He may swirl with his Elven sword and twirl in his red and blue Superman cape, but there are things Henry Cavill cannot do. And Millie Bobby Brown would undoubtedly agree to it. Both the British actors have provided some spellbinding sibling goals through their on and off-the-screen relationship after Brown’s detective fiction, Enola Holmes.
While the parent movie attempted to present the gender divides of the late 19th century from a present-day lens, its sequel, Enola Holmes 2, built on that. For those still unaware of the whereabouts of Nancy Springer’s young detective, just when she decided to shut down her independent agency, Brown’s titular character got her first mystery to meddle with.
Tugging the fourth-wall-breaking technique on her sleeves in rather sassy energy, MBB is once again an absolute delight to watch. And to add a cherry on top, we have the perfection of Cavill’s Sherlock Holmes. And now, it seems like the little sister has some beans to spill about the Mission: Impossible actor.
Millie Bobby Brown on how to get Henry Cavill to this one thing
Inking these words with blood: It is humanly impossible! The pair whom we now know as one of the most notorious on-screen siblings of the decade never shy away from sharing the little details of their off-screen fun-loving, leg-pulling, love-hate relationship. This time around, Enola talks about getting Sherlock to dance. In an online interview with her favorite BBC host, the 18-year-old youth icon talked about her brand new period drama sequel.
And the first question he shot was if she could ever get her co-actor to dance. “It’s not gonna happen,” Brown wistfully replied before adding, “It is honestly like a brick wall to move,” suggesting that the fan-favorite Geralt of Rivia is too big and muscular to move him without his will. Well, if you were dreaming of it, you might need to think twice.
Do you think you could convince the tall, muscular, handsome-looking detective to dance with you? Let us know in the comments below.
Meanwhile, stream Enola Holmes 2 only on Netflix, if you have not already!