With only 16 years old, Millie Bobby Brown is one of the actresses of the moment. Among other works, stands out in the series Stranger Things, that can be seen on Netflix. And now come to this platform with his new film, Enola Holmes.
The company has just announced that it bought the global rights, except China, the film in which Brown plays the younger sister of the detective Sherlock Holmes, role will be played by Henry Cavill. Helena Bonham Carter, meanwhile, will be mrs. Holmes. Its premiere is planned for this year.
The film tells the story of the youngest of the Holmes, a girl gifted that, many times, exceeds their bright brothers Sherlock and Mycroft.
When her mother mysteriously disappears, Enola escapes to London to find her.
Bobby Brown is agenda-loaded. (AP).
On the road, trapped in the middle of a conspiracy that could alter the course of political history.
Based on the series of books by Nancy Springer graduates The mysteries Enola Holmes, the film will be directed by Harry Bradbeer, who won an Emmy for the second season of the series Fleabag. The screenplay was written by Jack Thorne.
The series The mysteries Enola Holmes started with The case of the marquis disappeared, in 2006, and consists of six books. The series was been nominated for two awards Edgar.
“Stranger Things,” the science-fiction series starring Millie Bobby Brown.
For his work in Enola Holmesand according to the site TMZ, Brown charged $ 6.1 million just for his performance, since they are also left with a bonus of $ 800,000, “if it works well at the box office”.
At the same time, as is also the producer of the filmthe actress will receive the other $ 500,000.
In addition, if you perform a second part of this production, the negotiations to have it again in the project would get started in the 7.5 million.
This year, Brown will also be in the film, in Godzilla vs. Kong, which will be launched in November.
The fourth season of Stranger Things, in turn, I was going to start to occur in February, but the pandemic coronavirus forced to putting it off.