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Ever since the play's 12-week run was announced a year ago and sold out in record time for a London stage show, people have been wondering whether the production, which began previews on Aug. 5 and officially opened Tuesday, was going to be a Cumberbatch fest or a serious "Hamlet".It is "Hamlet," but not in the brooding Laurence Olivier or Richard Burton tradition.It may not be a "Hamlet" for the ages, but it is one for now, and for Cumberbatch's legions of predominantly female fans.Lyndsey Turner Barbican Theatre production of "Hamlet" will be broadcast to cinemas on Oct. 15 .
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