There is a piece of good news for all Millie Bobby Brown fans out there. After ruling the hearts of millions as Eleven in Stranger Things, the actress is now all set to star in and produce an upcoming Netflix movie. The 16-year will produce and feature in a Netflix movie titled The Girls I’ve Been.
The Netflix film will be an adaptation of Tess Sharpe’s novel and Millie will be producing it along with Jason Bateman. Millie will produce the movie under her banner PCMA Productions, while Bateman will produce under his own production banner Aggregate Films along with Michael Costigan.
Millie will essay the role of Nora O’Malley who happens to the daughter of a con artist. Brown’s character then picks up her mother’s skills and becomes a master manipulator. But when Millie’s character goes to the bank with her ex-boyfriend Wes and his secret girlfriend Iris, they are taken hostage by the bank robbers. The plot of the whole movie consists of many more twists and turns will unfold in the film.
Netflix’s official Twitter handle announced the news and wrote, “Millie Bobby Brown will star in & produce THE GIRLS I’VE BEEN. A new Netflix film adapted from Tess Sharpe’s novel, the thriller follows a con artist who must use her powers of persuasion & impersonation to free herself, her girlfriend & ex-boyfriend from a bank hostage situation.”
For the unversed, this will be Millie Bobby Brown’s third collaboration with Netflix. Post this movie, she will begin shooting for the fourth season of Stranger Things.
The shooting of the much-loved show will kick-start once the situation goes back to normal. However, the makers have not announced any specific date.
On the work front, Millie Bobby Brown will also star in another Netflix film Enola Holmes alongside Henry Cavill. In the movie, Millie will essay the role of Sherlock Holmes’ younger sister.