Short clip of Benedict Cumberbatch answering fan Twitter questions on the Katie Couric show.
"Thanks Guys… It’s been emotional" - Steve Lawes, 21st May 2013
(From left to right: Steve Lawes, Martin Freeman, Benedict Cumberbatch, Arwel Wyn Jones)
@TheHobbitMovie have a live twitter web chat with Martin Freeman today at 17:30PST (01:30GMT).
You can send your questions now using hashtag #AskBilbo
For those on Twitter, we are sad to report that Steven Moffat has left Twitter this morning. No reasons given at present.
UPDATE: @SueVertue: For all asking @stevenmoffat is well and currently having a family lunch but he’s got a huge amount on and twitter was proving a distraction.
Rather alarmingly, we checked our calendar this morning and realised that a year ago today - At 18:26BST to be precise - we set up our Twitter account… and thus, Sherlockology was born.
Unfortunately, that first tweet is lost to the mists of time - mainly due to Twitter only caching 3200 tweets into the past - but memory serves it involved a joke alerting everyone that we WERE able to recognise that the Earth does indeed travel around the sun, unlike a certain Consulting Detective…
It’s been a crazy, entertaining journey for us so far, and we hope you’re all enjoying it too. There’s plenty more from us to come as Sherlock Series 3 begins production next year.
Now, all of us here need to go out for cake. And find a candle.
(Assuming Mycroft doesn’t get there first, of course)
Sherlockology has been nominated for a Shorty Award for best fansite!
We feel deeply honoured to have been nominated for the best fansite Shorty Award, because we have been nominated, not by some committee or organisation, but by the people who really matter, you; the Sherlock fans. We would dearly like to further the name of ‘BBC Sherlock’ in this area, and prove the fans of this series are the most dedicated of fandoms out there, but we can’t do it without you. So please support Sherlockology by voting for us on the Shorty Sherlockology page here:
To find out more about us and why we do what we do, read more for ‘The Shorty Interview’ with Sherlockology.