The reaction of The Avengers star Mark Ruffalo to a “Science Bros,” a homoerotic meme featuring Bruce Banner and Tony Stark, perfectly illustrates the changing attitude of actors, movie studios and TV networks to slash fiction.
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“I have no doubt at some point Irene Adler will be back in that BBC show,” actress Lara Pulver tells Spinoff Online of her famous Sherlock character. “There’s definitely more to be explored, but it might not be in the immediate future.”
Even before filming has gotten under way on the third season of Sherlock, star Benedict Cumberbatch has revealed he and Martin Freeman have signed on for Season 4 of the hit BBC1 drama.
The start of production for the third season of BBC’s Sherlock has been moved from January to March to accommodate the schedules of stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, meaning U.S. audience likely won’t see Series 3 until early 2014.
While promoting the new Starz drama Da Vinci’s Demons at New York Comic Con, Lara Pulver discussed whether she’ll be back as Irene Adler in the third season of Sherlock.
Sherlock co-creator Steven Moffat this morning tweeted three one-word clues to the third season of the hit U.K. drama: “Rat. Wedding. Bow.”
With nods in 17 categories each, AMC’s Mad Men and FX’s American Horror Story led the nomination for the 64th annual Primetime Emmy Awards. The winners will be announced Sept. 23.
Community, Homeland and Sherlock took home top honors at the second annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards, presented by the Broadcast Television Journalists Association.
Marc Bernardin returns for a rundown of the best, and most offbeat, DVD and Blu-ray releases arriving in stores today. This week’s list includes the second season of Sherlock, the only season of The River, and the adventures of Daniel Radcliffe, ghost hunter, in The Woman in Black.
The beginning of May means the beginning of the summer season for television, where new shows are … not exactly the greatest, unless you like docu-soaps (The CW definitely has you covered, with both Breaking Pointe and The Catalina) or reality contests (both DesignStar on HGTV and The Next Food Network Star are back this month). That said, this month has some worthwhile debuts — including a show I’ve waited a long time to see back on our screens.
Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch filmed his tryout for Star Trek 2 using his cell phone, resulting in what director J.J. Abrams characterized as “one of the most compelling audition readings I’d ever seen.”
Martin Freeman accidentally revealed that his Sherlock co-star Benedict Cumberbatch is set for a role in Peter Jackson’s adaptation of The Hobbit.