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Given how successful those two aforementioned films were, Fletcher's involvement is certainly a good sign, even if we were hoping for Guy Ritchie to return after directing Sherlock Holmes and its sequel, A Game of Shadows. Each have been extremely profitable, with the primary grossing $524 million globally and the second bringing in $545.four million worldwide.
But with Downey Jr. busy Stark-ing it up in the MCU, Sherlock Holmes 3 wasn't exactly a priority.
Chris Brancato is writing the screenplay based on the iconic characters by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and Susan Downey, Joel Silver and Lionel Wigram are producing along with Dan Lin. The studio had initially introduced that the movie would open on Christmas Day of 2020 however pushed again the date final March. Village Roadshow is also returning as co-producer. And Fletcher isn't a stranger to replacing another filmmaker, having stepped in at the 11th hour to complete production on Bohemian Rhapsody following Bryan Singer's exit. Fletcher is also the director of "Eddie the Eagle" and is a BAFTA nominee for his work on his debut film "Wild Bill".