Benedict Cumberbatch Checks Out Progress On His Statue At Madame Tussauds

The Cumberbabe decided to pop into Madame Tussauds in London to check on the progress of his wax statue….which is looking pretty darn good if you ask me.

A good likeness!

A good likeness!

According to Tussauds, the head is first sculpted perfectly in clay and Benedict recently attended a sitting to inspect progress and ensure a perfect likeness is achieved.

Profile like a Roman God.

Profile like a Roman God.

Senior Principal Sculptor, Louis Wiltshire, is seen here working on a perfect clay likeness which is then used to create the mold for the final figure in wax.

I want this guy's job...

I want this guy’s job…

The Cumberbabe listens to his iPod to keep his mind occupied while attending his second sitting for the wax work. I wonder what he’s listening to?

What's on your iPod?

What’s on your iPod?

Tussauds said they were inundated with requests for the incredibly popular actor who recently won an Emmy Award for his starring role in Sherlock and will next appear in The Imitation Game with Keira Knightley.

CumberWaxEars

Can't improve perfection...

You can’t mess with perfection!

I'll take two please!

I’ll take two please!

The unveiling of the wax statue is scheduled for sometime this year…and I’m sure the CumberFans are already queuing up!

Lady Anglophile….Placing an order for one, please!

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3 Responses to Benedict Cumberbatch Checks Out Progress On His Statue At Madame Tussauds

  1. Josephine Farrugia says:

    I’m not a Cumberbabe but the likeness is WOW! The lips especially!!

    On 28 August 2014 18:42, The Anglophile Channel wrote:

    > The Anglophile Channel posted: “The Cumberbabe decided to pop into > Madame Tussauds in London to check on the progress of his wax > statue….which is looking pretty darn good if you ask me. According to > Tussauds, the head is first sculpted perfectly in clay and Benedict > recently at”

  2. Peggy Kincaid says:

    Neither am I but I love his acting. The likeness is amazing.

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