She’s coming out of the Upside Down, and she’s ready to hit the big screen. 13-year-old actress Millie Bobby Brown has joined a new film series project based upon Nancy Springer’s Enola Holmes novels. Enola is the younger sister of Sherlock and Mycroft Holmes.
Not only will Brown star in the series, she’s also signed on to be a producer. This could be a long and successful franchise for Brown. There are a total of six stories in the book series, so if the first film finds success, it’s game on from there.
The Nerdist tells us a little more about the project:
“Springer published her first Enola Holmes book, The Case of the Missing Marquess, back in 2006. That story established a fourteen-year old Enola as a very good detective in the shadow of her two famous older brothers. When their mother went missing, Enola was at odds with both Sherlock and Mycroft before running away and solving mysteries on her own. Many of the classic characters from Arthur Conan Doyle‘s Sherlock Holmes stories also appear in the novels, and all three of the Holmes siblings play a role in the sixth and final book, The Case of the Gypsy Goodbye.”
Sounds like it could be great for Brown. She is clearly trying to set herself up for the future after Stranger Things. I know, it’s hard to imagine life after Stranger Things, but it will happen and we will cry.