‘Sherlock Homes’ To Reboot On HBO Max

When it comes to solving crimes, only one name comes to our minds the most — ‘Sherlock Holmes.’ The fictional detective was created by British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. So far, we’ve seen many films and TV series on the genius detective. And all of them seem to amaze us in their ways.

We’ve got some excellent news for crime-solving fanatics. Your favorite detective TV series will be renewed for not only one but two whole seasons. You might be wondering who will be the new Holmes. So to answer that and many other questions, let’s move on to the next section of the article.

‘Sherlock Holmes’ to get a spin-off series

'Sherlock Homes' To Reboot On HBO Max
Image Credit: Silver Pictures

According to a report from The Hollywood Reporter, Sherlock Holmes will be coming back on HBO Max. WarnerMedia has signed a deal for two scripted series based on the novel. Moreover, the series will have Robert Drowney Jr and Lionel Wigram as executive producers.

However, it is not certain that our ‘Iron Man’ will reprise the role of detective in the upcoming series. We’ve seen the talented actor previously nailing the role in the 2009 released movie Sherlock Holmes. With all that said, let’s focus on the article’s next section.

How was ‘Sherlock Holmes’?

'Sherlock Homes' To Reboot On HBO Max
Image Credit: Silver Pictures

The original film from 2009 starring Robert Drowney Jr. as ‘Sherlock Holmes’ is based on the novels by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Even with only two films, the franchise has proved to be a blessing for Robert Downey’s career. We might’ve known him as Marvel’s famous character, but this film is proof of his versatile acting skills.

The film earned more than $524 million at the worldwide box office, and A Game of Shadows followed two years later, raking in nearly $544 million.

That’s all we have for this article. What are your expectations from the upcoming series? Do you want Robert Drowney Jr. to reprise the role? Let us know in the comment section below.

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