"Stranger Things'" Millie Bobby Brown To Star, Produce YA Film Franchise

The movies will be based on Nancy Springer's Enola Holmes Mysteries novel series, books which have become wildly popular in recent years.

Brown will also produce the Enola Holmes franchise through her PCMA Productions, with Alex Garcia and Ali Mendes overseeing the project for Legendary.

Millie Bobby Brown at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards on January 7, 2018, where "Stranger Things" was nominated for Best Series (Drama). She is also expected to reprise her already-iconic role as Eleven in the third season of Stranger Things for Netflix, which is also expected for release in 2019.

Crucially, the skilled young sleuth does so while outwitting her elder brothers Sherlock and Mycroft, neither of whom understand her reasons for wanting to avoid corsets and boarding school.

The book series began with the 2006 title The Case of the Missing Marquess.

This deal with Legendary comes on the heels of her finishing up production in the aforementioned Godzilla sequel, and it would seem to imply that both parties had a positive experience. With Brown, one of the most promising and charismatic actors of her generation, at the helm, this could be a big series for Legendary and for Brown.

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