‘Enola Holmes 2’ Trailer: Millie Bobby Brown Is Back in Netflix Sequel

‘Enola Holmes 2’ Trailer: Millie Bobby Brown Is Back in Netflix Sequel

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Millie Bobby Brown’s Enola Holmes is back on the case in the official “Enola Holmes 2” trailer.

An extension of the iconic Sherlock Holmes character created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the franchise stars Brown as the youngest sibling of the Holmes family, who must come into her own as a capable detective, as she faces her brother Sherlock ( Henry Cavill) state.

The sequel and its predecessor are based on the “The Enola Holmes Mysteries” series for young adults created by Nancy Springer. The first film chronicles Enola’s search for her mother Eudoria Holmes, played by Helena Bonham Carter, who gave the young sleuth plenty of twists and turns to navigate. Netflix describes the sequel’s mystery as one of “historic proportions,” requiring “two Holmes,” hinting at a bigger role for Cavill’s Sherlock.

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The official trailer for the sequel comes about a month after Netflix posted a playful teaser poster for the film, highlighting the franchise’s main characters in plain sight, in the middle of a crowded area.

Harry Bradbeer returns to direct the sequel, having previously directed television episodes of “Fleabag”, “Ramy” and “Killing Eve” before taking on the “Enola Holmes” franchise. In addition to Cavill and Bonham Carter reprising their roles, Louis Partridge, Adeel Akhtar, Susie Wokoma, Sharon Duncan-Brewster and David Thewlis will also star.

The original “Enola Holmes” was originally slated for a theatrical release by Warner Bros. before Netflix picked up the distribution rights during the COVID-19 pandemic. Netflix released the first movie on its streaming platforms in September 2020. For the sequel, Netflix will again take care of the distribution. The film is from Legendary Pictures and PCMA Productions.

The sequel is slated to release on the streaming service on November 4. Watch the trailer below.

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