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Benedict Cumberbatch Teases First Collaboration With Wes Anderson On ‘The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar’ & Next ‘Doctor Strange’ Film After Earning Seventh SAG Award Nom For ‘The Power Of The Dog’

After landing a SAG Award nomination this morning for his work in Jane Campion’s Netflix Western The Power of the Dog, Benedict Cumberbatch spoke with Deadline about his recently-announced, first collaboration with Wes Anderson on a Netflix adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar, as well as the upcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

Cumberbatch, who is playing the title character in Anderson’s latest, said he is “over the moon” about the opportunity to work with the filmmaker, with production set to start soon, and also “a little bit nervous” as he is before every job. “[Anderson’s] greatness is a fact. He’s wonderful. What a rewarding director for audiences, for actors—the style, the work, the aesthetic, and also the heart and soul of him,” he opined. “It’s a marvelous time and a very different experience I imagine from working with Jane, but one that’s going to be pretty rewarding.”

The actor’s latest Doctor Strange film for Disney and Marvel just wrapped additional photography on Saturday, and is set for release on May 6. “I’m thrilled at the reaction to the teaser trailer at the end of Spider-Man; I’m thrilled at the reaction that film’s been having,” he told Deadline. “I mean, it’s been a bit of a moment, to be honest.”

Others recognized today for their work on The Power of the Dog included Cumberbatch’s co-stars Kirsten Dunst and Kodi-Smit McPhee, with the actor only coming to realize in conversation with Deadline that his latest nom is his seventh. “It’s my seventh SAG nomination?” he asked. “Bloody hell.”

In the film adapted from the novel by Thomas Savage, he portrays Phil Burbank, a charismatic rancher who inspires fear and awe in those around him. When his brother brings home

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After landing a SAG Award nomination this morning for his work in Jane Campion’s Netflix Western The Power of the Dog, Benedict Cumberbatch spoke with Deadline about his recently-announced, first collaboration with Wes Anderson on a Netflix adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar, as well as the upcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
EXCLUSIVE: Rupert Friend and Richard Ayoade are the latest additions to join the all-star cast of Netflix’s adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar with Wes Anderson writing and directing. Friend and Ayoade join previously announced Benedict Cumberbatch, Dev Patel, Ralph Fiennes and Ben Kingsley.

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