It is true that not all film is Marvel films for the actor Benedict Cumberbatch, he also has got such occasional chance for acting along with other stars like Kirsten Dunst. In the most current collaboration with Netflix, “Power of the Dog”, there is the English actor who has played the character that has awakened the terrible feelings in Kirsten Dunst’s character. Cumberbatch has taken the matters too seriously, and he has been wanted for going to full method on it. It is due to the repulsion Dunst felt for his character and it had been easier for them not to talk to each other at the time of the shooting. In the last week, Cumberbatch has said, “ I did not want to be really mean to Kirsten but I needed to stay in character. So In did not speak to her on-set. She was the same.”
The actress has confirmed on Thursday that she has any type of personal issues with the English star., She had not been able to handle talking with him while he had on the character. Cumberbatch is popular for getting quite invested in his own roles and also for the film that had not different for him.
Dunst has spoken to The Radio Times:
“isolated myself from Benedict,” she said. “We didn’t talk at all during the filming unless we were out to dinner on a weekend, all together, or playing with our kids. He’s so sweet. And he’s so British. Polite British, you know? I was like, ‘I can’t talk to you!'”
Benedict Cumberbatch’s toxic masculinity
In his, Cumberbatch has felt to need to talk with Sky News about the film that has a female director, and also it shows how the men should approach such toxic masculinity:
“We need to fix the behavior of men,” he said. “You have to kind of lift the lid on the engine a little bit. I think it’s ever-relevant, and in a world that’s questioning and ripping into and finally pointing out the inadequacies of the status quo and the patriarchy, it’s even more important.”
“You get this sort of rebellion aspect, this denial, this sort of childish defensive position of ‘not all men are bad. No, we just have to shut up and listen. We’re living through an era now where survivors can speak and are having a platform to realize that there is not enough recognition of abuse, there’s not enough recognition of disadvantages.”
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