Enola Holmes landed on Netflix yesterday and it seems as though the movie already has quite a few fans.
Well, I should actually clarify that Henry Cavill has quite a few fans online and they’re all clamouring to see more of him as Sherlock.
Cavill stars in the movie alongside Stranger Things actress Millie Bobby Brown and Sam Clafin.
Brown plays the titular character of Enola Holmes and Clafin plays her’s and Sherlock’s older brother, Mycroft Holmes.
I recently reviewed the film for Small Screen and found it to be a pleasant if a little rudimentary movie.
However, I did love the fact that the movie was offering a brilliant new role model for young girls everywhere.
I also loved Brown and Cavill’s performances in the movie.
Henry Cavill fans now want a Sherlock Holmes spinoff
— Xenia ☆ Henry Cavill is my Superman (@xenia_9755) September 24, 2020
— HENRY-CAVILL.NET (@mrcavill) September 24, 2020
just thinking about henry cavill in enola holmes pic.twitter.com/i2p65QVqK7
— former draco stan (@EVNESCO) September 24, 2020
— henry cavill (@badpostscavill) September 23, 2020
I thought that Henry Cavill was especially good playing a Sherlock Holmes we’ve never really seen before.
His version of Holmes is more… well… human. He’s less of a deducting machine and is just more concerned for his little sister.
I liked that about him, and it seems as though other people really liked his performance too and want to see more of him as Holmes.
They’ve taken to Twitter to call for Netflix to greenlight a Sherlock Holmes spinoff starring Henry Cavill.
So, yes. There are a lot of tweets going on about how incredibly hot Henry Cavill is.
And yes, he is VERY good-looking. He’s easily the best looking Sherlock Holmes we’ve ever had.
I would actually quite like to see him as Sherlock again.
I think the role and the look really suit him.
Seems as though there are many people out there who agree with me.
What do you make of this news?
Would you like to see a Sherlock Holmes spinoff movie starring Henry Cavill?
Let us know your thoughts on this in the comments below.