Yorkshire has never been a stranger to the small screen (think Heartbeat, Last of the Summer Wine), but over recent decades, we’ve lent our natural beauty to the world of Hollywood. And it seems there are no signs of filmmaker’s love for the region dying down anytime soon. I mean, hey, even Marvel’s been in town as of late.
Taking over Hull’s Old Town just last autumn, Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill were spotted filming the upcoming sequel to Netflix’s Enola Holmes – and now, locals can finally see what Hull looks like on the big screen.
Releasing the first trailer for the movie this week, Hull’s Old Town can be seen transformed into a Victorian London, with its centuries-old streets lending themselves well to the industrial era.
In the trailer, both Brown and Cavill return as their characters Enola Holmes and Sherlock Holmes, respectively, as Enola begins her career as a detective-for-hire. Enola must seek the help of her legendary brother, Sherlock, to help her solve her first official (and very dangerous!) case.
Millie Bobby Brown’s Enola Holmes can be seen running from the police through cobbled streets, which is actually Hull’s historic old town.
The teaser comes as part of a wider Tudum fan event for the streaming giant, which has seen huge reveals such as a new trailer for YOU, Emily In Paris and so much more over the past two days.
The star-studded teaser promises an even bigger year for Netflix Originals than 2021 – which saw big movies such as Don’t Look Up (Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence), Red Notice (The Rock, Gal Gadot, Ryan Reynolds) and Fatherhood (Kevin Hart).
Enola Holmes 2 will premiere on Netflix sometime this Autumn.
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