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Sherlock's Christmas special gets a new photo.
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If you somehow think that Benedict Cumberbatch only serves the world as Kahn and Martin Freeman's only role is as a hobbit, you would do well to remember they work splendidly together in a little BBC show called Sherlock

We can forgive your forgetfulness; it's been close to two years since we've heard anything from the detecting duo.

Nevertheless, we knew that they would return for a Christmas special later this year. And we also knew they would be going back in time for a special Edwardian/Victorian adventure.

And now, thanks to the BBC we have the first photo showing what they will look like in their 1800s duds.

According to the Evening Standard:

The 38-year-old actor's chocolate doppelganger was created to celebrate the launch of television channel Drama on the new on-demand service uktvplay.co.uk following a national poll which named the Oscar nominated star as Britain's best looking television drama actor.
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Soon you might be able to ride around in a TARDIS or soar over 221B Baker Street in a giant ferris wheel.

BBC Worldwide has signed a deal with London Resort Company Holdings to feature characters from its shows in an amusement park that is expected to open in 2020.

This means themed rides and attractions featuring characters and elements from "Doctor Who," "Sherlock," and "Top Gear" among others.

It will "combine the glamour of Hollywood with the best of British culture," according to The Guardian.

The $3.14 billion London Paramount resort is being constructed in Kent and – in addition to the rides – there will be a water attraction, a 2,000-seat theatre and 5,000 hotel rooms.

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Producer Sue Vertue tweeted this pic of John and Sherlock as they'll appear in the special, which is set to premiere next Christmas before season 4 the following year. So close, yet so far.

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