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Posted: Jul 7 2010, 01:09 PM


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Not sure about the running pic, it looks more than a little silly to me. laugh.gif blushing.gif

Anyone else hear Over there, Watson !! ninja.gif
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Posted: Jul 17 2010, 01:56 PM


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Digitalspy - Sherlock trailer

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Posted: Jul 17 2010, 03:18 PM


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Posted: Jul 21 2010, 05:51 PM


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Sherlock Holmes is back sending texts and using nicotine patches

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Posted: Jul 22 2010, 07:55 AM


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RT have given it rave reviews, so I shall give it a go. smile.gif
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Posted: Jul 22 2010, 06:44 PM


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Meet the new Sherlock Holmes, Benedict Cumberbatch

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Posted: Jul 23 2010, 06:21 PM


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Sherlock: For Holmes and Watson, the game is afoot



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Posted: Jul 23 2010, 10:12 PM


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I'm quite interested in this given the people involved plus I listened to quite a few Sherlock Holmes's on Radio 7 recently which has wetted my appetite a bit. smile.gif
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Posted: Jul 24 2010, 06:01 AM


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Why Sherlock is still sleuthing



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Posted: Jul 26 2010, 06:17 PM


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Explore Sherlock's website for extra case files, forums and hidden messages



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Posted: Jul 29 2010, 09:10 AM


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As if Steven Moffat didn't already have enough to do as writer and executive producer for Doctor Who, it looks like the BBC is about to renew his Sherlock series for a second season, now that the first episode of the modern-day Sherlock Holmes adaptation debuted to huge ratings.


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Posted: Jul 31 2010, 03:19 PM


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Martin Freeman Interview - Who is Watson?


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Posted: Oct 26 2010, 08:11 PM


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From Digital Spy:

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'Sherlock' creator denies 'Hobbit' clash

Mark Gatiss has confirmed that Martin Freeman's role in The Hobbit will not affect the production of Sherlock.

It was previously reported that Freeman had turned down the part of Bilbo Baggins in order to film a second series of the detective drama. However, it was later announced that the actor would indeed star in the J.R.R. Tolkien adaptation.

Gatiss wrote on his Twitter account: "Huge congratulations to the brilliant Martin Freeman on becoming Bilbo Baggins! No change to Sherlock schedule, I'm glad to say."

It was rumoured last month that New Line and MGM had revised the filming schedule for The Hobbit to allow Freeman to participate in both projects.

Sherlock will return to BBC One in 2011. The Hobbit films, to be directed by Peter Jackson, are scheduled for release in December 2012 and December 2013.


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Posted: Oct 27 2010, 09:08 AM


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Posted: Dec 22 2010, 10:21 AM


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Steven Moffat has ruled out a crossover between Doctor Who and Sherlock.

The writer told the New York Times that it would be "quite hard" for the show's central characters to collide.

"I think there are problems of doing that," he admitted. "Because then you would say that Sherlock Holmes lives in the same world as The Doctor, and there are Daleks and all sorts of things. If a Sherlock Holmes story depends on time travel being impossible, it's quite hard [to do it] if he's a personal friend of The Doctor's."

However, he admitted that fans of both shows have often enquired about the potential crossover.

"I think everyone who's passing me in the street is suggesting that at the moment," he revealed.

Moffat also confirmed that work has begun on the next three-part series of Sherlock.

Doctor Who returns to BBC One for a Christmas special on December 25. The second series of Sherlock is expected to air in autumn 2011.
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Posted: Jan 17 2011, 04:35 PM


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I found the three SHERLOCK TV movies on the shelf. Naturally, I had to try it out. Naturally, I had to express my opinion.

A STUDY IN PINK.

Often brilliant reworking of A STUDY IN SCARLET. Nice twists to throw off those who are famliar with the original. Watson's neuroticism is a nice twist -- Martin Freeman might otherwise have been boring without it. Benedict Cumberbatch is as good a SH as any I've seen outside of Rathbone -- his only deficiency being his dark deep voice which doesn't match the intellectual incisiveness of Rathbone's nasally one.


THE BLIND BANKER

After a great opening show, the next one is usually a letdown. Same here. All too familiar whodunnit with more action than intellectual challenges. Somewhat like Spielberg's vision of YOUNG SHERLOCK -- owing more to INDIANA JONES then Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. I give it tongue.gif tongue.gif


THE GREAT GAME

In quality, halfway between PINK and BANKER. The whodunnits done against the clock were pretty interesting (except -- who would mistake that painting for a Vermeer?!! -- and it's solution was really unconvincing). But the framework crime leading to the revelation of... Jim?! Really?!! Not really happy with the choice of actor, either. Mark Gatiss would have been a far better choice.


If they could just figure out what they did to produce PINK...
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Posted: Jan 17 2011, 05:11 PM


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QUOTE (TV Yank @ Jan 17 2011, 04:35 PM)
THE GREAT GAME

In quality, halfway between PINK and BANKER. The whodunnits done against the clock were pretty interesting (except -- who would mistake that painting for a Vermeer?!! -- and it's solution was really unconvincing). But the framework crime leading to the revelation of... Jim?! Really?!! Not really happy with the choice of actor, either. Mark Gatiss would have been a far better choice.


If they could just figure out what they did to produce PINK...

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Yes, much fun was made of that accent. laugh.gif
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Posted: Jan 17 2011, 08:08 PM


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QUOTE (little pixie @ Jan 17 2011, 09:11 AM)
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Yes, much fun was made of that accent.  laugh.gif

Oh... I didn't look far enuf down the thread list or I would have spotted the episode threads. I guess you can see why I'd never be cast a Sherlock. I'll add a few comments in the episode threads that I didn't have time for when writing my original post.

LOL. In a thread on Moriarity's casting at IMDb, here's a comment by someone who is apparently American too:

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I have watched the Great Game at least ten times since October (when it first aired in the U.S.) and I cannot get past my disappointment at Scott's cartoonish performance. He wasn't frightening. I just kept thinking, "Criminal mastermind? Really?"


Like you can tell we're both Americans.
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Posted: Jan 18 2011, 08:16 AM


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I think your comments are spot on, John. Apart from one thing: Cumberbatch is good, Rathbone was great, but Jeremy Brett is Holmes smile.gif
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Posted: Jan 18 2011, 03:51 PM


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QUOTE (willowroolz @ Jan 18 2011, 08:16 AM)
I think your comments are spot on, John. Apart from one thing: Cumberbatch is good, Rathbone was great, but Jeremy Brett is Holmes smile.gif

Yep, it was the role the late Jeremy Brett was born to play. smile.gif

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