Freeman plays Everett Ross for the third time in 'Wakanda Forever' and is keen to remain a part of the MCU for as long as possible.
Superhero sequel 'Wakanda Forever' pays tribute to leading man Chadwick Boseman, who passed away in 2020 aged just 44.
The iconic fantasy author's house in Oxford is for sale, and cast members want to transform it into a celebration of Tolkien.
Part theatrical performance, part ballet, the film follows a Victorian family as they prepare a toy-theatre for their annual performance of the Dickens tale.
Like the Marvel Comics, the movies have a penchant for pop culture references which is causing quite the paradoxes to form.
Martin Freeman has confirmed that he will reprise his role as Everett K Ross, but isn't sure when we'll see Sherlock again.
'The Office' star plays a police officer who broke the law to secure a murder confession in the true crime drama.
Benedict Cumberbatch called his Sherlock co-star Martin Freeman “pathetic” for complaining about the attention from fans of the hit TV show. Cumberbatch plays Sherlock Holmes in the BBC drama, while Mr Freeman portrays his assistant, Dr Watson. In an interview with the Daily Telegraph, Cumberbatch disagreed, labelling his colleague's unhappiness "pathetic".
Lionsgate has been playing an epic April Fool's prank on the British public with these deliberately fudged 'Ghost Stories' posters.
This week sees the release of Marvel Studios’ Black Panther. This is a big move from the people behind the most successful movie franchise and it arrives at the right moment for an increasingly divided America. Set in the fictional African country of Wakanda, Black Panther is a celebration of a black world outside of America, portraying Africa in a way we don’t often see from mainstream Hollywood.
From paper sales at Wernham Hogg to the Joint Counter Terrorist Centre, Martin Freeman has indeed made something of an ‘unexpected journey’ (see what we did there?). Courtesy of Empire, the Brit actor’s role in 'Captain America: Civil War’ has been revealed – he’s playing a chap called Everett Ross. Ross is known around the Marvel Comics Universe, and is pictured here with Sharon Carter (played by Emily VanCamp) reprising her role as S.H.I.E.L.D’s Agent 13.
‘Sherlock’ co-creator Mark Gatiss has entertained the idea of a movie based on the beloved but baffling BBC drama, but only if there is a “story of sufficient scale”. Speaking to the Daily Mirror, Gatiss (who also plays Sherlock’s brother Mycroft) said: “Of course we could do a movie but it would have to be a story of sufficient scale to make that move, because they’re already very big, very expensive and very movie-like. Fans have wanted a 'Sherlock’ movie starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman since the show’s popularity first rocketed during the second series.
It looks as though ‘Sherlock’ has smashed the Chinese box office… as the feature-length Christmas Special becomes an international hit. British ‘Sherlock’ fans weren’t the only ones waiting to see ‘The Abominable Bride’ on New Year’s Day… and with a release in UK cinemas alongside its BBC debut, there were plenty of ways to get your next Benedict Cumberbatch fix. Although the brand-new episode aired on New Year’s Day in both the UK and USA, it seems that Asian ‘Sherlock’ fans had a bit more of a wait… with the Christmas Special appearing in Korean cinemas on 2 January, with Chinese cinemas following on 4 January.
How funny can the war in Afghanistan be on film? We’re about to find out thanks to ‘Whiskey Tango Foxtrot’, a new comedy drama starring Tina Fey as a journalist who finds herself embedded in Kabul.
Martin Freeman admits that he speaks his mind a bit too loudly sometimes, but has he just had a swipe at his ‘Sherlock’ co-star Benedict Cumberbatch? Cumberbatch recently used his captive audience while playing Hamlet at London’s Barbican to castigate the government over its inaction in the Syrian refugee crisis.
In the years since it was released to a fairly lukewarm critical response, Richard Curtis’ ‘Love Actually’ has become something of a Christmas staple. Popping on your well-worn ‘Love Actually’ DVD for its annual viewing has become as important as digging out your Christmas jumper, buying your presents, and putting up the tree. The film’s title is a bit of an in-joke by Richard Curtis.
If, like us, you’ve ever wondered what the lovechild of Benedict Cumberbatch and Tom Hiddleston would look like (hey, we’re only human), then you’re going to love artist Pedro Johnsen. The digital dream maker has morphed the faces of Hollywood’s most handsome actors and actresses under the name ThatNordicGuy, and the results are simply mind-blowing.