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They'll undoubtedly get you into the festive spirit.
He's got the look. "I love playing villains," he says. "They're the most fun. When I read for these parts, I think maybe
Who knew? President Franklin Roosevelt's family wealth came from his maternal grandfather, Warren Delano, whose fortune was
All my previous qualms about the girth (and necessity) of individual installments notwithstanding, there's no denying that the totality of this saga represents a singular achievement in cinematic history.
"Hobbit" star Martin Freeman hosted 'Saturday Night Live" this weekend, but Bilbo Baggins wasn't the only character the show
Whether all these figures are anti-heroes, or in some cases something else entirely, is an interesting question. As is the question of why anti-heroes are so important in quality television. Short form answer is that they match the times. It's a mostly cynical and sour era, with little faith in institutions or, generally speaking, leaders.
In the hands of Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes has reappeared, but this time as a manipulative intellectual lacking in empathy or warm feelings.
But my first reaction to the "Fargo" finale was disbelief and annoyance that it had Gus catch and ultimately kill Lorne Malvo
"Mouth-watering," huh? We trust Watson on that and really hope this one-off episode thing happens soon. "As I was listening
Did you rewatch the film before shooting the series? I didn’t. I waited until I was about five weeks in to watch it again
A comedy that mixes dry comedy and ugly undercurrents can work just fine in a two-hour movie, as we know from the Coen brothers
One bit of good news is that "Sherlock" has already been renewed for Seasons 4 and 5, and Moffat hopes that the series will
Martin Freeman, who plays the part of John Watson on "Sherlock," recently revealed to Radio Times that a gay club scene was
It was an epic and memorable best man speech on "Sherlock." Uncomfortable in the spotlight as much as he craves the recognition
Sherlock Holmes duels with himself on television. Two 'modern dress' productions are running simultaneously. Each has been successful critically as well as commercially: the English Sherlock and the American Elementary.
[h/t to Mashable] Can the West End debut of a "Sherlock" musical be far off? The new season of "Sherlock" premieres this
Yep, watching television with Sherlock is as annoying as you'd think it would be. Don't worry, there are no Sherlock spoilers