The production of the sequel of Netflix’s film ‘Enola Holmes’ starring Milly Bobby Brown (Stranger Things), Henry Cavill and Sam Claflin is an endearing film that leaves some questions unsolved.
Will Enola Holmes and Sherlock wind up in some type of competition?
Everything that went down in the first film entertained Enola’s prospect to go against her older brother Sherlock Holmes. While Sherlock will undoubtedly be very competitive, one can’t help but be proud of his little sister and wouldn’t mind being defeated by her. So when Lestrade told him Enola beat him to unravel the conspiracy of the viscount Tewkesbury, Sherlock Holmes was highly pleased, given the smile on his face. It’s in the family, I guess.
How much money does Enola Holmes have left?
The financial situation of Enola is fragile. She left her family home with a tiny amount of money courtesy of her mother, but she depleted it quickly. However, after successfully bringing Viscount Tewkesbury(Louis Partridge) home, figuring out who was trying to kill him, she was rewarded with a bonus from his family. All this money allows Enola to establish her own life, but she will need a consistent source of income. According to the books, Enola Holmes will follow the path of her older brother Sherlock, becoming a consultant in investigation specializing in missing person cases.
Where is Jon Watson?
This is another question many viewers had while watching Sherlock in Enola Holmes. Enola had the viscount as a sidekick while Sherlock’s colleague was strangely missing.
Will Sherlock Holmes get the opportunity to tell Enola she is now his ward?
Will Sherlock finally get the chance to tell Enola that she is now his ward in the sequel? When their mother went missing, Mycroft assumed responsibility for Enola’s welfare. Unfortunately, Mycroft and Enola’s relationship was rocky due to differences in the ideal presentation of a lady. Finally, tired of compelling Enola to his control, he submits Enola’s wardship to sherlock. But seeing as the two didn’t get to meet in person at the end of the first film, we hope they do, and she receives the refreshing news.
Israel Olorunnisola is a freelance creative. When he is not writing about Film, Music, TV or Pop culture he is telling stories on Wattpad.
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