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Holmes and Watson (2018, Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly)



The Step Brothers are reunited – this time playing the world’s greatest consulting detective and his loyal biographer – as Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly star as Holmes and Watson.

production details
USA | Sony | 100 minutes | 2018
Director: Etan Cohen
Script: Etan Cohen, Arthur Conan Doyle,

Will Ferrell as Sherlock Holmes
John C. Reilly as Dr. John Watson
Rebecca Hall as Dr. Grace Hart
Ralph Fiennes as Prof. James Moriarty
Rob Brydon as Inspector Lestrade
Hugh Laurie as Mycroft Holmes
Kelly Macdonald as Mrs. Hudson
Lauren Lapkus as Millie
Lilly Aspell as Urchin (uncredited)
Noah Jupe as Doxy
Pam Ferris as Queen Victoria
Steve Coogan
Bella Ramsey as Flotsam
Adam Scherr as Wrestler
Michael Culkin as Judge Over
Kieran O’Brien as PC Smalls
Jordan Long as Herbert
Jorge Leon Martinez as British Soldier
Billy Jenkins as Mudfog
Gerard Monaco as Officer
Scarlet Grace as Pickle
James Eeles as Manager Mr. Petrucka
Karl Farrer as Russian Merchant
Shawn Dixon as Upper Class Gentleman #1
Lindy Barrett as School Girl
Oliver Maltman as Telegraph Operator
Jason Thorpe as Butler
Martin Bassindale as One Man Band
Wolf Roth as Sigmund Freud
Mark Anthony Dawson as Beefeater #1
Ethan Rouse as Newsreader
Paddy Holland as Tough Kid
Willem Dalby as Newsie Man
Amelia O’Loughlin as White Star-Line Girl
Deepak Anand as Nobleman
Christian Wolf-La’Moy as English Gentleman
Sonnyboy Skelton as Doxy’s Dad
Hector Bateman-Harden as Young Sherlock Holmes
Paul T.T. Easter as John
Daniel Fearn as The Drooling Man
Phil Hodges as Mr. Algernon Barkworth
Paul Cassidy as Charlie Chaplin
Anjan Kannan as Townsfolk
Laura Stevely as Sherlock’s Mother
John Kinory as Instructing Solicitor
Joseph Macnab as Fitness Instructor
Russell Wilcox as The Announcer
Craig Thomas Lambert as Yeoman of the guard
Lochlan White as Newsie Kid – Timmy
Riley White as Newsie Kid – Jimmy
Benjamin Lok as Courtroom Person 3
Jamie Baughan as Titanic Captain
Sara Beasley as Mrs. Frobisher
Henrihs Ahmadejevs as Drunk
David Handley as Executioner
Martyn Mayger as Buckingham Palace Guest
Codie-Lei Eastick as Young Watson
Anthony Richard Rowe as Victorian Gentleman
Samantha Sharon Watson as Elizabeth – Lady of the Night
David Shackleton as Albert Einstein
Matthew Di Liello as Telly-Phone Assistant
David Stoller as Guard (Southampton)
Colby Mulgrew as Haybag
Darren Lake as Disorientated Man
Mick Slaney as Docker
Mark Behan as Ringside Bookie
Wesley Kent-Hargreaves as The Weird Child
David Bromley as Phone Guy
Ellie Rose Eames as Newschild
Joey Grima as Queen Victoria’s Grenadier Guard
Angus Cook as Policeman
Neil Main as Screaming Soldier
Stanley Eldridge as Waiter 2
Edward Olhausen as Street Urchin
Nick Davison as Upper Class Gentleman (uncredited)
Hugh O’Brien as Garden Party Guest (uncredited)
Andrew G. Ogleby as Lower Class Citizen (uncredited)
Richard Price as Newsboy (uncredited)
Pete Freerunner Simpson as Police Officer (uncredited)