"Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows" London premiere

I watched the premiere of "Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows" online yesterday and I enjoyed it! It was small and cozy; all actors and Guy Ritchie came, smiled and were interviewed by Edith Bowman.

Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law seem to become good friends. Robert was in a great mood, he danced a little (to entertain us or to get warmer). But I have one question for Jude Law. I'm just curious is there any tradition which makes actors stop shaving after they made a big film? Every time some actor finished filming, he starts appearing with a huge beard. Weird.

The weather was cold, men were wearing suits, scarves and coats, but Noomi Rapace, who played the main female part in this film, was in a strapless gown. I hope she didn't become an ice sculpture. She talked about how she was preparing for her Gypsy role, planning even to live in a camp, but she hadn't enough time for this. Noomi Rapace enjoyed working with such talented men and now she considers herself as "one of the boys."

Jared Harris doesn't look like a villain at all and seems to be a very cheerful person. But I hope his Professor Moriarty is persuasive.

Stephen Fry called Guy Ritchie "an extraordinary filmmaker." He portrayed Mycroft Holmes, Sherlock's brother. Can't wait to see what his role in this story is.

More about "Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows"!

Jared Harris

Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law

Jude Law

Robert Downey Jr.

Stephen Fry

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