'Game of Thrones' season 5 production updates have felt poorer of late since Comic-Con 2014, but the newest tidbit from Croatia proves the richest of all. Following a brief appearance in season 4, 'Sherlock' star Mark Gatiss has officially been confirmed to return as Iron Bank-er Tycho Nestoris in season 5. Plus, more nudity updates!
Earlier this week we heard the promising, if dubious rumor from 'Sherlock' star Martin Freeman that 2015 would see the airing of a potential Christmas special, prior to the fourth season proper. Now, the BBC has gone on record to confirm not only that we'll see the dynamic detective duo in a special presentation next year, but that filming on season 4's three new episodes will commence as well!
We've officially passed the halfway point of 'Game of Thrones' season 4, and as always, things are going to get worse before they get any...well, probably worse. This Sunday's "The Laws of Gods and Men" will see Tyrion brought before his judges to answer for his supposed crimes, while another corner of Westeros will introduce us to 'Sherlock' star Mark Gatiss leading the Iron Bank of Braavos, so take a look at the full set of photos from this Sunday's 'Game of Thrones' right here!
After two long years, our international 'Sherlock' nightmare has finally come to an end, as the great detective has officially returned with at least one apparent explanation for his monumental "Reichenbach Fall." And while the explanation may only satisfy some, the game will go on with our first trailer for follow-up episode "The Sign of Three!"
Whereas 'Game of Thrones' saw fit to release its mammoth cast and character list at Comic-Con last year, season 4 has taken a much more measured approach to revealing its new additions. Case in point, 'Sherlock' star and producer Mark Gatiss was announced for an upcoming role back in mid-July, but only now have details of the actor's role in season 4 come to light. So which of George R.R. Martin's characters will Gatiss bring to light?
‘Sherlock’ fans, your day has arrived! The PBS Masterpiece drama starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman made its Comic-Con 2013, sans either Cumberbatch or Freeman! Executive producers Steven Moffat, Sue Vertue, and producer/writer/star Mark Gatiss stopped by Ballroom 20 to preview the new season, which should debut earlier in 2014, so what did we see and learn from the panel?
'Game of Thrones' season 4 had already kicked off the casting race in advance of its panel at Comic-Con 2013, tapping Chilean actor Pedro Pascal in the fan-favorite role of Dornish prince Oberyn "The Red Viper" Martell, but it seems HBO had another major casting that just couldn't wait. 'Sherlock' star and writer Mark Gatiss has joined the epic HBO drama's fourth season, but as whom, you ask?