Steven Moffat And Sue Vertue Sit Down To Talk About Sherlock’s “Terrifying” Future

Kaitlyn Elliott Staff Writer With Sherlock season 3 coming to an end in the US and having already finished in the UK, fans are already begging for more seasons and wondering what’s next? Just recently, Sherlock’s creator Steven Moffat and producer Sue Vertue sat down with collider.com to talk about the show’s future and boy…

A Special Look Inside The World Of Benedict Cumberbatch

Kaitlyn Elliott Staff Writer The name Benedict Cumberbatch is enough spark anyone’s attention. Whether you have seen him solely in Sherlock or claim yourself to his adoring fan club; the Cumbercollective as Cumberbatch likes to call them, it goes without saying that this British thespian is world-renowned, and quite charming. But what makes this 37-year…

Sherlock Star Andrew Scott Opens Up About His Sexuality

Kaitlyn Elliott Staff Writer Andrew Scott, who plays Sherlock’s infamous Moriarty, recently came out publicly announcing that he is gay. In an interview the The Independent, Scott opened up about his sexuality. “Mercifully, these days people don’t see being gay as a character flaw. But nor is it a virtue, like kindness. Or a talent,…

The Best Of British Television Honoured At The National Television Awards

Zoë Ambrozewska Content Editor London’s O2 Arena was lit up tonight (Wednesday 22nd January) by the 19th annual National Television Awards. Presented by Dermot O’Leary, the star-studded event was aired live on ITV, and saw some of the best of UK television honoured. Congratulations are most definitely in order for PopWrapped favourites Matt Smith and…

Benedict Cumberbatch Has All Love In The World For The Cumbercollective

Kaitlyn Elliot Staff Writer Benedict Cumberbatch caused quite a stir at the PBS panel Monday with all of his devoted fans. The “Cumbercollective” as Cumberbatch chooses to call them could be found camping outside of the studio waiting for his arrival. These somewhat obsessive fans, considering Cumberbatch seems to be a skinny, tall, and somewhat…