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Millie Bobby Brown Books Lead In Graphic Novel Adaptation 'The Electric State'

Millie Bobby Brown Books Lead In Graphic Novel Adaptation 'The Electric State'

Millie Bobby Brown has lined up her third film role – The Electric State!

The 16-year-old actress is set to star in the upcoming graphic novel adaptation, which is being produced and directed by the Russo brothers, Joe and Anthony, according to Deadline.

Here’s a synopsis: “Set in an alternative future, it tells the story of a teenage girl (Brown) who realizes that a strange but sweet robot who comes to her has actually been sent by her missing brother. She and the robot set out to find the brother in an imaginative world of humans mixing with all manner of robots, uncovering a grand conspiracy in the process.”

“We’re thrilled to have this deal with Universal who has committed to a theatrical release of Electric State,” the Russo brothers said in a statement. “This is incredible news for us as filmmakers, and for audiences around the world who want an opportunity to experience films in theaters again. This is also a positive sign that, as vaccines become available, the theatrical market is returning.”

Millie also has two other films in the works at Netflix, that she’s both starring in and executive producing – Damsel and The Girls I’ve Been.

Millie Bobby Brown Calls For Respect After Fan Crosses Boundary at Store

Millie Bobby Brown Calls For Respect After Fan Crosses Boundary at Store

Millie Bobby Brown got emotional in an Instagram video about a fan encounter.

The 16-year-old Enola Holmes and Stranger Things star asked for people to be respectful and not push boundaries.

“Hi everyone. So, I just went shopping with my mum for Christmas, and a girl came up to me and asked if I was whoever, and I said, you know, ‘yes,’” Millie said in the now deleted video. “And she said, ‘Can I take a video of you?’ I said, ‘Um, no.’ But why would anyone wanting to be taking a video of me, you know? It’s not like of the both of us, of me. At the end of the day, I don’t need to justify it to anyone. If I don’t want to be taken a video of, I don’t have to be.”

“I was paying, and she walked past me, and began to video me again. And I said, ‘I’m a human being,’” Millie continued, before tearing up. “What more can I ask from you? I asked her, I asked her and she was like, “So I can’t take a video of a human being?’ And I said, ‘No, not when I said no!’ It just makes me upset when people try and push the boundary, and I just wish people were more respectful.”

“I’m still trying to navigate this all, and it’s still overwhelming. I will take a picture with you, but when you push the boundary, and you try and fight me on it, where are my rights to say no?” she went on. “I’m making this video to say you have to show more respect for others, no matter who they are, what they do. Show respect, human being to human being. It’s just manners.”

She then followed up with a note saying, “I am totally fine now. But was emotional in the moment because I felt uncomfortable and disrespected. Its important to set your boundaries and to speak up. I love you guys. Be kind to one and other!! xx”

If you missed it, find out about Millie‘s latest film project

Millie Bobby Brown Cast In Fantasy Flick 'Damsel' For Netflix, Will Also Produce

Millie Bobby Brown Cast In Fantasy Flick 'Damsel' For Netflix, Will Also Produce

Millie Bobby Brown is starring in and executive producing another Netflix movie, Damsel!

The 16-year-old Stranger Things actress will play “Princess Elodie, who thinks she is marrying Prince Henry, only to find out that she is being sacrificed to a dragon,” Deadline reports.

Juan Carlos Fresnadillo with direct the fantasy movie with a screenplay by Dan Mazeau.

Millie‘s new film announcement with Netflix comes just a couple weeks after the streaming service revealed the viewing numbers for her movie Enola Holmes. The detective pic brought in 76 million viewers in just the first four weeks. See what Millie said about the major feat!

The actress will also star in and executive produce another movie with Netflix. She will be adapting the book “The Girls I’ve Been” by Tess Sharpe. Find out more here!

Louis Partridge Reveals Why He & Millie Bobby Brown Didn't Kiss In 'Enola Holmes'

Louis Partridge Reveals Why He & Millie Bobby Brown Didn't Kiss In 'Enola Holmes'

It’s been almost two full weeks since Enola Holmes premiere on Netflix!

There is one thing that fans were waiting to happen, but it never did – a kiss between Louis Partridge‘s Tewkesbury and Millie Bobby Brown‘s Enola.

Well, there was actually a kiss written in the script, but Louis dished on why it never happened.

“There was meant to be a kiss scene. Well not a kiss scene but like a little kiss on the cheek or something at the gates when I’m in my, you know, top hat about to go in to vote,” he told Australian publication Girlfriend. “But we decided on the day to leave it sort of up in the air or leave it hanging, which I think was a really good call. Because it’s sort of, you know, it’s ambiguous, we don’t really know.”

“And it also I think it’s quite innocent,” he continued. “It’s not one thing, that relationship, there’s elements of romance, obviously, but then they also get on really, really well. And so I really liked it.”

“You know, they don’t have to define sort of where they are and they just get on well together as people so I hope the internet received it like that, and not just like, ‘oh my god, they’re in love.’”

Millie Bobby Brown Wants To Play Amy Winehouse In a Biopic

Millie Bobby Brown Wants To Play Amy Winehouse In a Biopic

Millie Bobby Brown is expressing interest in portraying the late Amy Winehouse!

The 16-year-old Enola Holmes actress was recently asked in an interview which historical figure she would want to play next.

“I wouldn’t say she’s historical but I would love to play her, Amy Winehouse,” Millie told Netflix Latinoamérica.

“I personally think she is like an icon to R&B and blues and basically the whole culture of music,” she added. “I just love her music and I really was impacted by her whole story – so I would always say that I would love to play her.”

If she could play a historical fictional character, Millie said that she would want to play Princess Leia from Star Wars, who was played by the late actress Carrie Fisher.

In case you missed it, Millie recently opened up about actually keeping her involvement in Enola Holmes secret for years.

Millie Bobby Brown Kept 'Enola Holmes' a Secret For Years!

Millie Bobby Brown Kept 'Enola Holmes' a Secret For Years!

Millie Bobby Brown is celebrating the release of her new movie Enola Holmes!

The 16-year-old actress stars in the title role of the Netflix original, which is a new perspective on the Sherlock Holmes story.

Millie
recently shared that she’s been keeping this movie a secret for a few years, after having read the books and wanting to play the role.

“I read the books with my sister about five years ago, and we kind of looked at each other and I was like, ‘I want to play this.’ But I was 11, 12 years old, and the character was 16, so I always knew it would be more of a future ambition for me,” Millie told Deadline. “One day, I said to my dad, ‘I really think we have to make this film.’ He said okay, and he went and found a studio.”

She also took to Instagram just ahead of the film’s release to talk about it.

“Enola Holmes, woah woah woah. I can’t believe i am even allowed to say her name because for the last 3 or 4 years I’ve kept all of this so quiet,” she shared. “Nancy Springer wrote a book series about a young girl finding herself in a chaotic world around her.”

“I wanted to bring this story to life because I felt like I was also finding myself in a chaotic world. this film helped me find myself and gave me inspiration to never be afraid to join conversations about my future. OUR future. because of my age or gender,” Millie continued. “Enola tells her story the way SHE wants to and that empowering narrative will forever hold a special place in my heart. and my hope is it will live in yours too. Love ALONE ;)”

If you missed it, watch Millie re-enact the first 15 seconds of the Enola Holmes trailer!

Millie Bobby Brown Recreates First 15 Seconds of 'Enola Holmes' Trailer on TikTok

Millie Bobby Brown Recreates First 15 Seconds of 'Enola Holmes' Trailer on TikTok

Millie Bobby Brown is promoting her new movie Enola Holmes on her TikTok page!

The 16-year-old actress recreated the first 15 seconds of the trailer in a new video.

“Now where to begin? My mother named me Enola, which backwards, spells alone. And yet, we were always together. And it was wonderful,” she says in the clip.

Millie even used karate-like kicks at the part of the video where it’s actually her and her mom (played by Helena Bonham Carter) hitting a ball back and forth. Check it out below!

If you haven’t already, be sure to check out the full trailer for the upcoming Netflix movie, which Millie not only stars in, but also serves as a producer.

Enola Holmes will premiere on Netflix later this month, on September 23rd!