And now we know.
And now we know.
At a TimesTalk panel promoting their Broadway shows, Sir Ian and Sir Patrick continued to be the most awesome people alive.
Elderly British bromance is the best kind of bromance.
Perhaps he was telling them how to get to Sesame Street.
That’s it, pack it up. We’re done here.
Called A Slight Trick of the Mind, it will feature Holmes finally trying to crack the secret of the human heart. Bill Condon, Cumberbatch’s Fifth Estate director, is in charge.
Ian McKellen went to see the 1D movie this weekend. Celebrities: They’re just like us!
“She died too early to oppose Parliament’s inevitable acceptance of same–gender marriage,” McKellen writes of Thatcher, who supported a measure to ban promoting homosexuality as prime minister. He’s thankful she made him a knight, though.
Everyone knew Magneto and Professor Xavier were meant to be together. Oh wait, McKellen is marrying Stewart to someone else? DAMN!
Because he is just the best.
Hunter Davis performs ‘Baby Got Back’ by Sir Mix-A-Lot as Sir Ian McKellen. If you close your eyes it is actually extremely convincing.
Kate Middleton, aerialists, loads of fireworks, the Queen — no wonder this year’s Paralympics in London is expected to be the most-watched ever.
From Ian McKellen to Dame Judi Dench, many of these thespians are respected actors today, but did you know they were all once total sex-ba-bombs? Okay, so we all knew that Gary Oldman is attractive across the entire space-time continuum, but what about Christopher Walken? You might be surprised…
An Interview with Sir Ian McKellen at a Rise Up Christchurch telethon in New Zealand. As well as a look at some of the dwarves from the “Hobbit.” Watch Video ›
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When Gandalf speaks, you listen. View Image ›
Gandalf was taking a break from Waiting For Godot rehearsals when a nice Australian lady dropped a dollar in his bowler hat, thinking he was homeless. I hope she gets tickets to the show.