Sir Ian McKellen is already talking about a possible third season for Vicious, while we wait patiently on the second season to premiere in the U.S. this August.
Sir Derek Jacobi
Longtime friends and co-stars of the British sitcom Vicious, Sirs Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi joined forces to help kick off the 27th annual NYC Gay Pride Parade as grand marshals on Sunday, June 28.
Sir Ian McKellen is excited for the second season of Vicious to debut, and he has some ideas on how to kick it up a notch. It’s time for a bedroom scene, according to the seasoned actor.
Show business often throws up arresting ways to illustrate the multiverse theory; that with every decision taken, a parallel world exists in which an alternative decision was taken instead. So, for example, there are universes where …
There’s a great alternate history of Hollywood to be written, in which the actors that just missed out on getting certain iconic screen roles are shown having got the part.
It isn’t a huge surprise to learn ITV’s Vicious has been renewed with its April, 2013 premiere kicking off with 5.7 million viewers. But, it is a nice surprise.
Real life friends Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Derek Jacobi play more-than-friends in this new sitcom.
Simon Pegg is a self-proclaimed "nerd" who absolutely adores Star Wars. He reveals more of his passion for the famed sci-fi thriller while also discussing its social-cultural impact in his new memoir, Nerd Do Well.