Seven years after the first movie, the sequel to Gnomeo & Juliet is finally here! An animated comedy by Kelly Asbury, the film revived the story of Romeo and Juliet in the most adorable way ever. Now, the gnomes are back! Sherlock Gnomes has been directed by John Stevenson and will explore the lives of the gnomes in a new neighborhood. What’s more? Arthur Conan Doyle’s popular characters will also be a part of this madness. You definitely want to catch this fun comedy in theatres, but before you do so, you must know the voices behind the delightful characters of Sherlock Gnomes.

Sherlock Gnomes cast - BookMyShow

Gnomeo – James McAvoy

Popular for his role of the young Professor Charles Xavier in the X-Men series as well as his brilliant performance in M. Night Shyamalan's Split, McAvoy will reprise his lead role of Gnomeo.

Juliet – Emily Blunt

Blunt, too, will return in her lead role of Juliet. This is an exciting year for the actress, who will also be seen playing lead roles in A Quiet Place and Mary Poppins Returns.

Sherlock Gnomes – Johnny Depp

New to the cast is the veteran actor Depp, who will play the famous detective. From the trailer, it seems that Depp’s character will be stealing this movie from Gnomeo and Juliet.

Gnome Watson – Chiwetel Ejiofor

Sherlock is incomplete without Watson. This character is voiced by Ejiofor, who is best known for his Oscar-winning role in 12 Years a Slave.

Irene Adler – Mary J. Blige

One of the Sherlock favorites, Adler will also be a part of this fun mix and voicing her is singer Mary J. Blige, who makes a debut in an animated film.

Sherlock Gnomes cast - BookMyShow

Lady Blueberry – Maggie Smith

Popular for her roles of Professor McGonagall in the Harry Potter series and Dowager Countess in Downton Abbey, the Dame will reprise her role as the leader of the blue gnomes.

Lord Redbrick – Michael Caine

Meanwhile, the leader of the blue gnomes and Juliet's overprotective widower father will be played by Caine, best known for working with director Christopher Nolan.

Now, how excited are you for the release of Sherlock Gnomes? Tell us about your favorite character in comments below and don’t forget to catch it in theatres.