It's more high school.
After her stunning performance in Netflix's Stranger Things, Millie Bobby Brown is set to star in a film series based on Nancy Springer's Enola Holmes Mysteries book, which explore the adventures of Sherlock Holmes' younger sister Enola.
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And don't worry, unlike supervillain Eurus Holmes - Sherlock's sister as played by Sian Brooke in the BBC's modern adaptation - Enola isn't out to hinder her brother's work. That is until mom suddenly disappears, and it's left to young Enola to solve the mystery.
Nonetheless, Springer created the character of Enola Holmes herself and she did not appear in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's original Sherlock novels.
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Alongside this exciting new project, Millie is also set to reprise her role as the iconic Eleven in Stranger Things. She's already finished shooting her role as the (human) lead in the upcoming Godzilla: King of Monsters, and, according to Deadline, will re-team with that film's studio, Legendary Films, on the Holmes series.
If you're sitting there, feeling bad that a 13-year-old is out there hustling harder than you are, just know that Mary-Kate and Ashley had a production company when they were six. Probably not producing a series of big budget movies.
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