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The actor says his character in the upcoming superhero movie will work for the American government and is neither a hero nor a villain.
The Bilbo Baggins of 'The Hobbit' is set to join Chris Evans in the upcoming third installment of 'Captain America' movie series.
In 'The Office' and 'The Hobbit' mashup, Bilbo Baggins is working a nine-to-five job after completing his long journey in the Middle-Earth.
Nicki Minaj, Charli XCX, and One Direction will help close the year 2014 as musical guests on 'Saturday Night Live' this December.
Freeman's Lester Nygaard has a rough day and bumps into Thornton's mysterious drifter character in a hospital, while Kate Walsh's Gina Hess is glad that her husband is dead.
The male stars namely Martin Freeman, Benedict Cumberbatch, Orlando Bloom and Luke Evans as well as guest Ed Sheeran suit up for the special screening at the TCL Chinese Theatre.
The 'Sherlock' actor will star opposite Billy Bob Thornton on FX's limited series based on the Coen brothers' 1996 crime film.
The 'Hot Fuzz' actor is the latest actor who bids adieu to his character in 'The Hobbit' after Evangeline Lilly, Ian McKellen and Orlando Bloom.
Meanwhile, ITV1's 'Downton Abbey' which also airs on PBS only has one chance to win this year through supporting actress Maggie Smith.
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.
Meanwhile, Richard Armitage is tapped to portray Thorin Oakenshield with Aidan Turner and Rob Kazinsky cast as Dwarves Fili and Kili respectively.
The producer said he still has passion in putting the movie out despite strike and financial problem while Freeman is benefiting from the delay so he could say yes to the leading role.
Although the British star turned down the offer to portray the lead role, the bosses reportedly are still pursuing him.
The British actor is withdrawing from the offer to play a lead role in the classic novel adaptation because he's still under contract for the TV version of 'Sherlock Holmes'.