The new installment of the famous detective’s little sister, also with Henry Cavill in the role of Sherlock, will begin filming in London soon.
The cases of the little sister of the world’s most famous detective return to Netflix with Enola Holmes 2. The sequel about the character played by Millie Bobby Brown and created by Nancy Springer in her literary saga will have some major returns. This is the case of Henry Cavill, who gave life to Sherlock Holmes on Enola Holmes (2020). The actor of The Witcher He is not the only one who will regain his role in the second installment directed again by Harry Bradbeer, Helena Bonham Carter will also be back.
As reported The Wrap, the actress will return in Enola Holmes 2 What Eudora, the mother of the protagonist. In the first installment, his disappearance is key for Brown’s character to carry out his first case as a detective. In addition to Carter, will also be back Susan Wokoma, who played Edith, one of the members of the secret feminist society of Eudora. Adeel Akhtar will once again get into the inspector’s shoes Lestrade and Louis Partridge in that of Lord Tewkesbury.
Who has not yet confirmed his return is Sam Claflin. The actor played Mycroft Holmes -the third brother Holmes- in the first installment.
As for the new signings for the sequel, Enola Holmes 2 will feature David Thewlis, known for giving life to Oar Lupine in the saga Harry Potter. Also joining the cast are Sharon Duncan-Brewster –left Kynes on Dune-, Hannah Dodd, Abbie Hern, Gabriel Tierney and Serrana Su-Ling Bliss.
Filming on the sequel to begin soon in London And, for now, Netflix is keeping the plot of the movie a secret. However, as Enola Holmes adapted the first book in the Springer saga titled The case of the missing marquis, it is likely that the second installment follows the order of the literary series and is based on the sequel entitled The case of the left-handed lady. In the book, the protagonist begins the search for Lady Cecily Alistair, a woman who has disappeared.
Behind the scenes, in addition to the return of director Harry Bradbeer, the sequel will also once again feature Jack Thorne as a screenwriter.