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There was a typically forthright interview with Martin Freeman in yesterday’s Independent, given primarily to promote his role in the chilling post-war drama The Eichmann Show, but which actually took place during the third day of …
Sherlock’s Martin Freeman takes on the hard-hitting role of American TV producer Milton Fruchtman, who fought to televise the 1961 trial of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann.
Famous parents sometimes dissuade their children from following in their footsteps, or, throw their hands up in the air, saying, “Whatever makes you happy.”
We’ve already talked about which cinematic delights await Anglophile viewers in the coming twelve months, but what about the small screen? There’s never been a better time to see a wide range of U.K.
You may have already seen this, but it bears repeating. Because no matter how impressive it seems the first time, it’s only on the second or third viewing that you realize how odd it must be for Martin Freeman to reenact scenes he …
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is the final film in Peter Jackson‘s Hobbit series, and the gang came out for the premiere held in Leicester Square, London, England last night (December 1).
Yesterday, the BBC One Twitter feed published this enigmatic picture of Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman dressed as Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson together with the hashtags #221back and #notkidding.
In case you missed them, these startling images were released late last week to promote the BBC mock-rock comedy Brian Pern: A Life in Rock, which is the sequel to BBC Four’s The Life of Rock with Brian Pern.
Radio Times has a beautifully poised little interviewette with Mark Gatiss on the subject of Sherlock, when it will be back on TV screens and what will happen when it is.