Millie Bobby Brown to play a con artist in a Netflix thriller

Netflix is set to film Tess Sharp’s ‘The Girls I Were’, which won’t be released until early next year. Service stars are involved in the project. Millie Bobby Brown will star in the lead role, and Ozark showrunner Jason Bateman will be producing the new project.

The thriller “Girls I Were” tells the story of the fraudster Nora, who uses her talents of persuasion and imitation to save herself, her girlfriend, and her ex-boyfriend, who were held hostage during a bank robbery.