Millie Bobby Brown to earn $6 Million for Enola Holmes role
Millie Bobby Brown is reportedly set to rake in an astonishing $6 million for her upcoming role as Sherlock Holmes' younger sister Enola. The 15-year-old British actress will be starring alongside Henry Cavill and Helena Bonham Carter in the upcoming movie, which tells the tale of Sherlock's sibling Enola's bid to become a private detective herself.
And, according to TMZ.com, Millie will be paid $6.1 million to star in Enola Holmes, as well as a bonus of up to $800,000 depending on its box office success.
She will also be credited as a producer on the film, which will see her earn a further $500,000, while her contract has a line stating that she is allowed to travel by private jet.
If there's a sequel to the film, due for release in 2020, Millie can expect to get paid another $7.5 million, the website added.
Of course, the teenager is no stranger to giant pay packets. She is said to be earning a staggering $350,000 for each episode on the third series of her hit Netflix show Stranger Things.