Benedict Cumberbatch has become one of the internet’s most beloved celebrities. Do you stalk him as much as you think you do?
It’s okay to
stalk keep a close eye on Benedict. He frequently wows spectators during interviews, impresses us with his film roles, and continues to kick ass in Sherlock. It’s only natural to spend a little too much time keeping an eye on Mr. Cumberbatch.
To see exactly how big of a stalker you are, we’ve assembled ten questions that test your knowledge of the actor. Some of these questions will require a borderline-creepy level of knowledge. For other questions, you may have a hard time answering if you haven’t kept a close eye on his recent career moves.
After taking the quiz, see which answers you got right or wrong, then share your result with your friends and challenge their level of Benedict-intelligence.
Cumberbatch will be seen later this year – in the form of a dragon – in The Hobbit finale, There and Back Again. Since he has a pretty free work schedule ahead of him (unless that Star Wars rumor comes true), fans are hoping that he films Sherlock series 4 within the next few months so that we can see it around Christmas. Two years of waiting was too long of a wait between series 3 and series 4.
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