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#sherlock Yes of course there's going to be a third series - it was commissioned at the same time as the second. Gotcha!
As to how............just my personal idea.
MOFFAT!!!! (Shaking fist!)
Totally agree moriarty is appalling. must admit i am a purist, as good as the two leads acting is this is not sherlock holmes.
Your loss, to bad you do not enjoy a new vision of Sherlock unless it fits your personal vision.
The SH fans got a lot of fun these last two months: A new book, a new movie and three new episodes of Sherlock. I have enjoyed them all. And sure my favorite remains the Rathbone movies but the recent stuff is brilliant as well and makes SH certainly a character that will remain around for a while as well for a new generation.
Can't wait for Series 3, well I can, a long time as well! I wonder which stories will be done next?
Their is certainly a wealth of stories for them to adapt though! Already have said this, but? Cumberbatch and Freeman are superb in the roles!
For the same reason they "rebooted" 007, something for the modern masses. And well done too I'd say. Meaning Sherlock that is.
fire_and_ice sure you can have an opinion I did not say you couldn't, I just said it would be your loss. For the record I am not a fan of Dalton and the Craig era better convince me with 3/4 of a decent movie so far. ;)
It works in no small part thanks to the clever casting.
Enjoy sharkbait! Its great viewing! :-bd
Obviously you missed the point of the WHOLE series. :D - Gattis and Moffat both said they wrote the series because Sherlock in the 20th century had been done SO MANY times. It was getting old. And so they updated the detective and brought him into the 21st century, an excellent move.
19th century technically. But anyway, I love the modern Sherlock. When my friend told me about it I was appalled, but after seeing how much care is put into the show and the brilliant Benedict and Martin leading a stellar cast, what's not to like? Moriarty is a little iffy for me, put the interpretation was interesting to say the least. He conflicts with the old Moriarty of the short stories. In them Moriarty only take interest in Sherlock after Sherlock stops him plots and becomes a nuisance. In this one, Moriarty openly challenges Sherlock, wanting him to challenge him. But, like I said, brilliant, brilliant series, and I absolutely love all the winks to the short stories, like:
As for the episodes, it stood like last series. The 1st(pilot) was the best, the 2nd wasn't AS good, but it was still brilliantly done, and the 3rd was 2nd best. Same now with series two. The 1st with Irene was my absolute favorite, almost a tie with the third really. The 2nd playing of The Hound of the Baskervilles was great, but can't beat Irene and Moriarty appearing separately. The 3rd matches the 1st almost exactly, but I think "The Scandal in Belgravia" wins a tad more because I didn't see as much coming. In the 3rd we knew the gist of what was coming, but I'm sure I'm not the only one impressed by "The Scandal in Belgravia". Irene was done so well, and the episode is my favorite yet overall. The 3rd is obviously a close 2nd best.
I LOVE THIS SHOOOOOOOOW!
The potential for a Bond appearance? Pretty good i would say obviously depending on committments and script? I think i may have read that he enjoys Bond, but cannot recall if he would like to be in one?
Highlight your text and click the question mark button. It's the last one in the row.
- And i prefer this Sherlock to the new Guy Richie films and their portrail of Holmes, i do enjoy the movies, though this Sherlock is far more believable as actually becoming Sherlock.