Jason Bateman produces this feature film starring the actress from 'Stranger Things' and 'Enola Holmes'.
Millie Bobby Brown's work schedule continues to add productions. Apart from Stranger Things, whose fourth season has yet to be announced on Netflix, and apart from the premiere of Enola Holmes, which will hit the streaming platform this September 2020, the actress will also star on Netflix in the movie The Girls I 've Been, based on the youth novel by Tess Sharpe, still unpublished.
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The story of the novel The Girls I've Been, which will debut in bookstores in early 2021 at the hands of Penguin Random House, follows Nora, the daughter of a swindler in a very intense vital and emotional situation: between a girl and a boy and trying to save their lives in a dangerous robbery in which he will have to intercede. This is detailed in the synopsis, published on Comicbook.com:
"Nora O'Malley has been a lot of girls. As the daughter of a scammer who goes after criminals, she grew up protected by her mother. When she falls for deception again, instead of running away, Nora manages to escape. He has been acting normally for 5 years, but he will have to resume his old skills when he has to face three problems
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1: His ex introduces himself to his girlfriend. Although they have all been inseparable for months, Wes did not know anything about her and Iris.
2: The next morning, everyone has to get together to deposit the money they have collected in the bank. It is a nightmare that goes from uncomfortable to fatal.
3: Because right after entering the bank, two guys decide to rob him. But they have no idea who they've taken hostage. Thieves are a problem. But Nora is something else entirely. "
Jason Bateman is behind the production of The Girls I've Been, through the Aggregate Films company. The actor has just received a double nomination at the recent 2020 Emmy Awards for his starring role in the third season of Netflix's crime drama Ozark and for his role as a guest star on the HBO mystery series The Visitor.