“I just make him really uncomfortable”: Millie Bobby Brown Confesses She Made Henry Cavill’s Life Miserable in Enola Holmes 2

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Henry Cavill and Millie Bobby Brown are set to return once again as Netflix’s most lovable and relatable sibling duo in Enola Holmes 2. As the Holmes family reunites, including the eccentric mother played by Helena Bonham Carter, the Victorian towns and cobbled streets of London seem engulfed in mystery once again. Against this backdrop clashes the wit and skill of the Holmes sleuths as they are found traipsing around the city in their search for the sinister endgame.

Henry Cavill as Sherlock Holmes
Henry Cavill as Sherlock Holmes in Enola Holmes 2

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Millie Bobby Brown Recalls Teasing Henry Cavill On Set

The game is afoot on the sets of the Netflix ensemble mystery thriller. During the filming of Enola Holmes 2, the much-anticipated sequel to its 2020 predecessor, Millie Bobby Brown found it an exceptionally enticing and easy task to tease Henry Cavill mercilessly to the end of his wits. In fact, so much so that the older actor would be made to feel uncomfortable by the extent of Brown’s antics. And this all sounds gleefully like the sibling rivalry that we hope extends to the screen.


“He’s an introvert and I’m not, so that in itself. I just tease him on my loudness and I just make him really uncomfortable, which is what I’m good at. I’m very loud and I like to sing a lot and I like to talk to him about reality dating shows and he’s just not interested, and that’s me teasing him. That’s like stage one for me, we haven’t even got to stage 10. It’s a process.”

Henry Cavill and Millie Bobby Brown during a promotional event for Enola Holmes 2
Henry Cavill and Millie Bobby Brown during the red carpet event for Enola Holmes 2

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Enola Holmes 2 will be directed by Harry Bradbeer who also helmed the first project. The film, an adaptation of Nancy Springer’s novels, will witness Millie Bobby Brown reprising her role as Enola Holmes, the youngest Holmes sibling alongside Henry Cavill’s Sherlock Holmes, the infamous sleuth who too becomes entrenched in a mystery that seems to vex him to no end.

Enola Holmes 2: Cast, Plot Details, and Release Date

The Netflix ensemble film will feature Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill as its focal narrative. Helena Bonham Carter, Susan Wokoma, and Louis Partridge too will return to reprise their roles as Eudoria Holmes, Edith, and Viscount Tewkesbury respectively. Adeel Akhtar stars as the famed Inspector Lestrade while David Thewlis joins the cast as Superintendent Grail. Sam Claflin remains sadly absent from his role as Mycroft Holmes.

Enola Holmes 2
Enola Holmes 2

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The narrative of Enola Holmes 2 will find the titular protagonist founding her own detective agency in the aftermath of the events of the first film. While stranded for a case, her luck finally turns when she is employed to find a girl’s missing sister. Even though Enola is insistent to prove her mettle despite the overshadowing career of her elder Holmes brother, she crosses paths with the much more successful and very in-demand sibling, Sherlock, and the two join forces to finally crack the case that has managed to disrupt the colorful lives of those belonging to the prim London society.

Enola Holmes 2 is set to release on Netflix on 4 November 2022.


Source: ET Canada


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