Millie Bobby Brown, a British actress, said she and her Enola Homes 2 colleague Henry Cavill had an adult bond. In a recent interview with Deadline, the 18-year-old actress stated that Cavill had imposed “terms and conditions” on their relationship. She contrasted herself with her Stranger Things co-stars Noah Schnapp and Charlie Heaton by saying:
“Because I grew up with Noah and Charlie, it’s different. I first met them when I was ten years old. So it seems to me your classmates. And it seems like a real mature connection with Henry. Like a very nice, extremely healthy relationship. We have conditions for it.”
Enola Holmes, a 2020 mystery drama film starring Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill, was their first collaboration. Bobby played the title character, while Cavill played her brother, Detective Sherlock Holmes. Sam Claflin played Mycroft Holmes in the first film. In the sequel, he did not repeat his role.
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Millie Bobby Brown is not allowed to inquire about Henry Cavill’s personal life.
During the same interview, Millie Bobby Brown revealed Henry Cavill’s strict rules of conversation.
“I know Henry. He agreed with me. I am not allowed to inquire about his personal life. “Millie, shut up,” it reads. No.’ And I say, ‘Got it.’”
Stranger Things, a sci-fi drama series created by the Duffer Brothers, gave Millie Bobby Brown her big screen debut. In the series, she plays Eleven, with Finn Wolfhard, Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Joe Keery and Noah Schnapp. Brown met and connected with her co-stars when she was 10 years old. Millie Bobby Brown noted that there was fairness between the young performers on the program.
“It’s not the same for the Stranger Things kids. There are no limits because we are all brothers and sisters. But Henry is really strict with me, which I like.”
Earlier in the interview, Millie Bobby Brown described Cavill as a “very sensible guy” who tolerates her poking and teasing.
“It’s surprising, since he doesn’t have any sisters. So it must be very different for him. I have a younger brother, a sister and an older brother. So I’m very used to that kind of dynamic. I had to incorporate a lot of it into my off-screen and on-screen interaction with Henry to push him out of his comfort zone.”
Brown and Cavill were last seen in Enola Holmes 2, which debuted on Netflix on October 27. The film, directed by Harry Bradbeer, is based on Nancy Springer’s adult fiction series of the same name. Brown’s upcoming movies include Damsel, The Electric State, The Girls I’ve Been, and The Thing About Jellyfish, according to her IMDb biography.