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Friday, 10 October 2008

First Look at Downey Jr as Sherlock Holmes or should that be Chaplin

Here is the first peek of Robert Downey Jr as Sherlock Holmes in Guy Ritchie's movie. Looks a bit scruffy to me so I imagine Holmes could be undercover as he was known to do. However, he does bring to mind a certain Charlie Chaplin pic that starred a certain Robert Downey Jr! Still he was great in that and he has been going great guns on all his recent acting roles. I have faith this will be good. Not sure how the Ritchie style will translate to the period feel of the piece. Just Jared had the pics. What do you think of them?


Squirrel Girl said...

I don't know about this. Still don't think Guy Ritchie is the right choice for the movie

Live for films said...

Squirrel Girl I know what you mean. Think he works great with the modern day gangsters but something doesn't seem quite right about the Ritchie doing it. I have faith in Robert Downey Jr though.