Netflix to adapt ‘The Girls I’ve Been’ with Millie Bobby Brown

According to an official press release, Netflix is set to adapt Tess Sharpe’s novel The Girls I’ve Been into an original film.

The official logline states:

The Girls I’ve Been is a twisty, exhilarating thriller centering around a con artist, Nora, who must use her powers of persuasion and impersonation to get herself, her girlfriend, and ex-boyfriend free during a hostage situation at a bank. 

There are no further cast details except Brown’s involvement. She will be starring in and producing the film for PCMA Productions. Michael Costigan and Jason Bateman will also act as producers for Aggregate Films.

Millie Bobby Brown is currently in the midst of developing A Time Lost for Netflix. It is based on an original story she wrote with her sister Paige Brown. Her next project Enola Holmes, which she stars in and is producing with Paige Brown, will be released on Netflix later this year. 

Enola Holmes also stars Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin, and Helena Bonham Carter.

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