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Sherlock’s return

August 5, 2013 14:35:22 Posted at August 5, 2013 14:35:22
Sarah Posted by Sarah

It’s about three months until Sherlock returns on the BBC and/or we all pirate it—no use pretending any of us are actually going to wait till it airs on PBS in twenty-motherf*cking-fourteen—and we have our first teaser. It’s a totally uninformative glimpse of Sherlock playing peek-a-boo with all the main characters and I love it. Full Story

Looking good in that overcoat

April 10, 2013 20:12:54 Posted at April 10, 2013 20:12:54
Lainey Posted by Lainey
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There. I said something nice about re: appearance and Benedict Cumberbatch. He does wear an overcoat very well. Here he is with Martin Freeman in London working on Sherlock. Timely too because this morning I read a headline on Deadline with the following title: Sherlock Producer Pleads With Fans To Keep London Filming Locations Secret I guess the Sherlock faithful are going Twi-Hard on the set and they’re now worried about plot spoilers. Full Story

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The Hobbit review

December 7, 2012 16:08:19 Posted at December 7, 2012 16:08:19
Sarah Posted by Sarah
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Wenn, Andrew H. Walker/ Michael Loccisano/ Getty

Peter Jackson’s return to Middle Earth, this time focusing on Frodo’s uncle Bilbo undertaking his own adventure as a young man, is good enough, but “good enough” feels like an indictment when the original LOTR trilogy ranged from “very good” to “extraordinary”. Full Story

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The Hobbit now has less singing, more action

September 20, 2012 14:51:18 Posted at September 20, 2012 14:51:18
Sarah Posted by Sarah
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Kevin Winter/Getty

The first trailer for Peter Jackson’s return to Middle Earth was a little underwhelming. It looked pretty much exactly like Fellowship of the Ring and it had some dude (do not ask me to differentiate the people playing dwarves—can’t do it) singing a depressing dirge. But the second trailer is much, much more indicative of what The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey will be, and that is: funnier, lighter, and more free-spirited than The Lord of the Rings. Full Story