Martin at Mashable UK Live

Martin surprised is again today by appearing at a facebook live interview for Mashable UK.

We're live with star of Sherlock, Martin Freeman, chatting about his upcoming horror film Ghost Stories. 👻😱

Posted by Mashable UK on Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Don’t miss the first bit, here’s a gif from before the interview started but they were already live:


Martin at Magic FM for a Ghost Stories interview

Martin surprised us all when some photos from Magic FM instagram appeared early this morning. This pre-recorded interview is while short, very entertaining.

You can download Martin’s segment by clicking here. There’s some music and some ads in the middle (couldn’t quite edit it entirely, but you won’t mind I’m sure). We believe there will be a longer video on their youtube channel. We’ll keep you updated and link it here if that happens.

Here are some photos and short videos from this day.

And a couple of videos:

UHQ photos of Martin at a special Ghost Stories screening

As we’ve mentioned in our Calendar, today there was going to be a VIP screening of Ghost Stories. The screening took place at the Vue West End at Leicester Square and it included several celebrities and of course the cast and writers/directors of Ghost Stores: Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson.

We’ve added 18 photos of Martin and cast to our gallery from this event. Click on any of the photos bellow to access the gallery where you can view them in full size:

Martin Freeman with Jamie East on Talk Radio

Martin Freeman joined Jamie East on Talk Radio (a pre-recorded show, mind you) to discuss Ghost Stories, his new album, some Black Panther and to play “seven deadly sins”.

We’ve uploaded only his segment here.

You can listen to the entire show again on their website by clicking here. They’ve also published a video which you can watch on their website as well as a very brief summary of the interview.

Here’s a photo of Martin with Jamie from here. Click on the photo to view it in full size in our gallery.

You can also watch the short video that features the “seven deadly sins” game he played here:

But you can watch the FULL interview here:

Martin Freeman at the VINYL Festival in Dublin

Martin Freeman and Eddie Piller are part of the lineup for the new VINYL Festival that will take place on the weekend of May 5-7 at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham in Dublin. According to Hotpress, they will discuss their mutual love of mod subculture, its range of influences, its music, and how it informs their lives, not to mention their recent collaboration, Jazz On The Corner.

Tickets go on sale on March 29th.

For info on prices and more details go to

The Jackal Magazine recommends Martin Freeman

The Jackal Magazine is back in print this week, starring Martin Freeman. The magazine is free and will be given at 30 different underground and overground stations across London from 5pm next Wednesday 28. You can check the locations where they are going to be given here.

Here are some sneak previews from the magazine, click on the photos to view them in full size:

How to get the magazine?

The magazine article will be available on The Jackal Magazine website from this Thursday according to the editor.

He’s also confirmed that they will be launching a subscription service too for those who love the print edition. You should keep an eye on the magazine’s twitter/instagram or website.

Certain websites that sell magazines online have been saying that they will also have them available.

Martin Freeman discusses Ghost Stories at the Chris Evans Breakfast Show

Martin appeared today at BBC Radio 2 “The Chris Evans Breakfast Show” to talk about Ghost Stories.

You can view the full size photo that they took of him – as always do with guests – by clicking on the image below:

You can hear the specific clip where he talks with Chris about Ghost Stories here. You can hear the full show for 29 days on bbc’s iplayer here. We’ve uploaded it here too in case you miss it (over 400MB file).

Check the following photo for some UHQ photos of Martin leaving Wogan House where the BBC Radio 2 studios are located.