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"The game is on. An afternoon with Mark Gatiss" el 11-11-12

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"The game is on. An afternoon with Mark Gatiss" el 11-11-12

Mensaje  Mertxines el Sáb Oct 20, 2012 10:19 am

El domingo 11 de noviembre a las 15:00 en el Criterion Theatre de Londres, Mark Gatiss patrocina el evento "The game is on. An afternoon with Mark Gatiss" para recaudar fondos para London Lesbian and Gay Switchboard.

El evento consistirá en una sesión de preguntas y respuestas a actores de la serie Sherlock. El gran ausente es Benedict (supongo que por compromisos quizás de rodajes...) pero aparte de Mark Gatiss van a estar:

Martin Freeman
Rupert Graves
Louise Brealey
Andrew Scott
Una Stubbs
Sue Vertue
Steven Moffat

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Lástima que no lo hagan una semana antes, que es cuando yo voy a estar en Londres. Menuda mala pata, porque vamos, yo habría comprado una entrada 100% fijo... Twisted Evil

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Mensaje  Ludiz el Mar Nov 06, 2012 4:19 am

Aiiiiii què hi farem!!!!

Hubiera estado genial poder verlos a todos juntos (aunque no esté Benedict...).

Tendremos que contentarnos con un par de fotos, aunque dijiste que no dejaban hacer fotos, ¿no?
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Mensaje  La Mujer el Mar Nov 06, 2012 6:27 am

Ju, podrían hacer una en España o en Barcelona *cof cof* Sad
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Mensaje  Hiromi el Mar Nov 06, 2012 6:44 am

Aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinssss Quien pudiera *sigh*
Pero bueno, por lo menos tendremos noticias frescas y segura que las afortunadas (y afortunados) que asistirán nos cubrirán bien el evento xd
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Mensaje  Ludiz el Mar Nov 06, 2012 9:54 am

La Mujer escribió:Ju, podrían hacer una en España o en Barcelona *cof cof* Sad

Fuas, si se hiciera algo así en Barcelona... ¡VAMOOOOOOOOOOOOS! jajajajajaja
Seria brutal pero me temo que aquí estamos un poco (ehem, bastante) abandonados y olvidados... Mad
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Mensaje  mebarak el Mar Nov 06, 2012 9:39 pm

Espero que no fallen ninguna pregunta jeje
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Mensaje  Mertxines el Mar Nov 06, 2012 10:46 pm

Los organizadores han dicho por Twitter esta mañana que al final Andrew Scott no podrá asistir debido a compromisos de rodaje Sad


We are very sorry to have to announce that Andrew Scott has had to withdraw from appearing at #thegameison due to filming commitments...
We are hoping that Andrew will be able to answer some of the questions that have already been submitted and we can read out his answers...


Pero también han dicho que van a grabar un audio del evento para la gente que no pueda asistir en directo Very Happy


We are also looking at making an audio recording of the event so that other Sherlock fans can enjoy it too.

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Mensaje  Ludiz el Miér Nov 07, 2012 1:21 am

Mertxines escribió:Los organizadores han dicho por Twitter esta mañana que al final Andrew Scott no podrá asistir debido a compromisos de rodaje Sad


We are very sorry to have to announce that Andrew Scott has had to withdraw from appearing at #thegameison due to filming commitments...
We are hoping that Andrew will be able to answer some of the questions that have already been submitted and we can read out his answers...


Pero también han dicho que van a grabar un audio del evento para la gente que no pueda asistir en directo Very Happy


We are also looking at making an audio recording of the event so that other Sherlock fans can enjoy it too.


Venga, primera baja! xD
¿Quién será el siguiente? jajajajajaja
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Mensaje  La Mujer el Miér Nov 07, 2012 1:57 am

Ludiz escribió:
La Mujer escribió:Ju, podrían hacer una en España o en Barcelona *cof cof* Sad

Fuas, si se hiciera algo así en Barcelona... ¡VAMOOOOOOOOOOOOS! jajajajajaja
Seria brutal pero me temo que aquí estamos un poco (ehem, bastante) abandonados y olvidados... Mad
Yo le dejo caer a TV3 (lo haría con A3, pero me pilla lejos Madrid, jajaja) que para la tercera temporada podrían hacer promoción. Con actores, jijijijji :3
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Re: "The game is on. An afternoon with Mark Gatiss" el 11-11-12

Mensaje  lulyve el Miér Nov 07, 2012 2:06 am

La Mujer escribió:
Ludiz escribió:
La Mujer escribió:Ju, podrían hacer una en España o en Barcelona *cof cof* Sad

Fuas, si se hiciera algo así en Barcelona... ¡VAMOOOOOOOOOOOOS! jajajajajaja
Seria brutal pero me temo que aquí estamos un poco (ehem, bastante) abandonados y olvidados... Mad
Yo le dejo caer a TV3 (lo haría con A3, pero me pilla lejos Madrid, jajaja) que para la tercera temporada podrían hacer promoción. Con actores, jijijijji :3
Si algún día sonara la flauta e hiciesen alguna promoción con los actores, tendríamos que hacer la gran quedada del foro, tendríamos que estar ahí tod@s, sólo de imaginarlo se me ponen los pelos como escarpias... Laughing
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Re: "The game is on. An afternoon with Mark Gatiss" el 11-11-12

Mensaje  Ludiz el Miér Nov 07, 2012 3:13 am

La Mujer escribió:
Ludiz escribió:
La Mujer escribió:Ju, podrían hacer una en España o en Barcelona *cof cof* Sad

Fuas, si se hiciera algo así en Barcelona... ¡VAMOOOOOOOOOOOOS! jajajajajaja
Seria brutal pero me temo que aquí estamos un poco (ehem, bastante) abandonados y olvidados... Mad
Yo le dejo caer a TV3 (lo haría con A3, pero me pilla lejos Madrid, jajaja) que para la tercera temporada podrían hacer promoción. Con actores, jijijijji :3

Mujer, yo te apoyo eh? xD podemos enviar mensajes masivos a TV3 hasta que se cansaran de nosotras y no tuvieran más remedio que hacernos caso Cool (claaaaaaaaaaaaro, si todo fuera tan fácil T.T ).
Les decimos que pagamos 20€ (y más si hace falta xD) por cada entrada si nos traen a los actores y creo que se llevarían unos... 7000€ ma' o meno' jajajajaja sobretodo si vamos tod@s los de aquí!


Que se note que soñar es gratis chicas Rolling Eyes




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Si algún día sonara la flauta e hiciesen alguna promoción con los actores, tendríamos que hacer la gran quedada del foro, tendríamos que estar ahí tod@s, sólo de imaginarlo se me ponen los pelos como escarpias... Laughing


Me gusta la idea lulyve, una gran quedada, un gran fiestión! Laughing Fuas, sería un super follón inmenso de fans xD me lo imagino y da un poco de miedo (aunque ahí estaría yo sin dudarlo jajajaja)
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Mensaje  Hiromi el Lun Nov 12, 2012 10:00 am

Bueno, pues aunque no se podían hacer fotos...Os dejo una que me acabo de encontrar:
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Y he una chica a descrito lo que ha pasado en su tumblr:
First of all, Ian Hallard, Gatiss’ partner (and husband) introduced the cause to us. It was a great cause and I’m really happy our ticket money mostly went to fund it. If anyone wants to check out a great organization go to the Gay and Lesbian Switchboard. They’re a hotline and they help queers with serious issues like coming out and such, but they also give advice on clubs and groups and social things to do as a queer person. They’re a small organization and mostly volunteer based and they deserve all the help they can get. Also, Ian is so adorable. I’m so glad he was there.

On to describing what happened as best as I can remember.

I don’t remember exactly what I said to mystradedoodles but it was the most accurate description of what happened. Basically, Mark Gatiss read through ALL THE E-MAIL QUESTIONS and decided on which ones he wanted to ask his “friends”. Most of them were specifically hand chosen by him for maximum embarrassment of his comrades. Loo Brealey was a frequent victim of this trolling, receiving questions such as “What is it like being in the same room as amazing, talented, handsome, wonderful men like Ben, Martin, and Andrew?”, “What is it like to be a role model?”, and such.

He specifically chose one such question for Rupert Graves when he sat down. He turned to Rupert, who was wearing an adorable scarf, his usual foxy silver hair, and that adorable little Rupert grin, and read the question: “Are you aware that despite never being seen on screen together” (cue the ENTIRE audience dying of laughter because we ALL KNEW WHAT HE WAS GOING TO ASK) “fans seem to fancy Mycroft and Lestrade together [as a couple]”. Rupert’s facial expressions were fantastic. First his eyes widened like his mind was blown. Then he started laughing along with the audience. I think Mark read more of the question at this point but I couldn’t hear, but from how Rupert responded next I can only assume it was something like “What do you think of this?” because he grinned his Rupert grin and just totally went “I AGREE!” without taking the piss at all. It was pretty much great.

The other fandom riot worthy question asked was “Will John wear red pants?” to which the entire cast was completely baffled but like “Ummm maybe?” But then Martin Freeman just sort of crossed his legs, sat back, shook his head and went “No, I know what they’re talking about” completely seriously. Mark then asked, eyebrow raised, “Do you, now?” to which Martin replied “Yes, I do. I really do.” And then proceeded to call the fans “fucking” something (dirty or shocking, I couldn’t quite hear and from the responses I’m seeing from everyone there isn’t quite an agreed on take).

There was a lot of wonderful talk about the writing process for Moffat and Gatiss and there were some really great questions about queers in the media and how it affects them. Loo went on this huge spiel about older women and the media’s image of heroines and such and it was just wonderful. I love hearing her get on her soap box because she’s so passionate and adorable and just a really wonderful woman. I wish I could remember everything she said about it but I really can’t. Sue joined in on the conversation and it was just really lovely.

Rupert also told us that he was an apprentice clown for a circus once.

Martin Freeman seemed a bit weirded out about his experience at Comic-Con. He kept, with a bit of sarcasm in his voice, calling the fans there “very enthusiastic” and that he was glad he was only there for a short while. When Martin said he really didn’t know what he’d do at a con, Gatiss then told him he really should be ruthlessly exploiting his time there.

Andrew Scott and Una Stubbs couldn’t make it, which was really quite sad, but Andrew was nice enough to answer some of the questions for Gatiss to read to us.

Which Gatiss did.

He went back stage and found a dummy.

Then he told us to pretend it was Andrew Scott.

He sat the dummy down on his knee and then proceeded to read the questions to us. And then he made the dummy talk in Andrew Scott’s voice with the answers Andrew had sent.

It was pretty much perfection.

On other notes, Loo Brealey seems to think Rupert Graves is very fine.

Rupert Graves is extremely clueless as to what happens in the fandom. Many things had to be explained to him.

Gatiss was asked at one point if he could give us any hints on how Sebastian Moran will be portrayed since he hasn’t been in the series yet, to which he replied with his evil little smirk, “Hasn’t he?”

Gatiss read a question that talked about how he is accused of writing in all the homoerotic content while Moffat is accused of taking it away, to which Moffat clarified it’s the exact opposite, and that he wrote the “date” scene at Angelo’s in the first episode to fill in more time and Gatiss read it and said “This will be all anyone will ever talk about!” Well predicted, Gatiss.

Gatiss also was also told that he was probably Jack the Ripper in his former life, which he agreed with.

Martin Freeman is sick of everyone laughing when he’s barely even opened his mouth.

None of them (meaning Martin Freeman, Mark Gatiss, Sue Vertue, Steven Moffat, Rupert Graves, or Loo Brealey) have seen Elementary and prefer to keep it that way and not comment on it. However, Gatiss called the Russian Holmes series “brilliant.” Unsure if that was sarcasm or not. Hard to tell when people are cheering and laughing?

Rupert Graves said if he was Prime Minister he’d be terrible and he’d just have way too much fun.

He also said that Lestrade wishes he had Sherlock’s mind.

Moffat said we’ll be seeing the interracial alien girlfriends from space again very soon on Doctor Who and also brought them up when the group was talking about how the media’s starting to create queer characters that are incidentally queer and not make a huge deal out of it. He also mentioned the long tongue, of course.

That’s all I can think of at the moment. I hope that’s good enough for now.
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Re: "The game is on. An afternoon with Mark Gatiss" el 11-11-12

Mensaje  Mertxines el Lun Nov 12, 2012 11:23 am

Ludiz escribió:
Mertxines escribió:Los organizadores han dicho por Twitter esta mañana que al final Andrew Scott no podrá asistir debido a compromisos de rodaje Sad


We are very sorry to have to announce that Andrew Scott has had to withdraw from appearing at #thegameison due to filming commitments...
We are hoping that Andrew will be able to answer some of the questions that have already been submitted and we can read out his answers...


Pero también han dicho que van a grabar un audio del evento para la gente que no pueda asistir en directo Very Happy


We are also looking at making an audio recording of the event so that other Sherlock fans can enjoy it too.


Venga, primera baja! xD
¿Quién será el siguiente? jajajajajaja

Una Stubbs tampoco ha estado al final, no sé porqué...

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Mensaje  Mertxines el Lun Nov 12, 2012 11:26 am

Fotos de Martin en el Criterion hoy 11-11-12:

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Mensaje  Ludiz el Lun Nov 12, 2012 11:28 am

Mertxines escribió:Fotos de Martin en el Criterion hoy 11-11-12:

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Pero qué cosilla, con ese ramo de... ¿margaritas? con el papel de plata... en fin xD
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¡Todos llevan su Popy! Laughing



Hiromi escribió:*lo estoy traduciendo*


Gràcies :')
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Mensaje  Mertxines el Lun Nov 12, 2012 11:31 am

Y un par de informes más de gente que asistió al evento. El primero es de gente de Cumberbatchweb:


The Game is On: An Afternoon with Mark Gatiss and friends at the Criterion Theatre.

It started with some cryptic tweets on the part of Ian Hallard (partner to Mark Gatiss) indicating that Sherlock fans might have something fun to look forward to in November. Then an event appeared on Ticketmaster – An Afternoon with Mark Gatiss and Friends at the Criterion Theatre in aid of the London Lesbian and Gay Switchboard. My friends and I rushed to book even though the “friends” hadn’t been announced yet – who wouldn’t want to spend an afternoon with the delightful Mark Gatiss – and in aid of such a good cause too! The next day the guest list was announced to the utter delight of Sherlock fans everywhere. Joining Mark would be Steven Moffat, Sue Vertue, Louise Brealey (Molly Hooper), Andrew Scott (Moriarty), Una Stubbs (Mrs Hudson), Rupert Graves (Inspector Lestrade) and Martin Freeman (John Watson). The event unsurprisingly sold out in seconds.
So we gathered excitedly in the Criterion Theatre for the first real Sherlock event in the UK. The event was introduced by the lovely (and frankly rather dashing) Ian Hallard who let us know a little bit more about the charity (run mostly by volunteers with only one member of staff!) that the event would be assisting. He also had the sad task of informing us that Una couldn’t make it due to filming commitments (Andrew had also previously had to withdraw for the same reason). Mark Gatiss (looking very handsome in black glasses) was then introduced and bought on several of his friends to delight the audience.

It was a truly lovely, genuinely hilarious afternoon chaired with immense warmth and wicked humour by Mark. It may sound very cheesy to say but the sheer love everyone (cast, creatives and audience alike) in that room had for Sherlock was so clear it was just really wonderful to see. No photos I’m afraid (Ian asked us all terribly nicely not to take any but there was an official photographer there so hopefully photos will be available for all to see soon) and no transcript as hopefully the audio is being released for you all to enjoy. But below are a few of the highlights from the talk for you to enjoy while you’re waiting for the audio to be released. I should sheepishly note that I ended up having a few questions asked by Mark (and having the entertainment value of hearing him mispronounce my surname each time!)

Steven and Sue were up first and they were asked whether they were surprised at the level of interest there was in Sherlock worldwide. They all agreed it had been a huge surprise and that they’d never anticipated it being as big as it is. Mark mentioned how people were coming to see him in 55 Days from all over the world and how incredibly touched he was by that.

Sue was asked whether she gets lots of actors asking her whether they can be in Sherlock and whether she felt compelled now that Sherlock was a big series to cast “names”. She laughed and said she gets it from both sides as people either desperately want to be in Sherlock (mostly as a villain) or want her to tell her husband how much they want to be in Doctor Who! She said she loved the casting process and that it’s much more exciting to find a star than to cast a star. There was a discussion of how wonderful Andrew Scott is as Moriarty and how another casting director had told them “I wanted to be the one to discover Andrew Scott!”.

A fan in the US had sent in a question mentioning how painful it was to wait so long after the initial broadcast for PBS to air the show in the States and whether there was anything American fans could do to lessen the wait. Sue mentioned that they were all very aware of the issue and were doing what they could to work on that (she mentioned that PBS’ set up is a little old fashioned in terms of almost literally having to send tapes to various outlets across the US – Sue joked that she would go and hand deliver the tapes in future instead!)

There was a question about how there is a perception that Mark is responsible for putting in the perceived homeo-erotic subtext between Sherlock and John in the series and that Steven tries to remove it and how they felt about that perception. Steven pointed out that actually it was the other way around. He said that to the extent that the subtext was there at all it came from the Pilot episode. The scene in the restaurant (Sherlock and John in Angelos’) was too short and so scrabbling around for something to extend it he wrote the accidental date scene and Mark read it and pointed out “This is all anyone will ever talk about.” Mark discussed how following in the footsteps of The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes which also had strong undertones it seemed the obvious assumption that people in a modern context would make about two bachelors living together – that they were in a relationship. He stressed strongly that they weren’t (in the joking references to Sherlock and John possibly being a couple) in any way taking the mickey out of the concept of being gay or being pejorative. Steven also pointed out that Sherlock and John live in a very good natured world and everyone makes the fond assumption that they’re together.

Other questions focused on whether they had any favourite moments from the Rathbone adaptation that they’d like to reference in Sherlock, who they’d least like to be stuck in a lift with, how long Sherlock can continue (“for as long as everyone involved keeps wanting to make it”) and how Steven came up with Madame Vashtra and Jenny in Who (including an entertainingly filthy punchline about very long tongues…).

The lovely Louise Brealey was up next wearing not one but 2 mini skirts (top one was a bit itchy apparently!) showcasing her lower toned vocal range (she’s been doing some voice work for her new play The Trojan Women). Louise discussed the present Molly got for Sherlock (the Borat mankini and Benedict’s despair when she mentioned it at Cheltenham lest he have to suffer endless manips of his head on Borat’s body), the difficulties of working at Methyr Tydfil morgue (buckets of brains, knife sharpener, gristly bits in the sink and the viewing room all contributing to a slightly tricky working environment!) and how she feels about being a role model to so many young women (she mentioned her articles in The Observer and the Evening Standard and about how she’s become “the go to woman for pubic hair!”).

Rupert Graves followed and there was genuine excitement to see him as it was his first time at anything Sherlock related. Sporting ultra short silver hair and what Mark Gatiss termed a “Bovver boy” look Rupert was incredibly sweet and looked slightly bewildered every time someone asked him a question. He said sadly he wouldn’t be doing any theatre any time soon because of his 5 children but hoped to when they were older. He was asked about his time in the circus leading to my favourite anecdote of the afternoon (rather pleased as this was my question). He said he’d left school without any qualifications and a circus had come to town and needed a clown. So they advertised at the local job centre. So Rupert got the job as an apprentice clown learning various routines and a bit of juggling. I just love the idea of getting the job of a clown via a youth training scheme at the job centre!

He was then asked (to the great amusement of the audience who were all way ahead of the question) whether he was aware of Mystrade – the popular fan fiction romantic pairing of Mycroft and Lestrade. Rupert found this hilarious and said it was absolutely true and agreed that it was so obvious when you thought about it!

Rupert also discussed Lestrade and how he feels he’s a man who gets trapped by procedure and red tape and so greatly admires Sherlock and his ability to be a bit free and maverick with his investigations.

Then John Watson himself Martin Freeman took to the stage (looking incredibly natty as ever in paisley scarf) to a cacaphony of applause (everyone was met with huge applause as they walked out but the roof practically came off the place when Martin appeared – as Mark said rather dryly “I think they like you.”) Martin was asked how aware he was about Doctor Watson before taking the role (he confessed he didn’t even know the character’s name was John) and whether he’d done any research for the role. He said he’d spoken to an army doctor who had been in Afghanistan about the realities of war out there.

Martin was also asked about The Hobbit and whether he’d seen it and was ready for the insanity of it coming out. He said he’d seen bits of it, that it looked wonderful and that he was as prepared as he could be for something that could change his life and acknowledged it could be difficult as he works very hard to keep his private life private and rarely discusses it. However he wasn’t sure how big it would get (as he pointed out people that are keen on him are already keen – would we all be more keen come December?).

Moving into the second half the audience had the opportunity to ask questions. There was a question about what each character would wish if they had the chance. Mycroft’s would be for Sherlock to work for him, Lestrade for Sherlock’s brain, Molly for a single kiss with Sherlock “with tongues” (this lead to a hilarious comment about Louise milking the crowd causing naughty Martin to ask “You want to milk Sherlock with your tongue?”) and Martin felt that John’s wish would be for Sherlock to be a bit more human and understanding about people’s need to date. And they all wished that Sherlock could film abroad!

There was a lot of discussion about the lovely Christmas party scene in A Scandal in Belgravia. Louise mentioned how excited she’d been about it because she got to go into Baker Street. Rupert discussed how there wasn’t much written for his character to do in that scene so he’d been improvising away and about his reaction to Molly in her beautiful dress & sparkly earrings.

Martin showed himself to be very clued up on fan activities when there was a question about red pants (thank you lovely people of twitter for explaining that one to me) and he confirmed he knew exactly what all that was about.

There was a discussion about how the panel had between them managed to appear in projects featuring truly iconic British characters (Hitchhikers, Who, Sherlock) and whether they wanted to take on any more. Little enthusiasm was shown for Robin Hood but Rupert’s boyish delight at the prospect of being King Arthur had to be seen to be believed!

There was an entertaining question about Benedict’s shirts on Sherlock (Louise who knows her fannish stuff pointed out how much everyone loves the purple one!) The shirts were apparently fitted for him at the beginning of series 1 but in between series 1 and 2 he bulked up considerably for Frankenstein. Benedict was meant to go on a crash diet regime to lose the bulk but didn’t (hence as Sue pointed out him looking so good in the scene at Buckingham Palace) and as a result the buttons on the shirts were really straining. Also towards the end of the shoot he was trying to put on weight for Parade’s End so Mark joked that every time he looked around Benedict was eating pudding and Sue mentioned a scene where Benedict asked her to look after his cake while he was filming!

There was a lot of good natured joshing of the absent Benedict from the slightly bizarre question sent in as to whether Benedict looks like the pale man from Pan’s Labyrinth (to the utter hilarity of all on the panel) to Mark impersonating him.

There was some fascinating in depth discussions about the portrayal of gay characters in the media and how it has changed over time and about the sad dearth of roles for older women.

The panel were asked what book they were currently reading (Steven – The Shining by Stephen King, Martin said he was a very skittish reader and was reading something about Captain Scott, Louise confessed she hadn’t been reading as she was doing The Trojan Women but had a Moomin book next to her bed which she found quite soothing and Rupert was reading The Hundred Year Old Man who Climbed out the Window and Disappeared)

The panel was asked about what show they’d like to crossover Sherlock with and Martin revealed himself to be very passionate about the show and protective of it and confessed that he had told Mark and Steven that he wouldn’t appear in any sort of Sherlock crossover Children in Need/Comic Relief type sketch. (Cue Steven joking about leaving children to starve but oh well at least Freeman stuck to his guns…)

Andrew Scott was sadly unable to attend and so Mark represented him by bringing on a green velvet clad dummy (with wandering hands no less!) and read out some of the answers he’d given (His favourite scene to film was the sequence as Richard Brooks talking to Sherlock, he considered it an honour to work with Una and he didn’t keep the Westwood suit as as much as he liked it he felt like a prick walking around in it!)

Finally the panel was asked about their favourite Reichenbach theory. Mark got Martin to repeat some of his lines before Mark wandered off stage to get a prop that would explain how Sherlock survived.

And returned holding a can of Red Bull…


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“The Game Is On”, An Afternoon with Mark Gatiss, 11 November 2012

A summary of the proceedings of the afternoon with members of the Sherlock cast and production team. I believe that a proper full transcript will be published in due course.

Not a good start to the afternoon when I arrived with my ticket for seat K22 only to find that row K ended at seat 21 … Only my friend Verity will understand my thought of “Not again!” and I won’t bore you with the reasons, but after I wailed to an usher who chased off back to the ticket office to investigate, she came back and assured me that the ticket had been mis-numbered and my seat really was number 21. I wasn’t fully reassured and was convinced that someone would come in late and insist that I’d nicked their seat! But luckily, despite the website saying that the seat was a restricted view, it was a really good seat, all on its own so I didn’t annoy anyone else with my constant scribbling all through the afternoon.

The theatre went very dark once the team arrived onstage, so I was literally writing blind, which was okay while I was keeping going but whenever I stopped and then re-started I later found that I had written over the previous line. These notes may therefore be a little confused!

Ian Hallard came on to do the introduction and reminded us that Andrew Scott had had to pull out several days previously but – because people had had the opportunity to email questions to the team in advance – he had provided answers to some of the questions directed specifically to him. Ian continued that sadly Una Stubbs had also had to pull out at short notice. As the audience groaned, Ian said, “Shall we just go home?”! He then added, “And Martin Freeman has …” before stopping and grinning.

When Mark Gatiss came on, he reassured us, “I will be playing Una Stubbs in the second half.”

Steven Moffatt and Sue Vertue came on for the first set of questions and were asked if they – along with Mark – were genuinely surprised how popular the show immediately became. Steven said they would genuinely have been happy if the only award they had won had been from an obscure Polish TV station – “not that there’s anything wrong with that” – but they really didn’t anticipate what a sensation the show would be or Benedict becoming a god overnight after being that bloke you couldn’t remember with the funny name.

When talking about casting, Mark said, “A couple of directors said to me afterwards, ‘You bastard - I wanted to discover Andrew Scott!’”

Someone asked on behalf of American fans whether there was any way to speed up the arrival of Series 3 on PBS. “Illegal downloads,” joked Mark.

There was much hilarity over how the writers felt about the perceived homoeroticism in the series, plus an argument about which one of them was putting it in and who was then making him take it out again. The “not his date” bit and subsequent misunderstanding in the restaurant scene in A Study in Pink had basically been inserted because they needed to make the scene longer and even at the time Mark told Steven, “This is all that everyone will ever talk about [in relation to that scene]!”

Mark added that Sherlock’s and John’s friendship is so strong that the misunderstanding over their relationship is fun. They live in a world where their friends make a fond assumption that they’re a couple. Steven added that it’s the same with Irene: why does it have to be about sex? It’s fascination that Sherlock and Irene feel for each other, not desire. Of course it’s a love story between Sherlock and John and between Sherlock and Irene, but it’s not really about sex. He thought that having a relationship with Sherlock would be awful: just as you were hoping for some fun, Sherlock would look blank and wander off!

They were asked how long they intend to do Sherlock. After some (hopefully!) ominous comments about whether Sherlock will even survive the end of series 3, Sue said, “We’d like to do it for as long as everyone’s interested.” Mark added that he’d love to see the characters reach their fifties in a similar way to the Rathbone series.

Asked about the back story between Sherlock and Mycroft, they talked about the omitted scene from The Great Game which had alluded to why their relationship had gone so sour. Steven said that at that stage they were a little nervous about including anything historical which wasn’t in the canon. Sue pointed out that – although you couldn’t see it – all the Christmas cards in Scandal were to John except for just one for Sherlock, producing a loud heart-broken “Awww!” from the audience.

Louise Brealey then came on, blushing and very embarrassed by all the applause and whooping.

She was asked what had been in the Christmas present to Sherlock, and replied that she had already answered that question recently when she said that it was a lime green Borat mankini. “I need to think of something else!” she said. “I can’t keep expecting people to laugh at that!”

The next question asked about funniest moments on the set. Loo paused for a long time and Mark finally said on her behalf, “Nothing at all!”

She was asked why she thought Molly chose to be a pathologist. “Because they don’t answer back?” she hazarded. The group got into a discussion about some of the horrors of the Merthyr Tydfil morgue, though Loo remembered that one of the team – she couldn’t remember his name but described him as “the man in the wellies” – had told her something interesting: you can’t tell the difference between a smoker’s lungs and the lungs of someone who has lived in a city.

Mark began to read the next question to Loo: “What was it like to be in a scene with three gorgeous actors – Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman and … Andrew Scott.” At this he threw down his clipboard and went into a mock-sulk until someone in the audience yelled, “We love you, Mark!”

Introducing Rupert Graves, Mark said, “In Maurice, Rupert shared a passionate scene with James Wilby – a great moment in many men’s lives.” “And women’s!” added Loo.

“What do you think Lestrade brings to the show?” Mark asked Rupert. “Dimness?” suggested Rupert.

Mark pointed out that in the canon Lestrade is portrayed as a ferret-faced man, prompting Rupert to do a hilarious impression of a ferret’s face! Mark added that in the books Sherlock has no problem being smarter than a man who can barely tie his own shoelaces.

The rumour that Rupert ran away when he was young to join a circus isn’t true, although he did work in a circus but got the job through the job centre. Amongst other skills he learned during his time there, he learned how to wrangle Shetland ponies!

“How do you resemble Lestrade?” Mark asked. “Well, we look alike,” said Rupert, “and on certain filming days we dress alike!”

Mark hesitated slightly before commencing the next question. “Are you aware that despite never being onscreen together …” He didn’t need to go any further as the audience let out a massive cheer! Mark finally finished the question: “… a good number of fans fancy Mycroft and Lestrade together?” Rupert seemed to be completely up for it!

Martin Freeman was introduced at this point and was asked how much he had known about the Sherlock Holmes canon before he began working on the show. He admitted that although – like pretty much everyone – he knew of the detective stories, he hadn’t even known that Watson’s first name was John.

He said it was a well-known story that he had been wary when he had started to read the script of A Study in Pink, worrying that the modernisation might be too “hip”, but he’d been convinced within about three pages.

He didn’t do any firearms training before filming but he did have conversations with an army doctor. Being born in Aldershot and being brought up around the military, Martin said that until he was six he thought he was a soldier, but it was at that age that he realised that he never wanted to kill anyone or be shot.

Asked about the chemistry between actors, he said that he couldn’t take any credit for the chemistry between himself and Benedict, or Sherlock and John, because even good actors can only fake it to a certain degree but it just worked between the two of them. He continued, “At the risk of cosying up to my employer, the writing helps.”

The next question asked about The Hobbit. Martin said that he actually hasn’t seen much of it. “I’ve only seen bits while I was doing ADR [Additional Dialogue Recording].”
Mark: “You’ve only seen the first ten hours, haven’t you?”
Martin: “Yeah – and he’s still in Bag End at the moment.”

He can’t help but be a little concerned about whether the fame of the film will be an incursion on his life. “Will people be more keen on me after the sixteenth of December? I don’t know,” he shrugged.

After a break, the team came back and Mark opened up questions to the audience. I found it fascinating how, when some people asked very inappropriate questions about fandom, there were indignant cries from many others, though the team were gracious and still did their best to answer, even if they deliberately diverted from the original question quickly on occasions. When someone ludicrously asked about whether John Watson might be seen wearing red pants in Season 3, the others claimed to have no idea why such a question should be asked but Martin said he knew exactly what it was all about.

Asked what each of them is reading at the moment, Martin didn’t have a clue and had to call on Amanda Abbington – sitting in the audience – to tell him!
Mark added at the end, “I can’t read.”

They were asked if any of them had ever had the chance to, or had wanted to, use lines from episodes of Sherlock. Rupert said he tried to do the Meretricious/And A Happy New Year line once but had got it completely wrong. “Did someone say, ‘Meritocracy’?” asked Martin. Steven said he keeps waiting for the chance to say, “Mr. Holmes, they were the footprints of a gigantic hound!”

Someone asked whether the producers considered that fanart is copyright infringement.
Sue (a little uncomfortably): “What do they say about flattery?”
Steven: “It’s prosecutable!”
They added that some of it really is beautiful, then Steven continued, “And some of it’s been frankly disturbing!”
Trying to move on, Mark said jokingly, “Could we have a question from a man?!” Steven added, “Someone pop out and find one!”

Asked about their first encounters with gay characters on TV and their perception of how such portrayals have changed over the years, Mark started the answer by saying that the first gay character for most of the people on stage would probably have been Mr. Humphreys in Are You Being Served? Loo piped up, “I didn’t know he was gay!” “Molly Hooper’s love life explained,” said Steven instantly.
Mark said that back then, gay characters were always figures of fun; nowadays they’re far more integrated and are frequently just regular characters. The real achievement, he feels, is that they’re incidentally gay. He went on, “… and all the wonderful shades of grey …” which stopped him dead as the audience let out a huge shout of laughter, prompting him to bury his head in his hands!

Someone asked about Sebastian Moran and how they intended to bring him into the series. Mark carefully quoted nothing but canon about his perception of the character, then continued, “I can’t say any more or it would spoil the surprise.” “Or the lack of it,” added Steven pointedly.

Someone asked whether they would ever consider doing a crossover with another series. “Are You Being Served,” Mark said promptly. Martin said that he has already told the producers that he will never agree to do a sketch for something like Comic Relief. He said he would not want to be in a scene where John Watson is cosying up to a character from Doctor Who. Steven added dramatically, “Those children will simply starve!”

Asked about how they almost always tend to refer to the Rathbone version of Sherlock Holmes stories rather than Brett, Steven said that he grew up with the Rathbone version but thought that Jeremy Brett did an amazing reinterpretation of Holmes. Up until then everyone had done Holmes like Rathbone. He felt that Brett was incredibly brave to re-invent him. On a similar topic, he said that if you’re going to re-invent a story, there has to be something that will make it new and exciting.

They were asked if there was anything within the Doyle stories which couldn’t be brought into the series because it’s too enmeshed in Victoriana. Mark thought that parts of The Adventure of the Yellow Face definitely had some sections which would be impossible to modernise.

This led on to a question of whether there were other canonical stories the writers want to do.
Steven: “Yes.”
Audience member: “That you can talk about?”
Steven and Mark (simultaneously): “No.”
Steven added that one of the great things about Doyle’s stories is that they’re written in such a way that you can take the Victoriana out and they still work.

The gang were asked what their character would most like.
Mark said that Mycroft worries about Sherlock and would like him to be working in an office somewhere safe. “He would also like to film abroad!” he added.
Rupert: “Lestrade would like Sherlock’s brain.”
Steven: “… pickled in a jar!”
Loo: “Just a kiss …”
The audience: “Awwww!”
Loo: “… with tongue!”
Martin: “John would like Sherlock to be a bit more human; he just wants him to calm the hell down. He’d like him to be more understanding when John wants to date [women] … and he would like it to happen in Jamaica.”
Steven: “I’m sensing a theme here!”

After someone asked if there was any possibility that Moriarty – being as clever as Sherlock – might have faked his death too, Mark found a question which hadn’t been asked from amongst the emailed ones which asked, “What do you think Moriarty was feeling at the end of Season 2?” He answered, “Nothing! He’s dead!”

Mark then brought on a mannequin which he sat half on his lap and said that it was Andrew coming on to answer his questions, then did such a hilarious attempt at Andrew’s voice that the audience drowned out the next lines with their laughter.

It was Steve Thompson’s idea that Mark should play Mycroft. Mark was demonstrating how he was going to audition for the role of Peter Mandelson, and Steve said that he ought to play Moriarty. “… because he is evil!” interjected Steven. They added that this gave them the idea of Mark looking like he is Moriarty until it’s revealed who he really is.

When asked if they would get on with Sherlock if he was a real-life person, Loo said, “I think he’s a bit of a cock. I don’t need that in my life!”

The team were asked which were their favourite bits to film.
Martin: “I didn’t enjoy any of it, but I suppose the most tolerable …”
Mark enjoyed the scene on the aeroplane in Scandal, despite the chaos of the extras falling asleep and then yawning just as the actors nailed their lines.
Loo loved the Christmas scene because it was the first time she had been in the Baker Street set.
Martin: “And I suppose I enjoyed being at Ben’s grave!”
Rupert said he also loved the party at Baker Street because he didn’t have to do anything. Steven pointed out that you really have to watch Lestrade’s reactions when Sherlock tells him his wife is sleeping with someone else.

What makes John special to Sherlock?
Mark: “His shoes.”
This was followed by some serious answers which I didn’t catch, then Mark added, “… but mostly it’s his silky hair.”

What’s your favourite Reichenbach theory?
Mark: “It’s all there, if you look.”
Martin: “I trot out the party line [when people ask], but it makes people want to punch me.”
Mark then stood up and re-enacted the last lines of the rooftop scene, taking Sherlock’s role while Martin did John’s lines, then Mark said, “Goodbye, John,” put his phone down, picked up a can of Red Bull and cracked it open, bringing the house down.



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Mensaje  Mertxines el Lun Nov 12, 2012 8:33 pm

Más fotos de ayer: de Rupert antes de empezar el evento, y de Mark y Rupert durante el evento (atención a los caretos que ponen, se estaban tronchando de risa).

(Seguro que fue cuando Mark le dijo a Rupert que la gente emparejaba a Mycroft con Lestrade, aunque no hayan compartido ninguna escena Razz:P

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Otra de Rupert, Louise y Martin hecha de estrangis:

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Mensaje  Ludiz el Lun Nov 12, 2012 11:44 pm

Las dos primeras de éstas son buenisimas xD
Vaya ataque de risa el de Mark, me encanta jajajajajaja (es risa maligna, ¿eh?  Laughing  )
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Mensaje  Elemental el Lun Nov 12, 2012 11:48 pm

Mertxines escribió:Fotos de Martin en el Criterion hoy 11-11-12:

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Mensaje  Mertxines el Lun Nov 12, 2012 11:50 pm

Otras impresiones de una chica inglesa de 16 años que asistió al evento:

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THINGS WHAT I LEARNT YESTERDAY AT THE GAME IS ON

Ian Hallard is adorable
Sue Vertue is just really lovely
Steven Moffat is a practising lesbian and has been for many years
Loo likes wearing two skirts and talking about pubic hair a lot
Mark would have preferred to do the thing with binmen, juding by the amount of times he tried to introduce them instead of the listed guests
Rupert got a bus to run away to join the circus
Mark calls him “Rupes”. I am going to do that now.
Rupes knows how to turn water into confetti like Jesus
He actually does have five children
Maybe
He would also be up for some Mystrade
And Mark really likes Maurice and keeps trying to get Lestrade to reference it in the show
Martin Freeman is ridiculous
And Amanda is lovely. She helps Martin remember what book he’s reading
The last one he finished was “Scott of the Antarctic”
Mark mentioned Joss Whedon
And Romney
AND MARK KNOWS MY NAME
AND HAS WATCHED PAN’S LABYRINTH
MY
NAME
HELP
ASDHJJKL;DSDFGHJK
Loo and Sue were really cute when they were scared people would fall off the balconies because they were leaning too far over to see the stage
Steve’s and Sue’s children will now starve because Martin refuses to do Wholock
Martin thinks we’re “fucking shocking”
And they all knew about the porn
Apart from Rupes
But he does now
Martin is very touchy-feely
But then Mark is too - he stroked Martin’s face
It’s really weird when you ship two characters in a show and then the actors are sitting next to each other and getting along really well
Mark REALLY liked the comparison between Benedict and pale man
Judging by the number of times he mentioned it (heeeeeeeeheeeee that was meeee)
Apparently it’s how he survived Reichenbach
None of them like being in the morgue (Loo said you can see “grisly bits” down the drains, and Mark had a “bit of a wobble” whilst filming Series 2 there)
But Martin said he liked “standing by Ben’d grave”
And then Mark did the hands over eyes thing again (pale man impression)
And I nearly died
He also does the best Andrew Scott impression
And likes to pretend that Andrew’s a dummy
This dummy groped him
And apparently Sherlock survives Reichenbach with Red Bull
Basically, this has just proved that they are all lovely, funny, clever people.

And that’s great.

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Mensaje  La Mujer el Mar Nov 13, 2012 2:25 am

Jo, qué guay. El traductor no me va, así que lo leeré todo si alguna alma caritativa lo traduce :'( Pero me gusta mucho que hagan estas cosas con los fans, demuestra que le tienen mucho cariño a lo que hacen y demás. Aunque no vendría mal un tour por el extranjero (jejejejeje) xD
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Mensaje  Mertxines el Lun Nov 19, 2012 9:19 pm

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Mensaje  lulyve el Lun Oct 06, 2014 12:15 am

No sabía muy bien dónde poner esto, igual tendría que abrir un nuevo post, pero como aún no se sabe en realidad de qué va a ir esto, de momento lo dejo por aquí y si se confirma que es sobre Sherlock, pues ya abrimos post.
El viernes el maridito de Gatiss publicó esto en twitter
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Tiene pinta de que este año tienen previsto hacer algo parecido o similar a lo que hicieron el año pasado para recaudar fondos para LLGS (London Lesbian & Gay Swichtboard), a ver si hay suerte y también es con el reparto de Sherlock y esta vez sí estará Ben,  porque este año sí está en Londres Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
Ya nos enteraremos esta semana
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