Tom Hardy made his gruff, tattooed and soaking wet debut in BBC One's high-end period drama Taboo on Saturday night, and while the Peaky Blinders and The Revenant actor looks fairly similar to his normal, handsome self, one of his fellow castmates has undergone a huge transformation. Sherlock star Mark Gatiss, who will play the Prince Regent - aka George IV - in episode two of the show, looks almost unrecognisable thanks to the pile of prosthetics pasted onto his face. The year-old actor who plays Mycroft Holmes in Sherlockas well as characters in the likes of Doctor WhoGame of Thrones and The League of Gentlemenhad his new look revealed in a picture of the Prince sat reclining in a giant golden room.
But in all fairness it did also give us a naked Sherlock. And, of course, oversized bedsheets are binders of Sherlock. Look, this meme has a lot more coming.
Imogen, 50, poured her heart out to broadcaster Jonathan Maitland when they met at a cafe near their West London homes last week. Everywhere she looks there are pictures of Trevor and Nancy. Despite her heart-to-heart with Mr Maitland, 49, there is no suggestion that he and Imogen are anything other than friends.
A Chinese mobile game has uploaded some 35, private videos to the internet without notifying the players that this could happen. Players are given a word that they must act out so their friends can guess it based on their gestures. This in and of itself wouldn't be an issue as it seems like a smart way of making a classic party game available across long distances.
They often wore a false nose and spoke with an exotic accent. But certain northern celebrities blur the distinction. Booth was the same offscreen and on: a boorish, drunken womaniser whose behaviour was finally chastened inwhen he collapsed in a stupor in a puddle of paraffin and suffered 45 per cent burns.
Bringing up my three sons. B orn in Hertfordshire, Una Stubbs, 78, went to dance school at 14 and became a chorus girl at Currently, she plays Mrs Hudson in Sherlock.
As the character Irene Adler, Pulver appeared sans clothes - although shot discreetly enough to preserve her modesty - in front of Benedict Cumberbatch [Holmes] and Martin Freeman [Dr Watson]. Get The International Pack for free for your first 30 days for unlimited Smartphone and Tablet access. Already a member?
Like everyone who loved the previous series of this magnificent hit reboot of the Sherlock Holmes stories, I sat down to watch the latest with some trepidation. How to dispense with the swimming-pool face-off with urbane, unhinged just-this-side-of-camp criminal genius Jim Moriarty an eye-catching Andrew Scott, The Hour? The answer: with considerable aplomb and a rich comic seam.
Cliff Richard stars as Jonnie, who works as a waiter on a traveling ferry with his bandmates The Shadows and his fellow waiter friends. Through a pyrotechnics accident, the power cuts on the ferry and the group are fired on the spot, stranded on a tiny boat with nothing but their instruments. They float around in the Mediterranean until they reach the Canary Islands, where they spot a young woman wearing tartan clothing, and they try to follow her, accidentally confusing her with a Scottish man wearing a kilt.