‘Enola Holmes 2’ Trailer: Millie Bobby Brown And Henry Cavill Are Back On The Case

The clues weren’t necessarily there for Netflix that Enola Holmes would be the hit it turned out to be. Even as some tried to write it off as just another pandemic success, the charming film earned star Millie Bobby Brown even more fans than she already had through Stranger Things. And now just two years later the teen sleuth is back for Enola Holmes 2, which looks like just as much of a joy.

Brown is back as the kid sister to Sherlock Holmes, played once again by Henry Cavill. Helena Bonham Carter also returns as matriarch Eudoria Holmes. This time around, Enola has fully followed in her old brother’s footsteps as a detective, and is on the case of a missing girl.

David Thewlis, Louis Partridge, Susie Wokoma, Adeel Akhtar, and Sharon Duncan-Brewster co-star. Harry Bradbeer returns to direct, just as Jack Thorne is once again on the screenplay.

Enola Holmes 2 hits Netflix on November 4th.

Fresh off the triumph of solving her first case, Enola Holmes (Millie Bobby Brown) follows in the footsteps of her famous brother, Sherlock (Henry Cavill), and opens her own agency – only to find that life as a female detective-for-hire isn’t as easy as it seems. Resigned to accepting the cold realities of adulthood, she is about to close shop when a penniless matchstick girl offers Enola her first official job: to find her missing sister. But this case proves to be far more puzzling than expected, as Enola is thrown into a dangerous new world – from London’s sinister factories and colorful music halls, to the highest echelons of society and 221B Baker Street itself. As the sparks of a deadly conspiracy ignite, Enola must call upon the help of friends – and Sherlock himself – to unravel her mystery. The game, it seems, has found its feet again!


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