Millie Bobby Brown ("Stranger Things") and her sister Paige Brown have developed a story for a movie called "A Time Lost," which they will now jointly produce for Netflix.
With the role of the Eleven in the Netflix hit "Stranger Things", which already earned her two Emmy nominations, the young actress Millie Bobby Brown celebrated her big breakthrough. She recently appeared on the screen in the sci-fi action "Godzilla 2: King Of The Monsters" and is now also involved in the production business with PCMA Productions. As Netflix announced, Millie Bobby Brown is now bringing a film project titled "A Time Lost" to the streaming service, based on a story she developed with her sister Paige Brown. Also on board is her father Robert Brown as Executive Producer.
Screenwriter Anna Klassen is to write the story script, centering on a long-standing feud between two families on Long Island, which escalates when one of the teenage daughters diagnoses cancer. Classes are another collaboration with Netflix after she was commissioned to write the screenplay for the fantasy film "Dorothy & Alice," which features iconic literary characters from The Wizard of Oz and Alice in Wonderland "Meet each other.
MILLIE BOBBY BROWN AS A PRODUCER FOR NETFLIX
Performers for "A Time Lost" have not yet been announced, but fans may well hope that Millie Bobby Brown will also take on a role in the cancer drama itself. So far, however, the young producer is pleased with the possibility of being able to realize her film: "We are very grateful to Netflix for the trust in us and our wonderful story, which we have developed and written over several years," she said Brown sisters in a joint statement, "It's about friendship, family, and overcoming obstacles when it feels like the whole world is pushing you down."
Until there are more details about the project, we can look forward to more movies with Millie Bobby Brown, in which she is definitely involved as an actress. Currently, she is in the role of the title heroine for the thriller film version "Enola Holmes" as a sister of Sherlock Holmes (Henry Cavill) in front of the camera and in the cinemas in "Godzilla Vs. Kong ", which starts on March 12, 2020.