That’s the last I’m going to see
Of David Tennant
As the Doctor
[Gross sobbing intensifies]
AND HIS LAST WORDS WILL STILL BE I DON’T WANT TO GO
*moffat’s laughter in the distance*
sherlock in the christmas/new year issue of radio times… that picture just killed me…
Oh my, this is so precious! Love this interview. Thanks for posting this xx
That bloody photo….. :’) God, i love The Moff. "Anyway, he kept going for quite a while. After a bit, I popped out for a drink. Then dinner and a short holiday - i don’t think he noticed."
|85 year old me:||dear grand children, let me sing you the song of my people|
|me:||doooooooooo weeeeeeeee oooooooooooooo|
But the standout new character is, predictably, the titular beast. He’s played Khan; now Benedict Cumberbatch draws on Shere Khan for his performance (vocal and mo-cap) as the blazing-eyed, honey-voiced, spike-helmed “serpent of the north”. We’ve seen many a dragon on screen before, but nothing with this much personality: Smaug is a startlingly well-executed creation, toggling between arrogance, indolence and rage as he uses his wyrm-tongue to try to draw out Bilbo. And once he does, the film kicks into full throttle for an immense, half-hour finale that threatens to bring down the mountain itself.
Sherlock: The Sign of Three synopsis
The BBC have today released the synopsis for The Sign of Three which airs on Sunday 5th January at 21:00 GMT.
"Sherlock faces his biggest challenge of all - delivering a Best Man’s speech on John’s wedding day! But all isn’t quite as it seems. Mortal danger stalks the reception - and someone might not make it to the happy couple’s first dance. Sherlock must thank the bridesmaids, solve the case and stop a killer!"