If you ever wonder what would happen if famed Arthur Conan Doyle literary characters Sherlock Holmes and his best friend and roomie Dr. John Watson were depicted as buffoons instead of brilliant detectives, get ready for the upcoming movie Holmes and Watson.
The duo clumsily meets the Queen of England, hunts for clues, upsets dangerous killer bees in their apartment at 221B Baker Street. They also wear very stupid disguises and possibly invent the first selfie.
Holmes and Watson must solve the ultimate murder threat against Queen Victoria (played by Pam Ferris) as they go up against masterful main villain Professor James Moriarty, played by Ralph Fiennes.
That is, they must figure out how to save Queen Victoria before they accidentally kill her themselves.
Other beloved Sherlock Holmes characters such as landlady Mrs. Hudson (played by Kelly Macdonald), Holmes' brother Mycroft (played by Hugh Laurie) and Scotland Yard Inspector Lestrade (played by Rob Brydon) are included in the mix.
Actor Rebecca Hall plays a new character, Grace Hart, the female forensics doctor who helps Holmes and Watson in their quest.
Holmes and Watson hits theaters in the US on Nov. 9 and Dec. 26 in the UK and Australia.