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Benedict looked undeniably suave in a slick grey suit, baby blue shirt and a sensational tie - all teamed with a long black coat.

Wearing an eye-patch on his face, the star looked in the zone as he filmed intense scenes which saw him sprinting dramatically across the streets.
The street was littered with bright yellow New York cabs, to give the Scottish city an added American touch.
His show-stopping presence drew the attention of lucky fans who couldn't resist whipping out their phones to capture the impressive scenes.
The cast will be filming scenes for the slick drama until Friday November 3, on streets including Bothwell Street, West Campbell Street, Renfield Street and St Vincent Street.
Playing the titular character Patrick Melrose, Benedict will tell the story of the infamous playboy based on the novel series by Edward St. Aubyn.
Each book will follow one episode of the five-part series, about playboy Melrose and his deterioration into substance abuse after a difficult childhood.
Framed around several intense days in Melrose's life, the series will jump from 1960s South France to 1980s New York to early 2000s Britain.
Benedict will executive produce the series as well as star, after revealing in a Reddit Q&A in 2013 if he could play any literary character ever it would be Patrick Melrose.
Fellow big screen stars Hugo Weaving and Jennifer Jason Leigh will star in the series, though an air date has not yet been set.
Fans will be surely be excited to see the star back on screen, though his most recent role has been delayed in light of the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
The Current War, in which the actor plays legendary inventor Thomas Edison, was scheduled for release in November, but the Weinstein Company picture has since been delayed to 2018.
Girls star Alison Williams is also set to take on a guest role in the series, as a woman Melrose encounters during his playboy years in New York.
Far from the Madding Crowd writer David Nicholls will pen all five episodes for the project, which is expected to air some time in 2018.

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