Millie Bobby Brown & Louis Talks Best Scenes & Outfits In Enola Holmes!
"My favorite scene was the end one at the gates I think." Louis says to Millie Bobby Brown.
12 November 2020 by Fonticha Tran
On September 27, Enola Holmes' Millie Bobby Brown (Enola) and Louis Partridge (Tewkesbury) talked about their favorite scenes together and their favorite costumes.
During a two-way Q&A Instagram Live stream, (with Millie in America and Louis in England), Millie revealed to fans that her favorite scene with Louis was when Tewkesbury came to rescue Enola from Miss Harrison's finishing school, and they were escaping on Miss Harrison's stolen car.
I "I think my favourite scene filming with Louis... I loved the one where we were on Miss Harrison’s car."
Louis agreed that the scene was hilarious, which prompts Millie to quote the infamous line from the movie:
I "Sometimes, Lord Tewkesbury, you have to [dangle] your legs into the water to attract the bloody sharks!"
Louis then pointed out that the final scene that ended up in Enola Holmes was the one where his voice "cracked like crazy".
I "Do you remember that? The one that they used, my voice cracked like crazy!
Which was Louis' favorite scene in Enola Holmes?
Louis' favorite scene of Enola and Tewkesbury was the ending scene outside the Parliament where Tewkesbury asks Enola to stay with him.
I "My favorite scene was the end one at the gates I think."
To which Millie adds:
I "I know. What a good scene that was."
However, there was one thing that kept it from being the perfect scene... the bars! The co-stars recalled how the bars on the gates were "so annoying". Perhaps the bars kept getting in the way of their camera shot?
And which scene in Enola Holmes did the fans think was the best?
One scene, in particular, stood out for many fans. In fact, it went viral on social media.
It's the scene where Edith and Sherlock talked about politics. Specifically, why Sherlock is disinterested in politics.
"It's fatally boring", was Sherlock's answer. And Edith's perfect response?
I "Because you have no interest in changing a world that suits you so well."
Check it out below:
What were Mille and Louis' favourite costumes on Enola Holmes?
Of course, with Enola Holmes set in 1884, Millie had to wear several different dresses and outfits. Millie reveals to fans that her favourite "Enola look" was the dress she had on at, coincidentally, the scene outside the Parliament.
I "I liked the end dress. I thought that was really dressy."
And what was Louis' favorite look on Enola?
It's none other than the red dress that Enola wears after transforming into a "lady".
I "My favourite look for you is you [coming] out in the red dress and it's like *mimics sound effect"
I "But I also like the undercover one."
Did you know the ending scene by the gates could've been different?
According to Louis, Tewkesbury almost had to wear a top hat for the ending scene at the Parliament. Luckily, though, they decided against it.
I "You won't catch me wearing a top hat. They were like, oh we could try it on and I was like, er... Imagine that, if I was wearing a massive hat in the scene. So bad."
Mille agrees, adding:
I "Oh yeah. I'm so glad that we [didn't do] that. What a terrible idea."
Enola Holmes is available to stream on Netflix.
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