The American Actor Who Was Once Kidnapped At Gun Point in South Africa While Filming A Movie.
By SoftLinksMedia | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 48 views
How hard will it shock you that an actual hollywood actor, a celebrity who people now see as an icon and almost has one of the successful movie in one of the most successful movie franchise was actually kidnapped while filming a movie in South Africa?
Well I don't know how you might feel, the actor is no one but the one and only Benedict Cumberbatch, the marvel super hero, Dr. Strange was actually kidnapped.
So how did this happened, in 2004 Benedict Cumberbatch was filming a show with his co-stars, Theo Landy and Denise Black. After finishing a scuba lesson and while on their way back their tyres got busted on a dangerous South African road were numerous people were reported missing from.
They were all kidnapped and taking hostage at gun point.
While kidnapped this is what Benedict thought:
“I was scared, terrified. I was apprehensive that I was going to get raped or molested or just tortured or toyed with in some way, some act of control and savagery.”
well lucky for them the kidnappers didn't harm a single hair on their hand and wonder what changed the kidnappers mind and left the stars at a road side.
well this was a lucky day for them, because if things were to go wrong then, I probably think we won't have great actors right now like Benedict Cumberbatch.
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