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20 Sherlock Series 3 Secrets From Mark Gatiss And Steven Moffat
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THERE'S PLENTY MORE SHERLOCK PLANNED

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Moffat: Well, we’ve said that we’ve got ideas for [the next two series of Sherlock] — that’s not exactly the same thing as announcing them. Look, so long as Benedict and Martin want to do this, and given that the third series has out-rated the first two – which is an extraordinary sentence, because that doesn’t happen in television, it always goes the other way – of course the BBC will keep wanting to do more Sherlocks. But we’ve got schedules to arrange, and all that. And, frankly, starvation works.

Gatiss: Everyone’s very keen. And it’s a fascinating prospect, where we might take it next. But it is genuinely very difficult – and that’s not for want of trying – to get everyone together. Actually we’re meeting on Friday, aren’t we, to talk about the next one?

Moffat: We’ve had certain aspects of what we’re going to do mapped out for quite a long while. [The return of Moriarty] is not a last-minute whim. You’d have painted yourself into the most ludicrous corner. No, no, there’s been… it was discussed ages ago. The ‘Moriarty Plan’ is known by a few others, but a lot else of the next two series is just me and Mark.

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I like the idea of a third one, another Holmes. You could have him/her gone completely rouge or something. Maybe he/she's behind New Moriarty. And everyone online is assuming that it's really him. It doesn't have to be. It could just be some random internet person screwing around with everyone. With Magnusson and Moriarty gone, there's probably going to be a big power vacuum in London, like with "Runaways" (Brian. K. Vaughn) and L.A. And I like the idea of Mary just murdering anyone who tries to hurt John, Sherlock, or her baby. In a story sense, not an "I like murder" sense. More

Posted by smnkennedy on Monday May 12, 2014, 00:37

2 RE: I guessed it
And yet she's neither - go figure More

Posted by elab49 on Friday January 17, 2014, 11:06

3 I guessed it
the Mary thing. It's all over my Twitter from episode one. It was a neat twist, but I knew she'd either die or be a baddie More

Posted by tommyinglis on Thursday January 16, 2014, 19:33

4 Mind Palace
I remember Stephen King's "Dreamcatcher" had a similar idea as well. It was one of the few good scenes in that movie actually. More

Posted by bradcam72 on Thursday January 16, 2014, 12:42

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