Millie Bobby Brown Just Found Her Next Big Franchise

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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.

In the novels, Enola Holmes is the fourteen-year-old sister of the famous literary detective that shares her namesake, Sherlock Holmes. This is Brown's second major film role, the first being 'Godzilla: King of Monsters, ' which will come out in 2019. One thing's for sure: with Brown's star ascending rapidly, she'll be able to anchor her own film franchise without much trouble at all. While the premise itself seems a bit derivative and pandering, this Nancy Springer-written book series has been well-received by critics, and given that it's been picked up by Legendary, has some real potential to hit with audiences on the big screen. It's likely that Season 3 of the series will be what she shoots next. Not only have we had Benedict Cumberbatch's BBC TV series and Guy Ritchie's movies with Robert Downey Jr.in the past ten years, but there's also a comedy starring Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly - titled Holmes and Watson - coming this November. The most interesting piece of news here is that she will be working as a producer.

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Even so, the idea of Millie Bobby Brown solving crimes in 1880s England is definitely enough to get us excited.

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