Or at least he can on the basis of this wonderful moment from The Graham Norton Show when Eddie - soon to be seen on screen in Fantastic Beasts - showed off a bit of spell-casting of his own with this magic trick on Friday night's show.
Redmayne, who starred as Newt Scamander in "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" looked adorably nervous and followed the lead saying, "Hi, I'm Eddie".
Performing one of his favourite childhood magic tricks, Redmayne presented "a totally ordinary coloring book", explaining he used to watch British magician Paul Daniels "on telly every Saturday night". He was an wonderful magician who would be on telly every Saturday night. Then, he asks Cranston (his fellow Oscar nominee last year) to blow on the book. "And this is my moment to be on television doing magic".
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Benedict added: "Hi, I'm Benedict but you can call me Big Ben!"
"Burn them! Burn them!" host Graham joked. Before that, you can catch Benedict Cumberbatch in Marvel's Doctor Strange when it lands in theaters on November 4.
At one point, he even reveals gets his wand out to execute a more hard part of the trick, and the actor's delight at doing so is a thing of total joy. Cumberbatch tried his Smaug trick first, to no results, but then came a crossover a lot of people would love to see happen in the movies.