63.2 F
New Haven
Friday, October 23, 2020
Advertisement
Home Movies Movie Reviews ‘The Breakdown’: Harry Bradbeer and Millie Bobby Brown on ‘Enola Holmes’

‘The Breakdown’: Harry Bradbeer and Millie Bobby Brown on ‘Enola Holmes’

Director Harry Bradbeer (Fleabag, Killing Eve) and Millie Bobby Brown (Stranger Things) discuss their new Netflix movie Enola Holmes on the latest installment of Rolling Stone’s The Breakdown. Set in 19th century England, Enola Holmes follows Sherlock Holmes’ younger sister (Brown) as she attempts to solve the mystery of her mother’s disappearance. 

Brown’s older sister Paige first introduced her to the Enola Holmes novels, written by Nancy Springer. After quickly falling in love with the story, Brown worked with her father to bring the story to screen under their production company PCMA productions. 

“We kind of started forming a team after just reading the book series and loving Nancy Springer’s writing ability,” Brown says.

Bradbeer continued: “I read the script and it blew me away. It was so fresh, particular, eccentric and very English.”

Both Bradbeer and Brown were excited to tell a Victorian-era story with a young female protagonist who is also featured in several action scenes.

Bradbeer says: “It’s very difficult to find an action sequence that tells a story. This was an opportunity to tell an origin story in the middle of a fight.”

Brown added: “This story is very much centered on women and what we have to say for once. One of the key factors of when we were doing this was breaking the fourth wall because we wanted people to go on the journey with her.”

Enola Holmes will be available to stream on Netflix on September 23rd. 

Please go to RollingStones.com Movie News to read full article.

- Advertisment -

Most Popular

Borat Issues Official Statement Regarding Rudy Giuliani’s “Innocent Sexy Time Encounter”

Amazon did their best to keep the big Rudy Giuliani reveal a secret in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, but once the embargo lifted yesterday, it...

H-K cruises to Shoreline win

Morgan Madore and Julia Favalora had two goals each to lead the Haddam-Killingworth girls soccer team to a 7-2 Shoreline Conference win over Westbrook...

Bridgeport Police Commission disciplines officer for using excessive force

This photo released in the Bridgeport Police Department's Internal Affairs investigation shows "Civilian Dentention Jose Figeroa poking Mr. Diaz on the chest...

Online information program aims to aid coaching permit process

One of the biggest commitments to coaching high school sports is time.Beyond the time invested for tryouts, practices, game prep and the games themselves,...

Recent Comments

Please go to RollingStones.com Movie News to read full article.