Benedict Cumberbatch with fans at ‘The Imitation Game’ premiere during the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival at Princess of Wales Theatre on September 9, 2014


He’s obviously having the time of his life, enjoying his big moment. The reviews are universally acclaiming his performance and most mention its likely Oscar nomination. I’m so happy for him. 

Sally Donovan is in the middle of her own totally legit story arc, and I’m not even kidding



Even among fans of Sally Donovan (at least as far as I’ve seen), there seems to be general acceptance of the idea that Sherlock's writers aren't interested in her as anything more than a mild antagonist for Sherlock.

And on the one hand, it’s really easy to see why people would believe that.

But… I don’t think it’s true. I think the writers have very definite plans for her.

Not that that necessarily means those plans will turn out to be great ones, because who knows. But I can be hopeful for the time being, can’t I?

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Sally is a great character, and Vinette does a great job with her. I hope we see more Sally, and that she gets closer to the center of the story, as suggested here. 


Virgin Radio’s Kella had an interview with Benedict Cumberbach for the TIFF première of his new movie “The Imitation Game.” What does he have to say about #TheBreakfastShow’s bounty on Channing Tatum?

Who the hell is “Benjamin” Cumberbatch? How can someone in that job make that kind of mistake? Or was it a joke/out of context?

Special is a co-write.



GATISS: Steven and I are writing the special at the moment, which we’re shooting in January. Then we’re doing three more towards the end of next year. So there will be four in total! Which is a world record. But we don’t know when they’ll be on.

Source: Entertainment Weekly, Inside TV.