Game of Thrones: Sherlock’s Mark Gatiss to make his way to GOT’s fourth season, but we’re kept in the dark about character details
Sherlock and Game of Thrones news in one… it’s enough to get anyone flustered… indeed, Sherlock is coming to Game of Thrones’ fourth season… but possibly not as you think.
Rather than talking in riddles, we’ll get straight to the point, it has today been announce that Mark Gatiss will appear in the fourth season of highly successful HBO drama, Game of Thrones.
Gatiss has done just about everything over the past few years as he is the co-creator and co-star of British cult drama, Sherlock and he has also written Doctor Who novels and episodes for the BBC – he’s even acted on the series as well!
For those of you that aren’t familiar with Sherlock (firstly, I’d throw my hands in the air and do a little sigh and then send you off to watch it), Gatiss is set to play Sherlock’s mysterious brother Mycroft in the forthcoming season of the show.
We’d like to spill the beans on what sort of character he will be playing on Game of Thrones, but HBO isn’t too keen on giving out that sort of intel at the moment (boooo!). Gatiss’ role is being kept very much under wraps for now, but who knows, showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss may cave under the pressure and reveal some info during Game of Thrones’ Comic-Con panel later this week.
Meanwhile, Gatiss is set to make an appearance at the first ever Sherlock Comic-Con panel on Thursday afternoon at the annual San Diego geek-fest, so you never know what may be said there, either.
Comic-Con kicks off tomorrow in San Diego and we’ll be bringing you all the latest updates as they happen.