It's been all quiet on Baker Street lately, but not for too much longer. According to Dr. Watson himself, Jude Law, cameras will start rolling on Sherlock Holmes 2 substantially earlier than the mooted December start date.
Talking us through his chockers-looking schedule for the rest of the year, Law revealed that principal photography will kick off in the autumn. "It looks likely that we're going to shoot the second Sherlock Holmes in October," he told Empire's own Damon Wise, suggesting that Guy Ritchie and his writers aren't too far off a completed script and some intriguing casting announcements.
So who will be stepping into Mark Strong's brogues to provide Victorian London with a little violent psychopathy? âI don't know yet where the story will go,â Law told us, âbut there are a lot of Sherlock Holmes novels to choose from.â
Law was making an appearance at the 45th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival to accept the prestigious Festival President's Award, a very fetching metal and glass statuette, and introduce a screening of Anthony Minghella's The Talented Mr. Ripley, the film that arguably put him on the movie map. But in his downtime, he was able to fill us in on the projects he has in the pipeline: after a relative break from the spotlight this year, he's about to start three very impressive movies back to back.
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