From the moment she appeared on-screen as Eleven in Netflix’s Stranger Things, fans of the series knew Millie Bobby Brown has a bright future. Up next for the actress is a reunion with the streaming service that made her famous. As first reported by Deadline, Brown will star in and produce the upcoming Netflix film The Girls I’ve Been.
Based on the young adult novel written by Tess Sharpe, the story focuses on con artist Nora O’Malley. The exhilarating thriller follows Nora as she uses her impersonations and persuasive powers to rescue her, her ex-boyfriend, and her current girlfriend from a hostage situation taking place at a bank.
Millie Bobby Brown will star in the film as Nora. Additionally, the young actress will produce the film as well. She joins Ozark star Jason Bateman who is also on-board as executive producer. The film continues the longstanding relationship between Brown and Netflix as she will star in their upcoming film Enola Holmes alongside Henry Cavill.
In addition to this new role, Brown will reprise roles in the highly anticipated fourth season of Stranger Things and the feature Godzilla vs. Kong. Moreover, producer Jason Bateman will add to his litany of television credits with upcoming roles in The Outsider and A Teacher.
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