"I finally said, 'You know what? I don't think I can continue doing this.' And I reached out for help, and I ran with it," said the "Sherlock Holmes" star who has become the unofficial poster child for sobriety in Hollywood thanks to his successful comeback after cleaning up his act. "You can reach out for help in kind of a half-assed way, and you'll get it, and you won't take advantage of it. It's not that difficult to overcome these seemingly ghastly problems. ... What's hard is to decide to actually do it."