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Was it weird having fans show up where you were filming on location? | #DWLineCon
Arthur Darvill: ”Well, with the nature of the secrecy and everything [the fans] weren’t allowed to watch anything, obviously, because it’s quite sensitive stuff. So they’d turn up to watch us walking around.”
This video also features questions about who knows the most about the plot in advance.
Co-creators and co-writers, Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, discuss/tease the second series of Sherlock that goes into production in May 2011. Stars Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock) and Martin Freeman (Watson).
“You take this cold, remarkable, difficult, dangerous, borderline psychopath man, and you wonder what might have happened to him had he not met his best friend, a friend that no one would have put him with – this solid, dependable, brave, big-hearted war hero. I think people fall in love, not with Sherlock Holmes or with Dr. Watson, but with their friendship. I think it is the most famous friendship in fiction, without a doubt.”- Steven Moffat
Q: Are you being asked all the time when the Doctor and your Sherlock Holmes will meet up?
A: I think everyone who’s passing me in the streets is suggesting that at the moment. I think there are problems of doing that, because then you would say that Sherlock Holmes lives in the same world as the Doctor, and there are Daleks and all sorts of things. If a Sherlock Holmes story depends on time travel being impossible, it’s quite hard if he’s a personal friend of the Doctor’s, isn’t it?
Logic or not, my hopes and dreams have just been slightly crushed.