Millie Bobby Brown is expanding her Netflix credentials with the addition of the feature film The Girls I’ve Been, an adaptation of an upcoming YA novel of the same name written by Tess Sharpe.
Brown’s company, PCMA Productions will also be producing it alongside Jason Bateman’s production company, Aggregate Films Banner.
The book is scheduled for a January 26, 2021 release, and there’s not even a cover yet, but we do have the overview of it:
Nora O’Malley is a lot of things. A sister. An ex. A secret girlfriend. Kind of crooked, but reformed… somewhat.
Nora O’Malley’s been a lot of girls. As the daughter of a con-artist who targets criminal men, she grew up her mother’s protege. But when mom fell for the mark instead of conning him, Nora pulled the ultimate con: escape.
For five years she’s been playing at normal. But she needs to dust off the skills she ditched because she has three problems:
#1: her ex walked in on her with her girlfriend. Even though they’ve all been inseparable for months, Wes didn’t know about her and Iris.
#2: The morning after, they all have to meet to deposit the fundraiser money they raised together. It’s a nightmare that goes from awkward to deadly.
Because #3: right after they get in the bank, two guys start robbing it.
But they have no idea who they’re really holding hostage.
The robbers are trouble. Nora’s something else entirely.
No word yet on who will co-star with Brown, but we’ll keep you posted.