Tertius Bune: I had come to L.A. for a couple of shoots whilst Benedict was promoting a movie. Benedict invited me to stay with him at his house in Venice Beach. I met Alice the first night I arrived while at an Oscars party. The three of us just clicked. As we all hung out in the following weeks, I thought to myself; here they are after over ten years from first meeting and working together, both of their careers had really picked up steam in the prior few years. This is where the inspiration for the story came. Benedict and Alice both seemed to be grabbing or if you will, “stealing” all these roles in Hollywood. The story was shot on Mulholland Drive, a road in L.A. that has a certain outlaw quality and history to it. 
We understand that you and Benedict are old friends - is there a particular trick to shooting someone you know so well?  Yes, Benedict and I have known each other since I was six and he eight years old. There is no particular trick to photographing someone you’ve known your whole life but I do believe I can cast him in a different light due to the fact that I know him as well as I do.  This shoot in particular I wanted to show his edgier side. Which is not something I contrived, he has it. I see the media painting Benedict as the proper British boy (yes this is part of him), but he has a vast range. And I’m not just talking about acting or character range.
What was it like working with Alive Eve? Alice was Amazing to work with. She came at me throwing idea after idea with lots of excitement. I love collaborating like this with subjects. It’s what makes for something special. 
How easily did Benedict make the transition from actor to model - did he have a ‘blue steel’ moment in his locker?  Benedict is a master in front of any lens. He just gets it.
http://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/style/articles/2014-03/25/benedict-cumberbatch-alice-eve-gq-style-pictures-tertius-bune-interview/viewgallery/0

londonphile:

Lovely GQ interview with @tertiusbune about Benedict and Eve’s photoshoot

His relationship with Cumberbatch is demonstrated through a truly unique and unfiltered way of representing his friend. “I do believe I can cast him in a light that shows him as he ultimately is,” Bune says of the actor. “I’m talking about his versatility as a human being.” In fact the shoot is testament to the spontaneity that comes from real friendship - an invitation to stay for a few days in LA provided all the inspiration Bune needed. “It was such an amazing time…but most importantly to witness this truly awesome moment in Benedict’s career. Such a gift to be able to share that with him”.

Here Bune talks to GQ Style about what it is like to photograph your best friend and the inspiration behind his take on the American Road Trip…

GQ Style: Tell us about your shoot with Benedict Cumberbatch. Where were you?
Tertius Bune: I had come to L.A. for a couple of shoots whilst Benedict was promoting a movie. Benedict invited me to stay with him at his house in Venice Beach. I met Alice the first night I arrived while at an Oscars party. The three of us just clicked. As we all hung out in the following weeks, I thought to myself; here they are after over ten years from first meeting and working together, both of their careers had really picked up steam in the prior few years. This is where the inspiration for the story came. Benedict and Alice both seemed to be grabbing or if you will, “stealing” all these roles in Hollywood. The story was shot on Mulholland Drive, a road in L.A. that has a certain outlaw quality and history to it. 

We understand that you and Benedict are old friends - is there a particular trick to shooting someone you know so well? 
Yes, Benedict and I have known each other since I was six and he eight years old. There is no particular trick to photographing someone you’ve known your whole life but I do believe I can cast him in a different light due to the fact that I know him as well as I do.  This shoot in particular I wanted to show his edgier side. Which is not something I contrived, he has it. I see the media painting Benedict as the proper British boy (yes this is part of him), but he has a vast range. And I’m not just talking about acting or character range.

What was it like working with Alive Eve?
Alice was Amazing to work with. She came at me throwing idea after idea with lots of excitement. I love collaborating like this with subjects. It’s what makes for something special. 

How easily did Benedict make the transition from actor to model - did he have a ‘blue steel’ moment in his locker? 
Benedict is a master in front of any lens. He just gets it.

http://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/style/articles/2014-03/25/benedict-cumberbatch-alice-eve-gq-style-pictures-tertius-bune-interview/viewgallery/0

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5 days ago · 1,808 notes · originally from londonphile
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"Whether he’s playing Sherlock Holmes, another role or just being himself, Cumberbatch’s body language is guarded, yet rich in expression. No extraneous flamboyant gestures for this man. Every move he makes and every look he gives seem direct and to the point." — every moveimageevery lookimage
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6 days ago · 5,427 notes · originally from dudeufugly
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benedict-the-cumbercookie:

Benedict Cumberbatch in Silent Witness

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Such a baby. Such an idiot! Great gifset!

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An Edit a Day ⚜ Benedict Cumberbatch ⚜ [237/?]
An Edit a DayBenedict Cumberbatch ⚜ [237/?]

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