Henry Cavill Responds to Holmes Movie Rumors Starring Him!
A post-credits scene in the recently released Enola Holmes 2 seemed to hint at an iconic duo teaming up, but actor Henry Cavill says otherwise.
After the movie ends, a post-credits scene depicts Sherlock and John Watson meeting for the first time. Watson is Sherlock’s iconic foil and companion. The actor remarked in an interview with The Wrap that the universe of Enola Holmes is still very much about Enola, despite the fact that this sequence got people excited about a potential standalone feature featuring Cavill.
Enola will always be part of this realm because it is largely hers, according to Cavill. Making that connection between the two characters, in my opinion, is crucial. The character of Enola is essential to this story and what sets it apart from earlier Sherlock tales, continued Cavill, echoing remarks made by director Harry Bradbeer.
It wasn’t my intention to claim it as my own. Cavill said, “I guess he doesn’t have an Enola existing within the Enola universe, in all the literature and all the other mediums.” He does have a Watson, but having a Watson is not the same as having an Enola. There is a deep emotional affinity for Enola there because of the similarities in their upbringing. It enables a marginally different frame of view. There is always an emotional quality to the relationship when it comes to Enola, which is unusual in the Enola universe.
The titular teen sleuth Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill as Sherlock Holmes, Louis Partridge as Tewkesbury, Helena Bonham Carter as Eudora Holmes, and Susan Wokoma as Edith all made appearances in the sequel. They were joined by Serrana Su-Ling Bliss, Gabriel Tierney (Endeavour), Adeel Akhtar (Sweet Tooth), Hannah Dodd (Fighting with My Family), Sharon Duncan-Brewster (Dune), Abbie Hern (The Twilight Zone), and David Thewlis (Wonder Woman).
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According to the summary, Enola Holmes launches her own agency after successfully solving her first case, following in the footsteps of her renowned brother, Sherlock, only to discover that life as a female detective-for-hire isn’t as simple as it sounds. She is preparing to shut down her business after coming to terms with the harsh realities of life when a matchstick girl in need gives Enola her first real job: looking for her missing sister. But as Enola is thrust into a perilous new world, from London’s grim factories and vibrant music halls to the highest strata of society and 221B Baker Street itself, this case turns out to be far more perplexing than anticipated. Enola needs the assistance of her friends and perhaps Sherlock himself to solve her mystery as the beginnings of a deadly conspiracy begin to take shape. It appears that the game has recovered its footing.
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