Enola Holmes Updates: British actor Louis Partridge stared opposite Millie Bobby Brown in Netflix’s drama “Enola Holmes” as Viscount Tewkesbury says there was supposed to be a kiss scene between their characters but ultimately the filmmakers opted for ambiguity and innocence.
Before his role, he played Piero de Medici in the historical drama “Medici” and appeared in the live-action comedy film “Paddington 2”.
“There was actually meant to be a kiss scene, not a kiss scene but like a little kiss or something at the gates and about to go in to vote. But we decided on the day to sort of leave it up in the air, which I think was really a good call,” Partridge told PTI in a group interview on Zoom.
There’s an element of romance, obviously, but then they get on really well. I like they are not defining where they are,” he added.
Plot Of Enola Holmes:
The film is an adaptation of Nancy Springer’s book series. The film follows the adventures of Enola, the 16-year-old free-spirited and equally brilliant sister of the iconic fictitious detective Sherlock Holmes.
Partridge said he was nervous to be the “least experienced” one on the set of the film. Partridge said it was incredible to be directed by Bradbeer.
Harry was so great and nurturing. He was an amazing director to have. He really helped me, because when somebody takes a chance on you… Put my name, surrounded by these incredible actors, it’s a lifetime of experience. He trusted me with a lot which gave me confidence,” he said.
“Enola Holmes” is different from the many other screen versions of Sherlock Holmes” story as it looks at the emotionality of Sherlock and makes him a more likable character.
“I really loved the atmosphere and I felt so involved with the film. That’s a really cool part, especially when you’re young and then some people trusting you make creative decisions. So I wanted more of that,” he said, adding that his dream is to feature in a movie directed by Martin Scorsese.
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