jueves, 29 de diciembre de 2016

SHERLOCK, EL FINAL QUE MARK GATISS DESEA

Right at the beginning, we said, wouldn’t it be fun — because we start with the first meeting, which is very rarely dramatized — if we actually ended up with them at the same age as Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce?

That would be a really interesting place to be with Benedict and Martin, having started so early in their careers as young men.



Sobre la nueva temporada que comienza el domingo, añade:

“He’s never going to be like the rest of us. It’s just he has developed. He has learned to a greater or lesser extent how to do human.

It was always Mycroft and his upbringing that taught him to eliminate emotion from his life. He’s becoming bonded with people and is slightly devastated by the consequences"



El segundo episodio adapta "The Dying Detective", con el similar título de "The Lying Detective".

Toby Jones encarna a Culverton Smith, un villano que dicen que es tan malísimo como Moriarty.


La temporada concluirá con "The Final Problem", primera vez en que se toma el título tal cual de una aventura. Gatiss nos tienta:

“It’s a great title and it has the requisite air of doom.”

So should fans wonder about Sherlock’s fate?

“Everyone should worry, shouldn’t they? I think we should all be worried.”