FIRST PHOTOS FROM
HENRY CAVILL'S ENOLA HOLMES
has released first photos of Millie Bobby Brown
as ENOLA HOMLES
alongside her big brothers Sherlock and Mycroft Holmes, played by Henry Cavill
and Sam Claflin
, in a film which follows Sherlock Holmes'
|Henry Cavill and Sam Claflin lead the male part of the cast|
younger sister Enola who, when her mother disappears, decides to become a super-sleuth in her own right. Running away to London where she establishes a clandestine private detective career specializing in missing persons
|The movie is currently being sued by Arthur Connan Doyle's estate|
investigations, Enola must also keep ahead of her brothers who are determined to capture and force her to conform to their expectations. Helena Bonham Carter
also stars as Eudoria Holmes, Enola's, Sherlock's, and Mycroft's mother.
WW1 FILM ERNA AT WAR
Daily has, meanwhile, published first photo from Danish director Henrik Ruben Genz
’s World War One drama ERNA AT WAR
in which Trine Dyrholm
stars as a mother whose mentally-challenged son is drafted
|Erna at War was offered to buyers at Cannes Virtual Market last week|
into the army and sent to fight on the border between Denmark and Germany. In a bid to keep him safe, she disguises herself as a man, enrols and heads to the frontline.
FALLING FOR FIGARO
romantic comedy set in the world of opera FALLING FOR FIGARO
also has a first photo with Joanna Lumley
and Danielle Macdonald
as a young fund manager who decides to leave her unfulfilling job and long-term boyfriend behind to chase her lifelong dream of
|Joanna Lumley and Danielle MacDonald lead Falling for Figaro|
becoming an opera singer! Lumley is a former opera diva who becomes her fearsome singing teacher. Hugh Skinner
and Rebecca Benson
also star in the film that will have music from The Barber Of Seville, The Marriage Of Figaro, Don Giovanni, Romeo And Juliet and La Traviata.
PERIOD SET DRAMA EIFFEL
has released first image from French director Martin Bourboulon
’s romantic costume drama EIFFEL
, starring Emma Mackey
and Roman Duris
. She plays Adrienne, a mysterious woman from the past of celebrated engineer Gustave Eiffel (Duris), who is under pressure to design
|French language costume drama Eiffel is currently in production|
something for the 1889 Paris World Fair as spectacular as his recent collaboration with Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi on the Statue of Liberty.
When Eiffel’s path crosses that of Adrienne again, their forbidden passion inspires him to change the Paris skyline forever, in a feat of engineering commemorating her name.
ARABIAN FILM BORN A KING
's also the first photo from Spanish-UK-Saudi Arabian co-production BORN A KING
which was shot in Saudi Arabia, a country that had previously been closed off to cinema for 50 years. The movie tells the story
|The Arabian movie Born A King is being offered to buyers at Cannes|
of how 13-year-old Faisal travels to London on a diplomatic mission, after World War I, coming face to face with key figures from that time.
Hello Henry! I am sure this is one you'll be watching, Dezzy? Do let me know if the story is worth tuning in for or if the only good thing about it is cute Henry to gaze at.ReplyDelete
Cannot stand the actress nor the disrespect towards the writer, so I'm not sure I will, but I do adore me Henry and Sam.Delete
These actually all look good! I do love Sam Claflin although he hasn't looked so well lately. I'm curious of what could be as spectacular as the Statue of Liberty?? She's been quite the topic lately with all of these statues being taken down so it's ironic that she's mentioned here.ReplyDelete
Duh, the Eiffel tower, geez Louise :)))Delete
LOL!! Now you spoiled the whole movie!! I kid, I kid.Delete
The title of the film should've been your first clue :)Delete
It's about time that Sherlock and Mycroft had a baby sister!ReplyDelete
I think it is a sacrilege :) especially with such a talentless actress. If I was a writer I certainly wouldn't want someone to turn my classic into a woke crap a century later just to suit their agenda.Delete
Well hello there, Romain Duris. 😜ReplyDelete
We do ever so love them French.Delete