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The Gandalf of 'The Hobbit' trilogy will play the Beast's loyal butler in Disney's live-action take on the famous tale.
McKellen plays an older version of Sherlock Holmes who talks to a young boy about his last case and his old flame in the snippet.
The two veteran actors will team up for the first time in the television adaptation of Ronald Harwood's play inspired by his own experience.
The animated movie will revolve around a box of magical cookies which turn people into the animal they have eaten.
'Mr. Holmes' previously titled 'A Slight Trick of the Mind' will see McKellen channeling his inner detective to solve a cold case from years ago.
The Magneto depicter jokes about marrying the Professor X of 'X-Men' before clarifying that he will preside over his good friend's wedding.
The 'Hobbit' star said he has not felt any pain whatsoever because he refused to skip exercise despite his age.
The rock legends erase all doubts about putting their music catalog on iTunes as they make huge sales during their debut week.
On Michael Fassbender's performance as the younger version of Erik Lehnsherr, the original Magneto depicter gushes, 'I thought he was better than me.'
The identity of the antagonist to be played by Benedict Cumberbatch is still kept secret, though it is teased that Kirk and his team will fight 'a one man weapon of mass destruction.'
First-time father A.J. tweets, 'Rochelle and I are thrilled to officially announce the birth of our baby monkee Ava Jaymes McLean.'
The 'X-Men' and 'X2' actors will reprise their roles as Professor X and Magneto, whose younger versions are played by James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender respectively.
'It's not the sort of crude 3D that comes out of the screen,' so the Gandalf the Grey depicter says, defending Peter Jackson's controversial works in 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey'.
In another photo, Martin Freeman also took a direction from Peter Jackson who is trying his best to meet the December 2012 schedule without sacrificing the quality.
Sir Ian Mckellen is urging gallery bosses at London's famous Tate Britain to exhibit the institution's collection of paintings by revered British artist Ls Lowry.