Recently, a few less-than-reputable outlets took their marching orders from a publicist and printed rebuttals to an article about trouble in paradise involving our favorite dual threat foreign born actor and his so called wife.
Try as one might, though the referenced article was nowhere to be found.
Apparently they had jumped the gun which just made them look like idiots.
Days later the referenced article finally dropped online with an outright declaration of trouble in paradise.
While this is causing a tempest online, our actor showed up in the south of France living it up without his so called wife.
Is the internet’s boyfriend making a comeback?
Benedict Cumberbatch Divorce Rumors: ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Actor and Sophie Turner’s Marriage Reportedly Hit a Rough Patch; Couple Splitting?
Benedict Cumberbatch and wife Sophie Truner are said to be going through a tough time with regards to their marriage. It was reported that the “Avengers: Endgame” star was mostly at fault as his busy work schedule is being blamed for the alleged marital issues.
OK! Magazine reported that these days, Cumberbatch has been super focused on his work that his family life is starting to suffer. It was mentioned that the actor has been very busy lately that he has no time for his wife and two sons.
“He’s been getting the kinds of offers that he can’t possibly pass up,” the tipster revealed. “He’s pulling in a fortune and has more Marvel movies planned, in addition to his usual roster of high-end dramas, but it means a lot of time away from his family.”
The source explained that it already came to a point when Benedict Cumberbatch is “at a crossroads” between work and his marriage. He wants to be with his wife, but then he also needs to grab all the opportunities coming his way as these big projects may never come his way again.- Source
How the Internet Picks Its Boyfriends
Have you heard the news? We’re all in love with Oscar Isaac now. He’s filling up your Tumblr dash, blanketing your Twitter feed, and featuring in your daydreams. He is the internet’s new boyfriend.
Chris Evans, Rami Malek, Tom Hardy, Sebastian Stan, Idris Elba, Tom Hiddleston, the trope codifier Benedict Cumberbatch — they’ve all had their turn, but the forecast for the beginning of 2016 seems to be all Oscar Isaac. As with others, you can find him in the popular media of the moment. The attraction starts with The Force Awakens and grows from there, finding expression in GIFs, quotes, and photos. When real men disappoint us — in their politics, their bullshit, their basic human inconsistencies — the internet’s boyfriend is a paragon of enlightened masculinity, constructed by committee.
Usually it’s a man with enough mystery to keep these projections of desire from puncturing, but enough charm that his popularity was merely a matter of timing. Usually it’s a man in his early or mid-30s, old enough that a teenager will find him refreshingly mature and a grown-up can lust after him with impunity.
And usually it’s someone surrounded by an aura of authenticity. There must be a conception (whether it’s true is moot) that he earned his current position through hard work rather than dumb luck. There’s often some flaw or idealized vulnerability attached to him or his character — Benedict Cumberbatch didn’t think he was handsome, and plays a character with the emotional intelligence of “a high-functioning sociopath.” Sebastian Stan was an immigrant from a communist nation and plays a character used by the government. Oscar Isaac, Rami Malek, and Idris Elba have all spoken about their worries about being typecast because of their race. Tom Hardy plays a man broken by a dystopian hellscape.- Source