Sherlock Holmes, the world popular fictional private detective created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle has always been portrayed by many and been the solver of many crimes. What once was a character in words by Doyle, is now popular with its reproductions through visuals both through series and movies.
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Sherlock Holmes 2009
Sherlock Holmes was first made into film in 2009. This movie was directed by Guy Ritchie and produced by Joel Silver, Lionel Wigram, Susan Downey and Dan Lin. Robert Downey Jr. portrayed Sherlock Holmes and Jude Law played the character Dr. John Watson. This film made a box office collection 524 Million Dollars and its budget was only 90 Million Dollars.
The movie progressed through 1890 London. Sherlock and his partner investigate against the Lord Henry Blackwood who killed five young women. The movie had another sequel named “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows” which was released in 2011.
Downey once said the character description seemed more connected to his own personality.
The next Sherlock was not in movies but was through a series. The series starring Benedict Cumberbatch was first premiered on 25th July 2010 through BBC One and BBC HD. Cumberbatch portrayed the mysterious side of the detective more promptly. His method of deduction was aptly clear through each and every episode of the series. Martin Freeman portrayed the partner of Sherlock Holmes, Dr Watson.
Enola Holmes 2020
The next portrayal of Holmes is through the movie Enola Holmes. Netflix Enola Holmes received positive response around the world right from its inception.
Though Sherlock Holmes is not the central figure in the movie, Sherlock comes in as an important figure. The movie stars Millie Bobby Brown as the little sister (Enola Holmes) of Sherlock Holmes. The British actor Henry Cavill is playing the role of Sherlock Holmes in the new movie. Apart from other presentations of Sherlock, the new movie Enola Holmes revolve around the mysterious story of Enola Holmes.