Enola Holmes 2 trailer: Millie Bobby Brown returns for second adventure

Last Updated on September 27, 2022


Last month, Netflix announced that the sequel to 2020’s Enola Holmes, the aptly titled Enola Holmes 2, would come to the streaming service in November. Now, we have the first trailer for the adventure courtesy of this weekend’s Tudum event.

In the trailer for Enola Holmes 2, we see Enola being chased by two officers, halting only to break the fourth wall and say to the viewer, “Perhaps I should explain.” Unassigned to any case, Enola seems envious that her older brother Sherlock (Henry Cavill) is on a particularly frustrating one. Enter a young girl, who enlists Enola to help find her missing sister. This will give her the chance to live up to the Holmes family name–and take her “from London’s sinister factories and colorful music halls to the highest echelons of society and 221B Baker Street itself.” She’ll also get to team with her bro, as the cases may be connected…

The first Enola Holmes proved to be a major success for Netflix, pulling in viewers from a reported 76 million households. That places it easily in the top 10, alongside the likes of Bird Box and Extraction. This should come as no surprise, as certainly any fan of Millie Bobby Brown–who of course stars in Netflix’s smash Stranger Things–would have clicked Play. This bodes well for Enola Holmes 2.

Enola Holmes did remarkably well among critics, with a 91% on Rotten Tomatoes. Our own Matt Rooney gave it a respectable 7/10. You can read his review here!

In addition to Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill, Helena Bonham Carter, Louis Partridge and Adeel Akhtar also reprise their roles. Director Harry Bradbeer and screenwriter Jack Thorne also return.

Enola Holmes 2 premieres on Netflix on November 4.

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Source: Netflix

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