Enola Holmes is streaming on Netflix from November 4, 2022. The movie stars Millie Bobby Brown in the lead role, along with Henry Cavill and is based on the book Enola Holmes Mysteries written by Nancy Springer. The plot revolves around Enola Homes who establishes her own detective agency. Enola accepts her first case as a professional detective. But she rapidly learns that being a female detective-for-hire comes with several challenges.
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Apart from Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill, the movie also stars Adeel Akhtar as Lestrade, Susie Wokoma as Edith, and Helena Bonham Carter as Viscount Tewkesbury. David Thewlis and Sharon Duncan-Brewster have been added as new cast members in the sequel.
The movie is produced by Legendary Pictures and PCMA Productions.
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In the first movie, Enola Holmes tried to look for her mother Eudoria Holmes. There were many difficulties and impediments in her quest to find her mother. In the sequel, Enola Holmes makes the decision to start her own detective agency after successfully resolving her mother’s case. Enola also looks up to her brother Sherlock Holmes who was a renowned detective.
Enola makes the decision to launch her own agency in the same way her brother did. But she quickly learns being a female detective-for-hire comes with several challenges. As she was about to give up on her job, a poor girl offers Enola her first case of finding her missing sister.
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The major part of the film was shot in Hull, England and the filming began in 2021. The filming concluded on January 7, 2022.
The official teaser of the film was released a month before the trailer. The Enola Holmes 2 trailer was released during TUDUM, a worldwide Netflix fan event on September 24. The trailer briefly showed a number of outrageous and chaotic occurrences in Enola’s life.
The first movie, Enola Holmes, was supposed release in theatres by Warner Bros. Netflix bought the rights to release it during the Covid-19 pandemic. The sequel will also be streaming on Netflix.