The Roxy Cinema in Wellington, New Zealand, has played host to many Peter Jackson-related statues, from Gollum to Tintin. It now seems that they’ve just taken receipt of another.
And what about Benedict Cumberbatch? Will we be seeing him return?
Do you really want to know if John Harrison is an alias for Khan, or Robert April, or a time travelling Jean-Luc Picard?
The paparazzi have come up with a real oddity this time. In these images – which qualify as pretty big spoilers – you’ll see a special guest star that comes right out of left field.
Be warned, these videos contain footage of Sherlock filming that seem to offer serious clues as to “how he did it.”
Plus tickets go on sale tomorrow.
Chastain, as you can see from the image I’ve used, is a redhead so that ol’ Crimson Peak joke could come back into play again, if I wanted it to. Which I probably don’t.
Mark Gatiss teases the first episode of Sherlock season 3.
The first episode of Dirk Maggs’ adaptation of Neverwhere, Neil Gaiman’s underLondon fantasia on the disenfranchised will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 this Saturday.
Benedict Cumberbatch seems to be saying he’ll play this role until he gets a better offer.
Michael Moran has seen the first half-hour of JJ Abrams’s Star Trek sequel. He was too excited to make much sense, but this is what we got out of him…
Our man Michael Moran has gone off at a secret location to watch almost 40 minutes of Star Trek Into Darkness and when he gets back to Earth, he’ll tell you all about it. In the meantime, here’s one easily relatable factoid gleaned from the footage.
A minor news story, really but don’t worry – we’ll have confirmation that Khan is the villain soon enough. No, really.
The BBC have decided to spread their radio dramatisation of Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere across six instalments on two separate stations.
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Like the original Star Trek Into Darkness poster, just now with more motion and menacing narration.
Something went wrong – the question is how and why it went wrong in the way it did.
I like this. The pieces seem to fit together pretty well.
John Harrison, or whatever his name is, isn’t all alone in this.