Stranger Things' Millie Bobby Brown To Play Sherlock Holmes' Sister Enola Holmes

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Millie Bobby Brown really is going places with her career, and is now setting her sights on a film career in the wake of Stranger Things.

Thirteen years old and already a movie producer?

Brown will star as the younger sister of famed detective Sherlock Holmes in a new movie series based on the Enola Holmes books by author Nancy Springer.

Brown broke out as Eleven in the Netflix series "Stranger Things", which earned her an Emmy nomination.

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

Springer's series began with The Case of the Missing Marquess in 2006.

The films will be based around the six award-winning novels based on mysteries investigated by Sherlock and Mycroft Holmes' younger sister, Enola. Numerous 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. Still, we're very happy to see Brown take on a new leading role and we'll definitely be keeping our eyes out for this one.

Millie Bobby Brown's next big project isn't quite elementary, my dear.

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