Mark Gatiss

Netflix Boards ‘Sherlock’ Creators’ New 'Dracula' Series

A very Victorian Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman from "Sherlock" special "The Abominable Bride". (Photo:  Courtesy of © Robert Viglasky/Hartswood Films and BBC Wales for BBC One and MASTERPIECE)

For those of you out there who are missing Sherlock – which is pretty much everyone, in truth – the creative team behind the megahit mystery series is hard at work on a new project!

No, that project is not more Sherlock, before anyone asks. But creators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss are reteaming to adapt another famous literary character for the small screen: Bram Stoker’s famous vampire. Yes, Dracula.

Watch Olivia Colman, Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz in Trailer for Period Film ‘The Favourite'

Emma Stone and Olivia Colman in the trailer for "The Favourite" (Photo: Fox Searchlight Pictures)

Indie director Yorgos Lanthimos – the man behind critical darlings The Lobster and The Killing of the Sacred Deer – is bringing his talents to the period drama genre with upcoming film The Favourite.

The movie – which upon first glance seems a bit like the English spiritual cousin of Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette – follows the story of two cousins jockeying for positions and favor at the court of Queen Anne in early 18th century England. The first trailer for the upcoming film dropped this week - and, honestly, it looks fantastic.

‘Sherlock’ Team Will Next Tackle a TV Adaptation of ‘Dracula’

A very Victorian Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman from "Sherlock" special "The Abominable Bride". (Photo:  Courtesy of © Robert Viglasky/Hartswood Films and BBC Wales for BBC One and MASTERPIECE)

Good news: The people behind Sherlock are together again, hard at work! Bad news: They are not working on more Sherlock

Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, the creative duo behind the megahit mystery series have re-teamed to bring another famous literary adaptation to the small screen. According to Variety, the two are in talks to tackle an adaptation of Bram Stoker classic Dracula

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