:-(

Sep. 26th, 2012 11:29 pm
goldvermilion87: (GRAND MOFF)
The Grand Moff has deleted his twitter account! 

Oh well.  I only go onto twitter every few weeks -- usually when I hear of something else hilarious happening on his account.

And to be fair, the "fans" are incredibly rude to him on twitter... 

I loved his snarky replies, though.

Also... I NOW HAVE TO WAIT SEVERAL DAYS FOR THE ANGELS TAKE MANHATTAN!

GAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
goldvermilion87: (GRAND MOFF)
They must have a more concrete time goal now, if they're teasing us about it.  Right? 

RIGHT?
goldvermilion87: (GRAND MOFF)
Moffat has put the three teaser words for Series 3 of Sherlock.  I have an idea of what stories he's talking about, but I'm not even going to think about it anymore, much less discuss it with you guys.

In other words, the PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE DON'T MENTION ANYHTHING ABOUT THE NEXT SERIES OF SHERLOCK  has begun. 

And I bet I have to do this for a whole year!
goldvermilion87: (GRAND MOFF)
I now have an icon for MOFFAT AWESOMNESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Which brings me to 10 out of my 15 icons.  Because I live large.  [Posted this originally as "10 out of 5"  which would mean my icon limit was bigger on the inside.  Which would be awesome.]

Also, I live on the edge.  I stole this icon from [livejournal.com profile] litlover12 WITHOUT EVEN ASKING PERMISSION.

(because I am SO BAD (or maybe because I am INTP) I post this with a sinking fear in my stomach that the aforementioned litlover is going to PM me to inform me that I really should have asked her permission.)
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"Anything can be addressed to a child audience -- you just have to write it better"
--Steven Moffat
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"Anything can be addressed to a child audience -- you just have to write it better"
--Steven Moffat
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I think that the Sherlock fans are mad a Moffat again about something he said about Doctor Who and they assumed applied to Sherlock or vice versa.  I don't want to know it he said ANYTHING about Sherlock, even if you don't think it's spoiler-y, so please don't tell me in comments.  But I got a kick out of this tweet:

"Daleks: I was talking about THIS series. Stand down."

Do most famous people on Twitter get a lot of grief every time they say something that the crazed superfans don't like?
goldvermilion87: (Default)
I think that the Sherlock fans are mad a Moffat again about something he said about Doctor Who and they assumed applied to Sherlock or vice versa.  I don't want to know it he said ANYTHING about Sherlock, even if you don't think it's spoiler-y, so please don't tell me in comments.  But I got a kick out of this tweet:

"Daleks: I was talking about THIS series. Stand down."

Do most famous people on Twitter get a lot of grief every time they say something that the crazed superfans don't like?
goldvermilion87: (Default)


Just reading some screencaps of twitter that [livejournal.com profile] princealia kindly took and shared with me.  They are in response to this quotation from Mark Gatiss "Steve wanted to do the twisted love story [A Scandal in Bohemia],"  :

so PLEASE don't write that in.  PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE.  I've admired your interpretation of Sherlock but you're wrong this time

I know there's almost no chance of you reading this BUT FOR THE LOVE OF GOD SHERLOCK WAS NOT IN LOVE WITH IRENE ADLER

if you wrote it so that he is you will have a LOT of angry fans.  Series 1 was amazing, but it would ruin Series 2

I agree with @microgabs.  Read A Scandal in Bohemia.  HOLMES WAS NOT IN LOVE WITH ADLER

You're probably getting this a lot, but the 'twisted love story' between Holmes and Adler never existed;  He simply admired her

I AM LAUGHING MY HEAD OFF AT MY COMPUTER!!!!

(And also feeling mildly sorry for Moffat... though he did choose to have a twitter account...)

And I only have two things to say.

1. If you really think Moffat is a genius, trust that he will use the talents and experience, that you, the random fan who thinks Benedict Cumberbatch is hot may just possibly not have, to make a great Series 2.  [Since when did thinking Cumberbatch was hot make us film critics/producers/writers/directors?  Oh, it doesn't?  Really?]

2. Irene Adler was once in love with the King of Bohemia, and they got a picture taken together that was "compromising" and then he ditched her because he was sort of a jerk, and now he wants to marry a princess whose family cares if he messed around with women or not, and Irene is holding this picture over his  head as blackmail, but as it turns out, she wants to marry her solicitor, Charles Norton.

Twisted love story, anyone?

Also, still giggling over the  twitter.  If I actually knew how to use twitter, I would probably waste lots of time snarfling over it.  Good thing I don't.  :-)
 

ADDITION:

Wasn't Moffat the one on the audio commentary who was MOST adamant that Sherlock admired Irene, rather than loved her?  I think he was, and then Gatiss was a little... eh, maybe he really LOVED Irene... but he could only love her because she was unattainable. 

I'm too lazy to check, but I seem to recall that.

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