Dexter Fletcher, director designated for Sherlock Holmes 3 with Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law, explains the status of the project, which still fails to take off.
Where have you been Sherlock Holmes 3 with Robert Downey Jr. And Jude Law? Eleven years have passed since the last chapter (just the second) and fans have long been asking for a new adventure. Long ago the project transitioned from Guy Ritchieremained as producer, to the director Dexter Fletcher, behind Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocketman. Fletcher himself explained to Collider how things are …
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Sherlock Holmes 3 with Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law, the status of the work
The Sherlock of Robert Downey Jr. and the Watson’s Jude Law after all, they were used little, considering the success of Sherlock Holmes (2009) and Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (2011). After a decade of waiting, the only vague promise fans have gotten is that, a few months ago, of a couple of unspecified spin-offs for HBO Max, co-produced by Downey Jr. but without him, promised above. sea after the change at the top of Warner Bros. after the merger with Discovery. Dexter Fletcherlong ago appointed director for Sherlock Holmes 3told Collider the following:
The pandemic derailed it. I think it will be done, it has to be done. I don’t know the timing, unfortunately, but I firmly believe that it must be done. Is fantastic. The point is to have the right people in the right place, at the right time. That is the question. It was one of those cruel tricks of fate, the pandemic it hit and the wind blew people around the world. But I know there is a huge appetite for the film, I’m sure there are other people besides me who know it well. For me it should be done because it is brilliant. I hope so very much.
“I hope so very much“It’s not reassuring, said by the designated director. It just looks like that Sherlock Holmes 3 is in the phase of stallbut perhaps the change of management to the Warner Bros. could speed things up, given that the new presidency wants to relaunch the experience in the room, reducing the exclusive investments for streaming …