‘Enola Holmes’: Netflix movie with Henry Cavill and Millie Bobby Brown

‘Enola Holmes’: Netflix movie with Henry Cavill and Millie Bobby Brown

THE Netflix released the first images and the official synopsis of the new film derived from the stories of Sherlock Holmes: . In the feature, the actor Henry Cavill (DC’s Superman) will be the famous detective, and the star of, Millie Bobby Brown, will be Enola, Sherlock’s younger sister. Check out everything we already know about production.

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Synopsis of

Based on Nancy Springer’s acclaimed book series, it will tell the story of Sherlock Holmes and Mycroft Holmes’ younger sister (Sam Claflin). In the film, little Enola flees after her mother’s disappearance (Helena Bonham Carter), and ends up becoming a great private investigator. See the official synopsis, published on the website:

When her mother disappears on her 16th birthday, Enola seeks help from her older brothers. But as soon as she realizes that they are less interested in solving the case than sending her to boarding school, Enola does the only thing that a smart, resourceful and fearless girl in 1880 would do: flee to London to look for -over there. Encountering several memorable characters along the way, Enola finds herself in the midst of a conspiracy that could alter the course of political history.

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Netflix is ​​sued by heirs of the creator of

The heirs of Artur Conan Doyle, creator of, and author Nancy Springer, responsible for the character’s books, filed a lawsuit against the giant of the. According to them, the film produced by Netflix, derives from its copyright property.

Netflix claims that the rights to the stories became public domain in 2014. However, the accusers claim that they own the last ten works by (published between 1923 and 1927), in which the character acquires a more humane personality, and that the story of is based on these new traits.

Despite the process, the film , directed by Harry Bradbeer, with an adapted script written by Jack Thorne, is expected to arrive at Netflix in September this year. We hope that, by then, the legal issues have been resolved.