How did Conan Doyle acclaimed mysterious Nancy Springer!

Once you put it on camera, you’ve got to know how to make it look right, and that’s a whole different beast.’And she would not let the job of looking lean be a chore. ‘When I got the job, I wanted to know what the regimen was,’ she said. ‘I wanted to know whether it would be them or me calling the shots.’That was a big deal for me. I didn’t want to be part of something where I was constantly checked on and people were making sure I was in the “right” shape. That’s not me at all.”

Netflix’s Enola Holmes movie, starring Millie Bobby Brown, is absolutely delightful — but it raises a lot of unanswered questions for sequels. Based on a series of young-adult novels by American author Nancy Springer, the movie introduces viewers to Sherlock Holmes’ younger sister Enola. Millie Bobby Brown is captivating as the main character, while Henry Cavill is a very different kind of Sherlock.

The action is set in 1884 through to 1885, and Enola Holmes takes a very different approach to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories. Conan Doyle usually portrayed England in a positive light, with mysteries typically connected to overseas affairs. Instead, Enola Holmes is set against a backdrop of broiling societal change, with her own mother potentially involved with a group of suffragettes, who are villains in Enola Holmes. The film has received popular and critical acclaim, and there’s real hope Netflix will sign off on a sequel.

Enola Holmes’s financial circumstances are less than secure. She left her family home with a small fortune courtesy of her mother, but she burned through that at great speed, and it simply must be running out. Fortunately she’s received a top-up from the family of Viscount Tewkesbury, after she successfully brought him home and even figured out who was trying to kill him. All this money gives Enola a chance to start building a life of her own, but she’ll require a more steady source of income. The most likely route — corresponding with the books — is that Enola will become a consulting detective, specializing in missing persons cases.

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