Was it a struggle keeping your role a secret last year?
“In the last series, there was a lot of fun to be had. I didn’t tell very many people, because that would’ve spoiled it for everybody. People were really surprised. As I say, I was doing a play at the time and the next day [after it aired] this old woman who played a maid came in and she was like, ‘F**k, you’re Moriarty!’”
IT’S LIKE GIVING AN AWARD TO A BABY OSTRICH
Talented, attractive actors will be the death of me
inspired by shercockled’s post
or in other words, a variation with the two consultants.
This is beautiful. Lion roaring.
OH MY GOD this is so amazing. Because Sherlock for sure noticed that Jim is left handed and he handed him the tea like that in revenge after JIM TOOK HIS ARMCHAIR. Oh my god these two. Let me present you the Napoleon of crime and the genius consulting detective, age 12.
I’m just reblogging this because cool people are left-handed.
Heck yes we are. :D
You just so know Sherlock knew this and did it on purpose. >:D
“Third Star? This looks interesting. … WHY, WHY, I WILL NEVER BE HAPPY AGAIN.”
“Sea Wall? Hm. … I CAN’T SEE THROUGH MY TEARS. WHY ARE ALL THE SHERLOCK ACTORS IN SUCH BEAUTIFUL TRAGEDIES?”
“Ali G Indahouse? … …The fuck is this.”
And then Moriarty should win a BAFTA for playing Richard Brook.
And then Richard Brook should get a BAFTA for playing Moriarty.
GUYS, HE HAS TWO SHADOWS.
SM: Andrew Scott became a star - which he absolutely deserves to be - on the basis of being in the last three or four minutes of Sherlock. His screen-time was tiny but it’s a measure of that man’s extraordinary talent that he’s become such a big deal so quickly. He’s a genius.
MG: What Andrew does astonishingly in this series is the suggestion of bone-deep weariness with existence. There’s a sort of black— those black eyes— which you can’t quite fathom. It’s really quite chilling. It’s almost like there’s something else inside him looking out.