Millie Bobby Brown fans will not have to wait much longer to watch her solving mysteries again in Victorian outfits in the Enola Holmes sequel. The Stranger Things star was previously announced to return for the already-confirmed second instalment on Sherlock Holmes’ perceptive, rebellious little sister, a character first introduced in the YA book series of the same name by Nancy Springer. Netflix has confirmed in a recent tweet that the upcoming movie will stream later this year.
However, a confirmed release date is yet to be announced. In the announcement tweet, Netflix revealed the release dates of some of the most anticipated series and movies. While Fate: The Winx Saga S2 will hit the streaming platform this autumn, Blonde will release on September 23. The Gray Man will release on July 22, Locke & Key season 3 on August 10 and Warrior Nun season 2 this fall.
Meanwhile, when the sequel was announced back in May 2021, Millie Bobby Brown shared, “I can’t wait to collaborate again with my Enola Holmes family! Enola holds a special place in my heart she’s strong, fearless, intelligent and brave. I look forward to fans seeing how her journey continues!” Alongside Brown, The Witcher’s Henry Cavill will reprise the role of famed detective Sherlock, while Pistol star Louis Partridge will return as Tewkesbury.
Brown starred as the lead character Enola Holmes, a brave teen, who goes on a journey to search for her missing mother. She uses her sleuthing skills to outsmart big brother Sherlock and help a runaway lord. However, production and filming began in the fall of 2021. Cavill wrapped filming in November 2021. The second movie’s production officially wrapped up on January 7, 2022.
In Enola Holmes 2, Millie Bobby Brown is expected to conduct another investigation. And Netflix has revealed a slight premise for the sequel. In the sequel, Enola Holmes will take on her first case as a detective. But this time, she’ll need the help of her friends and her brother Sherlock Holmes to solve the mystery of a missing girl. Enola discusses how she, like the rest of her family, needs to find her ‘own path.’