Actress Millie Bobby Brown, who became known thanks to the Stranger Things series, continues her great relationship with Netflix and already has a new movie.
Millie Bobby Brown has signed to star in an adaptation of the novel of the novel The Girls I 'Been by Tess Sharpe, who will also produce alongside Jason Bateman from Ozark. She will play Nora O'Malley, the daughter of a scammer who learned many of her mother's tricks and has become a manipulative teacher in her own right. When she goes to the bank with her ex-boyfriend Wes and his secret girlfriend Iris, the three are taken hostage by two bank robbers, who quickly realize that they have no idea who they are messing with.
Young actress Millie Bobby Brown will also be producing through her PCMA Productions company, while Bateman will be producing alongside Michael Costigan. Tracy Nyberg of Aggregate brought the project, which is part of the company's general agreement with Netflix, and the book will be published early next year by Penguin Random House.
The streaming platform bets on the stars that give it great results.
The Girls I ’Been unites again Netflix with the stars of two of his biggest shows: Stranger Things and Ozark, which garnered Emmy nominations for Best Drama Series. Netflix is eager to start filming the fourth season of Stranger things with Millie Bobby Brown, as soon as it's safe to do so, but an official start date has yet to be announced.
In addition, Netflix will release the Legendary movie Enola Holmes, where Millie Bobby Brown plays the rebellious teenage sister of Sherlock Holmes, a gifted super detective in her own right. Henry Cavill He co-stars as Sherlock, while Sam Claflin plays his brother, Mycroft. That movie will debut in September on Netflix.
But in addition Millie Bobby Brown is also developing the cancer drama A Time Lost with sister Paige Brown.
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