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By Brigid Brown | Posted on March 20th, 2014
FX has been having some fun, teasing us with bits of their new series Fargo. But FX is finally giving us something to chew on with an actual trailer to the TV sequel to the Coens brothers’ 1996 film.
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on March 11th, 2014
For the last week or so, the TV channel FX have been sneaking out tiny fragments of their adaptation of the Coen Brothers film Fargo, and mostly these have revolved around bad men in snowy situations doing rotten stuff. If you’ve ...
The wedding is over, and the honeymoon is anything but sweet…
Newspaper proprietor Charles Augustus Magnussen is facing a parliamentary enquiry about his ability to influence government policy. His glasses appear to have an electronic menu, offering suggestions of weakness in the people facing ...
After last week’s shenanigans with bonfires, bombs and moustaches, it’s time for the relative sanity of John Watson’s wedding. What could possibly go wrong?
Last night, at the 25th annual Producers Guild of America awards, this strange apparition appeared. Sherlock Holmes (as played by Robert Downey Jr.
Warning: spoilers that are also not spoilers.
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on January 18th, 2014
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.
By Brigid Brown | Posted on January 17th, 2014
It’s here, it’s here! Wait, what’s “it” you ask? Sherlock of course.
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on January 9th, 2014
Poor Steven Moffat.
By Brigid Brown | Posted on January 6th, 2014
Last week Steven Moffat, Sherlock co-creator and Doctor Who showrunner, interviewed title star Benedict Cumberbatch about all things Sherlock. It’s only fair that Martin Freeman gets the same treatment, with Sherlock co-creator Mark ...