Will Leitch is a contributing editor at New York magazine, culture writer for Bloomberg Politics, senior writer at Sports On Earth, and the founder of Deadspin.
Grierson & Leitch write about the movies regularly for the New Republic and host a podcast on film, Grierson & Leitch. Follow them on Twitter @griersonleitch or visit their site griersonleitch.com.
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Cumberbatch lends pride, dignity, and a wry sense of humor to an inventive addition to the Marvel Universe.