We won’t be getting any fresh Sherlock this year, but we certainly haven’t been short of gossip in the months since Benedict Cumberbatch plummeted from that roof. People are still debating how he survived that mishap by the way. Usually its Steven Moffat teasing us with hints to keep us interested, but today Andrew Scott, the man who won a Best Supporting Actor for his role as Holmes-arch-nemesis Professor Moriarty in the BBC series, who’s been tantalising us by claiming that his character’s return is not impossible, despite appearing to die in the series two climax.
“It’s very hard for him to come back. But nothing is impossible,” he told the Radio Times last night. “One of the best things about working on Sherlock was acting with Benedict. He’s a really cool guy.” “It was very important that the chemistry between the two of us was right and those scenes were written really brilliantly. That’s one of the things I’ll always remember.”
Scott explained that he wouldn’t mind playing Doctor Who if the role ever came up and told the press that a love of the original material was at the heart of Sherlock’s success. “Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss are massive Sherlock Holmes enthusiasts so I don’t think it would have worked if they hadn’t been such big enthusiasts. People forgot about the modernity of it very quickly.
沪江娱乐快讯：通常满嘴跑火车调戏群众的是史蒂文·莫法特先生（Steven Moffat），但刚刚凭借《新福尔摩斯》的莫里亚蒂（Moriaty）一角获得今年英国电影学院奖（BAFTA）最佳男配角奖的“莫娘”安德鲁·斯科特（Andrew Scott）说，尽管观众都看到第二季结尾时莫娘死了，但他的回归不是绝对不可能的。