@mitchroutman got the most darling photo of @rattyburvil and #mattsmith reuniting! #doctorwho love (x)
so karen just retweeted this and you can almost hear the pride
Hello fuckyeahmofftisstweets followers!
Your admin (here for a shorter time) Amy here. I’ll be away on hiatus for my end-of-year exams (APs/SATs) so the blog will be a bit quiet for the next couple of weeks, unless our other admin posts a bit. I should be back by the end of May, so I will see you all then!
If anyone is willing to maybe help us co-run the blog a bit so it won’t be dead, it would be truly appreciated. Please send me an ask ASAP. Thank you!
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Principal photography has begun today on the second episode of Sherlock Series Three.
Sherlock S3E2: The Sign of Three
Written by Stephen Thompson, Directed by Colm McCarthy
The episode will film over the next few weeks and will complete shooting next month. Following the wrap on The Sign of Three, a long scheduled break in production will occur to allow cast and crew to fulfil other commitments. Production will then resume later in the summer with the filming of Sherlock S3E3. The final episode in Series Three will be written by Steven Moffat, but the director is currently unannounced.
As previously noted, this is the first time the episodes in a series of Sherlock are being produced in episode order. Series One saw production begin with S1E3: The Great Game, followed by S1E2: The Blind Banker and S1E1: A Study in Pink, while Series Two commenced with S2E2: The Hounds of Baskerville, then S2E3: The Reichenbach Fall and S2E1: A Scandal in Belgravia.
And finally, as we said when S3E1: The Empty Hearse started production, these are our promises to our readers:
- We will never reveal ANY plot spoilers for the new series ahead of the broadcast of the new episodes unless they are officially sanctioned for release by the production team.
- We are not able to publicise any location filming that we may become aware of ahead of time due to issues of confidentiality, and the possibility of impacting the work of the cast and crew. Large numbers of people standing in a crowd have the potential to affect the filming, and we will be trying our best to ensure the crew has a minimum of disruption.