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McAdams has revealed that Cumberbatch would like to change the name "Cumberbitches" to something more respectable like "Cumberhumans (or) Cumberpeople"

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Los Angeles, October 21, 2016: Benedict Cumberbatch’s “Doctor Strange” co-star Rachel McAdams says the actor wants to rename his fanbase.

McAdams has revealed that Cumberbatch would like to change the name “Cumberbitches” to something more respectable like “Cumberhumans (or) Cumberpeople”, reports dailymail.co.uk.

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“They call themselves that. They did that to themselves. He said, ‘Oh, it’s very flattering, but I just wish they called themselves something a little more respectable like Cumberhumans, Cumberpeople or something’,” McAdams said on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Thursday.

Meanwhile, McAdams said that the bicycle that DeGeneres gifted her the last time she was on the show had its badge with the comedian’s face stolen.

“The bike was locked, but your face wasn’t locked down” McAdams said. (IANS)

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Popular TV Series ‘Sherlock’ co-creator Mark Gatiss slams fans who find his show confusing

The fourth season of "Sherlock" has left some viewers baffled with its deftly timed plot twists and turns

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Jan 16, 2017: “Sherlock” co-creator Mark Gatiss has slammed fans who find the show confusing, and has told them to “go read a children’s book”.

The fourth season of “Sherlock” has left some viewers baffled with its deftly timed plot twists and turns.

The screenwriter, who also plays Sherlock’s brother Mycroft in the show, insisted that it was important to “challenge” viewers, reports dailystar.co.uk.

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He said: “People ask if it’s good to challenge the audience. Of course it f***ing is. Why would you not want to challenge your audience? I did a phone-in after the Christmas special a few years ago and someone said (‘Sherlock’) was too complicated for people to follow. I said, ‘Oh, go and pour some warm paste into your mouth’.”

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Gatiss added: “If you don’t want to be challenged, don’t watch it. It’s a complex and entertaining programme. Go and read a children’s book with hard pages if you don’t want to be challenged. We’re making the show we want to make. We don’t make it a certain way because fans are pressuring us.” (IANS)