Millie Bobby Brown, who plays Enola Holmes, has described the Victorian drama film series as a pivotal moment in her career.
The Stranger Things actress first played the eponymous heroine in 2020, and earned her first producer credit at the age of 16. She is expected to reprise her role as Sherlock Holmes' younger, perceptive sister in a Netflix sequel.
Brown spoke out about her time as a producer on the films in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, saying, "[Enola Holmes]may be the most significant moment in my career so far because it's something that I've developed."
Brown said that starring and producing can be "tiring."
"I was very grateful for that." My age and gender have never defined [my job], therefore everyone on set respected me and respected me. It was such a wonderful environment to be able to participate in.
Brown helped design Enola's outfits as well as those of the other characters to emphasize the hustle and bustle of the capital.
Enola Holmes 2 will feature Helena Bonham Carter as Sherlock and Enola's mother Eudoria Holmes, while Pistol's Louis Partridge will play Viscount Tewkesbury.
Adeel Akhtar of Killing Eve and Sex Education writer Susie Wokoma will reprise their roles as Lestrade and Edith. The cast of the new chapter will also include some new faces, including Fargo's David Thewlis, Bridgerton's Hannah Dodd, and Dune's Sharon Duncan-Brewster.
On November 4, Enola Holmes 2 will be released on Netflix.