This is, by some distance, the most astonishing video we’ve had the pleasure of showing off for quite a while.
If you’ve been watching ABC’s new drama Black Box, in which Kelly Reilly plays a neurologist with her own secret battle against mental illness, you’ll be aware that Kelly can rock a decent American accent with the …
Some trailers tell you everything about a movie before you’ve even bought the popcorn. Others create an enigmatic cloud that is difficult to navigate through, leaving little impression as to what is going on.
Yesterday we put together a list of the various different ways in which Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s tales of Sherlock Holmes have been dramatized for film and TV. Today we have a more singular intention.
Sherlock fans, this is what Moriarty did next.
Andrew Scott is starring in a new movie called The Stag, a comedic romp through in which he has to organise a mountain trek for his best friend’s stag do, and of course it all goes wrong.
There seems to be two schools of thought on dating with one being, “Yay, I get to meet someone new and do something fun I might not do on my own!” And, the other, and possibly more common, is, “This will be pure torture.”
Andrew Scott has been putting in overtime at the BBC portraying Moriarty in Sherlock, making an appearance in The Hour and also as Jerry in Harold Pinter’s Betrayal on Radio 4.
It must be tempting, having watched Moriarty shoot himself in the head at the climax of the last episode of Sherlock, just in order to force his opponent Sherlock Holmes to enact his own apparant demise, to conclude that if one of these …
Benedict Cumberbatch is a fine actor. A FIIINE actor. And Martin Freeman?
Andrew Scott made viewers squirm and swoon in equal measure as charismatic psychopath Moriarty on Sherlock, and this past Sunday (May 27), won a BAFTA for his efforts. In real life, Irish actor is a great deal nicer than his evil alter …