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
Getting older can be daunting, but it doesn’t mean you have to hang up your hat on life when hitting a certain age.
Here’s something to make you smile on a grim day: Sir Patrick Stewart turned up for the British premiere of his bestie Sir Ian McKellen‘s new film Mr Holmes yesterday (June 10). How did they greet each other?
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.
To continue our occasional series spent digging around on YouTube looking for some of the very first TV adventures for prominent British acting talent, here’s a virtual spelunk that goes all the way back to 1964.
Mr. Holmes hits U.S. theaters on July 17, and we have a new trailer.
There have been times that a film rolls out photo after photo, and a teaser trailer, and then another trailer, building up to the release, and you’re like, “Really? I know the whole story now,” but this isn’t one of the cases.
British actors have a particularly strong relationship with the works of Shakespeare, as they’ll have studied his plays when honing their stagecraft and possibly discovered some of their best thespian tricks while working out how …
Why hello, Sir. We’re always happy to see new news about Sir Ian McKellen, particularly when it pertains to his forthcoming role as the sly sleuth Sherlock Holmes.
Sir Ian McKellen just tweeted the link to this, the second teaser trailer for his forthcoming movie Mr Holmes, in which he plays the elderly detective Sherlock in his later years.
The first clip has been posted of Sir Ian McKellen playing Sherlock Holmes in the film Mr Holmes, based on Mitch Cullin‘s novel A Slight Trick of the Mind.