After doing justice to her psychokinetic character like a superhero in Stranger Things, Millie Bobby Brown has geared up for another new character in Netflix’s upcoming project. Scroll down to know what it is.
Millie Bobby Brown is young and good. Known for portraying the lead character of Netflix’s sci-fi drama Stranger Things, she made it into our minds as well as hearts with her excellent acting skills. While fans wait for the fourth season of Stranger Things, a rumour has surfaced. According to it, season 4 of Stranger Things will be the last one. However, there’s no assurance about this as of now. But as we know, there is no smoke without fire. So, if the rumours are true, what happens next? Well, you may have to say goodbye to Eleven, but Millie is here to stay.
- Millie gears up to play a bisexual con artist.
- Netflix’s ‘The Girls I’ve Been’
- Netflix is not ready to say goodbye to Millie Bobby Brown.
Yes, you heard it right! Netflix has roped the young star with yet another project. (excited!!) Let’s take a look at what we know about it.
Millie is all set to make headlines for Netflix’s upcoming production The Girls I’ve Been. It’s an adaptation of Tess Sharpe’s novel of the same title. That’s not it! Brown will not only act in the film but will also produce it, alongside Jason Bateman, who plays the lead in another Netflix show, Ozark.
According to Deadline, the novel is twisty and a thriller, the story revolves around a con artist named Nora, who must use her powers of persuasion and impersonation to get herself, her girlfriend and ex-boyfriend free during a hostage situation at bank.
Netflix is not ready to say goodbye to Millie Bobby Brown
There’s no denying this. It sure looks like Millie is on a roll. Not only has she floored her viewers, but also Netflix. After Stranger Things, Millie was roped in for Enola Holmes earlier this year. Millie Bobby Brown plays Sherlock and Mycroft Holmes’ rebellious teen sister, Enola, a gifted super-sleuth in her own right, who often outsmarts her brilliant siblings. The film is all set to premiere on the platform in September.
Well, it’s pretty clear now that Netflix wants Millie Bobby Brown to stay. Are you excited to see her in a new avatar? Share your answers with us in the comments section below.