Benedict cumberbatch interview updating sherlock
"We're all constantly thrilled and amazed by people's enthusiasm for 'Sherlock,'" Moffat told Digital Spy.
"We hope to carry on as long as we can."For now, Moffat and Gatiss will begin working on the new "Dracula" television series, which will enter production in 2018, Radio Times reported.
So far three seasons and a Christmas special have aired.
But now, thanks to Cumberbatch himself, we know -- though we're not really sure we want to. In an interview with , Cumberbatch described in what can only be called WAY TOO MUCH DETAIL what a session in the sack with him would be like.
(Seriously, after reading this I highly suspect that Cumby-batch has been spending his free time reading years' worth of fan fiction.) "You know I’d get the, I’d probably test the latex, if it involved prophylactics, beforehand," Cumberbatch began. You asked for this.) "I’d do a little experiment to do with durability, length, girth, and um, strength," he continued. I might have to shave, um, areas to fit in with a modern idea of bodily hair," Cumberbatch added.
Most actors would give their eye teeth to land a part in Sherlock, such is the kudos of being associated with BBC’s world-beating updating of the Arthur Conan Doyle detective stories, not to mention the fabulous lines they get to utter.
So how amazing would it to be told that the show’s creators had written a major role as the new chief villain – and Sherlock baddies tend to get the best lines – with you specifically in mind?