Last month, Cumberbatch won his first Emmy for his role as a modern-day Sherlock Holmes in the BBC miniseries “Sherlock.” (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Nathan Denette)
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Benedict Cumberbatch is "challenging," says the director of his new film, and "a handful," according to his co-star.Such is the curse of working with Cumberbatch, one of the most sought-after actors today on both sides of the Atlantic.Cumberbatch said he wanted to give Tyldum a choice when he went to edit and could have filmed all day.Cumberbatch said he tries to be mindful as the lead actor not to use up everyone else's time and exasperate his co-stars.Matthew Goode, who plays dashing leader of the code-breakers Hugh Alexander, forced to step aside for Turing to take over, said he's learned to "batch" with his friend Cumberbatch.
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