Picture yourself curled up with a steaming cup of tea on a lazy weekend afternoon, whilst golden rays of sunshine furtively find their way to illuminate the tattered pages of your beloved, time-worn novel. Now, replace that serene imagery with a bustling living room, where that very novel is now flickering to life on a vibrant screen, promising to display the intricacies that were previously etched in ink. A beautiful transition, if done right. Then again, when it goes wrong, it feels like watching a dear friend fumble on stage and you are mostly left with a profound longing for what could have been.
Sherlock’s dry response to policeman Philip Anderson’s remark about him being a psychopath...
Sherlock fans are accustomed to waiting. However, when the show returns, it won't be a continuation of where Sherlock last left off.
Actor Benedict Cumberbatch pleads with fans outside the Barbican theatre in London not to film his stage performance of Shakespeare's Hamlet.
The first footage of the upcoming Sherlock special has arrived, and something tells us the wait is going to be well worth it.
A special one-off episode of the hit BBC drama Sherlock will be shown in selected cinemas around the world, co-creator Steven Moffat has announced.
While the famed sleuth would be quick to reject any element of fortitude or chance in the decision-making, could it be third time lucky for Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock?