The pair were very happy that their flick 12 Years A Slave won a gong
Benedict Cumberbatch knew exactly how to celebrate the success of his new flick 12 Years A Slave after the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night.
The actor, 37, was snapped pulling some moves on the dance floor with his co-star Michael Fassbender.
Benedict held a drink as he lifted his hand in time to the music while a heavily-bearded Michael, 36, gyrated his shoulders in dark sunglasses.
The pair were at LA’s Beverly Hilton Hotel for the ceremony’s after party, where they were toasting 12 Years A Slave‘s triumph in the Drama Picture category.
The flick’s director Steve McQueen also made an appearance at the bash and proudly clutched his prestigious gong.
12 Years A Slave tells the true story of a free black man who was kidnapped and sold into slavery in the 1800s.
Benedict plays plantation owner William Ford, while Michael stars as abusive planter Edwin Epps.