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Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill Returning For Enola Holmes 2 Launching This Nov 4 On Netflix

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British actress Millie Bobby Brown, along with Henry Cavill, is all set to return on Netflix with Enola Holmes 2 later this year which debuts on 4th November. PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly display an exclusive first look.

Enola Holmes 2 will go from ‘I’ to ‘we’ says director

EW has presented the upcoming Netflix sequel’s first look of Enola Holmes 2 with multiple images starring Millie Bobby Brown as Enola, Henry Cavill as Sherlock, and Louis Partridge as Tewkesbury have been released courtesy of ET along with the release date of the movie. Enola Holmes 2 will be aired on the 4th of November.

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The first Enola Holmes which was released in 2020 inaugurated viewers to the unfamiliar Holmes sister. The conversion of the mystery-thriller book series of the similar name by Nancy Springer, Enola Holmes records the adventures of Sherlock Holmes’ younger sister Enola, who, when her mother evanesces determined to become a super-sleuth in her own right.

She travels to London and establishes a clandestine private detective career specializing in missing person investigations. Harry Bradbeer directed the movie. The 18-year-old will reprise her role as the nominal teen detective and younger sister to Mycroft and Sherlock Holmes, played by Sam Claflin and Henry Cavill respectively.

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Apart from Brown and 39-year-old Cavill, Helena Bonham Carter is also coming back in the Netflix movie as the mother of the trio playing Eudoria, and Louise Partridge will reprise his role as Enola’s love interest, Viscount Tewkesbury. Other returning cast members would  join them including Adeel Akhtar and Susan Wokoma. New faces like Sharon Duncan-Brewster and David Thewlis of Harry Potter also can be seen in the film.

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“Now a detective-for-hire like her infamous brother, Enola Holmes takes on her first official case to find a missing girl, as the sparks of a dangerous conspiracy ignite a mystery that requires the help of friends — and Sherlock himself — to unravel,” the official summary of the movie reads.

The returning director has informed People regarding Enola and Sherlock, that the sleuthing siblings “are going to find themselves working together, [but] not in the way they expect” in the sequel — and will “become partners by the end” of the film.

“They’ll find that their cases are connected, and this is going to be a far more complex and challenging case for both of them. And it’s going to be an emotional journey for both of them, and in particular for Enola,” he added.

The sequel sees 56-year-old Carter, playing “a very active role” by the side of his onscreen daughter Brown, including for one scene in which she saves Enola with the help of Edith, who is 34-year-old Wokoma.

“Tewkesbury is going to play a [big] part in the second film,” said Bradbeer about the return of Partridge, “because [Louis] was such a hit in the first, and we have really enjoyed building the romance between him and Enola in this.”

Even though the first movie “was about Enola being alone” (Enola is spelled alone backward), Bradbeer revealed that the sequel features “a story [in] which we go from ‘I’ to ‘we'”

“It’s about an individual who knows to find their allies and the value of friendship and cooperation. And that’s a theme that runs through the whole film,” he added.

Bradbeer further stated that Cavill and Brown share a sibling chemistry, “a classic older-brother/younger-sister relationship” that is prevalent even off the screen. “They teased each other and just picked up on each other’s little foibles,” he shared, “Millie was always joshing, very gently, Henry, and I think he loved it.”

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