"I had a really busy year last year, and the beginning of this year, and all of them are coming home to roost in the same year, which is quite extraordinary," says Benedict Cumberbatch to The Independent. I look a bit weird." But as far as his relationship with his female fanbase, called the Cumberbitches, Benedict Cumberbatch admits to feeling uneasy about being targeted with girlfriend pleas and constant adoration from strangers. I think they set feminism back a few years." And in case you're wondering, Benedict Cumberbatch does not have a girlfriend.
He is single, after ending a relationhip with fashion designer Anna Jones last year, and a 12-year relationship with actress Olivia Poulet before that.
"You will be used, as a hired gun, to assume the appearance of the truth in order to assassinate it," writes Assange according to Variety.
"Feature films are the most powerful and insidious shapers of public perception, because they fly under the radar of conscious exclusion." Maybe Benedict Cumberbatch has more to worry about than girlfriend rumors.
This leads to a hilarious unspooling of old prejudices and new PC absurdities as the four women struggle to navigate the racial minefield.
Poulet, 35, who has played Camilla Parker Bowles and Carole Thatcher as well as clenched spin doctor Emma Messinger in The Thick of It, thought she was auditioning for the part of “brittle, uptight” hostess Natasha but is instead brilliantly cast against type as her gauche, clumsy friend Izzy, whose children are “so white they’re almost transparent”.“I read the play and it felt really relevant, funny, arresting and engaging,” says Poulet.
Olivia Poulet is an ambassador for Park Theatre, where her latest role as one of four London mothers behaving badly around race and red wine puts her where she wants to be, she tells Nick Curtis — in a funny play, written by a woman Although women make up 51 per cent of the population, it’s still rare to find an all-female play, much less an all-female comedy which takes a daringly near-the-knuckle look at attitudes to race and parenting.
And one which allows its women characters to behave quite so badly.
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