Pretty soon Stranger Things won’t be the only Netflix home for one of its young stars. Millie Bobby Brown is developing a Netflix movie called A Time Lost with her sister, and it sounds like everything fans could hope for. The movie is based on a story that Millie and her older sister Paige Brown came up with together. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the story follows "a long-standing feud between two Long Island families that comes to a head when one of their teenage daughters is diagnosed with cancer." Millie will star in the movie and both sisters will produce it. Per THR, the Brown sisters released a statement that says:
Screenwriter Anna Klassen will write the script for A Time Lost, and based on her Twitter, she’s pretty excited about it. She tweeted the announcement of the movie and wrote:
Obviously, Millie is no stranger to the Netflix family thanks to her role as Eleven on Stranger Things. The 15-year-old actor became a breakout star after Stranger Things’ premiere in 2016. The hit series just came out with a super popular third season, which further solidified Millie’s place as Netflix royalty. Netflix’s vp independent film and documentary features, Lisa Nishimura, said:
There’s no word yet on when A Time Lost will be released, but Millie has some other projects in the works before it. Next she’ll star in and produce Enola Holmes, a movie about the little sister of the famous fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. It’s set to premiere some time in 2020, so fans can look out for that project soon.
There are plenty of other types of projects probably in Millie’s future. In an interview with Refinery29, she said that there are a few genres she’d love to get to try out at some point. Millie said:
I doesn’t sound like there will be much comedy in A Time Lost, so hopefully Millie will have the opportunity to work her funny bone in another project soon. In the meantime, fans can look forward to her collaboration with her sister hitting Netflix at some point soon.
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