The Victorian version of Sherlock is coming to the big screen, executive producer Steven Moffat announced to Comic-con today. When it comes out in “the next year, we hope,” the EP said, the Christmas special of the BBC and PBS co-produced Benedict Cumberbatch led series be released in “select theatres” around the world. A sneak peek shown before the panel started showed the Great Detective in his original 19th century garb and setting. The brief glimpse seemed to strongly and amusingly suggest that Sherlock and housekeeper Mrs. Hudson are not fans of Dr, John Watson’s writings of Holmes’ adventures with both critiquing his flourishes and tone.
When it comes to other writing, Moffat told the crowd that he actually hadn’t started writing Season 4 of the show yet.
Fellow EP Sue Vertue and actor Rupert Graves joined Moffat on stage in a full Ballroom 20. As in past years…
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