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First Posters and New Images of 'Sherlock Holmes 2' Released Online

July 11, 2011 (7:11 am) GMT
Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law are featured in the newly released posters and stills, portraying fabled detective Sherlock Holmes and his long trusted comrade Dr. John Watson respectively.

The first two official posters of upcoming film "" have been dropped on the web. One poster gives a close up look at as title character Sherlock Holmes with as villain Professor Moriarty on the background. The other one-sheet, meanwhile, captures a close range shot of as Dr. John Watson with a less clear look at as gypsy woman Sim.

Beside the promotional posters, some new stills have also been unleashed on the internet, including the one that features a quite massive explosion scene. Another picture provides a better look at Dr. Watson's wedding ceremony which actually has been previewed in a picture released via magazine before.

Set in 1891, "Sherlock Holmes 2" tells the story of fabled detective Holmes, along with his longtime trusted partner Dr. Watson, who continues his pursuit of Professor Moriarty whom he suspects as the world's S Class villain. Directed by English filmmaker Guy Ritchie, the film is set to arrive in U.S. theaters on December 16. Its first trailer, meanwhile, is attached to highly anticipated film "" which will be released in U.S. cinemas on Friday, July 15.





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