Millie Bobby Brown can be expected in the upcoming Netflix movie titled The Girls I’ve Been Before.
The 16-year-old Stranger Things’ actor is going to lead as a bisexual con artist who uses her manipulative skills for her benefit.
The thriller movie is based on Tess Sharpe’s novel of the same name following Nora who is compelled to use her impersonation skills to get herself, her girlfriend, and her ex-boyfriend out of a hostage situation.
As said by the Deadline, it was brought in by Aggregate Films’ Tracey Nyberg and falls under Aggregate’s overall deal with Netflix and will be published by Penguin Random House early next year.
Netflix is also producing another feature film with Brown named Enola Holmes. Brown plays the role of a rebellious teenager who is a sister to Sherlock and Mycroft. She is a girl who outsmarts her friends and siblings with her giftedness.
Jason Bateman will be producing the movie through his Aggregate Films Banner.
Bateman is represented by CAA and Lighthouse Management and Media. Brown is represented by WME and PCMA Management and Productions.