Sunday Trending Topics: Shortening Sherlock

From one of today’s top topics: US audiences who sat down eagerly last week to watch the imported second series of Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss’ Sherlock were disappointed to find that the 90 minute episode A Scandal In Belgravia had been cut down to 82 minutes in order to allow for the necessary “words from our sponsors”. Read the rest.

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How Sainsbury’s Are Passing Off The 90s Captain America Movie As The More Recent One | Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors

I saw this with my own two eyes in a local Sainsbury’s but didn’t have my phone handy. Thankfully, Tim Murray saw the same thing and did get a snap.

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First Shot Of Ashton Kutcher As Steve Jobs | Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors

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PBS Cut 24 Minutes From Series 2 Of Sherlock To Make Room For Adverts | Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors

For purveyors of online video communities like Youtube and Blip, there’s often nothing more frustrating than having to sit through a 30 second ad just to watch a 2 minute video. So what if for every second of advert you have to watch, a second of the video you actually want to watch is edited away to make room?

Extended Trailer And Clips From JJ Abrams And Jon Favreau’s New TV Show, Revolution | Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors

As you’ll learn from this four minute preview of Revolution, the show is set in a post-Electric future, some fifteen years “after the lights went out.” There’s a magical McGuffin, a band of travelling heroes, and lots of lo-fi sci-fi shenanigans.