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E! News — Robert Downey Jr. Goes Drag for Sherlock Holmes

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Live with SHERLOCK HOLMES 2's Robert Downey Jr. and Guy Ritchie→


CineMovie sits down with the cast and filmmakers of SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS Saturday and we’ll be live tweeting and posting from the press conference. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for updates.

Robert Downey Jr., Noomi Rapace, Jared Harris, director Guy Ritchie, and producer Joel Silver will be promoting their film.  Robert Downey Jr.’s wife Susan Downey will also be part of the conference along with screenwriters Michele Mulroney and Kieran Mulroney, and Academy Award-winning composer Hans Zimmer. 

Official video interviews of the cast of Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, including Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law, Noomi Rapace, Jared Harris, Kelly Reilly, and Stephen Fry.

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Sherlock Holmes, ahhhhh I am excited!:)

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Sherlock Holmes II: A Game of Shadows (cinema, 16/11/11, german)

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Two more TV spots for Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows. Watch the other one at the source.

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Robert Downey Jr. in a featurette for Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (watch here).

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On the Set: Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law talk ‘Sherlock Holmes’

The script, director Guy Ritchie and the actors put a 21st century spin on the 19th century sleuth.

By Eric Pape, Special to the Los Angeles Times November 6, 2011

Reporting from Didcot,— This much is clear: It’s 1891, a year after their first adventure, and the great English detective and Dr. Watson are facing off with Professor Moriarty, a mysterious, peripheral character from their initial blockbuster.

Ask the creative forces behind “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows” for more details on the new Robert Downey Jr. movie, due in theaters Dec. 16, and you’ll find tight lips. But the set here, a 40-minute train trip west from London, was rife with clues last winter.

They included two awesomely large German cannons (referred to as Big Berthas), a firefight involving a pair of dubious-looking French twins, and a handful of Gypsies, including a beautiful young gunslinger Sim (Noomi Rapace, of Stieg Larrson’s “Millennium trilogy” films).
Jude Law is back as Watson, Guy Ritchie is again directing, and on this particular day on frigid tracks outside of the Didcot train museum, Holmes’ head was scuffed up, his handshake bloody.

So what’s happening?

"Well clearly," Downey said laughing and gesturing to Law, "he’s the one who just rescued me."

Like their Holmes-Watson characters, Downey and Law make complementary interview partners: Law plays the thoughtful professional actor, while Downey is more of a sassy, exuberant ham.

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