While neither of Sherlock’s two stars, Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, were able to make it to San Diego this weekend, they did send in videos to be played before the panel. That video, and some of the questions from the panel will be up after the jump.
Sequential Pulp and Dark Horse Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the upcoming Hound of the Baskervilles adaptation that arrives on February 20, 2013.
This weekend, Sherlock Holmes returned to theaters in the latest installment of the Guy Ritchie directed series. Robert Downey, Jr. and Jude Law reprise their roles of Holmes and Watson as they take on Professor Moriarty.
Did you see the movie on the opening weekend? What did you think? Did Ritchie and company bring it again, or did the movie feel like a rehash of the original? Use the comment section below to share your thoughts on the movie, and let those of us who haven’t seen it yet know if we should see it, or skip it.
So just how well did Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows do at the box office? Well, it hasn’t been released yet, and according to actions at Warner Bros. it doesn’t matter.
I expect with the success of A Game of Throne on HBO, that many movies, and television series will be adopting A Game in their titles over the next year. The brand new Sherlock Holmes movie poster has arrived, where we get the full title, and the release date.
Before they became an inseparable pair, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson met on several occasions while doing consulting work for Scotland Yard. Someone is randomly killing people on the streets, and with the Ides of March upon us, there are sure to be more deaths if the killer isn’t found.
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Warlord of Mars: Dejah Thoris #1, Jennifer Blood #2, Red Sonja: Revenge of the Gods #1, and Sherlock Holmes: Year One #2.
Take the jump to check them out.
Image Comics presents another new title as well as some exciting new talent with MORIARTY, a collaboration from the up and coming creative team of writer Daniel Corey and artist Anthony Diecidue. This new series, set to debut in May, will follow the world’s greatest criminal mastermind as he adjusts to life without a foil.
When it comes to great detectives, Sherlock Holmes ranks above the likes of Batman, Ralph Dibney, and the rest of the four color sleuths. Dynamite Entertainment delighted with their previous Sherlock Holmes series; will they repeat the success with Sherlock Holmes: Year One?
In January, the origin of iconic Sherlock Holmes is revealed by writer Scott Beatty. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s dauntless detective returns in an all-new series of adventures exploring the sleuth’s untold origins! Join Dr. John Watson as he meets young Sherlock Holmes in a fateful encounter that will forever shape both men’s destinies! Mysteries and murders most foul abound as we discover clues that reveal just how Holmes became the world’s most famous detective! Discover more about the beginnings of the iconic Sherlock Holmes this January!
Who would have guess the great Sherlock Holmes matched wits with the like of a T-Rex and the Kraken, but it all happened…REALLY.Â Watson just left those stories out of his journals.
Or at least that is what we are lead to believe in the Asylum’s upcoming Sherlock Holmes movie.
The Los Angeles Times (yes, it is still around) has news that isn’t good for the Platinum Studios Cowboys and. Aliens movie.Â Robert Downey Jr. won’t be putting on a cowboy hat and fighting it out with visitors from beyond.Â Instead, speculators believe Downey is gearing up for a new Sherlock Holmes film.Â While Jon Favreau appears to still be on board, for now the Iron Man team of director/actor won’t be using their six shooters to stop and alien invasion.
While a sequel to Sherlock Holmes would be welcome, with the coming release of Iron Man 2, I can’t help but wonder if Downey isn’t saving himself for a third Iron Man film, or better yet, the Avengers flick.Â If Sherlock Holmes 2: Gaslight Boogaloo is greenlit, it would go into production in June.