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Benedict Cumberbatch, the Oscar-nominated and Emmy Award-winning star of “Sherlock” and “Doctor Strange,” has found his next project. The Brit actor will be taking the lead role in an upcoming adaptation of Edward St. Aubyn’s Patrick Melrose novels.
These are very well-regarded novels. Should be an interesting series.
Hill revealed she had cancelled an appearance at a particular bookshop – which she did not name – because of its decision to champion anti-Trump literature and views whilst declining to stock pro-Trump titles. She said that this “bias” was interfering with the rights of customers to “browse and buy whatever they wish” and was a form of censorship that bookshops should “never indulge in”.
Another one to add to the list of people who need a quick primer in what censorship actually is.