She’s come a long way since playing Eleven in Netflix’s smash hit, Stranger Things. Now, Millie Bobby Brown will be playing the lead in the streaming giant’s upcoming adaptation of Tess Sharpe’s novel, The Girls I’ve Been.

Jason Bateman of Ozark fame will produce the feature films along with his partner Michael Costigan, reports Deadline.

 

 

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The film will follow Nora, a con-artist who must use her powers of persuasion and impersonation to rescue her girlfriend and ex-boyfriend from a hostage situation at a bank.

Brown will also star in Enola Holmes which will be based on Sherlock Holmes’ sister.