A few weeks ago, 'Sherlock' fans were overjoyed to hear that series stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman had already signed on for a fourth season, despite filming on season 3 having only just begun. Even with at least six more episodes confirmed for the future however, 'Sherlock's season 3 premiere will still have some major questions to answer regarding Sherlock Holmes' survival of "The Reichenbach Fall," so what do we learn from the season 3 premiere's title? Get the latest on 'Sherlock' season 3 inside!
Given the short-lived nature of British TV and the increasingly busy careers of 'Sherlock' stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, fans of the modern detective drama were overjoyed recently to learn that 'Sherlock' season 3 would begin production in the coming weeks, and likely debut this winter. Now, 'Sherlock' fans may have even more reason to celebrate, as Cumberbatch has confirmed the development of a fourth cycle, and potentially more to come!
Though it had seemed the mystery of BBC 'Sherlock's' "death" might go forever unresolved given the increasingly busy schedules of series stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, production has officially set a date for the long-awaited third cycle of the Steven Moffat series. Not all of 'Sherlock's' players will be present for the third series, however, so what will be different about the new adventures of Sherlock Holmes?
How is it that 'Star Trek Into Darkness' is only a few months away and we still don't know the identity of Benedict Cumberbatch's mysterious, trenchcoat-wearing villain? Despite the fact that we know absolutely nothing about him (aside from the fact that he means to do great harm to the crew of the Enterprise), he's been at the center of the film's marketing, including a brand new motion poster that you can check out below.
Way back in July, we first heard that 'Sherlock,' 'Star Trek Into Darkness' and 'The Hobbit' star Benedict Cumberbatch was to take a dual role in 'The Simpsons' upcoming Valentine's-themed episode "Love is a Many-Splintered Thing." Now, thanks to a new clip from the episode, we've learned that Cumberbatch will take the role of not only England's Prime Minister, but 'Harry Potter' character Severus Snape as well! Make sense of Benedict Cumberbatch's 'Simpsons' appearance with a new clip inside!
It's been some time since the head-scratching mystery cliffhanger of 'Sherlock's series 2 finale "The Reichenbach Fall," and it may be a while yet until we see the mystery solved in the delayed third series, but fans of the acclaimed BBC series have plenty of new clues to deduce in the meantime. For instance, what villains could potentially live up to the ominous threat of Jim Moriarty (Andrew Scott), and how might Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Watson (Martin Freeman) be reunited? Get the latest scoop and photos from 'Sherlock' series 3 inside!
Though he's already got a following for his titular role in BBC's version of 'Sherlock' -- yes, based on Mr. Holmes -- Benedict Cumberbatch is about to enter the mainstream with his work as the villain (currently named John Harrison) in 'Star Trek Into Darkness.' But for those looking to get ahead of the curve, you can see him this February in the HBO miniseries 'Parade's End.' And now there's a teaser.
The identity of the villain in 'Star Trek Into Darkness' has been an internet mystery for a year now, with fans speculating that Benedict Cumberbatch could be playing anyone from Khan to Sybok. That's why everyone raised an eyebrow when it was announced that his character was a guy named John Harrison, a name that doesn't ring any bells in the larger 'Trek' canon. Although we still don't have too much concrete information, both Cumberbatch and director JJ Abrams recently spilled a fill details about this mysterious character.