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Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows is a 2011 period mystery action film directed by Guy Ritchie and produced by Joel Silver, Lionel Wigram, Susan Downey and Dan Lin. It is the sequel to the 2009 film Sherlock Holmes and features the Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson characters created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The film s screenplay was written by Michele Mulroney and Kieran Mulroney. Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law reprised their roles as Holmes and Watson, respectively, alongside Noomi Rapace as Simza, Stephen Fry as Mycroft Holmes, Jared Harris as Professor Moriarty, and Rachel McAdams as Irene Adler. Although the film follows an original premise, it incorporates more closely elements of Conan Doyle s short stories, including The Final Problem (1893) and The Adventure of the Empty House (1903). In the film, Holmes and Watson travel across Europe with a Romani adventuress to foil an intricate plot by their cunning nemesis, Professor Moriarty, to instigate a major European conflict.
Though the film received mixed reviews from critics, it was commercially successful, with a worldwide gross of over $543 million. A third film is in development.
In 1891, Irene Adler delivers a package to Dr. Hoffmanstahl, payment for a letter he was to deliver. Hoffmanstahl opens the package, triggering a bomb that is prevented from detonating by Sherlock Holmes. Holmes takes the letter while Adler and Hoffmanstahl escape. Holmes later finds Hoffmanstahl assassinated. Adler meets with Professor Moriarty to explain the events, but Moriarty, deeming her compromised, poisons and kills her.
Dr. Watson arrives at 221B Baker Street, where Holmes discloses that he is investigating seemingly unrelated murders, terrorist attacks and business acquisitions that he has connected to Moriarty. After meeting with his brother Mycroft at Watson s bachelor party, Holmes meets with a Roma fortune-teller named Madame Simza, the intended recipient of the letter he took from Adler, sent by her brother René. Holmes defeats an assassin sent to kill Simza, but she flees before Holmes can question her. After the wedding of Watson and Mary Morstan, Holmes meets Moriarty for the first time. Moriarty indicates he will kill Watson and Mary if Holmes interferes. Moriarty taunts Holmes about murdering Adler, and Holmes swears revenge.
Moriarty s men attack Watson and Mary on a train to their honeymoon to Brighton. Holmes throws Mary from the train into a river, where she is rescued by Mycroft. After defeating Moriarty s men, Holmes and Watson travel to Paris and locate Simza. Holmes tells Simza that she has been targeted because René is working for Moriarty and may have told her his plans. Simza takes the pair to the headquarters of an anarchist group to which she and René belonged; the anarchists have been forced to plant bombs for Moriarty.
The trio follow Holmes deduction that the bomb is in the Paris Opera. However, the bomb is in a nearby hotel; its explosion kills a number of businessmen. The bomb was a cover for the assassination of Alfred Meinhard by Moriarty s henchman, Sebastian Moran. Meinhard s death grants Moriarty ownership of Meinhard s arms factory in Germany. Holmes spies on Moriarty, learning he is travelling to Germany. The trio follow him there.
At the factory, Moriarty captures, interrogates, and tortures Holmes while Watson fights Moran. Holmes spells out Moriarty s plot, revealing that the Professor acquired shares in multiple war profiteering companies and intends to instigate a world war to make himself a fortune. Watson uses the cannon he was hiding behind to destroy the watchtower in which Moran is concealed. The structure collapses into the warehouse where Moriarty is holding Holmes captive. Watson, Simza, and an injured Holmes reunite and Holmes deduces that Moriarty s final target will be a peace summit in Switzerland, creating an international incident.
At the summit, Holmes deduces that René is the assassin and is disguised as one of the ambassadors, having been given radical reconstructive surgery by Hoffmanstahl. Holmes and Moriarty meet on a balcony to discuss their plans over a game of chess. Watson and Simza stop René s assassination attempt; René is then killed by Moran. Despite his war being averted, Moriarty remains confident in his victory, warning Holmes that the nations of Europe will go to war with one another regardless of Moriarty s manipulations. Holmes reveals that, while being tortured by Moriarty, he replaced the professor s personal diary that contained his plans and financing with a duplicate. The original was sent to Mary, who decrypted the code using a book Holmes had noticed in Moriarty s office, before passing the information to Inspector Lestrade, who seizes Moriarty s assets and donates his fortune to charities that help war widows and orphans. Holmes and Moriarty anticipate a fight, and both realise that Moriarty will win due to Holmes injured shoulder. Out of options and with Moriarty vowing to kill Watson and Mary, Holmes grabs Moriarty and lunges backwards over the balcony and into the Reichenbach Falls below. Both are presumed dead.
Following Holmes funeral, Watson and Mary prepare to have their belated honeymoon when Watson receives a package containing a breathing device of Mycroft s that Holmes expressed a liking for before the summit. Realizing that Holmes may still be alive, Watson leaves his office to find the delivery man. Holmes, having concealed himself in Watson s office, reads Watson s memoirs on the typewriter and adds a question mark after the words The End .
- Robert Downey Jr. as Sherlock Holmes
- Jude Law as Dr. John Watson
- Jared Harris as Professor James Moriarty
- Noomi Rapace as Madame Simza Heron
- Stephen Fry as Mycroft Holmes
- Kelly Reilly as Mary Morstan
- Rachel McAdams as Irene Adler
- Eddie Marsan as Inspector Lestrade
- Paul Anderson as Sebastian Moran
- Geraldine James as Mrs. Hudson
- Thierry Neuvic as Claude Ravache
- Fatima Adoum as a Manouche
- Wolf Kahler as Dr. Hoffmanstahl
- Affif Ben Badra as Tamas Morato
After the success of the 2009 film Sherlock Holmes, a sequel was fast-tracked by Warner Bros. with director Guy Ritchie dropping out of an adaptation of Lobo and Robert Downey Jr. leaving Cowboys & Aliens. It was unclear if Rachel McAdams would appear in the film; McAdams said, If I do, it won t be a very big thing. It s not a lead part. Warner Bros. later confirmed to Entertainment Weekly that McAdams would play a part in the sequel but that it would be a cameo. The female lead role was played by Noomi Rapace. Joel Silver, the film s producer, has said that we always intended to have a different kind of girl for each movie in the vein of Bond girls. He found it complicated to persuade McAdams to return in a smaller role: She loved being with us, but she hoped to have a bigger role.
The film, then under the working title of Sherlock Holmes 2, was reported to be influenced by Conan Doyle s The Final Problem . While the film took place a year after the events of the first film, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows was intended to be a stand-alone film that did not require knowledge of the previous movie.
In October 2010, the steamship PS Waverley was chartered on the English Channel for filming, and a large green screen was erected at Didcot Railway Centre, where a large action scene was filmed the following month. In late November, a scene was filmed at Victoria Bridge in Worcestershire, England. In January 2011, scenes were also filmed at Hampton Court Palace and areas in Oxford University.
In early February 2011, principal photography moved for two days to Strasbourg, France. Shooting took place on, around, and inside Strasbourg Cathedral. The scene was said at the time to be the opening scene of the film, as it covered an assassination and bombing in a German-speaking town.
The production also filmed at several locations in Kent including Fort Amherst, Knole, and The Historic Dockyard Chatham. The White Cliffs of Dover are also briefly featured in the movie, as is the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich. Several scenes were also filmed at Elstree Studios in Hertfordshire.
Hans Zimmer composed the film s score. In addition to featuring existing works by Johann Strauss II, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ennio Morricone, and Franz Schubert, Zimmer included elements from authentic Romani music. Zimmer, accompanied by director Guy Ritchie and some of Zimmer s musicians, traveled to France, Italy, and Slovakia to research the local music firsthand and to listen to as many musicians as we could. Deeply impressed, Zimmer arranged for 13 of the local musicians—with their personal violins and accordions—to join him in Vienna at a studio for a recording session. Zimmer incorporated this Romani music into the score for the film. It was reported a portion of proceeds from the soundtrack would be given to the impoverished Romani villages to help pay for necessities, such as water and heat.
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows was released on 16 December 2011 in Canada, Mexico, Russia, the United States, the United Kingdom; on 25 December 2011 in most other countries; and on 5 January 2012 in Australia, Poland, and Spain.
The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray on 12 June 2012 for Region 1 and 14 May 2012 for Region 2 and Region 4.
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows earned $186.8 million in North America as well as $357 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $543.4 million. It was the 12th highest-grossing film of 2011 worldwide.
In North America, it topped the box office on its opening day with $14.6 million, down from the opening-day gross of the previous film, $24.6 million. During the weekend, it grossed $39.6 million, leading the box office but earning approximately two-thirds as much as its predecessor on its opening weekend. By the end of its theatrical run, it became the 9th highest-grossing film of 2011 in the US.
Outside North America, the film earned $14.6 million on its opening weekend, finishing in third place. It topped the overseas box office during three consecutive weekends in January 2012. It eventually surpassed its predecessor s foreign total of $315 million. In the UK, Ireland, and Malta, its highest-grossing market after North America, the film achieved a first-place opening of £3.83 million ($5.95 million) over a three-day period, compared to the £3.08 million earned in two days by the original film. It earned $42.2 million in total in this market. In the Commonwealth of Independent States and in Italy, the film earned $28.4 million and $24.5 million, respectively.
Review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reports an approval rating of 59% based on 229 reviews, with an average rating of 6/10. The site s critical consensus reads, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows is a good yarn thanks to its well-matched leading men but overall stumbles duplicating the well-oiled thrills of the original. Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average rating to reviews, gives the film a score of 48 out of 100, based on 38 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of A− on an A+ to F scale, higher than the previous film s B .
Roger Ebert, who gave the first film three stars, was even more positive in his review for the sequel, awarding it three-and-a-half stars and calling it high-caliber entertainment that add a degree of refinement and invention to the formula. He also said the writers wisely devote some of their best scenes to one-on-ones between Holmes and Moriarty. James Berardinelli gave the film three stars out of four, writing, A Game of Shadows is a stronger, better-realized movie that builds upon the strengths of the original and jettisons some of the weaknesses. Conversely, Keith Phipps of The A.V. Club felt the film aims lower than its predecessor s modest ambition and still misses the mark. Several critics felt that McAdams was underused. Joe Morgenstern of The Wall Street Journal felt she vanishes all too soon in this overproduced, self-enchanted sequel, and so does the spirit of bright invention that made the previous film such a pleasant surprise. Scott Mendelson of The Huffington Post remarked that she exhibits far more personality and roguish charm in her few moments here than she did in all of the previous film. Freed from the constraints of being the de-facto love interest, McAdams relishes the chance to go full-villain.
On 24 November 2015, film critic Scout Tafoya of RogerEbert.com included A Game of Shadows in his video series The Unloved , where he highlights films which received mixed to negative reviews yet he believes to have artistic value. He praised the film s deconstruction of action scenes through stylistic editing, one inspired by Soviet montage which was exemplified in Sergei Eisenstein s 1925 film Battleship Potemkin, as well as the friendship and constant banter between Holmes and Watson at the center of the film, which highlight the difficulty in achieving lyrical deftness of dialogue in films of this budget , with their friendship reminding Tafoya of how we can invite danger and fun into our lives in equal measure all the time, but once in a blue moon, they make life worth living. Tafoya considers A Game of Shadows to be his eighth favorite film of the 21st century.
|2012||Saturn Awards||Best Action/Adventure Film||Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows||Nominated|
|Best Costume||Jenny Beavan||Nominated|
|Teen Choice Awards||Choice Movie: Action||Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows||Nominated|
|Choice Movie Actor: Action||Robert Downey Jr.||Nominated|
|Choice Movie Actress: Action||Noomi Rapace||Nominated|
|Visual Effects Society Awards||Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Feature Motion Picture||Laya Armian, Chas Jarrett, Seth Maury, Sirio Quintavalle||Nominated|
Warner Bros. Pictures announced in October 2011 that the first draft for Sherlock Holmes 3 was being produced with screenwriter Drew Pearce writing the script; he was later replaced by Justin Haythe. Jude Law commented on the project in late 2013, We had a meeting earlier this year, the three of us, and I think it s being written now. Warner Bros. have still got to agree to pay for it… I think they want to! He also said of the delay in getting into production, I think Warner Bros. wants it, and there s a lot of want from us as a team. We want it to be better than the other two. We want to make sure it s smarter and cleverer, but in the same realm. It s a slow process. We re all busy. So getting us together to try to nail that has taken a little bit longer than we had hoped… I hate celebrating anything I ve done, but I m so proud of those films. I think it was Joel Silver who said, Take it out of that dusty room and put it on the street .
In October 2014, Susan Downey stated that a third film was in development: There s an idea, there s an outline, there is not a script yet. Trust me, the studio would love there to be a script. But our feeling is, we gotta get it right. When asked whether the film would realistically be out within the next few years , she expressed confidence that it would be, saying, Yeah. At a certain point it s going to be too long— we ve waited too long. We re working as fast and responsibly as we can to get a great script. In May 2015, when asked of the progress of the third film in an interview, Law stated: There is apparently still a will, there is a script being written, but I m not sure.
In August 2015, while promoting Ritchie s film The Man from U.N.C.L.E., producer Lionel Wigram said that a script for a third film was still being written. Wigram also claimed that both Downey Jr. and Law would reprise their roles from the first two films. In April 2016, Downey confirmed that the film would begin shooting later in the year. That same month, it was announced that James Coyne was hired to rewrite the script. Silver, who will produce the sequel, stated that he hoped it would begin filming in the fall, and that there may be more sequels.
In October 2016, Warner Bros., Village Roadshow and Team Downey had put together a writers room with several top names, including Nicole Perlman, Justin Malen, Gary Whitta, Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Kieran Fitzgerald.
In May 2017, Wigram claimed that shooting may start in late 2018, saying, It s closer to happening than it s been for a while. With any luck we ll be making it at the end of next year. I hope, we ll see. Fingers crossed. In May 2018, Warner Bros. confirmed a third film was scheduled for release on December 25, 2020, with Downey, Law, and Anderson reprising their roles and Chris Brancato writing the script.
In March 2019, Warner Bros. announced that the release date had been changed to December 22, 2021. In July 2019, Dexter Fletcher was announced to replace Ritchie as the film s director. That same month, the film was approved a $20.9 million tax break by the California Film Commission, against a projected production budget of $107.8 million.
The film was supposed to be released on December 22, 2021, with Downey and Law set to return, but it was delayed indefinitely due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
By October 2020, Robert Downey Jr. and Susan Downey announced plans to expand the film series into a franchise. Team Downey is working on installments including additional films, spin-offs, television series for HBO Max, and other media in a shared universe. Though they do not intend to copy the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the pair acknowledged that they felt that working with Marvel Studios taught them much with regards to world building. Two television series set in the films universe are in development for HBO Max.
|Plot||Detective Sherlock Holmes is on the trail of criminal mastermind Professor Moriarty, who is carrying out a string of random crimes across Europe.|
|Awards||Awards, 3 wins & 11 nominations|
|Writers||Michele Mulroney, Kieran Mulroney, Arthur Conan Doyle|
|Stars||Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law, Jared Harris|
|Produced by||Bruce Berman,Steve Clark-Hall,Juan Ignacio Davila,Susan Downey,Ethan Erwin,Peter Eskelsen,Dan Lin,Lauren Meek,Joel Silver,Lionel Wigram|
|Music by||Hans Zimmer|
|Cinematography by||Philippe Rousselot|
|Film Editing by||James Herbert|
|Casting By||Reg Poerscout-Edgerton|
|Production Design by||Sarah Greenwood|
|Art Direction by||James Foster,Nick Gottschalk,Matthew Gray,Niall Moroney|
|Set Decoration by||Alison Harvey,Katie Spencer|
|Costume Design by||Jenny Beavan|
|Makeup Department||Michele Barber,Jennifer Bell,Christine Blundell,Punam Chhatralia,Bella Cruickshank,Catherine Davies,Nathaniel De’Lineadeus,Sarah Downes,Kathryn Fa,Annette Field,Darlene Forrester,Charmaine Fuller,Richard Glass,Jenny Hammond,Liberty Haynes,Soleil Jackson,Alexandra Joyce,Denise Kum,Davina Lamont,Agnes Legere,Laura Lilley,Chris Lyons,Sarah Jane Marks,Pati Martí Donoghue,Claire Matthews,Nuria Mbomio,Chloe Meddings,Laura Milligan,Paul Mooney,Marc Pilcher,Nina Pratley,Nikita Rae,Adrian Rigby,Karolina Scheepers,Jemma Scott-Knox-Gore,Andrew Simonin,Matthew Smith,Nicola Springall,Bunny Stanway-Mayers,Teri Trowbridge,Lesa Warrener,Tanya Webb,Julia Wilson,Sylvia Atkins,Helen Conroy,Carolyn Cousins,Patt Foad,Ailsa Lawson,Siân Miller,Jesse Rose Rogers|
|Production Management||David Bell,Per Henry Borch,Gilles Castera,Bill Daly,Brian Donovan,Bill Draper,Matthieu Etenne,Rafaël Franciosi,Elizabeth Miller Gavcus,Marianne Jenkins,Romain Marx,Carol Milne,Mark Mostyn,Karl Sigurdarson,Emma Zee|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Matthew Baker,Paul Bennett,David Biet,Nicole Chapman,Thomas Colban,William Dodds,Gabriel Goubet,Lucie Gratas,Robert Grayson,Paul Hayes,Nora Henderson,Barney Hughes,Jack Ivins,Paul Jennings,Max Keene,Tamara King,Christian Labarta,Carly Lewisohn,James McGrady,Danny McGrath,Terry McShane,Nicolas Menzer,Saloum N’Jie,David Pearson,Nicolas Pfaff,Eugénie Piolat,Paviel Raymont,Sarah Jean Selway,Sid Sentry,Nick Shuttleworth,Samuel A. Smith,Chad Stahelski,Sophie Thurin,Sébastien Tulard,David Pinkus,Mathieu Turi|
|Art Department||Elizabeth Abad Quintero,Alison Adams,Alex Aitken,Shurouq Algusane,David Allcock,Will Ayres,Ben Bagley,Martha Baines,Jim Barr,Arthur Beaudoin,Marc Beros,Lee Biggs,Richard Bridgland,Toby Britton,Gabi Brown,Martin Brown,Mathieu Buffler,Ken Burnett,Antoine Carton de Grammont,Christopher Chandler,Netty Chapman,Anne-Marie Chlapanas,Temple Clark,Deano Harry Coldham,Ben Collins,David Conway,Stephen Conway,Simon Cook,Rachel Corbould,Will Coubrough,Bryn Court,Charlotte Crosbie,Sara Cubaynes,Jack Dehaan,Julia Dehoff,Jack Dyer,Thalia Ecclestone,Jonnie Elf,Scott Elms,James Enright,Laurent Ferrie,Claire Fleming,Neil Floyd,Rod Forbes,Pip Fox,David Gray,Martin Griffiths,Neil Griffiths,Peter Hammond,Matt Handford,Kevin Harris,Steve Harris,Peter Hawkins,Justin Hayzelden,Stuart Headley-Read,John Heayn,Terry Heggarty,Annika Hellgren,Nicholas Henderson,Andrew Hodgson,Pierre Hugueny,Simon Hutchings,Gary Jopling,Robert Judd,Eva Kuntz,Carol Kupisz,Pete Lennox,Shay Leonard,Joanna Maeva,John Maher,Charlotte Malynn,Choi Ho Man,Peter Mann,Christopher Mansey,Tony Marks,Gary Martin,Dan Maslen,Lily Mathiszig-Lee,Hugh McClelland,Stephen McGregor,Peter McKinstry,Elly Meyrick,Dave Midson,Georgina Millett,Micky Mills,Damian Mitchell,Joe Monks,John Moolenschot,Garry Moore,Steven Morris,Eddie Murphy,Nelly Nahon,Craig Narramore,David J. Negron Jr.,Stephanie Nicolle,Josh O’Neill,Tom O’Neill,Eva Onsrud,Wolfgang Osterholzer,Anthony Owen,Russell Oxley,Claire Page,Nathan Payne,Steve Payne,Dan Pitt,Adrian Platt,Helen Player,Andrew Proctor,Daniel Purdy,Graeme Purdy,Paul Purdy,Claire Nia Richards,Matthew Robinson,Maryse Saint-Maur,Robert Sansom,Cosmo Sarson,Elliot Scott,Jamie Shelley,William Stickley,Tom Still,Howard Swindell,Daniel Swingler,Kristin Theyers,Vincent Thomas,Rebecca Todd,Chris Tooth,Sam Towers,Remo Tozzi,Wolfgang Walther,David Wescott,John Whitby,Luke Whitelock,Nicholas Williams,Paul Williams,Carl Wilson,Thomas Wingrove,Clare Winkworth,Dennis Wiseman,Lee Wiseman,Lotta Wolgers,Bradley Woodbridge,Jeff Woodbridge,Lawrence Wright,Chris Wyatt,Mal Zawadzki,Rachel Ziegelmeier,Paul Bufton,Marcus Ehren,Cathy Featherstone,Darren Fitzsimons,Rohan Harris,Garry Marriott,Christian McDonald,Tom Sinden,Peter Wignall,Thomas Wingrove|
|Sound Department||Mark Appleby,Dafydd Archard,Dillon Bennett,Dominic Boucher,Luke Brown,Sandy Buchanan,Chris Burdon,Peter Burgis,Jodie Campbell,Martin Cantwell,Simon Chase,Vincent Cosson,Mark DeSimone,Gary Dodkin,Steve Finn,Nick Foley,Glen Gathard,Matt Gruber,James Harrison,James Hyde,Peter Lindsay,Steve Little,Richard Lovell,Chris Munro,Paul Munro,Forbes Noonan,Per Nyström,Emmet O’Donnell,Jordan O’Neill,Becki Ponting,Brett Rothfeld,Ric Schnupp,James Shannon,Andy Stallabrass,Greg Steele,Jason Stevens,Jason Swanscott,Oliver Tarney,Tristan Tarrant,Rachael Tate,Mark Taylor,Michael Lee Taylor,William Towers,Tim West,Greg Zimmerman|
|Special Effects by||Charlie Adcock,David Jonathon Amos,Kevin Steven Amos,Steven Timothy Amos,Liz Barron,Adrian Bennett,Paul Brady,Paul Clark,Andy Colquhoun,Woods David,Dean Ford,Andy Fraser,Michaël Gojon dit Martin,Hugh Goodbody,Tom Goodman,Giles Hannagan,Laurence Harvey,David Holt,Karen Holt,Mark Holt,Mark Hutchinson,David Johns,Alec Kersey,Peter Kersey,Will Malkin,Glenn Marsh,Kyle May,Paul McGuinness,Martin ‘Marty’ McLaughlin,Dickon Mitchell,Patrick O’Sullivan,Karl Openshaw,Delroy Reid,James Smith,Mark Vanstone,Mark Weatherbe,Jamie Weguelin,James Willis,Hannah Wilson,David Woods,Jim Machin|
|Visual Effects by||Rehan Abdulovski,Nidhi Agarwal,Ben Aickin,Lucy Ainsworth-Taylor,Lee Alexander,Juan Pablo Allgeier,Anuj Anand,Nigel Ankers,Laya Armian,Thomas Ayre,Adam Azmy,Nithin Babu,Henry Badgett,Michael Baker,Matthew Ball,Jennifer-Jo Barker,Miles Barry,Angela Barson,Valentina Bartiromo,Massimiliano Battista,Adrian Bell,Rodrigo Bernardo,Alex Berson,Mark Beverton,Ediga c Bharath,Kanishk Deb Biswas,Frederik Valentin Bjerre-Poulsen,Zachary Bloom,Jessica Bonander,Daniel Booty,Yanick Bourgie,Scott Bourne,Dhiraj Brahma,William Brand,Justin Brekke,Jonathan Brouillat,Blair Brownlee,Stuart Bullen,Chris Burgess,Shannan Burkley,Jeffrey Burt,Daniel Cairnie,David Cameron,Huseyin Caner,Pete Capelluto,Gordon Champ,Manjoe Chan,Anoop Chandran,Satyendra Chaturvedi,Georgios Cherouvim,Laurence Chong,Trevor Chong,Gotthardt-Mills Chris,Ryan B. Clarke,Jean-Denis Coindre,Paul Connaughton,Chris Cooper,Jacqueline Cooper,Dan Copping,Sam Corcoran,Cat Counsell,Alex Cumming,Mark Curtis,Melina Tancheva Cvetanoska,Rhea Darch,Steven Davies,Amy Davis,Christopher DeFaria,Stanley A. Dellimore,Ciaran Devine,Oz Dolphin,Lucy Drewett,Jan Dubberke,Rob Dunbar,Florence Durante,Kishan E. Chandran,Dave Early,Clwyd Edwards,Lars Erik Eriksen,Joe Eveleigh,Michele Fabbro,Jennifer Fairweather,Alison Farmer,Oliver Fergusson-Taylor,Fabrizio Fioretti,Jack Fisher,Tristan Fisher,Matt Fox,Boominathan Frances,Ben Frost,Pawl Fulker,Kristina Gacova,Jason Gagnon,Juan Jesús García,Sigurjón F. Gardarsson,Rob Garner,Sarah Gatefield,Saneesh George,Kunal Ghosh Dastider,Mauro Giacomazzo,Benedict Gillingham-Sutton,Andrea Giordano,Thomas Girdwood,Jitesh Gohil,Mark Gostlow,James Greig,Björn Gromoll,Erik Gronfeldt,Jan Guilfoyle,Ben Guthrie,Benjamin Guy,Charlie Habanananda,Geoff Hadfield,Kevin T. 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Sinha,Mohamed Sobhy,Cameron Sonerson,Penn Stevens,Susan Stewart,Nigel Stone,Michael Strathearn,Maria Stroka,Bradey Strong,Prasad Subramanian,Mirek Suchomel,Vinayaga Sundar,James Sutton,Alexander Swann,Philip Swart,John Szebegyinszki,Sahil Tandial,Trevor Tang,Mark Taylor,Noah Taylor,Mihail Temelkov,Biljana Temelkova,Olivier Thibaut,Joseph Thomas M.,Vincent Thomas,Matthew Tinsley,Joel Tong,Shreedhra Trehan,Lazar Trenchev,Sara Trezzi,Tom Truscott,Graeme Tung,Jonathan Turner,Jonny Vale,Jozef van Eenbergen,Nick Varga,Vasantharajan.g.d,Fani Vassiadi,Rajesh Velayudhan,Oliver Velichkovski,Damodaran Venkatesan,Dan Victoire,Gopalarathinam Viswanathan,Pete Warbis,Mark Webb,Glenn Wells,Ben White,Nick Whiteley,Michal Whitty,Bernard Wicksteed,Simon Wilkinson,Rachel Williams,Blake Winder,Kate Windibank,James Winnifrith,Derek Wolfe,Anthony Wonsoff,Graham Wood,Alan Woods,Sammy Wu,Kelvin Yee,Teh-wei Yeh,Natalie Young,Michelle Yu,Julia Zahner,Christopher Lee Zammit,Eric Zhang,Emil Alagjozovski,Najdovski Aleksandar,Mikhail Bayder,Christopher Cameron,Rob Delicata,Christer Egon Eckermann,Carl Edlund,Catarina Ferreira,Katarina Gacevska,Nikhil Ghoorbin,Varun Hadkar,Jonathan Harden,Uday Joshi,Christophe Meslin,Stephanie Meyerink,Valentin Petrov,Diganta Saha,David S. Sanchez,Nadica Slatinec,Elena Velkova,Kim Vongbunyong,Nathan Walster|
|Stunts||Sean Adames,Mark Archer,Nina Armstrong,Katharine Arnold,Lee Bagley,Sala Baker,Lloyd Bass,Keir Beck,Andy Bennett,Richard Bradshaw,Nellie Burroughes,Andy Butcher,Annabel Canaven,Juliette Cheveley,Miram Choi,Tony Christian,Stuart Clark,Gary Connery,Rob Cooper,Matt Da Silva,Holland Diaz,Ben Dimmock,Levan Doran,Richard Dymer,James Embree,Neil Finnighan,Dean Forster,Glenn Foster,Stuart Frift,Kyle Gardiner,David R. Grant,Richard Hansen,Bobby Holland Hanton,Frank Henson,Mark Henson,Nick Hobbs,Paul Howell,Jason Hunjan,Alex Huynh,Rob Inch,Gary Kane,Paul Kennington,Adam Kirley,Hiro Koda,Michele Laine,Derek Lea,Guy List,Chris Manger,Jeremy Marinas,Kai Martin,Kim McGarrity,Jo McLaren,Erol Mehmet,Casey Michaels,Peter Miles,Jamie Millington,Sian Milne,David Newton,Ray Nicholas,Stuart Nicol,Eric Oram,Ian Pead,Bean Peel,Andrew L Phillips,Andy Pilgrim,Matt Price,Charles Ramsay,Curtis Rivers,Florian Robin,Tom Rodgers,Markos Rounthwaite,Stephen Rutherford,Richard Ryan,Sid Sentry,Craig Frosty Silva,Christopher Slaughter,C.C. Smiff,Jackson Spidell,Stuart St. Paul,Chad Stahelski,Trevor Steedman,Helen Steinway Bailey,John Street,Rocky Taylor,Roy Taylor,Alexander Temmink,Arran Topham,Tony Van Silva,Andy Wareham,Reg Wayment,Donna Williams,William Willoughby,Ben Wright,Steen Young,Lee Bagley,Keir Beck,Glenn Foster,Vladimir ‘Furdo’ Furdik,Peter Hric,Jason Hunjan,Roman Jankovic,Paul Kennington,Dominic Kinnaird,Hiro Koda,Stephanie Lelievre,Andy Pilgrim,Ben Rackley,Stephen Rutherford,Roy Taylor,Damien Walters|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Grant Babbitt,John Bailie,Andy Bell,Jason Berman,Anne Angèle Bertoli,Alfie Biddle,David Bird,Devan Blair,Daniel Bocking,Ashley Bond,Freddie Bonfanti,Dave Brennan,Kevin Brookner,Ben Brown,Robbie Bryant,Emmet Cahill,Chris Cavanagh,Joe Coffey,Louisa Court,Barny Crocker,Adam Dale,John Davis,Russell Diamond,Chris Dickinson,Ian Dobbs,Jason Dully,Tobias Eedy,Amine El Fadl,Steve Ellingworth,Harry Elvin,David Fantham,Chuck Finch,Stephen Finch,Will Finch,Dan Fontaine,Gavin Free,Dave Freeth,Ingo Gardner,Dan Garlick,Arnaud Gervet,Stuart Godfrey,Jordan Grant,Brian Greenway,Thibaut Guenois,Will Handley,David Higgs,Alice Hobden,Alex Howe,Gabriel Hyman,Dylan Jones,Lee Knight,Chris Knoll,Andy Levett,David Marriott,Tim Maurice-Jones,Ginger McCarthy,Guy McCormack,Vince McGahon,Graham McQueen,Billy Merrell,Richard Merrell,David Mills,Mark Moriarty,Dean Morrish,Dan Morrison,Julian Morson,Gerry Mott,Spencer Murray,Mark Packman,Mike Parsons,David Penfold,Nigel Permane,Claire Pie,Chris Plevin,Matthew Poynter,Steve Pugh,Andrew Purdy,Marek Radolf,Christopher Raphael,Dave Ridout,John Robinson,Chris Rusby,Brian Scholz,James Scott,Kim Seber,Luke Selway,Daniel Smith,David Smith,Mario Spanna,Kat Spencer,Alan Stewart,Iain Struthers,Andy Thomson,Kirk Thornton,Gavin Weatherall,Jon Webb,Dave Wells,George White,Shawn White,Peter Wignall,Terry Williams,Marc Wolff,Steve Wood,Charlie Wyldeck-Flowers,Grant Babbitt,Stacey Hancox,Liz Hoar,Larry Hurt,Ian Speed|
|Animation Department||Kubilay Kocaoglu,Gary Mau,Liam Russell,Jeiko Soh,Blaine Toderian|
|Casting Department||Aurélie Avram,Vanessa Baker,Emmanuel Bloch,Emma Callinan,Elodie Demey,Yannick Karcher,Benedict Minghella,Dante Minghella,George Moss,Chuck Douglas|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Sheara Abrahams,Lucille Acevedo-Jones,Tim Aslam,Cathryn Avison,Russell Barnett,Mollie Barr,Dan Blacklock,Frieda Basso Boccabella,Sue Bradbear,Anthony Brookman,Rob Brown,Catherine Buyse Dian,Cecilia Cafiero,Henry Christopher,Peter k Christopher,Janine Cunliffe,Marco de Magalhães,François-Louis Delfolie,Lucy Donowho,Anthony Drewett,Carlos Fontanarrosa,Ian Foweraker,Lindy Gander,Jessie Gelpke,Mia Gray,Harriet Kendall,Ekaterina Kreinin,Jane Law,Cherilyn Leeson,Martin Mandeville,Robyn Manton,David McLaughlin,Calandra Meredith,Sarah Monfort,Jackie Moody,Sophie Norinder,Steve O’Sullivan,David Otzen,Kimberley Phillips,Jennifer Powell,Kevin Pratten-Stone,Lora E. Revitt,Marco Scotti,Lucilla Simbari,Sunita Singh,Clare Spragge,Susanne Morthorst Staal,Indiana Sylla,Dorothée Tarel,Anabel Temple,Jackie Thomas,Sarah Tiffin,Sekou Traore,Sally Turner,Nat Van Halle,Chan Chi Wan,Vanessa Woolgar,Sarah Young,Robert James Sutherland|
|Editorial Department||Matt Adams,Cherri Arpino,Tom Balkwill,Matthew Benns,Susan Bliss,Sam Bollinger,Siobhan Boyes,Mike Clark-Hall,Marcus Crouch,Jodie Davidson,Rob Doolittle,Philip Hedgecock,Adam Inglis,Todd Kleparski,Angus Munro,Daniel Paress,Harold Parker,Kumar Ramalingam,Tatjana Rhodes,Dominic Thomson,Dado Valentic,Lee Wimer,Dan Dolan,Simona Harrison,Clare McKee,Myles Robey,Jonathan Sykes|
|Location Management||Tom Asquith,Nicolas Babilon,Maxime Couteret,Giles Edleston,Colin Giles,Alex Gladstone,Emily Goble,Jon Hills,Sigmund Elias Holm,Al Huynh,Arnaud Kaiser,Steve Keane,Joe Kotroczo,Sarah Kate Lewis,Ian Lumsden,Anna MacLeod,Matt Mirrington,Robin Mounsey,Nick Oliver,Ben Piltz,Adam Richards,Julien Schmitt,Charlie Simpson,Guillaume Sion,Charlie Somers,Bashaar Wahab,Charlotte Wright|
|Music Department||Laurence Anslow,Bob Badami,Lorne Balfe,Richard Bissill,Rachel Boot,Dudley Bright,Nicholas Bucknall,Chuck Choi,Michael Connell,Andrew Crowley,Peter Davies,Alejandro de la Llosa,Karen Elliott,Sam Estes,Jochen Flach,Geoff Foster,Bruce Fowler,Walt Fowler,Christofer Frank,Dave Fuest,Rick Giovinazzo,Gavin Greenaway,Michael Higham,Robert Houston,Kevin Kaska,Andrew Kawczynski,Jasha Klebe,Steven Kofsky,Oli Langford,Adam Langston,Dominic Lewis,Roger Linley,Steve Mair,Matthew Margeson,Eliza Marshall,Vicky Matthews,Conor McHugh,Alan Meyerson,Adam Miller,Ed Neumeister,Satoshi Mark Noguchi,Mark Petrie,Tom Pigott Smith,Michael Rubino,Carl Rydlund,Adam Schmidt,Owen Slade,Darren Smith,Peter Oso Snell,Dave Stewart,Emil Tchakarov,David Theodore,Allen Walley,Richard Watkins,Jonathan Williams,Andrew Zack,Warren Zielinski,Özgür Zoral|
|Script and Continuity Department||Polly Hope,Liz Elizabeth West|
|Transportation Department||Alexander Aben,Jim Atkins,Benoît Bretagne,Piotr Chrzanowski,Mark Crowley,Flavien Duvoix,Lee Edwards,Darren Fenny,Paul Howitt,Declan Lambert,David Lewis,David Lloyd,Mick Meehan,Danny Mitchell,Colin Morgan,Pete Newman,Andy Petry,Ken Price,David Rosenbaum,Emma Savin,Jérôme Servant,Vincent Servant,Alexandre Thiery,Gerry Turner,Piotr Walczak,Chris Morse|
|Additional Crew||Sahin Abdul,Mark Abraham,Sabbir Ahmed,Susan Chika Anisiobi,Ivan Atkinson,Jon Baker,Jules Baker-Smith,Philip Ball,Tor Age Berglid,Agnes Bermejo,Aurélie Boderiou,Jessica Bonander,Françoise Bouillon-Pommerolle,Christopher M. Boyd,Corinne Branche,Georges Branche,Valeria Bullo,Gary Bunn,Liam Byrne,Julien Béségher,Daniel Cassez,Aneta Chalas,Kelly Kiyoon Chang,Hannah Chitty,Steve Cole,Mickaël Conan,Kyle Cooper,Milan Costich,Celine Coulson,Ian Creed,Maxime Crupaux,Cristiano D’Urso,Lisa Davidson,Robin Davies,Tony Davis,Ian Dawson,Christian De-vos,Robin Demetriou,Kay Di Rezze,Melanie Dicks,Wayne Docksey,Judith Edwards,Tina Falcone,Elton Farla,Neil Ferris,Lucia Foster Found,Hollie Foster,Micheal Gentry,Adam Goodall,Tom Gorst,José Granell,Blandine Grimaldi,Fréderic Hardy,Josie Hines,Leif Johan Holand,Moira Houlihan,Jason Huberman,Pierre Hue,Andrew Jack,Paula Jack,Ben Jackson,Nick Jeffries,Grégoire Jeudy,Chris Judd,Stacey Kalish,Yannick Karcher,John Kearney,James R. Kipping,Zita Kovacs,Lisa-Kim Ling Kuan,Keith W. Lane,Natalie Lee,Jeff Ludwig,Nadiya Luthra,Ollie Madden,John Malakoff,Christine Mammolito,Gabriel Mamruth,Dan Maslen,Alex McEwan,Alastair McNeil,Frédéric Millet,Boo Motjuoadi,Carmel Musgrove,Simon Neville,Ashley Olpherts,Ann Ormesher,Dan Osborne,James Payton,Roberto Perez Antolin,Philip Pickford,Craig Pinney,Sarah-Myriam Poirson,Kevin Proctor,Rebecca Rae,Adam Raoof,Jimmy Rich,Jamie Roche,Lara Roth,Diana Scrivener,Gemma Shakesheff,Jeszen Shih,Joss Spry,Andy Stephens,Kirk Sullivan,Michele Tandy,Christophe Thomas,Katherine Tibbetts,Katharine Tidy,Rob Townsend,Dan Turner,Ben Vokes,James Weston,Kelsey Wheeler,Alasdair Willson,Seanne Winslow,Marc Wolff,Becky Wright,Ashley Zalta,Catherine Charlton,Philip Gay,Ben Hope,Aurélie Laffite,Johnny Silmon,Michael Stapleton,Craig Topham|
|Genres||Action, Adventure, Mystery|
|Companies||Warner Bros., Village Roadshow Pictures, Silver Pictures|
|Languages||English, French, Italian, German, Romany|
|Keywords||sherlock holmes character,gypsy woman,man disguised as a woman,dr. john watson character,professor moriarty character|