Friday, August 2, 2013

BBC Sherlock - Season 3 Teaser Trailer - He is back!


BBC Sherlock Season 3 teaser trailer - Benedict Cumberbatch returns as Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as moustached John Watson


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The teaser trailer for Season 3 of BBC Sherlock has premiered. Benedict Cumberbatch returns as Sherlock Holmes as do the rest of the regular cast. The highlight of the teaser has to be the moustached Martin Freeman as John Watson.




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10 comments:

  1. It will probably be hilarious to hear Sherlock opinion of Watson's mustache! The teaser really does not show much but it certainly makes me excited for the new season.

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    1. Thanks James.

      I agree about Watson's new look. I think the teaser has been executed very well - does not give much away, but raises one's anticipation levels.

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  2. Now you've got me so excited about the upcoming series, I can hardly wait! Although, I prefer a clean-shaven Watson. Thanks for all the update, Buddy.

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    1. You are welcome, Kathleen.

      The teaser is hands down the best news for us Sherlock Holmes fans .... since the end of Season 2 of Sherlock :)

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  3. I am so excited about this! But it is sooooo weird to see Martin/John with a moustashe... (I'm finding it hilarious that that's the biggest thing I've seen people comment on about the trailer, though...)

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  4. It's obvious I'm going to have to delve deep into Sherlock to understand this cult around both the show and Cumberbatch as this 'definitive' take on the character that apparently no one before or since has ever or will ever match. Hopefully w/school letting up a bit I can devote some time to Seasons 1 & 2.

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    1. Thanks Rick.

      I can sense the sarcasm dripping behind your remarks.

      It only takes an appreciation for the original stories of Arthur Conan Doyle to enjoy Sherlock.

      I understand from your previous comments, that you have a strong dislike for Steven Moffat's work, based on your experiences with his take on Dr Who.

      I am completely unfamiliar with both the Dr Who mythology and Steven Moffat's previous efforts. Sherlock has been my introduction not only to Steven Moffat but also Benedict Cumberbatch and pretty much the rest of the cast and crew.

      Personally speaking, I consider Vasily Livanov's performance as the definitive take on the iconic detective. While I do appreciate Sherlock, I am very aware of the departures taken from the Canon. I still like the show and think of it to be a very good modern adaptation.

      I respect your thoughts and believe in the proverb: "To each his own".

      Thanks once again for stopping by.

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    2. I am a bit spoiled since I grew up w/Brett (who is my definitive Holmes. Only Rathbone can equal Brett's interpretation). I also like Cumberbatch as an actor (minus Star Trek Into Darkness...I all but shouted "HELL NO!" when we got the Big Reveal).

      I wouldn't have a problem w/Sherlock if it weren't for the fans. The few I've met personally truly seem to think Conan Doyle is this shadow who just exists somewhere 'out there' w/a vague connection to Holmes, but who also think Moffat & Gatiss came up with all the plots. Also, I ask them about Rathbone or Brett and I get blank stares. One of them hadn't heard of either!

      I don't think I'll hate the show; the hard-core fans convinced no one played Sherlock before or won't watch any other Holmes save Downey, Jr. on the other hand...

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    3. Thanks Rick for the reply.

      I too enjoy the performances of Brett and Rathbone. Arthur Wontner, Peter Cushing and Douglas Wilmer are some of my other favorites.

      I agree with you that the Sherlock fandom have the tendency to go over the top in their love for the show and the lead actors. Their ignorance of Arthur Conan Doyle as well as the classic performances of Brett, Rathbone and other actors can be as surprising as was Holmes' ignorance of the Solar system to Dr Watson!

      My humble opinion is to ignore such fans and just enjoy the show for what it is: a smartly executed modern update to the original stories. Arthur Conan Doyle is my all time favorite author and I have read the original stories many times over. I can vouch for the show being a very informed and at the same time, a fresh take on the Canon.

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