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


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

By comparison, Home Alone's Macaulay Culkin didn't venture into producing until 2013, with his self-explanatory short film Macaulay Culkin Eating a Slice of Pizza. As Deadline notes, the first and fifth entries in the series each received Edgar Award nominations. One thing's for sure: with Brown's star ascending rapidly, she'll be able to anchor her own film franchise without much trouble at all.

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Brown has already developed a working relationship with Legendary after starring in next year's Godzilla: King of the Monsters for director Michael Dougherty. The 14-year-old detective has appeared in six novels so far, starting with The Case of the Missing Marquess, which sees Enola running away to London following the disappearance of her mother and her brothers' plans to send her to boarding school.

Child star Millie Bobby Brown is known to have starred in television drama series such as NCIS, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland and Intruders. SAG also nominated Brown in the supporting actress category for her performance.

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Even so, the idea of Millie Bobby Brown solving crimes in 1880s England is definitely enough to get us excited.

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