I do know that in the books, Enola is the 14-year-old sister of gumshoe detective Sherlock Holmes, and by learning from him, she becomes a crafty missing persons crimestopper in her own right. Not sure even Eleven could pull that off.
Legendary Entertainment is the force behind the films, which the Emmy-nominated, 13-year-old star will produce through her PCMA Productions banner. Brown had previously landed a major role in Legendary's Godzilla: King of the Monsters, but this will be her first starring role in a major movie franchise.
Child star Millie Bobby Brown is known to have starred in television drama series such as NCIS, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland and Intruders.
The novels feature several characters that Sherlock fans will be familiar with, including Enola and Sherlock's brother Mycroft, and Sherlock's partner Dr Watson.
You can see why Legendary would decide to go ahead with such a project.
The British-born Brown made numerous television guest appearances both in England and the United States before landing the star-making role on Stranger Things.
Meanwhile, production for "Stranger Things" season 3 might likely begin in the spring. The sci-fi hit series failed to bag any of its nominations for the night, namely, the Best Drama TV Series and the Best Supporting Actor award for David Harbour who plays Police Chief Jim Hopper.