Guy Ritchies Sherlock Holmes will be gayFebruary 22nd, 2009 - 1:52 pm ICT by ANI
London, Feb 22 (ANI): Guy Ritchies new flick Sherlock Holmes is going to portray Sir Arthur Conan Doyles legendary character in a gay way.
In the film, Holmes, being played by Robert Downey Jr, is seen sharing a bed with Dr Watson, being played by Jude Law.
Holmes can also be seen enjoying some man-to-man wrestling with his close chum.
Were two men who happen to be room-mates, wrestle a lot and share a bed. Its badass, News of the World quoted Robert Downey Jr, as saying.
Law added: Guy wanted to make this about the relationship between Watson and Holmes. Theyre both mean and complicated.
Sherlock Holmes is famous for donning his deerstalker hat, puffing on a pipe and solving mysteries with his trusted sidekick. (ANI)
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