The actress of 'Stranger Things' will be accompanied by Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin, and Helena Bonham Carter in the adaptation of Nancy Springer's novels.
The third season of Stranger Things is now available on Netflix and its leading actress Millie Bobby Brown (Godzilla: King of the Monsters) has taken advantage of the fiction shooting stop to work on another project. The actress has been chosen to star in Enola Holmes, the film adaptation of the novels written by Nancy Springer in which Brown plays the teenage sister of Sherlock Holmes. And we have first look at the characterization of the actress as the character.
"I love you Enola," Brown writes in the message that accompanies the image he has posted on his Instagram account. In it, the actress appears with very long hair and a characteristic outfit of the Victorian era.
For now, Enola Holmes counts in his cast with Henry Cavill (The Witcher) in the role of Sherlock Holmes and Helena Bonham Carter (Ocean's 8) as the mother of the detective brothers. Also in the cast, although without revealing his identity, are Fiona Shaw (Killing Eve), Adeel Akhtar (Les Miserables) and Sam Claflin (Peaky Blinders). Harry Bradbeer (Killing Eve) will be placed behind the cameras of the project.
The adventures of Enola Holmes is the title of the saga of novels on which Brown's film is based. Currently, it consists of six books: The case of the missing marquis, The case of the left-handed lady, The case of the enigma of flowers, The Case of the Peculiar Pink Fan, The Case of the Cryptic Crinoline and The Case of the Gypsy Goodbye - the last three are not yet translated into Spanish. The film will tell the story of the disappearance of a teenager after the murder of her father.