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Ian Mckellen

How to Change a Tire

How to Change a Tire

A classic bit from a 2002 episode of The Late Late Show with Craig Kilbourn hosting and Sir Ian McKellen in the guest’s chair, in which Gandalf used his mighty pipes to read us the instructions for changing a flat tire. Remember, always LOOSEN THE LUG NUTS!!!

Mr. Holmes (Trailer)

Mr. Holmes (Trailer)

In Mr. Holmes, John Watson wrote Sherlock’s famous tales (the actual stories are mostly told from Watson’s perspective). But Watson changed details of their escapades, and the detective intends to correct them before he dies.

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Mr. Holmes (Teaser)

Mr. Holmes (Teaser)

Old and losing his otherworldly genius, Sherlock Holmes looks back on his life with the help of his housekeeper’s son. Ian McKellen plays the retired Mr. Holmes in this adaptation of Mitch Cullin’s novel A Slight Trick of the Mind.

Professor Gandalf

Professor Gandalf

Sir Ian McKellen visited the Chew Valley School in Somerset, England as part of its involvement with Stonewall, a charity he co-founded. While there he had a brief message for the kids ogling him. “Study, you fools!”

X-Men: Days of Future Past (Trailer)

X-Men: Days of Future Past (Trailer)

Bryan Singer directs the usual suspects (sorry, couldn’t help that one) in this upcoming X-Men installment; here, the X-Men send Wolverine to the past, where he must fight a war to change the past and protect the future of the species.

Sir Ian McKellen: Fresh Prince

Sir Ian McKellen: Fresh Prince

Hunter Davis has the ability to produce an uncanny impression of Sir Ian McKellen. Here he brings his talents to a recital from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. We don’t understand it either, but we still love it.

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