Legendary Leisure is once more teaming up with Netflix for a sequel to “Enola Holmes,” as confirmed by the Hollywood Reporter. Each Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill are reprising their roles, however it’s unclear as of this writing if Sam Claflin will probably be again as Mycroft Holmes.
Contemplating the success of the primary movie, it ought to come as no stunning that each authentic author Jack Throne and director Harry Bradbeer are returning for the “Enola” sequel. Legendary’s producers Mary Guardian, Alex Garcia, and Ali Mendes are additionally again on board, and Paige Brown and Millie Bobby Brown herself return as producers by way of PCMA Productions.
The primary “Enola Holmes” film is predicated partly on the primary novel in Nancy Springer’s sequence: “The Case of the Lacking Marquess.” It stands to purpose that the sequel might decide up with an adaptation of the second guide within the sequence, “The Case of the Left-Handed Woman,” though there are 5 books nonetheless to play with.
One factor neither producers nor performers must cope with once more are lawsuits from the property of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. On account of what was deemed a too-emotional model of Sherlock Holmes, the property filed go well with in opposition to creator Nancy Springer, Legendary Footage, PCMA Productions, and Netflix. That lawsuit was in the end dismissed in December 2020.
With that out of the way in which, each Enola and Sherlock are free to be as emotional or unemotional as they need when the sequel to “Enola Holmes” ultimately arrives on Netflix. As of now, there is no official launch date for the “Enola Holmes” sequel.