Netflix’s new fiction movie, Damsel, is taking fantasy to the next level, starring Millie Bobby Brown as well executive producing the film. She comprehends psychology, and we’ll watch her fighting with the dragon now. 28 Weeks Later and Intruders filmmaker Juan Carlos Fresnadillo also on the making of Damsel.
The 16-year-old Brown is not unfamiliar with fighting fictitious creatures. She made her name by the character of Eleven on the award-winning sci-fi horror series Stranger Things.
Damsel follows a young princess, Elodie tale, tied the knot to the Prince Henry of an opponent kingdom. But later, she learns that the kingdom will be sacrificed her and served in front of a hungry dragon during the harvest season.
Her sincerity boosted the spirit of a fierce fighter when she discovered herself fighting against a dragon who was ready to kill her.
Joe Roth and Jeff Kirschenbaum produced this movie, and Brown is the executive producer with Mazeau, Zack Roth, and Chris Castaldi.
Damsel will be Brown’s second Netflix film after recently produced and featured Enola Holmes, in which she solved mysteries.
Other than Damsel, Brown will appear in the forthcoming Godzilla vs. Kong film 2021. It is a continuation of the 2019 Warner Bros Godzilla: King of the Monsters. She will also feature as Eleven in Stranger Things Season 4.