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The Reason A Particular Kiss Scene Was Skipped in Enola Holmes

The Reason A Particular Kiss Scene Was Skipped in Enola Holmes

Warning! Spoilers Ahead For Enola Holmes

Netflix's Enola Holmes has several names that we're aware of being part of the family of Sherlock Holmes. Millie Bobby Brown from Stranger Things takes the lead as the famous detective's sister, Man of Steel's Henry Cavill plays Sherlock Holmes and Sam Claflin of Hunger Games plays Mycroft, his younger brother. However, the Netflix movie introduced a new face into the family: the 17-year-old Louis Patridge, who played Lord Tewkesbury and is the object of Enola's love. The teenagers have chemistry, and at the end of the movie, Lord Tewkesbury kisses Enola's hand as he asks her to stay with his family.

It turns out that the scene was originally meant to show more affection. In a recent interview, Louis Patridge talked about how the scene was meant to be. In his words, "There was actually in the script—yeah, maybe I shouldn't tell you, it's a little bit of inside information—there was meant to be a kiss scene. Well, not a kiss scene but like a little kiss on the cheek or something at the gates when I'm in my, you know, top hat about to go into to vote. But we decided on the day to leave it sort of up in the air or leave it hanging, which I think was a really good call. Because it's sort of, you know, it's ambiguous, we don't know."


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