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Articles Tagged 'Sherlock Holmes'

Mark Gatiss attends a screening of the Sherlock 2016 Christmas Special at Ham Yard Hotel on December 19, 2016 in London, England.

Is Sherlock Turning into Bond? Mark Gatiss Responds to Critics… with a Poem

Adapting books for the screen is always a tricky business, with fans of the original often expressing disappointment with the results. No one knows that better than Sherlock showrunner, Mark Gatiss. From the start, the Arthur Conan Doyle-inspired series, in which Gatiss plays Holmes brother, Mycroft, has played fast and loose with its source material. Set in the present day, the […]

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‘Holmes and Watson’ Rounds Out Casting with Three New Additions

In more Sherlock news… well, not Sherlock Sherlock, but as we’ve said before: There’s enough room in the world for more than one Sherlock Holmes, right? Well, on to it, Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly are set to star in the title roles for the 2018 film Holmes and Watson. It’s not yet confirmed who’s going to […]

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Robert Downey Jr. Looks Forward to ‘Sherlock Holmes 3’

Robert Downey Jr. first took on the role of Sherlock Holmes in 2009. The follow-up, Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows, premiered in 2011. There’s been a bit of a delay with the third installment, five years to be exact. Downey Jr. has had his hands full taking on the role of Tony Stark in the […]

‘Sherlock’ – ‘The Abominable Bride’ (Photo: BBC)

‘Sherlock’: 10 Things You May Not Know About ‘The Abominable Bride’

Note: spoilers. When your favourite fact-checking detective turns out to be entertaining his theories about the possible resurrection of his nemesis Moriarty by taking a mental trip into the past (or the future) using a potentially lethal cocktail of drugs, picking out the various references and idiosyncrasies along the way is a potential minefield. Some […]

Martin Freeman and Benedict Cumberbatch in ‘Sherlock: The Abominable Bride’ (Photo: BBC)

WATCH: New BBC Trailer for ‘Sherlock: The Abominable Bride’

Before we watch this, let’s go through the checklist of things one would need to see in a trailer for the Sherlock Victorian special in order to be reassured that setting the entire series back over 100 years into the past wasn’t a great way of making everything that is wonderful about it vanish in […]

Personality Quiz: Which Sherlock Holmes are You?

You’d think that there would be very little room for gradations of personality in a character as well-defined as Sherlock Holmes. He has his foibles—his violin, that stern intellect—and his inability to deal with people on a human level. Surely one Sherlock is just like any other? Not according to the startling array of Holmeses […]

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WATCH: Sir Ian McKellen Shines as the Aging Sherlock Holmes

That British sleuth Sherlock Holmes has been brought to the screen in many different incarnations, but the latest portrayal, in the film Mr. Holmes starring Sir Ian McKellen, is markedly different in that it shows him as a deteriorating 93-year-old reclusive gent in retirement on the south coast of England. Sir Ian sees his Sherlock […]

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WATCH: New ‘Mr. Holmes’ Trailer Reveals Unsolved Case

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 […]

‘Mr. Holmes’ Photocall – 65th Berlinale International Film Festival

WATCH: Sir Ian McKellen Stars in New ‘Mr. Holmes’ Trailer

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. We’ve already had a first look at two teaser trailers for Mr. Holmes, which stars McKellen as the semi-retired detective winding down to enjoy his later years […]

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