Sherlock’s survival secret already filmed!
It can be revealed the secrets of his survival have already been filmed – as TV producers were worried the location might change its appearance before the next series starts shooting in full.
But the big question is: does Sherlockology know how its hero survived? “If we do we wouldn’t tell,” said Coomber. “And we don’t like to speculate as although the media was on fire with suggestions Steven and Mark are such great writers I am sure whatever they come up with will be amazingly clever. “But I do know this – the solution has already been filmed. The cast and crew did it very soon after the ending of the final episode, to ensure there were no continuity errors in how the location looked.”
Sherlock’s survival secret already filmed Article from Kent News
We should add that unfortunately this statement has been misquoted a little by the journalist who wrote this article, as although the Sherlock team has made it known that some footage for series three was filmed during the making of series two for the purposes of continuity (locational and otherwise), sadly there is no confirmation that the ‘entire’ solution has been filmed already.
Is there anywhere that has all the photos from the scandal in belgravia photoshoot posted together?
When you say “A Scandal in Belgravia photoshoot”, do you mean the official images? If so, we’re afraid to say we know of no official online gallery that contains ALL the previously released shots.
Unfortunately only a limited number of the on set and promotional imagery has been released online and in print, as there were literally hundreds taken during series 2. Sadly however, most will never be released.
Sherlockology will be adding a number of galleries to our site soon including the full collection of released images for series 1 and 2, and also a number of previously unseen official promotional and behind the scenes shots from both series. We’ll announce across our social media platforms (Twitter, FaceBook, Tumblr and Instagram) when these additional sections of the site have been added.
In the meantime, we have quite an extensive collection of photographs we took from series 2 during the making of A Scandle in Belgravia and The Reichenbach Fall on FaceBook.
A visit to ST. BART’S HOSPITAL and the site of THE REICHENBACH FALL
We’ve deliberately skirted around anything spoilerific from The Reichenbach Fall in our social site writing since its first broadcast in the UK, out of respect for those countries that have yet to see it. However, now the USA has just seen the episode, and with Germany not far behind, we’ve decided to write about a visit two of the Sherlockology team members made a couple of weeks ago, while at a loose end in London.
Enter Mark Gatiss as the blood-freezingly scary Mr Snow in Being Human!
Please note the Guardian article contains some spoilers for Sherlock series 2.
A lot of people have asked about the website recently (as in when is it going to be ready). We are working on it as much as we can (we all have full time jobs so weekends and evenings are the only chance we get to work on updates) and hope to have it ready to go live in a couple of weeks. In the mean time here is a sneak peek at what we’ve been doing…
SHERLOCK SERIES 2 - FIRST OFFICIAL PHOTO
The boys really are on their way back to our screens and here’s the first official promotional photo released to prove it.
Without the London backdrop, our skills of deduction suggest to us this was taken during the making of ‘The Hounds of Baskerville’ (Written by Mark Gatiss, Directed by Paul McGuigan and guest starring Russell Tovey.) Although this was the first episode to be filmed, it will appear as the second episode in Series 2.
Welcome back Sherlock and John - we have missed you!