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  • - And, we are live with Mr. Benedict Cumberbatch.

  • - That was agonizing.

  • I wanna know if we were stuck.

  • - I hope we were. - Like that, yeah.

  • - Like Doctor Strange, himself would freeze us in time.

  • - Exactly.

  • - It's always good to see you,

  • my friend. - Good link, good link.

  • - Thank you, likewise.

  • Lovely to see you, too, says in a manly way,

  • patting his upper thigh.

  • - Get off my thigh. - Awkward.

  • - Personal space - Awkward.

  • - Well, no, I was gonna say,

  • I mean, I think the internet has already dubbed us.

  • We have a Brangelina like moniker.

  • - Do we? - Yeah, yeah.

  • There's a Cumberwitz Tumblr out there.

  • - Oh, that's good,

  • that's good. - So, thank you for

  • dragging me into your

  • insane world. - I'm sorry.

  • The craziness of it all, it affects everyone I'm near,

  • or touch the knee of.

  • - No, it's all wonderful things.

  • - It's passed on.

  • - Congratulations on the film, man.

  • - Thank you. - We have a lot of

  • questions from the fans.

  • Some questions from myself.

  • All the questions that you don't like

  • will be questions from the fans.

  • Okay, don't blame me. - Okay, okay.

  • Alright. - Can you do that?

  • - Alright, yeah, I can live with that, just about.

  • - Let's talk first about this role.

  • I was telling you before, I love the film.

  • Everybody, from the time you were cast in it,

  • was saying, "He's perfect for this.

  • He's gonna be a perfect Doctor Strange."

  • Did you take that as a badge of honor,

  • or were you like, wait, why do they think I'm perfect

  • for a narcissist, arrogant?

  • - Yeah, exactly.

  • Oh, yeah, another clever guys who's a bit of a prick.

  • There is that, there is obviously that.

  • There is a correlation, I guess,

  • between certain characteristics

  • of a certain detective I'm known to have played,

  • or still play, I should add, still playing.

  • But, to be honest,

  • it was the differences that really attracted me.

  • This is an American born and bred hero, for starters,

  • so culturally, just a completely different space to occupy.

  • And, also, somebody who,

  • you know, he sense really involved with his world.

  • He has appetites, he has fast cars, fast relationships.

  • So, I don't know, his sort of psychological makeup's

  • very, very different.

  • - Definitely.

  • - Unlike a lot of characters, yeah,

  • there's pride before the fall,

  • there's all sorts of pathos with that,

  • but it was the humor, it was the MCU in general,

  • but you know, when they initially talked to me

  • about this character,

  • of course I went to the comics,

  • and those drawings, the original comics are extraordinary.

  • He is ridiculously obnoxious

  • in the first few iterations of him,

  • and I was like that's a little bit, that's full-on.

  • So, I was very intrigued to know how Kevin

  • would spin his usual sorcerer supreme magic,

  • Kevin Feige, and create a character

  • that really lived and breathed in the 21st century.

  • And, goes on as realistic a journey as you can,

  • between the space of being a neurosurgeon and a sorcerer.

  • (laughs)

  • Sounds ridiculous every time I say it,

  • but you do have to treat that seriously.

  • - Yeah, and you sell the journey.

  • It is an amazing journey for the character in the film,

  • as you say.

  • - And, as an acting thing, that was the real hook in.

  • - You're in New York, this week,

  • we were talking when you sat down,

  • culminating this crazy worldwide press tour

  • with hosting Saturday Night Live

  • for the first time. - Yes.

  • - Which, I'm so excited for.

  • I imagine you are stoked for.

  • - I'm already having less sleep than I normally have

  • thinking about it, but yeah, no.

  • - Are you bringing ideas,

  • or are you letting them kind of like give you some?

  • - I don't know how it works.

  • Of course, I haven't completely sat on my hands.

  • I mean, I might be doing a lot of this,

  • but certain things have popped up.

  • There's a little thing called an election going on

  • somewhere near here. - Is that happening soon?

  • - Yeah, somewhere.

  • Somewhere, some place, some time near you.

  • (laughs)

  • Apparently.

  • So, there's that.

  • So, my mind races. - Are you very engaged in

  • the political race here?

  • - I've got all the emails.

  • It's all to do with me.

  • (laughs)

  • So, yeah.

  • No, seriously, no, of course not.

  • It's not my country, and it's not my business,

  • but as far as material for SNL,

  • that's obviously been kicking around my head,

  • but I think the idea is you turn up,

  • and you see what they've got,

  • and then you try to bring your own funny,

  • and see what happens.

  • - If only this guy were good at impressions,

  • and different kind of characters.

  • - Very sweet,

  • but having said that, it's a whole different ballpark,

  • when it's live and it's a legendary, legendary kind of,

  • I was gonna say hotbed, but that sounds a bit saucy,

  • but you know, bedrock of American comedy,

  • and the greatest talents in every part of the industry

  • come out of there.

  • Yeah, it's hallowed ground to be treading on.

  • I'm very excited for (mumbles).

  • - In honor of Doctor Strange,

  • we asked for some strange questions for you,

  • so here we go, okay. - Of course, of course.

  • - I'm sure you got a bunch of these,

  • already, but here we go. - I do not have webbed feet.

  • (laughs)

  • I'm not a hermaphrodite.

  • Okay. - Breaking news.

  • Strangest place someone's asked for a picture?

  • - Sorry,

  • strangest place? - Strangest place, yeah.

  • - Literally going into a bathroom,

  • like a washroom in a service station.

  • Literally running to the loo,

  • because I just kept it going for too long in the car,

  • and it was,

  • this is gonna be disastrous.

  • And, I literally, with one hand, pushed back,

  • saying this is gonna get really ugly.

  • You have to move away now.

  • (laughs)

  • - You might wanna see a doctor.

  • I don't know how you're going to the bathroom, now.

  • (laughs)

  • - Yeah, what do you mean, as in?

  • Oh, no. - Never mind.

  • It's okay, it's okay. - (mumbles) no, it's

  • not scatological.

  • - Strangest nickname a friend has for you?

  • - Astounding business.

  • Strangest nickname a friend has for me,

  • which we'll now.

  • Yeah, that's a dangerous one.

  • Cumby, actually.

  • Not strange, at all.

  • Oh, no, no.

  • Bendydick Cum-on-my-baps, but that was, that was.

  • - [Josh] Whoa.

  • - Sorry, we're live.

  • I'm so sorry.

  • Oh, dear.

  • But, that was, yeah.

  • - That's more of a command, I feel like, that's more of a.

  • - It is, really, isn't it?

  • Yeah, it was an imperative.

  • I don't think it was, at the time.

  • - You like the fan (mumbles),

  • 'cause you're just - No, that person,

  • - feeding more, right now. - that person,

  • - he's someone I used to act with at school,

  • and he's now a racing

  • correspondent for Channel Four.

  • - Amazing.

  • - Yeah, his name is Nick Luck.

  • I've shamed him.

  • - You might as well.

  • - No, it's a badge of honor.

  • That was the most inventive of many names in high school.

  • - Strangest thing you do, now that you're a parent?

  • Strangest adjustment you've made?

  • Strangest (mumbles)?

  • - All wonderfully strange.

  • All wonderfully, privately strange, but you know,

  • just...

  • the great thing that it is.

  • - Strangest dance move in your repertoire?

  • (laughs)

  • - What do you call that?

  • - I don't know.

  • The Worm Hand, I don't know.

  • Yeah, I don't know.

  • Get me after the SNL after party.

  • There'll be some pretty weird shapes on that night,

  • I'm pretty sure.

  • - What would Doctor Strange's dance move be?

  • - It would involve lots of hand stuff,

  • and he'd do a bit of this, and then go into

  • a sort of disco circle thing.

  • Then, get the hips going with the same.

  • (laughs)

  • Something like that, I don't know.

  • Gif.

  • That's just a gif, right there.

  • Gif gifts. - You're the human gif.

  • - I'm a gif gift.

  • - The accent of this.

  • Remember, I pestered you on the press line about this.

  • (mumbles)

  • - In this very beautiful town,

  • which is obviously his habitat,

  • I was running down Fifth Avenue

  • in the shadow of the Empire State Building,

  • just feeling properly like a superhero,

  • which is a good thing,

  • because there were more paparazzi

  • than there were crew filming me.

  • And, so the sort of thing of like,

  • I'm taking off in the Cloak of Levitation,

  • just looked like me kind of going skip.

  • And, it's quite a powerful move to initiate.

  • It's that when,

  • I was throwing a ball in on the line of a soccer match.

  • I was, you know, conducting an orchestra,

  • I was - Yeah,

  • it works for every occasion. - Zip-wiring.

  • Yeah, it's a multifaceted move.

  • So, maybe that's the Strange move.

  • It's like that on the dance floor.

  • - Okay, so talking about the choice of the accent,

  • was there ever a consideration to make him British,

  • or was it a no-brainer to keep him?

  • - Not on my part, no,

  • and I just kind of, yeah,

  • I think that was a no-brainer, for me anyway.

  • Yeah, because, you know, he's New York.

  • He's a New York superhero.

  • Bring him home.

  • - Now, since you're so good at accents and impressions,

  • could we just see what Doctor Strange would sound like

  • in a couple different

  • voices? - If he was Mongolian.

  • Yeah, okay.

  • - I've got one of my favorite lines in the trailer.

  • - Okay.

  • - So, what would that sound like, for instance,

  • like, I don't know, a Boston accent, or a Russian accent?

  • - I can't do Boston, because

  • that's really specific. - You went down that road.

  • - Russian. - Russian?

  • - I don't believe in fairy tales about chakras or energy,

  • or power of belief.

  • I spat all over you when I said