Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown to star in another Netflix movie

Stranger Things - Credit: Netflix
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Stranger Things’ Millie Bobby Brown stars in another Netflix movie

Millie Bobby Brown, star of the hit Netflix show Stranger Things, will star in another Netflix movie. Brown is set to star in Enola Holmes, an upcoming Netflix movie set to premiere sometime in September.

According to a report from Deadline, Netflix just announced Brown’s casting in The Girls I’ve Been. The rest of the cast has not been announced.

The new Netflix movie is based on the book of the same name by Tess Sharpe. According to the report, Brown plays the lead character, Nora, a young con artist. Nora, somehow, manages to get caught up in a hostage scenario at a bank with her girlfriend and ex-boyfriend.

Jason Bateman will produce the film, according to the report.

Netflix also announced the news on Twitter.

This is obviously good news for fans of Brown and Stranger Things! We won’t get to see this movie for a long time with all the production delays because of the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ll definitely keep you posted on the release date, though.

You’ll *hopefully* get to see Brown in Stranger Things season 4 a lot sooner than The Girls I’ve Been, but that release date has also been delayed. There are still several months of filming left for Stranger Things season 4, so be prepared to wait a while for the new season, as well.

You will get to see Brown in a new Netflix movie this fall! Enola Holmes premieres on Netflix sometime in September. We don’t have the release date for the Netflix movie yet, but we should see that in the near future.

In the movie, Brown stars as Enola, the younger sister of Sherlock Holmes. I think I speak for Stranger Things fans everywhere when I saw that we can’t wait for that movie to arrive!

Stay tuned for more news about The Girls I’ve Been, Stranger Things season 4 and Enola Holmes on Netflix!

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