The 'Sherlock' star said he is in touch with a family who have fled the warzone and are making their way to live with him.
The 'Power Of The Dog' star said "There’s been a record number of people volunteering to take people into their homes, I hope to be part of that myself."
Quite a few of the categories this year differ drastically from the Oscars, allowing the Baftas to carve out its own identity.
The 'Power of The Dog' actor paid tribute to his late sister and called for action in Ukraine after being honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday.
But the latest episode audaciously flips the script, ending with an outcome that could only exist in this form.
The telethon will include live performances, sketches and one-off comedy specials, including an appearance from Dawn French as the Vicar of Dibley.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Hugh Jackman and Jennifer Lawrence all want their audiences to put down their phones and live in the moment.
Brexit: The Uncivil War aired on Channel 4 last night, the much-hyped drama centring on Vote Leave strategist Dominic Cummings, played by Benedict Cumberbatch. But it may be that with the current churning chaos in government, the timing of broadcast was somewhat misjudged. Some viewers likened it to a ‘horror film’, rather than a drama, while others branded it simply ‘depressing’ and ‘too soon’. ...
Benedict Cumberbatch has switched up his look to play Vote Leave campaign manager Dominic Cummings for a new TV one-off drama. The Channel 4 TV movie, which currently has the working title Brexit, will focus on the data-driven political campaign during the EU referendum, including the "myriad tactics employed to swing one of the most surprising referendum results in living memory". Filming has begun on what's been promised to be an "explosive and illuminating" Brexit thriller, directed by Toby Haynes, who's worked on the likes of Sherlock, Black Mirror, and Doctor Who.
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".
Nigel Farage could be about to hit Hollywood as a major TV series about Brexit is reportedly in the works. The £60m, six-part series is based on the book ‘The Bad Boys of Brexit’ by Ukip donor and Brexit campaigner Arron Banks. Mr Farage was a key player in the EU Referendum campaign and Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch is said to be one of the front-runners to play him.
Firstly, John was shot – with a tranquilizer. Which you would have known if you were paying attention at 6 minutes 36 seconds into the episode, when he advises Mycroft that Eurus shot him, and Sherlock dismisses it as “only with a tranquilizer”.
It’s the series finale of ‘Sherlock’… and it’s time to say goodbye. No doubt you’ve all been on pins after last week’s revelation that ‘Sherlock’ has a secret sister… and it came as no surprise when we found out this week that he didn’t have a clue about her all these years. Is she be a match for Sherlock?
Make no mistakes – ‘Sherlock’ is back… and better than ever. After a lacklustre opening episode, ‘Sherlock’ Series 4 was off to a rocky start. The game is on, folks… and ‘Sherlock’ is putting his thinking cap on.
More than that, though, I was quite disappointed by the death of Mary Watson – it was difficult not to view that as a misstep, albeit one which would clearly have significant repercussions for the rest of the series, again establishing a brand-new status quo for Sherlock moving forward. You can tell it’s a concept Moffat and Gatiss are aware of – there’s a knowing nod to the idea in The Six Thatchers, with Mycroft looking forlornly into a fridge and then closing it shortly after Mary’s (apparent) death.
‘Sherlock’ is back… but things aren’t quite the same. A lot has changed since ‘Sherlock’ first sleuthed his way onto our screens in 2010 with his first case – ‘A Study in Pink’. Instead, Sherlock is involved in another mystery concerning Mary Watson.
In no order at all, because these were all fabulous in their own right: the shocking, romantic, electrifying, joyous, hilarious or downright soppy favourite moments as seen on TV in 2016. Pull up a chair, there were a lot …