Rober Downey Jr Interview

AEkinci: We started to see you as Sherlock, especially after watching the second Sherlock Holmes Movie. What do you think about this character?

Rober Downey Jr: I really enjoyed playing Sherlock Holmes, and I still continue to do so. I feel very close to him.

AEkinci: What kind of roles do you prefer?

Rober Downey Jr: I feel really good when I play smart people and outstanding individuals. Playing Sherlock, who is indiscreet, handicapped in the relationship department, anxious, extraordinary and very intelligent, made me say ‘I’m so glad I’m doing this job’.

AEkinci: The actions scenes of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are more emphasized in the second movie. How did you prepare for those scenes?

Rober Downey Jr: I work out regularly anyway. So I didn’t have to do anything special for the action scenes in the movies. However, director Guy Ritchie has a characteristic; he really makes everyone on the set work really hard. He made us work for days. I can say with pride that neither I nor Jude Law did not use any extras in any of the action scenes. Most of the scratches and bruises on our faces were real.

AEkinci: How would you describe the relationship between Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson?

Rober Downey Jr: When I first med Jude Law, we had lunch together. An ordinary meal. Then we had dinner. Then lunch again. Then breakfast. Our friendship developed so naturally that we started to understand each other really well. Such intimacy was reflected onto the set. So we didn’t act, we were being ourselves. I think that Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are exactly like that. They have a very powerful relationship between them. These characters are symbolic and they represent our inner masks. We have many emotions, including being unstable. In that context, what makes their relationship strong is their devotion to each other…

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