Enola Holmes will arrive on Netflix's small screen with Millie Bobby Brown as the protagonist. The film released a new poster and teaser, but with a historical error that attracted attention.
Millie Bobby Brown has already conquered the entire Netflix audience with Stranger Things. In addition to filming the next season of the beloved supernatural series, the actress has pending ‘The Girls I’ve Been’, a film produced by Jason Bateman; and is about to release “Enola Holmes,” a film based on the novels by Nancy Springer about the little sister of the well-known detective Sherlock Holmes.
As Enola Holmes is about to premiere on September 23 on Netflix, the aforementioned platform has already started with its promotion, launching a powerful first preview and a very colorful but a bit unfortunate promotional poster. At least as far as historical correlation is concerned. This is assured by a tweeter who, while declaring himself anxious to see this proposal, also starring Henry Cavill and Sam Claflin, pointed to a very inaccurate detail of the poster.
In the aforementioned promotional image, the characters are represented against a backdrop made up of various London landmarks, including the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. The slip has been found by Daniel Benneworth-Gray right next to Big Ben, where you can see Portcullis House, a location that is completely out of place if we take into account that Enola Holmes is set in 1884, since this office building Westminster opened in 2001.
Presumably the mystery revolves around the sudden appearance of Portcullis House in 19th century London. pic.twitter.com/LnGNBLV2J5
– Daniel Benneworth-Gray (@gray) August 18, 2020
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The story begins with Enola Holmes (Brown) waking up on the morning of her 16th birthday to discover that her mother (Bonham Carter) has disappeared, but not before leaving her some most curious gifts. There seem to be no clues to her whereabouts and no one knows the cause of her departure, but even so Enola, who does not want to end up in the boarding school where her brothers Sherlock (Cavill) and Mycroft (Claflin) want to send her, launches an intense search all over London.
To get into the future premiere, here are some images of the cast.
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