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The internet’s favorite actor talked about the joys that’ve come from breathing life into Sherlock Holmes and how long he can envision playing the character.
They’re two of TV’s brightest minds, whose names both happen to start with S-h-e, but the similarities don’t stop there.
Highlights of Season 3, Episode 2, reimagined as vintage computer game GIFs. Just because.
The hotly anticipated British mystery drama returns with the revelation of just how Sherlock Holmes faked his death two years ago. Warning: Minor spoilers ahead! [UPDATED]
PBS and Masterpiece have given BuzzFeed an exclusive look at four images from Season 3 of the British mystery, which returns to Masterpiece on Jan. 19, 2014. Wedding bells!
Did I mention the ENTIRE BOOK is on a shirt? That you can actually read?
These precious little pipsqueaks.
The British actor teaches you the ABCs using his career in this amazing series by artist T Zysk.
Don’t ever lose track of time to your obsessions again.
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.
Use these handy diagrams to decide! Tumblr artist Baker took three popular versions of the British detective — Granada circa 1984, Robert Downey Jr. circa 2009, and BBC circa 2011 — and illustrated the differences.
Finally a use for all those hair ties leftover from your ’90s nostalgia binge buy! The folks over at Kotaku stumbled upon this fantastic Japanese trend.
100% SHER-LOCKED. The actor took the time to pose for pictures with his fans while filming the third season of Sherlock in London.
The proof is in the trailers.
Everything you need to know about Danish actor Lars Mikkelsen and Sherlock’s new villain Charles Augustus Magnussen.
Been meaning to dress up your Kindle? This post has you covered.
See how far you can make it before your eyes start bleeding. Special thanks to our new favorite tumblr The Kawaii Project.
Warning: major spoilers for “Reichenbach Fall”! Someone redid the entire rooftop scene with stop-motion LEGOs, and it is amazing.
Here’s our first look at the upcoming American interpretation of the Sherlock Holmes stories. Thoughts?
The first images from the set of the pilot “Elementary” have leaked onto the internet, showing Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu as Holmes and Watson. This of course has everyone asking– Watson, what in da hell you wearing girl?!
Somebody make this happen! I love this Mrs. Hudson. So. Much.
I am typically not one to fall into the age old Internet trope of complaining about shows and movies that don’t yet exist. But as there is already an amazing Sherlock Holmes TV show being made, CBS’s forthcoming “Elementary” would be redundant even if the early news about the show seemed good. It doesn’t. UPDATED NOTE: I have no objection whatsoever to Watson being played by a woman or a person of color. I simply have a problem with the fact that while an amazing modern retelling of the Holmes story (that’s true in spirit to its source material) is being done in England, America is getting a heavily adapted and seemingly “Hollywoodized” version of the tale. All too often this leads to a dumbed down product. Why crowd another development season with a property that’s already being done well at this very moment? I should have been clearer, and I sincerely apologize to anyone I may have offended.
No, not Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law. I’m talking about Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. Fans of the BBC series Sherlock have taken to the streets after the “death” of the only consulting detective in the world and the sight of a depressed John Watson.
What makes up Batman? Here’s a very accurate formula. Thankfully there were a few things from the past few years that have been omitted from the equation.
Ssssssqqqqquuuuuuuuueeeeeeee! Buzzfeed apologizes for the lack of witty and/or informative quip in this write-up, but our editor appears to have malfunctioned.
Sherlock’s back! Robert Downey Jr. introduces the trailer for the upcoming “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows,” which pits Holmes and Watson (Jude Law) against arch-baddie Professor Moriarity. (via.) View Media ›
Did you know Watson could teleport? Watch Video ›
Sherlock Holmes: now with more slo-mo boxing! A lot of people seem concerned about the direction this movie is taking, with the boxing, and the goofiness. I’m still pretty sure I’m going to totally love it. Watch Video ›