Sleepy Hollow: #HollowBones is Tonight!



We've been hearing (and wondering) about it for months, and now the day is finally here. The Sleepy Hollow/Bones Halloween Crossover event starts tonight at 8/7c on FOX. In advance of this whole crazy thing, quite a wide array of teases, clips and interviews have been released. Several were included in a story posted here yesterday, but still more have been released since. See below for a couple of interviews/articles and a slew of embedded videos. Spoilerphobes read and view at your own risk.


Don't forget - use the hashtag #HollowBones on Twitter tonight during both shows to get us trending.






Hamlet: Clip from the Trevor Nunn Production


Hard core Tom fans know that Hamlet was his first professional job out of drama school. He played Fortinbras and Francisco (or, as he put it here, "various other assholes") in the 2004 West End production, directed by Trevor Nunn and starring Ben Whishaw. Super sleuth @kaysaint514 just unearthed a clip from the production, posted by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. For those interested, you can view the whole play at the London museum when you schedule in advance through their website. Tom can be glimpsed in the clip posted below setting down a chair.




Sleepy Hollow: FOX 411


FOX 411 posted this fun piece about Sleepy Hollow in which Tom, Nicole and Lyndie chat about the upcoming season, including the Bones crossover that will air on Thursday, October 29th. There are a couple of little scoops in there about that episode as well as Abbie and Jenny's father, but the highlight has to be Tom, tongue firmly in cheek, talking about Ichabod and Abbie being flatmates, taking bubble baths together and watching Romy and Michele's High School Reunion together every night. Classic.




NYCC 2015: Sleepy Hollow Panel


The sad news was that Tom was unable to attend New York Comic Con, but he certainly did make his presence felt. After the audience viewed "Whispers in the Dark" (inexplicably, last week's episode was shown), moderator Kim Roots from TVLine mentioned that Tom had sent along a message for the fans. Zach Appelman, who plays new series regular Joe Corbin, went on to read an email that was quintessentially Tom, in his best English accent. Tom was not impressed (as he was apparently watching the live feed) and playfully texted Zach that his accent was a disgrace. The exchange was extremely well received -- proving Tom can charm the socks off a room, even when he's not there.

Fans had a lot of good questions for the panel and were rewarded with some fun answers -- check it out for yourself below: