The sport is afoot! Once more! A few years in the past, Netflix delivered the primary Enola Holmes outing – starring Millie Bobby Brown because the titular detective (and never precisely Conan Doyle-canonical sister to Sherlock), with Henry Cavill within the deerstalker, in an adaptation of Nancy Springer’s books. It was a enjoyable little YA mystery-caper, displaying there’s certainly one other means of doing Holmes et al on display, with one other robust efficiency from the Stranger Issues star, and Fleabag-gy fourth-wall-breaking humour from director Harry Bradbeer – no thriller there, since he actually directed Fleabag. Now, they’re all again for a follow-up, merely titled Enola Holmes 2 (for now, not less than), and Netflix has shared a bunch of name new photographs. Have a look.
If all of it appears to be like suitably Sherlockian (or, Enolian?), the first-look photographs give contemporary peeks in any respect the returning stars – not simply Brown and Cavill, however Helena Bonham Carter because the Holmes’ mom Eudoria, and Louis Partridge because the dashing Tewkesbury. Plus, there’s a brand new forged member within the combine right here – Sharon Duncan-Brewster, who performed Dr. Liet-Kynes in Denis Villeneuve’s Dune, has joined the forged in an undisclosed position. Right here’s the official synopsis: “Enola’s latest journey begins after a younger lady working in a match manufacturing unit hires her to find her lacking sister. Earlier than lengthy, Enola finds herself drawn right into a high-stakes chase throughout London, journeying from the town’s seedy industrial underbelly to the glitzy galas of excessive society.”
Netflix has additionally confirmed that the sequel, as soon as once more penned by the ever-busy Jack Thorne, might be hitting the streaming service within the not-too-distant future – set to drop on 4 November. For now, all the pieces else is a thriller.