With the current version of the MCU wrapping up at the culmination of next year's fourth Avengers film, it gives the opportunity for numerous series big stars to finally spread their wings and use some of their additional time to do other things.
After almost a decade between installments, Warner Bros' Sherlock Holmes franchise will continue.
Warner Bros and Village Roadshow Pictures have announced the Robert Downey Jr and Jude Law-starring third installment of the Sherlock Holmes franchise, based on the iconic British detective figure created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
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One of the big names though missing from the announcement was Guy Ritchie though as director. The first two films were successful draws at the box office, accumulating $1 billion combined, and now its finally time to close out the trilogy. You would nearly say that a third film should not be warranted if Ritchie is not to helm it. While there is no director now attached to the project, producers Susan Downey (The Judge), Joel Silver (Collide), and Lionel Wigram (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them) have been confirmed. Ritchie is now keeping busy with Disney's live-action Aladdin remake, which is slated to arrive in theaters on May 24, 2019. Hopefully, we will hear some positive news on this soon. Curiously, a Christmas 2020 release date places the film up against Avatar 2, echoing the original film releasing straight after Avatar. There is no chance that Warner Bros. would risk it by replacing even one of them for the third take.