Benedict Cumberbatch has never met a photobomb opportunity he didn't like: After sneaking into a photo of U2 at the 2014 Oscars, Cumberbatch was at it again Sunday night during the Golden Globes.
The actor's antics were a bit more high-profile this time around, since he snuck into a shot with Meryl Streep during the telecast. Streep was gamely participating in a bit with Margaret Cho, who was there posing as a North Korean member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, and Michael Keaton was asked to snap a picture of the pair.
As Keaton pulled out his phone, Cumberbatch saw his opportunity, and leaped into the air behind Streep and Cho, striking a similar pose to his Bono photobomb. Alas, we don't think Keaton got the actor in the frame, though the audience at home got a great look at Cumberbatch's antics.
Check out a screengrab from Entertainment Weekly and a Vine from Yahoo! Movies capturing the moment below, and prepare to be delighted. We can't wait to see what shenanigans Cumberbatch gets into at the next awards show.
[via: Cinema Blend]
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