Millie Bobby Brown To Star In & Produce Enola Holmes Mysteries Film Adaptation

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Sherlock and Mycroft, Enola's long-absent, much-older brothers, arrive and assure her that they will look into the disappearance; she will be sent away to boarding school. The first and fifth books in the series were nominated for Edgar Awards in 2007 and 2010, respectively. Along the way, she becomes enmeshed in another disappearance, the case of a young marquess, who seems to have been kidnapped, and in true Holmes fashion, Enola uses her powers of deduction to figure out his fate.

Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown is set to produce and star in a film series based on Nancy Springer's Enola Holmes Mysteries novels.

This will be Brown's second major film after Legendary and Warner Bros.'s Godzilla: King of Monsters which will release in 2019.

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Strangers Things standout Millie Bobby Brown has a new role on her agenda.

The project will be bankrolled by Alex Garcia and Ali Mendes under the banner of Legendary Entertainment.

If you're sitting there, feeling bad that a 13-year-old is out there hustling harder than you are, just know that Mary-Kate and Ashley had a production company when they were six. With Brown, one of the most promising and charismatic actors of her generation, at the helm, this could be a big series for Legendary and for Brown.

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