Netflix is coming up with the brand new mystery film titled Enola Holmes. It is directed by Harry Bradbeer, and it features Millie Bobby Brown in the titular role alongside Henry Cavill as Sherlock Holmes. The film is produced by Mary Parent, Millie Bobby Brown, Alex Garcia, and Paige Brown. It is inspired by the novel of Nancy Springer titled The Enola Holmes Mysteries.
The film is center on detective Sherlock’s younger sister named Enola Homes. Sherlock fans are eagerly waiting to see this Netflix flick. So keep reading to catch every significant update on it:
The good news is the upcoming Netflix film will not be impacted by the coronavirus outbreak. Many upcoming shows and movies already delayed due to the pandemic. The shooting was already finished back in the previous year, and now it is reportedly in post-production.
So, Enola Holmes is slated to arrive on Netflix in September 2020. It was first set to release in the theaters, but unfortunately, because of coronavirus, now the film will release online.
Netflix did not release the trailer for the upcoming mystery film, but you can see the first look of the film below:
Sherlock and Mycroft Holmes have a younger sister — and this September, she’s taking her first case.
Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, and Sam Claflin star in Enola Holmes pic.twitter.com/etnfJLArFm
— Netflix (@netflix) June 25, 2020
This is the star cast of forthcoming thriller flick of Netflix named Enola Holmes:
- Millie Bobby Brown as Enola Holmes
- Sam Claflin as Mycroft Holmes
- Helena Bonham Carter as Eudoria Holmes
- Henry Cavill as Sherlock Holmes
- Adeel Akhtar
- Fiona Shaw
- Louis Partridge
- Frances de la Tour
- Susie Wokoma
- Burn Gorman
This film is heavily inspired by the novels of Nancy Springer and it will show how the sherlock’s sister manages to solve her first case. She will find her missing mother in London.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Estate Sues Netflix
So soon when Netflix made the announcement of the Enola Holmes, The Conan Doyle Estate sued Netflix and others over copyright and trademark concerns. The estate registered a lawsuit against Netflix as the film is violating copyright. They still have that copyrights for the stories that we will be going to see in Sherlock’s sister film Enola Holmes. We are hoping that it will not impact the release of the upcoming flick.