Wednesday, June 24, 2020

First Look: Sherlock and His Siblings In 'Enola Holmes'


Sherlock Holmes is in the house!

USA Today has shared a first official look at Henry, Millie Bobby Brown and Sam Claflin in 'Enola Holmes' that according to the paper is coming to Netflix in September. UPDATE: Confirmed!



Director Harry Bradbeer and Millie talked about the relationship between Sherlock and Enola... on and off the set:

Bradbeer says there's an "important love story" told between Enola and Sherlock, who becomes a bit of a father figure to his sister. Cavill brought “an extraordinary quality of stillness and power” to the role, and Brown formed a sibling bond with the "Superman" actor.


“Obviously, me being me, I annoyed Henry every day,” she says. “I was always telling him about the boys I liked in hair and makeup, and he'd be like, ‘Millie, shut up. I do not want to hear this.’”


Read more about the Enola Holmes storyline at USA TODAY and keep checking back with us for the latest updates.

UPDATE #2: Total Film has released another new still from the film.




Read the rest. We'll bring you the magazine article when/if we get it. 





Image: Alex Bailey // Legendary // Netflix

A Tale Of Quarantine: Henry's Countryside Adventure


A picture may be worth a thousand words but in this case, Henry actually has a tale to tell...

Check out his new post and make sure to swipe right.


Monday, June 22, 2020

Henry To Appear On New Season Of 'Actors On Actors' (Watch)


This has been an exciting news day. First, we found out that The Witcher will indeed restart production in August as first reported by Production Weekly.

Variety then announced the lineup for the new season of its 'Actors on Actors' series and Henry is chatting with Patrick Stewart:

“Variety is excited to debut the 2020 ‘Actors on Actors’ Emmy Edition directly from the safety of the homes of this season’s top Emmy-award contending talent."


We like the sound of that!




Images: Variety // PBSSoCal

The Witcher: Filming On Season 2 To Resume In August



Happy Monday!

Netflix has confirmed that production on Season 2 of The Witcher will resume in August.


Earlier this month, showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich told The Wrap that changes are on the way for the cast and crew as they try to stay safe during the pandemic:

Right now, it’s a lot of production meetings, a lot of talking about how to keep people safe… A lot of it is just about flexibility, not just in the planning phases but when we get back on sets. It’s about personal comfort and personal safety. So, the government may say it’s OK to do X or Y, but an actor may say they don’t feel comfortable doing that. And that’s always going to be our first concern.

So we’re making all sorts of plans and accommodations and waiting for various governments to weigh in with their recommendations. And film commissions and Netflix. And yeah, it’s going to impact story. It will have to. But one of the best things about being a writer on set is that I’m there to make those changes as we need them.

Really, in terms of writing, we just been honing a lot over the last eight weeks. Really digging back into scripts, making some big shifts, especially in the emotional journeys of our characters and making sure that everything we’re writing feels really grounded and true.



Hopefully, we get sneak-peeks from the cast and crew like we did with Season 1. We'll keep you updated on the latest, so keep checking back!

Image: Netflix

Friday, June 19, 2020

'The Durrell Challenge' Update, Join Runners In September



The Durrell Challenge is just over three months away and today organizers provided an update on the annual event that raises much-needed funds for the charity. Jersey Zoo has been hit hard by the pandemic so if you can spare any amount, this is the time to help.




If you don't think you can make it to Jersey in September, you can participate from home!



Together we can make a difference for endangered animals around the world, while supporting Henry's mission as ambassador for Durrell. Thanks, everyone!