A post-credit scene in the recently released Enola Holmes 2 seemed to hint at the emergence of an iconic duo, but actor Henry Cavill said nothing but that.

After the film’s end, Sherlock and John Watson will meet for the first time in the post-credits scene. While the scene was enticing fans over a possible solo film starring Cavill, the actor told The Wrap that the world of Enola Holmes remains big rumours about it.

In this universe, the shell is much of a planetary. So every one of them should always play a role, Cavill said. I think it is important to tie up this characters.

Cavill echoed those statements made by Harry Bradbeer, saying the Enolas character is so important to the story, and is what makes it so unique compared to other Sherlock mysteries.

It was not a deliberate attempt to make it my own. I think he can’t have an Enola in all the literature, and all the other mediums, because he lives in the universe. He has a Watson, but that is far from having an Enola. There’s a strong emotional connection with Enola there, but they seem the same way as their being raised. It is possible to find a slightly different viewpoint. When it comes to Enola, it embodies emotions with a connection that is not familiar with the Enola universe.

The sequel featured the return of Millie Bobby Brown as the titular teen detective, andHenry Cavill as Sherlock Holmes, Louis Partridge as Tewkesbury, Helena Bonham Carter as Eudoria Holmes, and Susan Wokoma as Edith. They followed, and he was joined by David Thewlis (Wonder Woman), Adeel Akhtar (Sweet Tooth),Sharon Duncan-Brewster (Dune),Abbie Hern (The Twilight Zone), Haannah Dodd (Fighting with My Family),Gabriel Tierney (Endeavour), and Serrana Su-Ling Bliss.

After the triumph of solving the first case, Enola Holmes follows her famous brother, Sherlock, and turns the curtain and opens its own bureau to find the that life as a female detective isn’t as easy as it looks. Though she is not proud of being accustomed to the cold realities of adulthood, she’s just about to close the shop when a penniless matchstick girl gives her first official job to Enola: to find her missing sister. But this case proves to be far more shocking than anticipated, as Enola is thrown in a dangerous new world from London’s sinister factories and music halls, to the highest echelons of society and the 221b Baker Street itself. As soon as an deadly conspiracy ignites, Enola must go to the help of his friends and his Sherlock to unravel her mysteries. The game seems to have started again!