Hollywood heartthrob looks unrecognisable in new movie – can you guess who it is? | The Sun
A HOLLYWOOD heartthrob looks unrecognisable in an array of disguises in his new movie.
Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch will appear alongside Ralph Fiennes and Dev Patel in The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar.
Benedict, 47, plays the titular Henry Sugar, a rich man who learns about a guru in India who can see without using his eyes.
The man claims he can see through thin objects such as paper or playing cards and has used it to make money.
Henry sets out to master the same skill so he can cheat at gambling.
In pictures released today as the film dropped on Netflix, Benedict could be seen in an array of disguises while playing Henry.
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In one, he is dressed as a smartly attired lady in a pale blue dress and matching cropped jacket as well as a floral hat popular in the 1970s.
The look is completed with heels, a cute handbag and pearl earrings.
Another disguise sees Henry sporting a scraggy full beard and messy hair as he stands in a white vest and boxers while pouring himself an alcoholic beverage.
A third disguise consists of a smart pilots outfit, with aviator shades and a neat moustache.
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Meanwhile Henry also transforms into a member of the clergy in black robes and carrying a Bible.
He also sports a khaki hat, glasses and a grey beard while puffing on a pipe.
The film is directed by acclaimed director Wes Anderson and is based on the 1977 short story The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar by Roald Dahl.
The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar is available on Netflix now.
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