Stranger Things season 4 is turning out to be one of the series' strongest seasons ever, with writers and creators, the Duffer brothers, finishing the scripts for all episodes before filming for the first time in Stranger Things history (due to the pandemic), and now they're bringing on actors from the Harry Potter and Game of Thrones franchises to spice up our Hawkins drama and mystery.
Today is the 128th anniversary of this renowned first collection of stories, and the fervor of the fandom is just as dedicated as ever. In celebration of the enigmatic mind that everyone can’t seem get enough of, here is a chronological count-down of (only some of) the unique adaptations of Sherlock’s Holmes’ original story throughout the years that are worth watching.
Millie was ready to give up as an actress, but she decided to audition for one more role: Eleven.
In a new phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the comic book characters from The Eternals will be taking the spotlight. The latest addition to the cast were announced at this years San Diego Comic Con.
Variety got the scoop for the MCU’s next phase while reporting on this year’s San Diego Comic Con.
Supreme Geek and Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige is expected to unveil brand-new franchise starters at the convention in late July. Chief among them is The Eternals, a series about godlike alien beings to be adapted by indie director Chloé Zhao (The Rider), which has widely been reported to star Angelina Jolie, Kumail Nanjiani and Richard Madden [Game of Thrones], as well as Stranger Things lead Millie Bobby Brown.
Based on the Jack Kirby created title The Eternals, the story is about superpowerful and near-immortal beings known as Eternals and a more monstrous offshoot known as the Deviants that were created by the cosmic beings called Celestials.
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Further details about the plot and cast have yet to be released!
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Following his role as Superman in movies such as Man of Steel, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Justice League, Henry Cavill will be playing Sherlock Holmes in Harry Bradbeer’s upcoming film, Enola Holmes.
The film will be an adaptation of Nancy Springer’s series of six novels, the first of which, The Case of the Missing Marquess was released in 2006. It tells the narrative of Sherlock Holmes’ younger sister, Enola Holmes.
Millie Bobby Brown, who is best known for her role in as Eleven in Stranger Things, will play the titular Enola Holmes. Helena Bonham-Carter will play Enola’s mother.
Sam Claflin, Fiona Shaw and Adeel Akhtar will also star. Brown, along with Paige Brown, will produce under their PCMA Productions company as well as with Legendary. The story, written by Jack Thorne, revolves around a missing teen whose father has been murdered. Cavill was last seen in his role in Mission: Impossible – Fallout, and just finished shooting The Witcher for Netflix.
It is currently not clear when the movie will begin filming, or when it is set to be released.
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