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Two New Character Posters for 'Sherlock Holmes 2' Bring Air of Mystery

October 13, 2011 (2:19 am) GMT
The fresh one sheets for 'A Game of Shadows' present individual image of Robert Downey Jr.'s Sherlock and Jude Law's Watson with smoking Eiffel Tower and Big Ben in the background.

In anticipation of its December release, "" has got two brand new character posters. Being unveiled via Digital Spy, the fresh one sheets take the focus on 's titular character and his loyal assistant, 's Dr. Watson.

The Sherlock poster presents Robert in his famous detective attire with some sort of steampunk-looking automatic pistol on one hand. Looming in the background was a smoking Eiffel Tower. The Watson poster, meanwhile, pictures Jude with some sort of weapon while standing before London's Big Ben which has giant clouds of smoke billowing from its base.

"A Game of Shadows" follows Sherlock as he pursues a new criminal mastermind at large, Professor Moriarty. Equally as intellect as Sherlock, Moriarty has an advantage over the renowned detective for his capacity for evil and complete lack of conscience. Still, Sherlock gets new helps in the form of his older brother Mycroft Holmes and a gypsy woman named Sim.

A sequel to 2009's "", this action mystery film is directed by Guy Ritchie and is due for U.S. release on December 16. , and are added to the cast ensemble, while returns to portray Irene Adler.

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