Freeman appears in an election broadcast for Labour party.
We are in the run-up to a general election and you are going to hear loads of claims from people from the left, on the right, all over the place. It’s going to drive you mad. It will probably drive me mad. It boils down to a choice between a Labour government and a Conservative one…But it isn’t just a choice between two different plans, two different ways of getting the deficit down. It’s a choice between two completely different sets of values – a choice about what kind of country we want to live in.
After a two year wait, Cumberbatch and Freeman return to their roles of Sherlock Holmes and John Watson in BBC’s critically-acclaimed Sherlock. This season introduces us to iconic classical Sherlock characters like Irene Adler and the hound of the Baskervilles. It also brings about the return of Moriarty as he challenges Sherlock in one final game of wits.
The actor stars in the title role in BBC’s Sherlock -- a modernized version of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic series. In the first season, Sherlock meets John Watson, played by Martin Freeman, and very soon the two of them are going head to head with Sherlock Holme’s arch nemesis -- Moriarty.
He can go down blind alleys. He still, humanly, gets things wrong when he first meets Watson. He is fallible, but he completely fits in with the modern world of high tech, modern policing. He’s a man who assimilates all that information, and builds a bigger picture out of it. And that’s a very human thing to do. No machine can do that.