Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work with the dapper and charming Robert Downey Jr.? Well, Guy Ritchie has the answer.
The director visited "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Monday night to promote his upcoming sequel "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" and ended up revealing a little bit about his working relationship with one of the coolest cats in Hollywood.
When Kimmel asked if it "is easy to be his director," Ritchie simply responded, "no."
He goes onto explain that "Rob's a frustrated director anyway but also he's a powerhouse of creativity and he hates the word no. And I'm the guy who has to say no."
Since this is the second film the two have worked on together, you might ask how these two pals reconcile their on-set differences. "And so," Ritchie continues, "we're like brothers, we wrestle."
"He likes to wrestle ... he likes to dress up like a woman and likes to wrestle," Ritchie joked.
Well, if we weren't interested before...
"Sherlock Homes: A Game of Shadows" hits theaters in December 16.