Millie Bobby Brown as Enola Holmes

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Millie Bobby Brown is transforming into Enola Holmes, the little sister of famed detective Sherlock, who will be played by Henry Cavill in a new Netflix mystery!


The Stranger Things star is no stranger to mystery as she takes on her next role. Titled Enola Holmes, the new film takes place in 1884 England where there is always a mystery waiting to be solved.

Joining Brown as Enola is Man of Steel star Cavill as Sherlock and Sam Claflin as the other Holmes brother, Mycroft. Completing the mysterious family is their mother played by Helena Bonham Carter, who goes missing on the morning of Enola's 16th birthday, sending her on a clue chase through London to find her.

The story is based on the Enola Holmes Mysteries series written by Nancy Springer, based on the iconic character of Sherlock Holmes created by Arthur Conan Doyle in the late 1800's.

Netflix shared the exclusive photos of Brown, Cavill, and Claflin on Instagram, which Brown also shared on her personal account.

Enola Holmes comes out on Netflix in September.

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