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25 August 2011  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: Exclusive

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What's better than a Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows cover? Why, a Sherlock Holmes cover and some new stills from Guy Ritchie's detective sequel, featuring not only Robert Downey Jr's sleuth and Jude Law's medical sidekick, but also arch-nemesis Professor Moriarty (Jared Harris) and gypsy mystery woman Sim (Noomi Rapace). And that's precisely what we're bringing you today, with a few sneak peeks behind the scenes of the Arthur Conan Doyle riffing blockbuster.

Inside the magazine, Damon Wise reports from the film's set, and interviews all the principal cast and director Ritchie, with a few words on the plot this time around and a discussion of what's changed. For one, they're all feeling more confident. For another, they don't have to contend with endless speculation about the casting of Moriarty since he's already been cast.

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For much more on Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows, pick up the new issue - or watch the trailer below. The film's out on December 16 this year.

 

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Whats the odd's it still gets a 3 star review? More

Posted by tokin5000 at 22:23 on 26 August 2011 | Report This Post

Familiar Scene
Is it just me or does the still of the characters sitting around the table look an awful lot like the Inception scene where Cobb introduces Ariadne to the dream world? More

Posted by cb787 at 16:56 on 25 August 2011 | Report This Post

what ive seen so far it looks like a solid entertaining blockbuster More

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a set visit usually means a four-five star review upon release. Time well spent by Ritchie and co, I'd imagine... More

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Guy ritchie in the movie?
That last still he looks dressed for the part....is he in the movie? More

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