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Must Watch Alert! Netflix' Enola Holmes Makes You Desperate For A Sequel!

After a horrendous Holmes and Watson (2018), fans would be pleased to know that Netflix' latest production is a respectable addition to the Sherlock franchise. This is probably the only film in the Holmes universe which isn't about Sherlock, but about his equally witty and skilled sister - Elona Holmes. 
Film – Enola Holmes (2020)Duration – 2h 03m
Directors Harry Bradbeer
Main Cast - Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin, Louis Partridge and Helena Bonham Carter
Rating – 3.5 / 5
(No spoilers follow below)
Netflix' Enola Holmes hits all the right spots when it comes to storytelling and character interpretations and succeeds in paying a praiseworthy homage to the works of Sir Arthur Conan Dyle. Never once does the movie feel boring or uninvolving, thanks to a cleverly written script and amazing performances throughout. The film does not feature iconic Sherlock characters like Dr. Watson or Professor Moriarty but frankly I was so sold by Enola Holmes, that this film could…

HYPE TRAIN! - Fast and the Furious, Brooklyn Nine - Nine, and more

Its time to get on the hype train! We have got plenty good news about your favorite English movie franchises and TV shows. Hope this get you hyped up. So without any further ado, let's begin! 

First things first, we got some news for Brooklyn Nine - Nine fans! Check the season 7 trailer down below






Brooklyn Nine-Nine premieres with it's season seven on Thursday, 6th February, 2020 on NBC at 8 pm ET i.e. 6:30 am IST (Friday, 7th Feb, 2020). That's not it as it would be an hour-long two episode premiere, so fans are in for a treat! The first 2 premiere episodes are titled Manhunter and Captain Kim respectively. The sixth season ended on 16th May, 2019 with it's 18th episode titled Suicide Squad and it's back now without making the fans wait for too long. The seventh season has been reduced to 13 episode long which is much shorter than its predecessors but its good considering that the show almost got axed last year. So fans, its time for a Terry styled yell once again - Nine-Nine!


Fast and Furious 9

Fast saga fans get hyped up as the first trailer for Justin Lin's Fast and Furious 9 has arrived! Check it out the down below





Fans of the franchise have been waiting too long for the next installment, though they found a taste of the franchise is last year's Hobbs and Shaw. With an insane length of 4 minutes, the trailer has revealed most of the storyline and the team has once again united against a common enemy in the form of Dom's brother Jakob being played by John Cena. Apart from being action packed and as unrealistic as ever, the trailer marks the absence of Dwayne Johnson's Hobbs and Jason Statham's Shaw as well as the return of Sung Kang'd Han! How? Well, possibly in some other ridiculous and illogical way of Fast and Furious franchise. Anyways, keep theorizing till you find that out on 22nd May this year.

Better Call Saul Season 5






It's good times for Breaking Bad lovers as after El Camino's release last year, we now have an official trailer for the 5th season of highly anticipated Breaking Bad prequel series - Better Call Saul. Season 4 of the series saw lawyer Jimmy McGill finally adopt his alter ego Saul Goodman whom the fans of Breaking Bad absolutely adore as a character. For season 5 of the series Bob Odenkirk (Jimmy McGill/Saul Goodman), Jonathan Banks, Rhea Seehorn, Patrick Fabian, Michael Mando, and Giancarlo Esposito will reprise their roles from previous seasons and will be joined by Tony Dalton. Intense as ever, the first trailer for the season 5 is brilliantly put together and showcases the return of fan favorite DEA agent Hank Schrader (Dean Norris), last seen in Breaking Bad season 5.  So, hype up as season 5 is all set to premiere on 23rd February, 2020.

And that's all we have got today on Hype Train weekly roundup. Stay tuned for more updates on your favorite cinema and drop your suggestions in comment section below. 









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