Who played the female lead in Sherlock Holmes?

Who played the female lead in Sherlock Holmes?

Noomi Rapace
The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo star and hot Hollywood property Noomi Rapace has landed her first English-language role in Sherlock Holmes 2. What’s more, the Swedish actress has nabbed the female lead in the sequel, according to THR.

Who are the actors in the new Sherlock Holmes movie?


  • Robert Downey Jr. as Sherlock Holmes.
  • Jude Law as Dr. John Watson.
  • Jared Harris as Professor James Moriarty.
  • Noomi Rapace as Madame Simza Heron.
  • Stephen Fry as Mycroft Holmes.
  • Kelly Reilly as Mary Morstan.
  • Rachel McAdams as Irene Adler.
  • Eddie Marsan as Inspector Lestrade.

Who played Blackwell in Sherlock Holmes?

Mark Strong
Strong in 2019
Born Marco Giuseppe Salussolia 5 August 1963 London, England
Occupation Actor
Years active 1989–present

Is Sherlock Holmes 2009 Rated R?

Sherlock Holmes is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for intense sequences of violence and action, some startling images and a scene of suggestive material. Violence will be the greatest issue in deciding if this movie is appropriate for older teens.

Is Sherlock Holmes 3 Cancelled?

Warner Bros originally set a December 25, 2020 release date for the third movie, before pushing it back an entire year to December 22, 2021. As mentioned above though, that release date won’t be met and currently Sherlock Holmes 3 doesn’t have a confirmed release date.

Is Blackwood A Moriarty?

Blackwood is a cultist and performs several human sacrifices before being brought to justice. Part of the machine was taken by Professor Moriarty while Holmes is distracted chasing Blackwood and Irene Adler to the unfinished Tower Bridge.

Is there nudity in the movie Sherlock Holmes?

SEX/NUDITY 4 – A woman kisses a man passionately. A man and a woman hug and she kisses his neck. Women wear low-cut dresses that reveal cleavage in a few scenes. We see three small nude male statues in the background (bare chests and genitals are visible).

Is Sherlock Holmes autistic?

Others, Klinger adds, have suggested that Sherlock Holmes may have had a mild form of autism, commonly known as Asperger’s syndrome. This disorder was reported in the medical literature in 1944 by an Austrian pediatrician, Hans Asperger.