Henry Cavill responds to rumors of a SHERLOCK HOLMES solo movie

Henry Cavill was fantastic in the role of Sherlock Holmes in the Enola Holmes franchise. He fits the role so well, and fans seem to appreciate how he brought this iconic character to life.

Many fans wondered if Cavill would get his own solo Sherlock Holmes movie, and there was a post-credits scene in Enola Holmes 2 this led fans to think that might be the case and the rumors started.

In the post-credits scenes (Spoiler Alert) we see Sherlock Holmes and John Watson meeting for the first time. It was a cool moment, and it really raised the buzz for a potential solo movie. But, according to Cavill, that’s not the direction this is all going. It brought home the fact that this world of Enola Holmes is still very Enola-centric. He said:

“This universe is very much Enola’s, so she will always be involved. I think it’s important to make that connection between the two characters.

Cavill went on to say that Millie Bobby BrownEnola’s character is crucial to the story, and she’s what makes this whole franchise unique:

“It was not a deliberate attempt to appropriate it. I think living in the universe of Enola, in all literature and all other mediums, he has no Enola. He has a Watson, but it’s very different from having an Enola. There’s a strong emotional connection to Enola there, there’s a similarity in the way they’re raised. This allows for a slightly different point of view. When it comes to Enola, there’s always this emotionality with connection, which is otherwise unique to the Enola universe.

Makes sense. These movies gave us a very different perspective on all of this Enola, but Cavill’s involvement as Holmes is definitely the icing on the cake. Fans love her in the role. It’s going to be fun to see how this story continues, especially now that Watson is making his big debut!

In Enola Houses 2“Fresh from the triumph of solving her first case, Enola Holmes follows in the footsteps of her famous brother, Sherlock, and opens her own agency – only to find that life as a female detective isn’t quite as easy. as it seems,” reads the synopsis. “Resigned to accepting the cold realities of adulthood, she is about to close up shop when a penniless match girl offers Enola her first official job: finding her sister. But this case turns out to be much more confusing than expected, as Enola is thrown into a dangerous new world – from the grim factories and colorful music halls of London, to the highest echelons of society and 221B Baker. Street himself. As the sparks of a murderous plot ignite, Enola must call on friends – and Sherlock himself – to unravel his mystery. The game, it seems, has regained its brands!”\

The sequel featured the return of Millie Bobby Brown as the titular teen detective, Henry Cavill as Sherlock Holmes, Louis Partridge like Tewkesbury, Helena Bonham Carter like Eudoria Holmes, and Susan Wokoma like Edith, David Thewlis (wonder woman), Adel Akhtar (Greedy), Sharon Duncan Brewster (Dunes), Abbie Hern (The twilight zone), Hannah Dodd (fight with my family), Gabriel Tierney (Effort), and Serrana Su-Ling Bliss.

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