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ET 'Elementary' season finale: Come on, Irene by Denise Warner Image Credit: Jojo Whilden/CBS At the end of last week's Elementary , Moriarty led Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller) straight to his presumed dead lady love Irene Adler (Natalie Dormer).
Setting a noir detective story in the Berkeley Hills is immediately funny, for the noir genre is so deeply embedded in a certain world the lurid, urban grit of post-depression America. The Berkeley Hills, idyllic bastion of the tenured and tony, is
Originally published Friday, May 3, 2013 at 5:32 AM The Tooth Tattoo': music and murder on Inspector Diamond's mind Peter Lovesey's new detective novel, The Tooth Tattoo, combines mystery, murder and music-making in the ancient city of Bath, England.
Landing a role in the modern Sherlock Holmes series Elementary was a chance to revisit childhood for Aidan Quinn. The Chicago-born actor, who plays Captain Tommy Gregson in the TV series, says he remembers reading Sherlock Holmes stories as a
Apr 12 '13 I'm not expecting this Benedict Cumberbatch post to be as popular as yesterday's ( yesterday's was the biggest post of the day, huzzah!)...I'm happy with the idea that Sherlock Holmes and John Watson exist in modern-day London, that they
British actress Natalie Dormer is to begin a three-episode arc playing Sherlock Holmes ' former lover, Irene Adler, on "Elementary," CBS announced. Dormer's television credits include "Game of Thrones" and "The Tudors." "We're moving to the next
Game of Thrones star Natalie Dormer is set to take on the iconic role of Irene Adler Elementary , CBS confirms to E!...Dormer, who plays current queen-to-be Margaery Tyrell on HBO's fantasy hit, will make her debut as Sherlock Holmes' ( Jonny Lee
For many Chinese children, his book A Mystery for You and The Tiger Team is their first experience of really falling in love with a collection of printed words and pictures...In fact, children's authors now hold two of the top 10 positions on the
While the stations would present the selections as "The Big Movie" or "Hollywood's Best," most of the films were Hollywood B-movies, old British films and Saturday afternoon serials, spliced into full-length features...And for a boy whose parents
Famed mystery writer Sara Paretsky is booked to speak at a fundraising event next month in Springfield. Southern Illinois University announced Monday that Paretsky will speak at the fourth annual Women's Power Lunch Against Cancer. The luncheon and