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Madame Tussauds - The Making of Benedict Cumberbatch

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"I think the Moon is far enough for now, don’t you?"

idrillia:

Quick trip to Tussaud’s to see the new waxwork today.  Whilst the expression is quite intent, the likeness is incredible.

The expression was chosen by Benedict in conjunction with the artist.  John Cormican, who sculpted the work, described how it’s quite a tough process for a sitter.  You have to hold the pose and expression for around three hours, lots of measurements.  John said Benedict was one of the most kind hearted people he had ever met.  Not just in his line of work, but ever.  He was very warm and a pleasure to spend that time with.  John is himself a Primetime Emmy winning prosthetic artist and so they had something to talk about there.  He really couldn’t speak highly enough of Benedict’s time with the Tussaud’s team.

The hands are casts of Benedict’s own.

Oddly, Jeremy Paxman was there filming something on Churchill. He spent a bit of time talking to visitors to the Benedict waxwork.  He described meeting Benedict at a party.  He was with his children who wanted to meet Benedict so despite not knowing him, Jeremy went and introduced himself and the children.  He said Benedict was brilliant with them, and got them talking about their exams and what was happening in their lives.  Again, reported as being a lovely chap.

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Madame Tussauds Unveil New Wax Figure Of Benedict Cumberbatch

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What does everyone think of Benedict Cumberbatch’s wax figure? #cumberwax #benedictcumberbatch #cumberbatch #cumbercollective #madametussauds #madametussaudslondon

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Evolution of the Desk (1980-2014)

gif: grofjardanhazy, original video via Best Reviews

It’s exciting to see how much technology has changed (and shrunk) in the last twenty-five years. But no app will ever replace adorable pictures of puppies…

This reminded us of Kevin Kelly’s talk about the evolution of technology»