Here's a rundown of the best new movies and TV shows heading to Disney+ UK in June, from Avatar 2 to Secret Invasion
Secret Invasion will be the first MCU TV show of Phase 5 when it lands on Disney+.
The star was with Freeman for 16 years.
The Black Panther sequel was released on the service last week.
There have been no new episodes since 2017
Black Panther has not been recast following the death of Chadwick Boseman.
Superhero sequel 'Wakanda Forever' pays tribute to leading man Chadwick Boseman, who passed away in 2020 aged just 44.
The TV star has enjoyed some varied characters over the years.
It's 20 years since David Brent first made the world cringe. We look at the stars of the hit sitcom and ask where are they now?
Freeman apparently thought Jim Carrey took it a bit far.
The pair parted company in 2016.
The actor has two children.
ITV’s highly-anticipated true-crime drama A Confession premiered Monday night, but some viewers were forced to ‘turn off’ after complaining about the show’s camerawork.
'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".
On June 1, 1967, The Beatles released their seminal 8th studio album, Sgt.Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. As the 50th anniversary approaches, the BBC will celebrate with programmes across TV and radio. BBC Two will present Sgt.Pepper’s Musical Revolution, written and presented by Howard Goodall, the EMMY, BRIT and BAFTA award winning composer, best known to TV fans for his work on The Vicar of Dibley, Red Dwarf and Blackadder.
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.
Sherlock: “The Six Thatchers” REVIEW
Ahead of Sherlock’s return tonight, I thought it’d be appropriate to take a look at his other return – his return from the grave – and why I felt it didn’t quite work. In 2012, Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss presented The Reichenbach Fall, a loose adaptation of Arthur Conan Doyle’s Holmes story The Final Problem. It presented a fairly unambiguous depiction of Sherlock’s suicide, indicating he was quite dead – this, of course, wasn’t the case.
Ahead of Sherlock’s return on New Year’s Day, a new trailer has been released, revealing a few interesting new details. The ending of last year’s The Abominable Bride made it obvious that Sherlock would begin to explore its eponymous character’s drug use and abuse, an idea that series creators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss had previously made a conscious choice to avoid. There’s no sign of Moriarty here – the focus is very much on Toby Jones’ new villain, one Culverton Smith.